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
For two years, Anne Frank's family hid in secret rooms in Amsterdam, knowing that a curtain left open by mistake, a wayward noise or a nervous conspirator's phone call to the Nazis could land them all in concentration camps.
Why aimlessly wander air-conditioned halls when you could be playing golf or going ice skating before your flight?
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
The discovery comes a day after finding a decpitated body found in a burn-out car in the city
Spring tulips aren't the only national highlight – urban areas offer much in the way of history, art and architecture, says Stuart Forster
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
The Transvaal government bought the diamond for £150,000 and voted to present it to King Edward VII as a gift
Airport officials say the closure was ordered by police, and that the terminal has since reopened
There are horrific 'treasures' in this collection that gives a voice to Jews who suffered Nazi persecution
The city's newest, most desirable hotels
Passenger insists he would never try to open the door at 30,000ft
You may never want to experience flying again after watching this...