Preservation or development? How do you strike the balance in a place like Luxor.
Sydney writer and author Alison Stewart loves all travel but is particularly attracted to wild places.
Escapees from pricey Copenhagen and new waves of immigration have turned Malmo into a multicultural metropolis.
Norway, land of 1000 waterfalls and possibly the world's most successful society, has a secret. It's called friluftsliv.
The tiny island has been a refuge for criminals, a holiday island for royalty and a smugglers' lair.
The exceptionally clear quality of the light in the coastal resort town of Kragero has turned it into an artist's mecca.
In Egypt, where horses and donkeys are still an important part of local life, there is concern about the treatment of some of the animals.
It is the enduring watery equivalent of the tree of life, representing the story of our world.
Spring in Tuscany. It's an enduring fantasy, mythologised in literature and film
The superhuman Norwegians like to call it easy, but for the rest of us ...
Peace and fragrant loveliness inhabit the green hills of Austria's Wachau Valley on the Danube.
At 10.39pm on October 9, 1963, as people slept or prepared for bed, there was a roar and then silence.
Egypt's archaeological heritage has been carted off to foreign shores for centuries. What remains is extraordinary, but will it last?
Nothing can prepare you for the reality of Tutankhamun's exquisite golden mask.
It's a daybreak flight over Egypt's Valley of the Kings.
The advent of the e-bike has opened a whole new way of travel to those who thought their cycling days were over.