By Robin.McKelvie

Zagreb - A New City Break for 2011?

Fifteen years ago, the Croatian capital was in the middle of a war. Now Zagreb is booming and tourists are starting to rediscover its elegant boulevards, ornate architecture and cafe society

Cruising Croatia

With remarkable scenery, an idyllic climate and superb seafood, the coastline of Croatia well deserves its reputation as Europe’s new sailing playground

The New Face of Amsterdam

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

Albania - Hot Tip for 2011?

Venture out to Albania and you'll find a country only just opening up to tourism and alive with Roman and Greek history

Scotland's Epic World Class Walk

The Southern Upland Way is a remarkable cross-country route that stretches all the way across Scotland, from the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea

Aruba - The Ultimate Caribbean Island?

The tourist office likes to promote Aruba as 'one happy island' - and the reality matches up to the hype, with seriously smiley people as well as idyllic Caribbean beaches

Scotland - Home of Europe's Best Spas

If you're a confirmed spa fanatic, take advantage of the de-stressing opportunities on offer in Scotland, which now boasts an array of world-class spa hotels

Where to Stay in London in 2011

When you've spent much of your travel-writing life staying at London's rich bounty of hotels, you get pretty clued up on the best places to overnight in the capital

Krakow - The Ultimate City Break.

With a beautiful old centre and more than enough sights to fill a weekend, the Polish city of Krakow makes a charming short-break destination. Better yet, it's great value too