Lovingly compiled by our editors, this list combines childhood bucket-and-spade holiday destinations with the latest up-and-coming coastal hotspots.
Whether you’re dreaming of fish and chips on the quayside or long stretches of golden sand, you’ll find summer holiday inspiration aplenty.
Elephants are among the most intelligent creatures on the planet, and awareness of their poor treatment finally starting to grow.
In this piece, Gavin Thomas looks at the realities of elephant tourism and how to find more ethical alternatives.
The Patagonian craft beer scene has been a long time coming, says Steph Dyson, winner of our 2015 writing competition. Get a taste of what’s on offer with this epic round-up of the region’s best brewery tours, gastropubs and more.
This December, we asked our readers to vote for the most beautiful places in Italy – and we weren’t disappointed.
Florence’s glorious architecture, the scenic shores of Lake Garda and Capri’s staggering views were just a few of your highlights.
Think you need to be outgoing to travel alone? Think again. If you’re nervous about going solo, this feature by Editor Becca Hallett extolls the virtues of travelling your own way to get the most out of your trip.
Visiting the “roof of the world” might be an unforgettable travel experience, but it’s one that comes with obstacles and moral dilemmas. Stuart Butler looks into the politics and the practicalities in this short Q&A.
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On a trip to Japan, Neil McQuillian discovers that the island of Sado has a strange, irresistible power. Follow him to this wild, weather-beaten isle for “demon drummers”, sake and splendid isolation.
Iceland’s popularity has soared this year. If you’re planning a trip, Mike MacEacheran covers all the etiquette you’ll need to impress the locals.