Skyscapers, impossibly cheesy pizza and a park of architectural showstoppers are just the start.
David Whitley is a freelance travel writer based in the UK. He has a taste for unusual experiences and oddities with a great story behind them.
Castles, history, comedy and whisky should all be high on your agenda.
Witches might be front of mind here, but there's also fine art, food and maritime history.
From Byzantine in Bristol to Tudor in Chester.
Underground museums, pubs with character and Robin Hood tours are just some of this city's best.
Big American hubs are almost universally hellish, so it's a relief to stumble across one that is actually pretty good.
Things to see and do in the birthplace of the United States.
For those who have an unquenchable urge to climb things, Australia still has plenty of excellent options.
Of course, there's the Alhambra, but there's much more to this Andalusian city.
Island breaks are often all about sun, sea and sand. But for those who want more to occupy them than swimming and beach walks, Australia has some island options that pack a lot more in …
Think a busy commute down a packed main road is unpleasant? Well, try these roads on for size…
Riga has embraced its Soviet-era past while enjoying something of a renaissance.
The major problem with the world's biggest tourist attractions is that, even if they're justifiably popular, millions of other people know it too. But are some of the biggest hitters worth seeing even if they're crowded and cramped?
Kuala Lumpur offers marauding monkeys, a gold-flecked pool, stunning architecture and spectacular cuisine.
Presidential libraries give a big-picture story of US politics.