Costa Rica is a relatively small country, covering just 0.25 per cent of the world’s landmass, yet it’s the home of five per cent of the planet’s biodiversity. If you enjoy photographing birds and butterflies then you’re going to be busy.
People should visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia'a capital, "because it’s a great mixture of east and west: of ethnicity; of modern lifestyle and traditional heritage," says Simon Willmore, an editor based in the city.
“What I like about working at Stuttgart Airport is the variety of my job and working together with people. It’s not just sitting in the office but talking with people and seeing what people do,” says Ralf Brenner, the Safety Manager at Germany’s sixth busiest airport, while we’re in the baggage sorting area.
Spray is kicking up from the surface of Lake Brienz in Switzerland. I'm combining sightseeing with an adrenalin burst during a trip jet boat tour with Jetboat Interlaken.
Danny Pavlopoulos, a Montreal resident, and one of the co-founders of Spade & Palacio Tours, chats about the places he enjoys spending time in around his home city, providing tips on places to visit, eat and drink in the Canadian city that turns 375 in 2017.
Travelling to Germany during Advent means being able to visit Christmas markets. Stuttgart, in Baden-Württemberg, has stalls at its centre and is a convenient base for exploring those in nearby cities, including Esslingen.
Washed by the white-capped waves of the unpredictable North Atlantic, Nova Scotia’s rugged coastline is at its most picturesque on warm summer days. Driving the Lighthouse Route is one way of exploring the province's coastline.
Atmospheric Advent markets, held on squares in towns and cities across Europe, attract millions of people in the run up to Christmas. To experience the markets I headed to Stuttgart, in south-west Germany.
The medieval theme of Esslingen am Neckar’s Christmas market, near Stuttgart, ensures it stands out from the many Advent markets held across Germany each winter.
Porto, around three hours from Lisbon by both rail and road, has emerged as one of Portugal’s urban tourism hotspots in 2016.