Risk-assessing Turkey is complicated because there are many enemies of civilisation, tolerance and freedom. Perpetrators of terrorist attacks include Isis, Kurdish separatists and two far-left political factions
Made in China? Ship to be resurrected as tourist attraction
Incidences like this are not uncommon in the glitzy Gulf, which wants you to think it's more liberal than it is. South African national Roxanne Hillier was jailed for seven months after it was alleged she spent time alone with her male employer – even after medical reports showed they hadn't had sex
Why isn’t demand for UK hotels going up faster than supply despite the plummeting pound?
Regulations will be cut, with new funding to encourage tourists to venture outside of London
The region is probably the most seismically active in Europe
France’s tourism industry has dipped sharply since 130 people were killed in Paris in November
A weaker pound in the wake of the EU referendum sees a 7% increase in tax free shopping by overseas visitors from Asia and the US
'Countries' reputations take a long time to build but can drop in an instant,' warns the 2016 Most Reputable Countries report
Officials said the move aimed to locate tourists wanted by the police or authorities
Study concludes there is no ‘detrimental effect’ on the number of holidaymakers in places with wind turbines
Australia’s ‘shark mitigation strategy’, which includes fitting electronic tags to the animals, is like trying to stem a flood with a straw
Our veteran travel correspondent Simon Calder offers his assessment in response to readers’ questions
Something to declare: how travelling can be rewarded by a sense of adventure
Villagers suggest Harry Potter or Inspector Morse filming locations may be behind regular arrivals of tourists to an unexceptional suburban road
Gallery directors have become a bit like Premier football league managers, constantly competing in the rankings.