Paris’s 16th arrondissement is chic, comfortable and smart. But it offers much more than just poodles and perma-tans. There’s fine architecture, wonderful museums and affordable bistros too
Explore Dublin via the pick up/drop-off bike scheme - the perfect way to discover the Irish capital on a short trip
by Evan Bartlett
Most visitors will know Padstow for its famous resident chef Rick Stein and his myriad of eateries, but there is so much more to this charming Cornish harbour town than fruits de mare and fine wine.
Spending time in this beautiful, tranquil corner of France is guaranteed to soothe away 20th-century stress
Nestled in the beautiful countryside of Ambleside in the Lake District, it’s clear why Skelwith Fold has been voted one of the best caravan parks in Britain
Finding new European destinations can be hard but the Ardennes region of France is still relatively undiscovered and more than worthy of a visit
The dark pine forests, deep valleys and cascading waterfalls of southwest Germany’s Black Forest region are a joy to explore
To sample a real slice of Spanish life, head for the sunshine capital of the Balearics, Palma de Mallorca
Favignana spoils visitors with world class beaches, fantastic food and guaranteed sunshine - and all without hordes of tourists. Are you tempted to visit? Then read on...
by Allie Reynolds
A typical Dutch city, Delft is full of historical charm, pretty canals, medieval churches and lively café culture - and as an ex-resident, I know just the right places to go when you're there