Gerhard Czerner and his photographer friend Martin Bissig set out on a cycle tour of Lapland and discover Finland's remote region has much to offer the adventure traveller.
David Latt looks at how this innovative country uses dikes and dunes in Noordwijk and Almere to hold back the North Sea and keep tourists safe during their stay.
Amy Laughinghouse visits the Greek islands of Tinos and Mykonos and finds each is very different and each offers visitors their own unique brand of fun and hospitality.
Julia Sun visits the charming town on Sintra and finds its candy-coloured palaces and castles make it one of the most charming places in the world.
Charles O. Cecil joins pilgrims and ordinary travellers on a journey along the famed The Camino de Santiago where the wonders of rural Spain are revealed.
Samia Qaiyum introduces us to the incredible city of Izmir, the gateway to historic Ephesus, and a place that has much to offer on its own, which is why its called the Pearl of the Aegean.
Amy Laughinghouse checks into a posh Swiss hotel and then takes a plunge into the property’s ice bath where she quickly warms up to its healing effects on her body.
Greek writer Dina Maniatis points out 10 things that makes the ancient country one of the best in the world to visit and become part of the local culture and customs.
Marc Atchison discovers Wales’ capital city Cardiff has more castles than London and Edinburgh combined but gets less respect than their UK capital cousins.
Carmen Chai tours Portugal's playful capital and comes away with a new-found respect for a city whose handsome tiled buildings and quaint neighbourhoods make it one of Europe's most beautiful places.