Picture yourself comfortably cruising through rolling fields of green tea bushes, discovering exotic, weather-worn wooden temples, walking amid Japanese World Heritage sites, and falling asleep at night after a long soak in a natural hot spring. I’ve done it, so can you.

Christmas in Innsbruck, the capital of the Austrian Tirol, is not all about the twinkling lights, roasted chestnuts and craft stalls; head to the nearby village of Igls (just 5 km from Innsbruck) to witness the famous St. Nicholas and Krampus Parade on Sunday 2 December 2018.

Liberation Route Europe Foundation and Rough Guides have announced their new co-operation to produce a travel book about the liberation of Europe during World War II.

The theme year Rembrandt & The Dutch Golden Age will be celebrated throughout Holland in 2019 as the new year will mark 350 years since Rembrandt van Rijn passed away.

I fell in love with New Zealand watching it on the big screen. For years I held the epic scenery from The Lord of the Rings in my mind: the misty mountains, the blue rivers and the rolling countryside with the Hobbit holes. But it didn’t occur to me to go there.

Diehard Auburn football fans Rick and Susan Turner hold season tickets on the 35-yard line at the university’s Jordan-Hare Stadium. But when the Tigers are on the field, the Turners are in the parking lot.