Rather than trek to Machu Picchu, Steve McKenna boards one of the world’s most luxurious trains to visit the legendary “Lost City of the Incas”
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.
This Paddington hotel offers more than just the bear necessities.
A new exhibition promises to "strip away" the myths around Picasso.
It's inevitable in an exhibition about great ships that Titanic makes an appearance.
Even when the skies stay dark, there's plenty to inspire wonder in the land of fire and ice.
Misty mountains, birds of prey and possibly even shape-shifting water spirits await.
Featuring pun-drenched commentary from devoted ABBA fan Jarvis Cocker.
Hanging out at Heathrow Airport has probably never featured on your London bucket list.
On the sun-soaked south-east coast of Spain there's a wine-making oasis.
It's a touch after 10am on Monday and I'm supping a pint of Guinness. When in Rome (or Dublin), you might say.
Knees trembling, butterflies fluttering, peer down at the Atlantic waves crashing against the shale and sandstone cliffs.
There are tall and true tales around Dublin's oldest cathedral.
Steve McKenna finds lavish palaces, romantic gardens and Ronaldo's seaside pad on Lisbon's scenic outskirts.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a visionary Glaswegian whose decorative Art Nouveau designs sparked ripples across Europe's art scene in the early 20th century
Legend has it that if the "apes" – who arrived on The Rock with British sailors in 1704 – ever leave, Gibraltar would cease to be British.