Lara suggests a weekend at Dover's famous white cliffs.
Lara Piegeler reviews Warsaw's eclectic culture and Mazovian countryside.
Emily just got back from Prague and recommends a way to see the highlights of a Prague Spring in three days.
How to see Barcelona’s art, food, cultural and party highlights in only three days.
Beijing has so much to see-The Forbidden City and the Summer Palace are beautiful, sprawling historic monuments, the Temple of Heaven is painstakingly lovely and the hutongs and night markets are a feast for all the senses.You can even make it to The Wall
Tokyo brims with contradictions-ancient shrines and temples squashed between office blocks and shopping districts and any time spent there should embrace something of everything. Here's a nice blended three days of past, present and future Tokyo.
Lara reviews where to stay and what to do around Henley-on-Thames.
There are many ways to journey to Machu Picchu. You can catch the Hiram Bingham train all the way, walk along the railway tracks in a day and catch the bus up the hill, ride horses in via the Sacred Valley, arrive via helicopter, spend weeks trekking in
For the ancient Incas Cusco was the centre of the world – which is why they called it the 'belly button' – for the Spanish conquistadors it was the 'City of Gold', but for most modern visitors it represents the 'Gateway to Machu Picchu'. Cusco deserv
Is there a dearth of ancient architecture where you live? Is it all modern efficiency and straight lines, without a hint of beauty, respect, and awe? (perhaps you live in Denver). If so, I beg you to consider Italy for your next vacation...