An ad shows a German family vacationing on Denmark's North Sea coast accompanied by the caption 'In Denmark, the world is still in order'.
While the Olympics would lead to a 'small' impact on tourism at first, they would contribute to more tourists visiting the country in the future.
The Mauritian resort will close in February 2017 for an extensive renovation, and will re-emerge in late 2017.
A lucky Australian man has won his own remote Pacific island resort in a raffle, after shelling out just R700 for the winning ticket.
Russian tour operators are ready to organise individual travel tours for fans of the hit mobile game Pokemon Go.
Becca Milfeld tries to catch a glimpse of perhaps the world's first consummate New Yorker: the real Alexander Hamilton.
Claire Wills lists 10 of the best boat hotels in Europe.
Everyone visits Havana, but Santiago de Cuba is like a gentler version of the Cuban capital, writes Simon Calder.
Roger Houghton visits Namibia and is mesmerised by its vast wilds, unique landscapes and abundant wildlife.
Dubai Parks and Resorts will be home to the Middle East's first LEGOLAND Park. [VIDEO].
Flying to Brazil for the Olympics? Simon Calder explains the best way to fly in and around the country.
Bianca Coleman goes in search of the perfect cuppa and ends up at the 'best cafe in the world'.
In a bid to stimulate the declining tourism revenue, Egypt has opened its first exhibition of replicas of artifacts at the Egyptian Museum.
Doug and Sally Beitz moved to the remote Micronesian island of Kosrae in the 1990s, and now plan to raffle it off.
The traditional drink is back in favour, with Ireland to the fore, writes Sylvie Bigar.