If you don't want to miss the gorgeously ramshackled 16th century buildings that sit alongside posh architecture or the iconic American classic cars, get to Havana now. Within 10 years the crowds will have swelled, the streets will be filled with guided groups and the joy of discovery will be elusive.
With around 300 days of glorious sunshine, a spectacular blend of traditional and avant-garde architecture, plus fabulous local cuisine, Valencia is fast becoming the capital of the weekend break.
Tbilisi is abundant with monuments, lush verdant hills, a curvy river with sheer cliffs overlooking it and attractive homes defined by their ornately carved wooden balconies. The city makes for a wonderful short break and here’s how to make the best of it.
The capital of Portugal, Lisbon, has experienced a renaissance in recent years. Ryan Levitt suggests his 'must-sees' in this 'must-visit' city.
Most travellers heading to Norway fly into Oslo Airport and head straight off to cruise the fjords. Moon Norway guidebook author David Nikel suggests you slow down and spend at least a day exploring the Norwegian capital first.
Pittsburgh is a wonderfully walkable city with quirky museums, friendly locals, a buzzing bar scene and delicious old-school American cuisine.
Go beyond news headlines and you’ll find Sierra Leone is a nation of staggering natural beauty, intriguing history and heartfelt vibrancy says Ian Packham.
Visit Amsterdam's gabled buildings, elegant museums and canals, atmospheric neighbourhoods, delicious markets and the notorious Red Light District.
I defy anyone to be bored in Tel Aviv. The high octane vibe is almost tangible and urges you to walk its streets and explore.
The birthplace of Christopher Columbus is a fascinating mix of urban life and medieval history. Get your walking shoes and check out Genoa.