By John.Law

Testing for vertigo in Sydney

From climbing the bridge to following ghosts to sipping Shiraz, Sydney has endless ways to keep its visitors entertained

Playing detective in Torquay

Do a little investigating around Torquay and along the English Riviera and you’ll discover the South Devon delights that so inspired the world’s greatest crime novelist

Dubrovnik: man the ramparts!

It's hard to believe that less than 20 years ago, much of Dubrovnik's Old Town was in ruins. These days, after massive restoration, it's the perfect place for a lazy city break

The lure of Le Marche

Finding Tuscany a little pricey these days? Then head a little further east to the historic cities, attractive countryside and beaches of Le Marche, where your holiday euro stretches further

Make your escape to Lake Como

On Como, one of Italy's loveliest lakes, Verdi wrote La Traviata, while Rossini and Liszt sought inspiration gazing across the peaceful waters to the mountains soaring up from the shore

Amore on Italy's Amalfi Coast

If love is in the air, you certainly won’t find many places more romantic than the dramatic and beautiful Amalfi Coast of Italy