Hidden amidst high-rises: a local’s guide to Dubai

As Dubai gears up to launch Expo 2020 on 1 October, Samia Qaiyum reveals a side of her birthplace often unseen by tourists – much to their detriment.

Go east: getting off the tourist trail in Turkey

Diana Darke takes a closer look at the ancient temples, Ottoman mansions and remote valleys of Turkey’s little-visited eastern region.

Awards galore!

Four Bradt authors have been nominated for prizes in a single week.

Todi Tiber Valley Umbria

Down the Tiber Valley: Todi, Orvieto and Amelia

Umbria’s lush Tiber Valley is home to stunning vineyards, lovely churches, medieval towns and an array of unexpected oddities.

48 hours in Rijeka: Istria’s cultural capital

Home to grand Secessionist architecture, broad pedestrian streets and excellent restaurants, Rijeka is well-deserving of its reputation as Croatia’s cultural capital.

180 countries to unite for World Clean-Up Day

The 2020 event saw 11 million people participate despite global Covid restrictions.

The real Jurassic Park

In the Canadian territory of Alberta, travellers will find themselves at the epicentre of dinosaur discoveries.

Budget operator to offer low-cost trains from London to Edinburgh

Lumo will start running services from October.

Hotel review: Thornbury Castle, Gloucestershire

Thornbury Castle is the only Tudor castle hotel in the UK, boasting luxurious and in-keeping trappings, pretty garden vistas and memorable dining.

Yukon dog-sledding

The coldest miles: a quest through Yukon

As part of the Bradt Travel-writing competition, Polly Evans depicts her incredible dog-sledding adventures in the bitter cold of Canada.