Oslo, Norway's tiny capital, has been dubbed the green capital of Europe. It often feels more like a giant outdoor park – beautiful and enchanting.
Step into the world of the Great Gatsby and enjoy a classy American dining experience in London inspired by the great American presidents.
Toulouse has a laid-back vibe which the Cour des Consuls hotel plays up perfectly with it's spa and Michelin dining.
SAGA’s Spirit of Discovery kicks off in splendid style and gives FiftySomething cruisers an option worthy of really serious consideration.
You eat well in the Tyrolean mountains around Ischgl as top Michelin-starred chefs have created dishes for the mountain hut menus.
Stroll through Krakow’s bustling neighbourhoods and soak up the plethora of art, history and culture in this beautiful Polish city.
Abruzzo ski resort in Italy is just a couple of hours from Rome has the tallest peaks in the Apennines, and plenty to offer skiers.
A walled pedestrian city, Khiva with its quaint labyrinth of streets and sparkling tiles looks like it was built specifically for tourists. Yet this "museum" city has so much to offer.
Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent has 2,000 years of history that has seen Indian spice merchants and Chinese silk-sellers pass through Tashkent’s famous bazaars. And now you can too.
What are the attractions which make Uzbekistan a must-visit destination? The author of the Bradt Guide to Uzbekistan shares her highlights.