48 Hour Guides
The birthplace of Goethe and Anne Frank, Frankfurt is a lively German city where history and tradition rubs shoulders with towering skyscrapers, as Gilly Pickup discovers…
Chania’s reputation as the most beautiful city in Crete is richly deserved and its history goes back over 7,000 years. The architecture of the atmospheric Old Town is mainly Venetian and Turkish, reflecting long periods of occupation, but its flavour today is definitely Greek.
Chicago – a popular stopover city and a major airport hub for United Airlines – may not be the first place holidaymakers think of when travelling to the US. It is however, an extraordinary city which deserves much more than just a cursory glance as you pass through.
Dundee may not seem like the obvious choice of weekend trip destination. However, it is an agreeable stopover if you’re en route between the Highlands and the cities of Edinburgh or Glasgow; or if you fancy a cheap weekend with some decent cultural attractions away from the draw of Scotland’s ‘big two’.
Packing in as many New York attractions as you can in 48 hours is a challenging task, even for the most experienced and organised of tourists – as Ronnie Esplin discovers
Want a city break with a virtual guarantee of good weather, a host of sights both old and new and plenty of bargains to be had? Let's look at Lisbon…
The capital of Denmark is a large city full of character.