320kmh, one-fifth less energy: France's new eco fast train
French President Emmanuel Macron has unveiled a mock-up of the next generation of greener super high-speed trains.
Spain's new volcano is a tourist hotspot, but not everyone is happy
Traffic jams pack the winding narrow roads of La Palma at dusk as curious residents and visitors flock to snap photos.
'A big grey elephant': Paris' Arc de Triomphe is wrapped up
The French capital has unveiled a monumental artwork built around an actual monument: the Arc de Triomphe completely wrapped in silver and blue fabric.
Ten tourist attractions that were slammed at first
While originally met with scorn, these attractions have gone on to become huge success stories.
The world's 10 greatest city squares
OPINION: A truly great city square sets the hairs on your back going the moment you enter it.
Venice warns tourists: 'If there is no room, you won't be able to come in'
Authorities are to start installing turnstiles at major entry points. When the city becomes overwhelmed, the turnstiles will shut.
The Delta variant is killing travel in Europe
Even with high vaccination rates, there are disturbing signs that the much heralded rebooting of tourism may be proving something of a false dawn.
One of the world's most famous monuments is being wrapped
A NZ$23.5 million posthumous art installation designed by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude is taking place in Paris.
'Like 2020 never happened': Euro country swarming with tourists
Beaches along Croatia's Adriatic Sea coastline are packed with people. Guided tours are fully booked and restaurants are heaving.
Sorry Tokyo, this city has the world's greatest public transport
It may not be the fastest or the most reliable, but Istanbul's public transport is a thrill ride to be savoured and enjoyed.
Seven inspiring films to satisfy your travel itch
Travel across Australia, the English countryside and to northern India without leaving your couch.
Ten tourist sites with dark pasts
Some of the world's most impressive tourist sites have a dark past behind them.
Six foods I won't eat until I can travel overseas again
These dishes are best eaten in their country of origin.
Replica of Swedish 18th century trading ship to sail to Asia
Her cannons firing a powerful salute, a full-size replica of an armed merchant ship that sank in 1745 has sailed into port at the Swedish capital.
What it's like to visit Amsterdam now
The city is looking to abandon all remaining restrictions by November if infection and hospitalisation rates allow.