Tobago: the Caribbean with a touch of the Isle of Wight

Simon Calder: our man in Scarborough

Tobago’s top three dive sites

From the exquisitely clear waters of Speyside to the manta-ray infested waters of Stingray Alley, plunge into some of Tobago’s finest diving spots.

Musée Carnavalet

Le Marais, Paris: Having a ball in the bohemian quarter

Life is starting to spill outdoors in the city's former marshes, making it easier to enjoy the falafel stalls, magic shows, one-off bookshops and bars. Glen Mutel goes for a stroll

Grand designs: an Eco House at Pedras Salgadas

Portugal: Parks, palaces and recreation

In the country's vine-draped north, Mike Unwin and his family visit two very special places to stay

Old favourite: arts and crafts in the Casco Vello

Vigo travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours

This thriving fishing port in Spain's wild west is about to get a connection with Britain, says Simon Calder

HafenCity, a former docklands area turned fashionable waterfront district

German city breaks: From Berlin's nightlife to Leipzig's musical legacy

In the first of a three-part series on this European powerhouse, produced in association with Lonely Planet, Andrea Schulte-Peevers explores Berlin and beyond

An information panel showing early morning departures and cancellations at the airport in Hamburg, Germany, on Wednesday.

Hundreds of Lufthansa flights cancelled as pilots strike over cuts

The strike is the second this year

Market force: Place du Jeu de Balle, which features in 'Tintin'

Brussels: Belgium's capital has been enjoying a renaissance

It's not just about Tintin, says William Cook, who looks at the city's new cultural offerings

Green machine: Richard in the Austin 10

Madeira vintage car tour: Around 'the floating garden' in the Atlantic in an Austin 10

Richard Webber brings his white knuckles along as he finds a fitting way to enjoy the classic vistas of Madeira

Core value: the heart of the city is the old town

Valencia travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours

Daring architecture, broad beaches and a rich gastronomic tradition make this Spanish coastal city a must-see. Mick Webb dips his toe in the water

Etna remains Europe's most active volcano

Driving up Mount Etna in a sea of snow and sun

Where else could you bask in the Mediterranean sunshine just 45 minutes from the ski slopes on the most active volcano in Europe?

The Old Town

Palma de Mallorca: Boutique hotels and upmarket shopping put a spring in the step of the Old Town

Spring comes early to the Balearics, says James Litston

Moulin Rouge

Paris: An Impressionist art trail through the city

A new exhibition examines the life of an art dealer who launched Monet, Renoir, Pissarro and more. Jonathan Lorie follows their trail through Paris

Sainte-Foy

Sainte-Foy skiing: Charming, child-friendly, and uncrowded

The pistes of sleepy Sainte-Foy offer skiing as it should be, says Mark McCrum

Salzkammergut

Salzburg and The Sound of Music: Touring von Trapp country

A tour of Salzburg will have even reluctant film fans singing along, says David Whitley

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