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.
Every 10 years, the residents of Oberammergau put on a spectacular passion play that draws thousands of tourists.
A masterpiece of architecture, the Hagia Sophia was first built as a church in the sixth century in the Christian Byzantine Empire.
Every year, the Serpentine Gallery commissions an artist/architect to design its temporary pavilion.
The Maremma - where clean blue seas and umbrella pines meet truly Italian towns and countryside.
Elite pay up to R20 000 to stay in luxury coloured tents... while the rest slum it in mud.
As art changes, the Tate Modern too certainly must, but only time will tell if the new more-is-more approach hits the mark.
As Cyprus emerges from a deep financial crisis, a new low-cost airline will launch next month.
It's almost impossible not to get childishly giddy about what awaits you at Cosy Under Canvas in Wales.
Thousands of people watched the sun rise at Stonehenge after gathering at the ancient monument site to mark summer solstice.
Mark C O'Flaherty arrives in Martina Franca to eat whatever Puglia has to throw at him.