Shakespeare's accuracy in setting Hamlet in a Danish castle he never visited is intriguing, writes Rodney Bolt.
Guidebooks are full of lists of "places to see", but what if you wanted to give your other senses a turn?
Inspired by Nordic crime novels, chefs - and more flight options - Australians are flocking to Europe's deep north, writes Ute Junker.
Biggest, highest, most blindingly expensive. Belinda Jackson rounds up the ultimate travel experiences, from super-luxe to just plain boastful.
We travel to relax, or for thrills, or to be educated – but what if we just need some good cheer?
Scandinavia's dramatic landscapes come close to perfection, writes Alison Stewart.
Scandinavians love and respect their royals Alison Stewart discovers, on a tour fit for a queen.
Venice is so beautiful and wonderful it hardly seems to belong to this world.