No one jumped in to help the man
As more destinations blame tourists for bad behaviour and overcrowding, here are some of the hotspots that are being ruined by holidaymakers – and how to better visit them
Court rules 13-year-old has a 'personality disorder' from spending too much time with exclusively female role models
The spectacular canal-side Piano Nobile apartment, set behind an original Gothic façade, is expected to fetch upwards of £4 million...
Terry Kirby selects the best bottles to buy
Clinking cutlery, and green fields rushing past. It can only be the ultimate restaurant experience
Venice is especially atmospheric in winter, and even more so at Carnival time
Ben was looking for inspiration for his next restaurant venture in and around the storied Rialto fish market
The ‘Queen of the Seas’ is about to welcome the art crowd. Aoife O’Riordain finds out what’s in store
After endless criticism over its aesthetic, its durability and even its accessibility for the disabled,Santiago Calatrava faces legal action as a result of alleged deficiencies in the construction
While using the Polpo cookbook the other day, I had a moment to think about why the book was one of last year's biggest successes. Perhaps because it has an innovative spine that allows it to lie flat; perhaps because it looks beautiful and the recipes work; perhaps because it is true to one, quite specific cuisine – the Venetian cicchetti (little plates).
Art Deco glamour, dusky hues, Prohibition-style tea room, personal attachés, Jack Kerouac, and sophisticated retreats
Daniel Radcliffe's turn as Allen Ginsberg was one of the highlights of the 70th Venice Film Festival, where Britain made up for its near-invisibility at Cannes, says Geoffrey Macnab
'Today, I am a free man,' says exasperated director Paul Schrader
The world's oldest film festival is 70 years old and struggling against more modern competitors, says Geoffrey Macnab