From Colombia to Kosovo, we pick some of our favourite lesser-known places to enjoy a good cup of coffee.
From crumbling Persian empires to colossal Roman cities, here are some of our favourite ruined civilisations from around the world.
In an extract from his contribution to our new anthology Roam Alone Dom Tulett, winner of Bradt's New Travel Writer of the Year competition 2016, tells the story of his first trip away from his daughter.
As we move in to 2017, it's time to start planning this year's trips... but where should you be heading?
Who doesn't love colourful houses? We've picked out some of our favourite destinations based on their multicoloured dwellings.
We've all heard of the Great Barrier Reef, but what about these more unknown dive sites?
For many years it was best known for guerrilla warfare and drug cartels but Colombia is now emerging as a safe, progressive country.
See the sights of the Colombian capital with our handy walking guide.
From fried ants to roasted guinea pig, Colombia's dishes vary greatly from village to village.
Colombia offers some of the best trails in Latin America and trekking is often at the top of the to-do list for tourists visiting the country.
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