Author Philip Briggs describes the unusual shrines that are a distinctive feature of Ghana’s central coast region.
From large lakeside complexes to tiny clifftop churches, North Macedonia is home to some of the best monasteries in Europe.
Expert author, Tony Soper, uncovers the history of the pioneers of Arctic exploration.
It’s no surprise that Britain has a wealth of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Don’t let its status as one of the UK’s least-visited national parks fool you; Exmoor National Park is fantastic for a visit of any length.
With its stunning coastline, national parks, castles galore and rich Roman history; Northumberland has it all.
Here are six of our favourite reasons to visit the Yorkshire Dales, an amazingly diverse part of England’s largest county.
Gemma Hall finds out more about this traditional form of dancing still popular in the North East.
Northumberland’s communities have been shaped by the fishing industry, writes Katerina Porteous.
Geoff Heslop tells us about the rich traditions of music in the northeast of England.
You’ll find no ancient architectural monuments on the Faroes; only timber churches.
The Peloponnese has so many impressive ruins that it is difficult to pick which ones to visit, so we’ve drawn up a list of our favourites.
Lawrence Mitchell investigates one of the country’s strangest encounters.
Author Laurence Mitchell recounts the mythical tales of this mammoth alpine lake.
From stunning beaches and photogenic fishing villages to wild moors and the relics of a prehistoric past, there’s plenty to explore in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.