The former childhood home town of Sydney Opera House architect Jorn Utzon has been transformed into a Danish design destination.
From Rome to Chicago, here are 10 fountains that are definitely worth a visit.
It's a strange – but very Irish fact – that Belfast boasts not four, but at least five, separate tourism "quarters". One of them is the Titanic quarter.
In eastern Europe and the Balkans, it's a thing: if you want people to come to your restaurant, you get a bear.
Never heard of Fussen? Nor have most of the 1.5 million visitors who cram into Neuschwanstein Castle just four kilometres down the road.
People in this part of the world are obsessed with scent.
Nashville might look a little naughty but it's as nice as pie.
Have we, in monetising their traditions, devalued something culturally significant?
Some are surprising, some are unknown and some are just what you'd expect.
Laidback, graceful Esfahan is centred on Imam Square, one of the world's great ensembles of Islamic architecture.
Deadwood is home to Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, a hit TV series and a load of tall and true stories.
For some people, travel is about seeing world class art and beautiful landscapes. For others, it's about staring at massive factories and gawping at clanking machinery.