It's a country known for beer and chocolate and this opulent ship is the way to see it.
What does it take to become this European nation's foodie capital? Lots of charm and a tonne of gourmet offerings.
Is there anything new to learn about World War I? Touring the battlefields of Flanders, Ute Junker finds the answer is yes.
Belgium's Michelin-starred chocolatier is so rock, he once invented a machine for the Rolling Stones so they could snort chocolate powder.
There are two anniversaries which count in 2015: the centenary of Gallipoli and the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Roaring down an Oman desert dune in a 4WD and strolling an historic Magna Carta trail in England are among our travel writers' top holiday destinations for 2015.
The spa is the star in this former monastery, which teeters on an Amalfi Coast clifftop.
Europe's lesser-visited cities are just as eye-catching, fascinating and fun as their more well-trodden counterparts, writes David Whitley.