Covid the party pooper as Oktoberfest cancelled for second year
The beer festival typically attracts about 6 million visitors from around the world to Germany.
Are you brave enough to cross the world's longest pedestrian bridge?
It's probably best if you gird yourself before you look down from the Arouca Bridge in Portugal.
'Maximus viewus': See Rome's Colosseum like a gladiator
A new stage will allow visitors to stand in the centre and view the Colosseum’s vaulted walls as they would have been seen by gladiators in ancient Rome.
'Our tourism is unique': Chernobyl, 35 years on
"This is an area of meditation and reflection, an area where you can see the impact of human error, but you can also see the human heroism that corrects it.”
A flight to nowhere with an apocalyptic twist: Chernobyl
An airline has added to the pandemic-era trend with a flight timed to coincide with the 35th anniversary of the disaster.
Greece reopens to tourists, but paradise comes with a curfew
Greece is trying - more fervently than perhaps any other European nation - to reboot international travel.
The battle in 'fair Verona' over Romeo and Juliet's balcony
Four centuries after Shakespeare celebrated the “star-cross’d lovers”, visitors have flocked to see the house where Juliet was supposed to have lived.
One of Europe's poorest countries is aiming to become a tourism mecca
Albania opened a new airport last weekend, and agreed plans for another, as the Western Balkan country looks to transform.
Crumbling former home of Queen and Prince Philip to become a museum
The Maltese villa where the couple lived between 1949 and 1951 is to be restored.
Bubble increases searches for trans-Tasman holidays 500pc
But a leading travel agency predicts European and North American travel bubbles are unlikely before March next year.
The sleepy mountain village that is hosting a circumcision festival
On the eve of the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims from the southwestern corner of Bulgaria have flocked to Ribnovo for a four-day festival.