Editorial Features

10 years after the Danish government began ‘normalising’ Christiania, Alex Fahey heads to Copenhagen to see what has become of the free town.

With Egypt unveiling plans to construct a brand new capital east of Cairo, we talk to city planners and architects to devise a checklist for building the perfect city.

We post replies for 10 of the most ridiculous travel-themed questions recently posed on Yahoo Answers, a longstanding online fountain of stupidity.

As Costa Rica breaks records for renewable energy, we round up 20 of the world’s greenest destinations – from self-sufficient villages in Italy to pioneering national parks in Rwanda.

From lobbing wine at strangers in Spain to diving with South Africa’s most fearsome predators, we round up our top picks for a June getaway.

Chris Allsop makes his way to snow-blanketed northern Norway to see how the Sami people are using tourism to maintain their ancient way of life.

We sent Lillian Marx to San Francisco, smartphone in hand, to see how technology is transforming the city and the tourism industry.

The travel industry went into full leg-pulling mode this April Fools’ Day, but can you pick out the pranks from the real stories?

Ahead of the inaugural 2015 European Games in Azerbaijan, Jack Palfrey goes in search of an authentic slice of Baku in a city that fiercely divides opinion.

Your genitals might go numb and you may have to skip a fence or two, but wild adventures abound in London. Gavin Haines finds out more on the River Lea.

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