Many Irish left their home in search of prosperity and some boarded the ill-fated Titanic from this harbour.
Steve McKenna is based in the UK, but is usually drawn to sunnier climes. He has a special affection for Mediterranean Europe, south-east Asia and Latin America.
Immerse yourself in the surrounds of your favourite British TV characters.
Glide along the wide boulevards of eastern Europe's elegant capital on a bicycle.
Fairytale vignettes delight when you're paddling down the Danube in a canoe.
Walk in the footsteps of Saga and Martin, and other Scandi noir stars, on the streets of Copenhagen.
Three hundred sunny days a year and lots of white paint make this a Mediterranean high point.
A Viking voyage is a treat for the thinking traveller.
Who ever thought you could toss snowballs at one another wearing next to nothing .. on a cruise ship?
A "magic carpet" ride over the ocean is just where the fun begins on Celebrity Edge.
River cruising is rife with spine-tingling moments and this, it's safe to say, is definitely one of them.
Billed as an 'affordable luxury lifestyle hotel', this hotel offers views that will leave you gobsmacked.
After years as a dodgy no-go zone, the area around London's King's Cross area is blossoming with chic eating and shopping - and Britain's most famous art and fashion college.
Hike up Cefalu's La Rocca to see ancient buildings from its Roman, Arab and Norman history.
Around hairpin bends and past mystic grottoes, the road to Monte Pellegrino is shared by pilgrims and tourists alike.
The neighbourhood of Sham Shui Po flies under the tourist radar and reveals an older grittier version of Hong Kong.