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Two of Holland's most famous hookers give Gavin Haines the ultimate introduction to Amsterdam's red-light district.

From steamy scenes on London buses to the reason airplane food tastes so bad, we round up this week’s strangest travel tales in one unbelievable quiz.

From secret Portuguese islands to belated Hogmanay parties, liven up your January with a timely trip to one of these destinations.

Forget Auld Lang Syne and elbow room only, our alternative New Year’s Eve guide will take you from punch-ups in Peru to the bottom of a Siberian lake.

410 years on from the Gunpowder Plot, David Hillier heads to Lewes in East Sussex to watch the Prime Minister go up in flames among the chaos of Bonfire Night.

From beautiful women with testicles to lessons in how not to chat up air hostesses, we compile this week's strangest travel news in a spunky quiz format.

Crime capers, classic travel tomes and… books about chopping wood. Our man from Stanfords, Dan Lewis, rounds up the best reads for November.

It’s 40 years today since Western Sahara was annexed by Morocco, but life goes on in this disputed and forgotten land. Campaigner, Beccy Allen, recalls her first visit to the territory.

From a hairy new photo trend to titillating tourist attractions, test you knowledge of this week's weirdest travel news in our interactive quiz.

Every 5 November, residents of a small town in Devon risk serious injury by carrying flaming tar barrels through the town’s streets. We send Emilee Tombs to find out why.