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.
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.
It’s the 25 of January, which means tonight is Burns Night.
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.
For those living in major cities, air pollution is a serious problem.
There are few events more popular among the wealthy and influential than the World Economic Forum.
Later this month, thousands of elite politicians, celebrities and academics will descend on Davos for the annual World Economic Forum.
For those who do a lot of traveling, there’s a lot of scorn directed at traditional tourist attractions.
The Aokigahara area in Japan is an especially beautiful location.
Animals really do do the funniest things.
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, you may be disappointed.
Are you a Christmas Grinch or just looking to shake things up this Christmas?
Considering the Star Wars saga takes place ‘a long time ago in a galaxy far far away’, it sure does look familiar.
If you’re on the hunt for incredible holiday destinations, you might consider somewhere like Alaska to catch a view of the Northern Lights, or Bali for those idyllic sandy beaches.
Sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley, responsible for the Queen’s effigy used on British coins since 1998, is going to create a new statue of Princess Diana.
Britain’s pubs are about to get a strange new answer to a classic quiz question: what is Britain’s highest mountain?
For those of you who are looking for slightly more exciting skiing destinations than your bog-standard French or Swiss options, look no further.
Finland is somewhat of a mystery to a lot of the world, often overlooked by its westerly neighbour, Sweden.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Finland’s Independence.
There are few better ways to get oneself in the Christmas spirit than by visiting one of the best European Christmas markets.