by Allie Reynolds
One of the most popular cities in the world, Venice is more than a collection of famous sights to tick off - it's the perfect place to sit at a cafe, sipping a coffee and watching the world go by
A fortnight would be great – but what if you have just seven days to explore Australia's largest city? For advice on where to stay and eat, what to do and how to get around Sydney, read on
by Sophie Gledhill
Even if you've been to Cornwall before, there's always more to discover. Picturesque, historic, dramatic and bohemian, the pretty village of Polperro deserves a place on anyone's must-visit list
Helsinki's cool bars and restaurants are waiting to be discovered. Finnish style prevails, but it doesn't have to be exclusive or expensive.
by Sarah Jane
If you like the idea of being able to access Cape Town’s sights, bars and restaurants, but don’t want to stay in a city, then Camps Bay, just 10 minutes from the centre, makes a relaxing alternative
Bath is ideal for a weekend break, with great food, relaxing spas and interesting historical sights. It's also the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside and nearby charming villages
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...
As well as its famous cultural sights, Barcelona has lots to offer anyone with an interest in good food and wine. Try this gastro-themed ramble through some of the city's back streets for starters...
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
After a bit of sun, sea and winelands? Better get down to the Western Cape region of South Africa