There are more reasons than ever why escorted journeys make good travel sense. Brian Johnston looks forward to 2022 being the year to join a tour.
Brian Johnston seemed destined to become a travel writer and author: he is an Irishman born in Nigeria and raised in Switzerland, who has lived in Britain and China.
The pandemic has reminded us of the old-fashioned pleasures of picnicking. Here are some choice spots in our capital cities on which to spread your rug and enjoy the green scene.
While there might be no life on an ocean wave for us this season, anchors have already been hauled up on ships overseas, and the stiff pace of bookings indicates they remain as popular.
Reporter: European rivers now afloat with boats
Here are six simple but utterly delicious foods I'm swearing off until I can have the authentic, local versions once more.
Australia is spoilt for choice when it come to designated green areas where you can walk, relax, swim or just ponder nature at its finest.
The Belgians know their beers, choosing them to suit the season, the food or the special occasion.
Australia is a worn-down continent, but here and there in lush green pockets, landscapes of unimaginable age linger on.
Urban exploration is illegal and dangerous. Here's how to get your thrills the safe way.
Viking Cruises' newest ocean ship Viking Mars has just floated out from shipyards at Ancona in Italy.
Australia has some of the world's best water experiences from pounding surf to rock pools to a horizontal waterfall.
If you don't treat national flags with respect, you might find yourself facing public apologies, fines or even jail time.
Forget beautiful landscapes - nothing beats seeing your bag come down that chute and on to the baggage carousel.
All the world's most extreme places are reachable by adventurous travellers, though few of us might have the skills or patience to get there.
From fish fossils to vintage cars to a stately home in the Scottish baronial style: these museums house a surprisingly rich bounty.