Gillian Vine looks at female writers from Fanny Burney to Georgette Heyer, whose novels brought Bath to life.
When most people head to Central Otago, they have a destination in mind and aim to get there as fast as possible. Rebecca Fox discovers the joys of a slow approach.
United Kingdom airline Monarch has collapsed leaving 110,000 passengers stranded and about 300,000 future bookings cancelled.
Canada’s national parks are beautiful, writes Alan Solomon.
Gillian Vine considers how close Australia came to being a French colony.
Slashing across the Korean Peninsula, the Demilitarised Zone is an improbable tourist attraction. But there is no other place quite like it, writes Mike Yardley.
Andalusia has been practising a way of life for centuries, and has just about perfected the art, writes Julie Orr-Wilson.
The Archbishop of Paris is on a fundraising drive to save the crumbling gargoyles and gothic arches of Notre-Dame cathedral.
Climate concerns are fuelling more travel to far-flung corners of the world, writes Elaine Glusac.
A Kiwi couple thought they were going to die after getting caught up in a medical scam, then chased out of their hotel by three men they believe were part of a Mexican drug cartel.
Expecting a city of history, conflict and religion, Stephanie Holmes discovers a multitude of treasures - and a foodie heaven - in beautiful, baffling Jerusalem.
There’s more to Denmark than Copenhagen, writes Tony Nielsen.
Northern Ireland provides the perfect setting for a visit full of history and botany, writes Julie Orr-Wilson.
Former Otago Daily Times reporter Sharon Fowler favours comfort over time as she crosses the Atlantic Ocean.
Sandip Hor travels to Scotland and gets acquainted with bagpipes and whisky.
A travel insurance company is to trial offering cover for those with a pre-existing mental illness, provided they pay a premium.
The Bee Gees and a few beers gave Tony Nielsen a great start to his holiday in Buenos Aires.
Marrakech has more attractions than you might expect, Sandip Hor finds.
A wintry New York is all kinds of cool, writes Helen Speirs.
Oahu, the sun and fun capital of Hawaii is a surreal, idyllic uber-tourism island with oodles of free or low-cost family activities, writes Paul Rush.