This part of the world is nothing if not idiosyncratic, writes Nicola Trup.
Whatever the reason, it seems that Kidlington has become a must-see for Chinese and Japanese tourists.
The festival, which draws spectators from around the world, features daily morning bull runs through the city's streets.
Gemma Ritchie finds herself enthralled walking in the footsteps of a great English poet.
Aix-en-Provence is 17 miles north of Marseille, where the southwest extremes of the Alpine foothills subside towards the Rhône delta.
Laggan may not for everyone, naturally. But its drawbacks may just be the things that make you want to visit.
Nearly a week after the deadly airport bombings, it is eerily quiet in Istanbul.
In France, a long walk into the depths of Brittany's old soul leaves Jeanine Barone breathless.
This relatively new flagship Brighton YHA venture is riding a new wave of hostelling.
The Colosseum is the latest in a string of famous Italian monuments to have been renovated with funds from private donors.
Children can have good days and bad days, but it seemed that every day we had in Florence was a good day, writes Imogen Edwards-Jones.
This gym is open all year round in the city where it's not unusual for temperatures to drop to minus 15 Celsius.
From an urban resort to villas with private pools, here's a list of places for millennials to stay at in Greece.
The region boasts history, good hotels and restaurants and interesting museums, writes Simon Calder.
There's one thing that travel experts agree on: Travel to Britain just got cheaper with #Brexit.