A marvel of 17th-century construction now provides a delightful watery path for cyclists to follow.
Elspeth allows a chronic compulsion to travel to rule her life. The road keeps her mind open to other ways of living and fresh ways of seeing and makes her take risks. To quote her hero, writer and activist Gloria Steinem, “more reliably than anything else on earth, the road will force you to live in the present”. Writing about travel feels as instinctive as that innate desire to be on the move.
Roger Federer does his country proud by never being a mouthy show-off despite having just about every right to be.
A tour that offers plenty of independent time keeps travellers engaged and observant.
Travelling in Italy is like learning English: there are rules but many exceptions.
If you're not fussed where you sit, can travel light and carry some extra snacks then this low-cost carrier now provides a very competitively priced option.
It's the world's largest island (that isn't also a continent) and the least-populated country on Earth.
I shake the stump of a local man who has lost his forearm, and enter a courtyard packed with American armaments.
With attentive staff, generous meals, an impressive spa and comfy, affordable rooms.
Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam's most populous and one of south-east Asia's fastest-growing cities.
The problem with zipping from country to country, city to city, by plane is that you miss a whole lot in between.
From great food, beaches and world heritage to fine tailoring, ceramics and a peaceful vibe.
Handling a few hours of discomfort can be good for the soul.
Seeing what is around you involves much more than just opening your eyes.
Built in 2002 as part of Switzerland's sixth national exposition, Hotel Palafitte is an epic crowd-pleaser.
In the pristine alpine landscape surrounding New Zealand's Aoraki Mount Cook.