There are some hardy survivors and a surprising newcomer in London's steam bath scene.
Sometimes the most touching travel experiences are the ones you least expect. Brian Johnston encounters St Mavra on a cruise visit to Zakynthos island in Greece.
Nothing beats an eel sarnie washed down with a G&T.
There's a European airport that has its own brewery. A real brewery.
"For us, there has not been much liberation," says our guide, with characteristic Baltic understatement.
During the British Empire era, Falmouth buzzed with ocean-going cargo ships, merchants and foreign dignitaries.
For two centuries writers have raved about Chillon, but this Swiss castle has a richer, more violent history than its chocolate-box image suggests.
Qvest surpasses our every expectation – from the beautiful old building to the stylish interiors, and its quiet location outside the main tourist bustle.