Edmund Vallance travels to the craggy, sun-cracked region of Andalusia, to follow in one of Spain's most celebrated poet's footsteps.
Why does Berlin have a museum devoted, in essence, to one speech, however historic? Debra Bruno finds out.
Molenbeek in Brussels has become an unlikely tourist draw - and not just for those with ghoulish tastes.
UK's Jurassic Coast beaches face closure if visitors fail to use their 'common sense'.
Tourist services in the Belgian city of Bruges - one of the country's visitor hotspots - have seen a decline in numbers.
Linda Taylor's not looking for a wi-fi free zone or some far-flung corner of the globe without network coverage.
Spain has been hit so hard by the Pokemon Go craze that travel agencies are seeking to cash in on the global phenomenon.
The heart of waterfront towns and cities - at least if they are of a certain age, like all the towns and villages on Lake Como are - is on the water.
Polish 'gold train' hype pumps up tourism in the small city of Walbryzch.
Is stripping down and getting sweaty with strangers your kind of thing? In Finland it is...
Dale Barrow gets a taste of Switzerland that he will never forget - and, no, he's not referring to their world-renowned chocolates.
The Farnes are a group of islands off the northeast coast of Northumberland, England. Siobhan Starrs visits
Ireland's Ancient East captivates with 5 000 years of history.
The battle for a prime spot has become so fierce that coast guards are cracking down on tourists who are adopting increasingly extreme tactics.
Anne Calcagno is grateful that once the snow melts, St. Moritz becomes reasonably affordable.
Restoration work on Athens' Acropolis is set to shift to the west side of the Parthenon under a 40-year-long effort to restore the ancient monument.