In Rome, all roads lead to food, so it can be a challenge knowing what to eat and where to sample it.
Travel within Australia is writer Daniel Scott's abiding passion, particularly to remote destinations in WA and the NT.
A mere 25 million years old, Iceland is one of the planet's youngest land masses, and feels like a work in progress.
View some of Africa's most spectacular scenery, while intermittently bearing witness to some nerve-jangling drama.
Shicer Wubar – discovered by a satellite in 1992 – is one of the unique stops on this tour.
This six-day walk takes you through ancient woods, vibrant pastures and small Etruscan towns before ending in the extraordinary Umbrian hilltop city of Orvieto.
A thrilling tour into a desert where some curious creatures manage to make a home.
Opened in 1889, the Hotel Eden was as splendid a bolthole as Rome had ever seen.
The aim of this pilgrimage can be to remember departed family or friends or simply to meditate on your life's progress.
Our first lemur sighting is of a koala-like bundle high up in branches above our heads.
Japan is a nation of rituals and rules, and these are never more evident than in the onsen or the ryokan.
There was the occasional thought of sabotaging his cheery fellow cyclists, but there was also a sense of accomplishment and healing.
This startling gape in the desert is one of the planet's great sights.
Frankincense was the making of this Middle Eastern peninsula but it's home to many more attractions.
It's a city on the up and up, with culinary, cultural and social evolution at the heart of change.
This being Japan, there are many ways of completing the Shikoku Island pilgrimage route, the nation's equivalent of Spain's Camino de Santiago.