Online property booking marketplace Airbnb is rolling out a new property tier system in a bid to attract the rich and famous.
A new so-called hypersonic jet could reduce journey times between Beijing and New York from 14 hours to just two.
Deutsche Bank UK is to give its employees an extra week of annual leave, having raised its holiday allowance from 25 to 30 days, in a bid to improve work-life balance.
A small Australian town has emerged from a spell of sweltering 30 degree Celsius heat with an impressive tan.
“Africa has long been regarded as the world’s Eden.
With the Chinese New Year just a few hours away, prepare to say goodbye to the fire rooster and hello to the earth dog.
Starting in April, Eurostar will be running direct trains from London to Amsterdam.
In a major new investment for London’s arts scene, a former cinema in Hackney has received an investment of £1.9m towards its transformation into a ‘socially-minded’ arts centre.
Thomas Cook has flown the first batch of British tourists out to Tunisia since the Foreign Office advised against all but essential visits in 2015 after two terror attacks.
Bermuda has become the first place in the world to walk back on gay marriage rights.
There are few events more closely associated with their home city than Rio De Janeiro’s Carnival, also known as Carnevale Di Rio.
Despite being met with protests on their arrival, North Korea’s famous Moranbong Band and Samjiyon art troupe are proving major ticket-sellers at the Winter Olympics.
In light of the October 2016 decision to expand London’s Heathrow Airport, a new public consultation is taking place.
With temperatures in the UK falling as low as -6 degrees during the early hours of Monday morning, parts of Britain battled through a night that was colder than Iceland’s capital Reykjavik, where temperatures tend to sit below freezing throughout the winter months.
The US Bank Stadium, the host of this year’s Super Bowl event, has a maximum capacity of 66,600.
For keen oceanographers out there, BBC’s Blue Planet II was a tour de force.
Who’s 131 years old, draws crowds of 40,000, infallibly predicts the weather, and is surrounded by a fan club who dress in top hats and tuxedos?
In areas of conflict around the world, art has been used to bring order and self-expression to unstable times.
Once again, the world’s elite is descending on Davos.
When it comes to Airbnb there’s an extraordinary amount of choice available. Even for those luxury customers who are happy to pay top dollar prices, there’s a vast array on offer.
Today in a meeting with British prime minister Theresa May, French president Emmanuel Macron confirmed the loan of the Bayeux tapestry to England.
The 86th annual Monte Carlo Rally will set off from Monaco’s Casino Square next week to get the 2018 World Rally Championship underway.
For those living in major cities, air pollution is a serious problem.
Today is supposedly Blue Monday.
There are few events more popular among the wealthy and influential than the World Economic Forum.
For those who do a lot of traveling, there’s a lot of scorn directed at traditional tourist attractions.
For 11 months of the year, Davos is a small, quiet town, best known for the few ski tourists that travel to enjoy the region’s many slopes.
South Korea expects 83,000 foreign fans to pack into Pyeongchang next month for the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018.
The Aokigahara area in Japan is an especially beautiful location.
Animals really do do the funniest things.