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?
A poignant memorial drives home the horror of war.
These establishments are dripping with old Hollywood panache.
From ABBA in Stockholm to spies in Washington and pinballs in Budapest; the world's wackiest museums.
Kilometres of porticoes make a walk in the Emilia-Romagna region a shady experience.
This little known German city is now home to one of Europe's largest art nouveau collections.
From Cinderella to the Brothers Grimm; here are Europe's most romantic castles.
There is a bigger story to tell about Pamplona (without the bull).
This museum holds the world's best-preserved Viking ships and their burial treasures.
The depth and breadth of antiquities you can see on a stop off from a cruise ship is mind-boggling.
In a world of tourism trends it's time to applaud the solid perfomers. Here are some of the world's oldest attractions.
Captain America's head is hanging from a tree. Neo from the Matrix is teaming up with Batman and, inexplicably, Michael Jackson, to fight evil while Freddy Krueger looks on.