Loading...
MAPS

Destinations in Europe

Europe Travel Guides

Airports

Country guides

The small landlocked country of Hungary in eastern Central Europe is very much the ‘odd one out’ in the region. Surrounded by Slavs on all sides, ...
A flavourful melting pot of sparkling night spots, fresh seafood, sizzling Mediterranean passion and mythical legend, Greece is a fascinating and ench...
Despite incessant praise, travelling in Italy remains one of those rare experiences in life – like a perfect spring day or the power of first love ...
While other Eastern Bloc members have seen their cities populated with boutique hotels, international restaurants and quaint attractions, Romania stil...
With a gorgeous coastline and over 1,100 islands, Croatia is one of Europe's top seaside destinations. But it's much, much more than just sea and suns...
Ireland is one of the globe’s most singular travel destinations, a feisty, twinkling country far more famous for the sum of its parts than for any s...
Turkey is a land of vast open spaces, massive mountain ranges, fertile valleys and rugged coastline, fast-growing cities and sleepy villages, bustling...
Long considered primarily a haven for sunseekers and golfers, Portugal is also one of Europe’s unspoilt gems when you take the chance to dig a littl...

City guides

Venice is one of those must-see destinations of our era; a unique city of 116 islands, ancient history and endless waterways.
It’s easy to see why people still swoon over Oxford, a city that comfortably bears the weight of eight centuries’ worth of academic history. Oxfor...
Underrated Antwerp might not be one of Europe’s top destinations, but Belgium’s bustling second city is rich in rewards for travellers. A centre f...
Situated at the crossroads of Europe, two hours from the ski resorts of the Alps and the Mediterranean, Lyon's history, architecture, and cultural and...
Most visitors are overwhelmed by the artistic opulence of Florence and spend their visit dashing from one masterpiece to the next, dazzled by an exces...
Pristina is the world's newest capital, a surprisingly cosmopolitan city with a youthful vibrancy amid landmarks recalling the rich ebb and flow of Ba...
Boomtown Stavanger is one of Norway’s most diverting cities, its cobweb of narrow streets rolling over a series of rocky promontories.
Cannes might be synonymous with the International Film Festival, but beneath this celebrity veneer is a city rich in rewards for travellers.

Ski resorts

Lech is located in the Arlberg region of the Alps in northwest Austria's Vorarlberg province, close to the Swiss border.
The Austrian resort of St Anton am Arlberg is in western Tyrol, at the eastern end of the Arlberg Tunnel, not too far from the border with
Sestriere is made up of four villages: Sestriere Colle, Sestriere Borgata, Champlas du Col and Champlas Janvier. The resort is located in the Susa ...
Pamporovo lies in the centre of the Rhodope mountain chain in southwestern Bulgaria, 260km (162 miles) from the capital
St Wolfgang lies on the northern shore of Lake Wolfgangsee in the Austrian Alps. The resort is close to
Verbier is situated on the eastern side of the Val de Bagnes, within the Valais canton. This French-speaking part of Switz...
Alpbach is located in the Alpbachtal region of the Austrian Tyrol, within the Kitzbüheler Alpen (Kitzbühel Alps) mountain range. The village is l...
Les Gets is located in the Chablais Alps region of the French province of Haute Savoie, in the western Alps. The ski resort is part of the Portes d...
Newsletter