Florence has fired a fresh salvo in its long-running battle against the effects of mass tourism by banning visitors from eating panini, pizza and focaccia on the pavement and on shop doorsteps.
Farrier and his fellow tourists found virtually everywhere they visit is completely deserted.
The company holding the rights to the ship and 5500 artifacts has been mired in debt.
A new resort in Vietnam offers guests with a conscience something special.
For Tammy Ricks, her photobomb while in Puerto Rico came in an unlikely form - a leaping iguana.
Passengers on-board a "non-stop" flight from London to New York next week might be surprised to find where the plane first lands.
Thousands of revellers hurled some 145 tonnes of tomatoes celebrating the messy annual Tomatina festival.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water ...
It's generally considered a nice thing when the walls come down in a relationship. But not literally. And not when it comes to the bathroom.
P&O Cruises has been cruising in Australia since 1932 and the line is marking its 86th birthday year with some dramatic changes.
There does seem to be an air of cultural superiority at best – and blatant racism, at worst – when it comes to attitudes to Chinese travellers.
Traveller writers claim top gongs at annual awards.