Home to artists and intellectuals in the 1930s and the University of London today, Bloomsbury's Georgian garden squares, museums and galleries are well known, but there are hidden spots to discover
Discover the places where some of cinema's best-loved films (and some lesser ones) were made.
by Kevin Hughes
Camden Markets have grown to become a major London tourist attraction. Goths, Punks and alternative fashions add colour, energy and a buzz that draws in tourists and Londoners by the millions
Windsor in Berkshire is famous for its castle - but few know of its hidden tunnels, crooked house and odd postbox. Discover the town's quirky and amusing sites with this alternative tourist guide
It's time to look beyond the old cliches of canals and cafes - Amsterdam has changed dramatically in the last decade, and an exciting new city is emerging
Design might not be the first thing you associate with Benidorm, but the mega resort on the Costa Blanca is a microcosm of 1960s and 70s architecture. The contemporary buildings are pretty groovy, too
Boulder, Colorado enjoys year-round sunshine, clear mountain air, a welcoming and positive vibe, entertainment and culture, outdoor activities and adventure. What more could you ask for?
The best places to shop in New York's coolest neighbourhoods
There are few more quintessentially English towns than Surrey’s Godalming that are also within easy striking distance of London, and so perfect for a day trip or weekend break
Enjoying art openings, concerts, film screenings, and theatre in Istanbul