New York offers so much more than Times Square. Make like a New Yorker by following Lisa Hughes' insider tips for the city than never sleeps.
Progressive, confident and full of surprises, Padraic Geoghegan believes that Copenhagen is fast cementing its reputation as the funky little sibling of Scandinavian cities Oslo and Stockholm.
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Adolf Hitler didn't really like Berlin according to our guide, Ciarán, who's originally from Dalkey in County Dublin - he's leading us on a four-hour bicycle tour of the German capital.
Madrid has all the culture, food, beauty, bohemian life, architecture and twice the nightlife that its Catalonian cousin has to offer. Kate Murphy says that you just need to know where to go.
Travel writer Lisa Hughes guides us through the reasons that keep London at the top of our the short-break wish-lists.
Even in the first century the historian Livy reckoned that Rome was already "overwhelmed by its own greatness" and RTÉ Europe Editor Tony Connelly suggests why.
Former Paris resident Karen Creed shines a light on the hidden parts of the City of Lights.
"France is a country so rich in culture, food, wine, and scenery that often the hardest part of a trip there can be deciding where to go," writes Tadhg Peavoy
Deirdre Mullins checks out the what of the lake in North America has to offer in the off-ski season.
Nationwide presenter Anne Cassin travelled to Kerry to try out the new Spá Atlantach in Ballydavid but will she be back for more? The journalist shares her experience with RTÉ Travel.
Aer Lingus announced a major expansion of routes between Ireland and the United States.
Tadhg Peavoy explores the French city of Toulouse and the beautiful Tarn region
Tadhg Peavoy explores the beautiful town of Nendaz in Switzerland. It's a go-to spot for winter breaks, but a totally different experience off-season.
Letterkenny in Co. Donegal has been crowned the overall winner in the National Tidy Towns Awards.