Journeys that were once only for the most adventurous are now available to more travellers than ever.
For a brief period in the 1800s one of the gaudiest cities in the world could be found deep in the Amazon.
Just steps behind Petra's iconic facade are the rocky remains of an entire city.
Calling all road warriors: the touring industry is set for some big changes.
Almost a century after hosting its first guests, Collette is still helping people travel the world.
See Japan on an exclusive tour with a top chef and a former ambassador.
Lisbon and Porto are like beautiful, warring siblings, both vying for attention.
Tour companies are busy catering for a flourishing Baby Boomer travel market.
Jane Austen is arguably the most successful female author in history, compared to Shakespeare and Dickens in the British literary pantheon.
A once-a-decade play is among the traditions this community cherishes.
These are the secrets to creating the best travel tours according to the very people who design them.
For tour leaders, the question most often asked used to be "Where's the toilet?" Now it's, "What's the Wi-Fi password?"