A village, which over centuries lived off agriculture and wool, Santo Stefano di Sessanio has just 108 inhabitants.
France's once flourishing tourism industry is still in limbo as security concerns have discouraged millions of visitors from travelling there.
The new attraction includes a 1:25 scale model of Hitler's living and working quarters where the Nazi dictator took his life on April 30, 1945.
England risks losing one of its museums and that's very sad, writes David Barnett.
Home to a famous jazz festival, Montreux has another claim to musical fame: It was where Freddie Mercury came to find peace.
A row over the future of Rome's metro is threatening to delay urgent work to stabilise the Colosseum.
A Christmas decoration of epic proportions is set to dazzle for miles around in Gubbio, Italy.
If you've ever wondered where Pope Francis sleeps, you would probably have imagined something quite decadent. You're wrong...
The Skellig Ring is described in Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2017 as 'perhaps Ireland's most charismatically wild and ...
Hewn from marshland by Peter the Great in 1703, Saint Petersburg's stunning architecture and rich culture bedazzles Caroline Hurry.
Paris officials are encouraging waiters and other hospitality workers to brush up on their English to make the city more attractive to visitors.
The scene is reminiscent of surfing spots in Sardinia or the south of France, but the weather is considerably cooler here in Klitmøller.
[PICS+VIDEO] Two siblings win a competition and stay at Bran fortress, the model for “Dracula's castle” of Bram Stoker's novel.
The 1.7-mile flight between Westray and Papa Westray in the Orkney Islands holds the Guinness World Record as the shortest scheduled service.
Berlin is a city where past and present are on a constant collision course. The same can be said about its new breed of cocktail bars.
How far would you go to save an animal in distress?