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A fall in visitors to European countries like France and Belgium after terror attacks is benefiting those perceived as being safer, like Hungary.
Samarkand's Shakhi Zinda memorial complex is a stunning collection of ancient tombs
In this episode of Macedonian Adventures, we are taking a hiking trip in the Belasica mountain range, in the country’s south east.
Target Madagascar continues this week in the south west of the island, in one of Madagascar’s 43 national nature reserves.
Tough times for traditional hotels in France as new research shows their revenue falling, as Airbnb revealed it had dramatically increased its bookings there.
From the highest altitudes to the depths of the Pacific, Peru is rich in wild and untamed tastes unfamiliar to most palates. But now internationally-renowned chefs are putting Peru's cuisine on the ma
My first approach to Lima was via its cuisine. The textures, colours and tastes of Peruvian cuisine were my first experience of this country that
The paper made here was considered to be among the finest in the world
Post Brexit, Britons may have to apply online and pay a fee in order to visit the EU.
The Greek government is to pass a law taxing owners of properties who rent them out to visitors via sites like Airbnb.
The war-torn country is being portrayed as an inviting holiday destination - at a time when hundreds of thousands of its citizens are literally dying to leave.
Locals in the town of Nejapa in El Salvador have gathered, to hurl fireballs at one another in honour of a huge volcanic eruption in 1922 which forced all of the residents to abandon the…
A solar eclipse delighted astronomy fans on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean on Thursday (September 1), drawing sky watchers outside to watch the moon pass before the sun to make a so-called “ring o
British Airways is resuming direct flights from London to Tehran which were suspended four years ago because of western sanctions against Iran.
The annular solar eclipse was perfectly visible from the French island of Reunion, as well as Madagascar and other locations across Central Africa.
Over 20,000 revelers hurled 150,000 kilos of ripe tomatoes at each other in the ‘Tomatina’ festival held every year on the third Wednesday of August in the Spanish town of Buñol, 38 kilometres west of
Crowds gathering on the banks of the Windrush for the annual 30-minute splashabout in Bourton-on-the-Water, UK, are being warned to wear waterproofs or risk getting…
Once a place of Islamic learning, this magestic madrassah in Samarkand dates back to the 1600s
Fears over terrorism and economic weakness mean global travel is still growing but slowing according to the World Travel and Tourism Council.
Puffin snorkeling is the latest craze to hit Grimsey with tourists flocking to the Icelandic Island in the arctic circle to give it a go.
The longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge in the world opened to visitors on Saturday in Zhangjiajie, a scenic national park in central China’s Hunan…
Hundreds of years ago Tokyo was often referred to as the water city, until the focus shifted to the modern urban expanse that we know today
Thousands of local residents and tourists have gathered in the Tuscan city of Siena to watch the Palio – one of the oldest Italian bareback horse races.