The Space Needle isn’t the only thing that makes Seattle special. It starts with the superb seafood, the quirky neighbourhoods, the boutique wineries within city limits – and then it gets beter.
With spectacular landscapes including salt flats and Technicolor lakes, colonial cities and one-of-a-kind foods (try the volcano soup), Bolivia is a haven for adventure lovers.
Desert days are long – which is fortunate, given how much there is to see and do at Uluru, from rock art to camel rides.
With a history and culture stretching back thousands of years, Ethiopia is one of Africa’s most underrated destinations. Check out these essential sights, from the magnificent rock churches of Lalibela to the soaring Simien Mountains.
Never heard of Sao Tome and Principe? That’s about to change. These obscure islands floating off the African coast are now drawing luxury lovers eager to explore the pristine beaches and tropical forests.
Skip Germany’s more crowded destinations and discover the picture-perfect town of Quedlinburg. This World Heritage listed beauty has 80 hectares of medieval architecture to explore, and was ruled by women for much of its history.
Italy without the crowds? Yes, it does exist. Head to the Dolomites in summer to enjoy fine food, superb hiking, and some of the country’s most beautiful scenery.
Eco-tourism is back and this time, it’s serious: introducing the new breed of green hotel
Why Raja Ampat is your dream diving destination.
Here’s a riddle for you. Why are Easter Island’s famous statues like snowflakes? Because no two are alike. This is the first surprising thing I learn.