Oslo is no cultural slouch, with a vibrant café and bar scene, world class museums and access to hiking, kayaking, sailing and skiing.
With a good nose for it, you can track down top Irish nosh all over town. Here are a few of our favourite places.
When the Qing dynasty fell in 1911, former palace chefs set up restaurants around Beijing and brought the dish to the public.
This Italian island is home to Baroque architecture, wines grown on the slopes of Mount Etna, endless pastries and superb pastas.
SlideshowsThe oldest festival in Ireland
For three days, a goat is king in Killorglin
A land of vertigo-inducing views
See where modern Vikings play
The road transforming the Amazon
A rugged route is changing the region
Stockholm’s stunning rooftop tour
See the city from 43m in the air
Our favourite images of the week
Stunning photos from this past week
DestinationsTaiwan’s dizzying marble gorge
A quest to reach Sun Moon LakeTaiwan