Serene in stone, reclining in rock, blissful in bronze and ... enormous.
Medellin's shift from a violent war-zone into one of the world's most forward-thinking cities is nothing short of remarkable.
For two centuries writers have raved about Chillon, but this Swiss castle has a richer, more violent history than its chocolate-box image suggests.
One of Japan's most lauded architects is just as happy designing a new Starbucks as he is creating a new Olympic stadium.
From Mercedes in Munich to Cadillacs in Cuba, here are the places where a taxi ride is a travel experience in itself.
Young or old, sports nut or not, it's hard to resist the urge to run on the "track" of this, the original Olympic stadium.
Some attractions come into their own at night.
On a drizzly morning in 1911, American scholar and explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled upon one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century.
Be a part of a festival that is the superbowl of hula.
If not for a small metal plaque almost concealed by foliage beside the entrance of Mon Repos, visitors would likely remain oblivious to the fact that this so-called palace was the birthplace of the spouse of Britain longest-reigning monarch.
Liverpool's four favourite sons will never be forgotten.
Amid 1780 hectares of ravenous jungle lies the magical Maya city of Palenque.