Walk in the footsteps of Saga and Martin, and other Scandi noir stars, on the streets of Copenhagen.
In the European Alps, all the stars line up for the five-star establishments.
Venice was an empire, not a city and its legacy is spread far and wide.
Three hundred sunny days a year and lots of white paint make this a Mediterranean high point.
''The mushrooms'' – the love-it-or-hate it structure near Seville's Old Town – are now as much of a drawcard as the city's old buildings.
Romance, art and gelato are on every corner, so take some tips on where to go from someone in the know.
This windswept land known as the likely setting for Wuthering Heights is also the final resting place of troubled writer Sylvia Plath.
Hearty bean stews, cider and excellent pastries must be on the menu when you visit north-west Spain.