For those who want to avoid being bad travellers, this episode of Flight of Fancy tackles some of the trickiest issues of travel etiquette.
From the biggest to the least likely: the world's best cities and what you should do there.
First time travelling with your kids? Here's how to have a drama-free holiday with your kids.
Whether it's high-speed, luxury or an old rattler, people have become so obsessed with train travel for a reason.
The ‘bucket-list’ experiences every traveller should do at least once in their life.
It’s one of the most misunderstood destinations. Here are the most surprising things you’ll discover in Iran.
The destinations that are the hardest to get to, the most remote, sometimes the most dangerous, and yet provide the best experiences.
These are the things you can do to make long-haul travel as painless as possible.
The world is filled with stunning beaches and islands. Here are the best and underrated destinations for a sun and sand holiday.
Freezing temperatures and unimaginable landscapes: why everyone should consider travelling to Antarctica and the Arctic.
Where to go next? The destinations you should be travelling to this year.
Ever had a full-blown case of the post-holiday blues? Here's how to cope with everyday life after the best trip of your life.
You might think getting on a plane would be simple. A uniform procedure, in fact. But you'd be wrong.
From sunsets in Ha Long Bay to bustling Ho Chi Minh and cultural Hoi An, here are the best things to see and do in Vietnam.
Colombia has cleaned up its act and moved on in the last 25 years.
From peaks of Patagonia to the red deserts of Australia, here are the top places for an adventure in the outdoors (and you don’t need to be a nature lover to do it).
On this episode we're heading to Canada, the home of the Canucks, the land of maple leaves, to find out what this fine country is all about.
This week we're not looking at the world, but at how the world looks at us.
We all travel for different reasons, for an adventure, to escape the daily grind, but does it change who we really are?
It's a destination that divides - some vow never to go, others have been a dozen times or more. Here's what it's like to travel this Indonesian island beyond touristy Kuta.
Warning: you will occasionally feel old. Set out on a gap year in your 30s and you will sometimes feel like the mature age student at the uni lecture.
There's a misconception when it comes to gap years, and that is that you have to be young.
Africa gets into your blood. It doesn't matter which part of the continent you visit – north, south, east or west – this place has a way of hooking you forever, of making sure you will always return.
It should be so simple. It should be a case of handing over your passport and getting a stamp.
We all think about travelling when we're broken-hearted. But is this actually a good idea after a break-up?