by Andrew Stone
The days of mass market lager and average wine are fading as Copenhagen cultivates a more refined palate. Whether your poison is fine wine, real ale or toothsome cocktails you'll find them all here
With miles of golden sand, great food, big city sights and a theme park to rival the best America has to offer why travel any further?
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?
London's Islington has a huge range of places to eat and drink to suit all tastes and budgets. Here are a few of my favourites, whether it's for a celebratory dinner, cocktails or just coffee and cake
by Catherine Ball
Artisans, markets and plenty of history make Oaxaca an ideal destination for tourists who want to see a different side to Mexico
Experience food shopping at its most Venetian while putting together a picnic. Read my guide and find out where to buy the finest cakes in Venice, excellent cheese and some perfectly quaffable wine
It was difficult to climb Pyla's scorching sands, but when I arrived at the top, I had a strange feeling of peace and a 360 degree-view of blues and greens to rest my eyes on
by Kevin Hughes
The Niagara Falls, on the Canadian and American border, are surely one of nature's wonders. However, with a lovely old town and great wineries in abundance there's more to see than huge waterfalls
Bruges is a very interesting historical city with UNESCO status. Dine in the local bars and drink a variety of Belgian beers
Oxford is known for its great colleges with their beautiful quads and "dreaming spires", unique museums and water meadow rambles. Combine these with the annual literary festival for a memorable visit