'It was all about the experience. We don’t know why it was on her bucket list'
'The boldness of the strokes, the variations in the shading from very gentle to quite violent and the expressive gaze [of the dog] - these are very typical idiosyncrasies of Rembrandt's work'
The Dutch capital has previously been best known for coffee shops and the red light district, but today it's a top choice for Valentine's
Dutch photographer Huub Prickaerts documented the underbelly of Amsterdam between 1993 to 1996
To really see a city, you need to get in touch with its alternative culture. Thankfully, there are a growing number of tour operators helping travellers to do just that
The Pulitzer Amsterdam hotel is a design lover‘s paradise, where rich historic roots merge with chic modern luxury
London's top businesses are on the hunt for the ‘new London’ after the UK's shock decision to leave the EU
The incident is not believed to be linked to terrorism
New hotels and exhibitions are bringing the Dutch capital back to life after winter
The ship even has an oven and glazed tiles still preserved onboard
They live together, they wear each other's clothes, they even shared a womb – but would a twin trip break them?
Susie Mesure reveals how to eat, drink and party through the dark days and long nights
Moped riders can currently use the Netherlands' cycle lanes if they have a small engine and travel at less than 15mph
Katalin Tarjan travelled from Budapest to London to see U2, but Viagogo told her that their seller had let them down
There are horrific 'treasures' in this collection that gives a voice to Jews who suffered Nazi persecution
The city's newest, most desirable hotels