As the mobile elite hit Barcelona for the annual Mobile World Congress, it means bonanza for hotels.
The Baur au Lac hotel, which boasts of being 'the ultimate in comfort and privacy', has been the target of uncomfortable publicity of late.
Jim Freeman has a glimpse of the misery and history of an 18th-century Irish prison.
It's the end of the road for walkers on the Italian coast that captivated Byron.
Italy is a feast for lovers of food, culture, fashion and sightseeing.
The French resort of Flaine is a place of particularly dramatic peaks and troughs, figuratively speaking, writes Stephen Wood.
London's National Gallery wants Yodas to return to a galaxy far, far away...
Snakes, shamrocks and three other things you didn't know about Saint Patrick.
Accessed by steep, winding roads, the Cinque Terre, with their brightly coloured houses, used to be a remote backwater.
A museum showcasing the life and works of Charlie Chaplin will finally open at his former Swiss home.
Two Californians, 1 500 miles, one rented VW: A long and winding road trip through central France.
France's busy little ski resort of Noeux-les-Mines is also its most unusual with no mountains and no snow.
There are a quarter-million permanent residents here, but Madeira is still in the process of being discovered.
For lovers, shoppers and gourmands who dare to go, Paris will always be Paris.
There's a sense of misplaced northern Europe about Portugal's second-largest city, writes David Whitley.