Amsterdam may lack the drama of other world cities - you won't find the spiky skylines and frenetic pace here - but what you will find, underneath its photogenic, old-world charm is a thoroughly progressive city. It hasn't sacrificed liveability in pursuit of modernity, as the presence of the...
February may be the shortest month in the year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be chock full of travelling. We’ve selected the prime destinations for you, from the Caribbean coast to the Arctic north.
Reminiscent of the majestic British Malaysian colonial era, the Danna is the only five-star luxury resort on Langkawi Island to embrace old world splendour. If majestic spaces with colonial charm appeal to you, then look no further than the Danna Langkawi, says Jasleen Kandhari.
Jerusalem’s got the monuments, whilst Tel Aviv has the nightlife – that’s what the brochures say. But it’s definitely not the whole story. Whether you want culture, shopping or nightlife, both cities have plenty to offer. Ruth Styles uncovers the secret spots that will clear your preconceptions...
Whether you want to zoom down snow, soar above it or sleep beneath it, skid across ice or scurry up it, we've gathered the top 5 alpine adventures for winter enthusiasts.
Make a New Year’s resolution to enjoy yourself and explore the world. With the siren call of the Seychelles beaches, the secret art world of Casablanca and the classically romantic Trans-Siberian railway, it will be an easy one to keep.
A thicket of skyscrapers hemmed in by towering peaks and lit up with more neon than Las Vegas, Hong Kong is not a city that does things by halves. Determinedly modern, the city still hasn’t lost sight of its roots, with junks chugging along Victoria Harbour and traditional temples peeping out...
If you're in need of some late season sunshine and relaxation, Izmir makes a great place to unwind, says Jane Duru.
Set in the heart of Quito’s Old Town, Casa Gangotena has quickly established itself as one of South America’s finest boutique hotels. Gavin Haines certainly found it a calming influence.
Want to keep your finger on the pulse ahead of the new ski season? Heather Hamacek rounds up the latest developments for 2013/14, from a new ski area in North America and a record-breaking lift in the Alps to the trend for custom-fit and flexible gear.