Travel Feature Articles - Page 62

A city of marked extremes, Mexico’s capital is home to more than 20 million inhabitants and has its own unique Latin buzz.

St Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many cities that boast large Irish populations, such as Dublin, Belfast, New York and Boston. It is, however, also celebrated in places you wouldn’t expect.

The Canadian city with chic appeal, Montreal has an attitude and sense of style that would be more at home in continental Europe than North America. 

From visiting the world's most dangerous city to touring Amsterdam with twin prostitutes: our 2015 travels did not disappoint. We round up our 15 favourite stories of the year.

Smoking a legal joint is a popular pastime in Amsterdam, but where are the city’s best coffeeshops? Our roving reporter, Gavin Haines, has the enviable task of finding out.

As each passing year continues to break heat records, we round up 20 of the world’s greenest destinations – from self-sufficient villages in Italy to pioneering national parks in Rwanda.

Night trains are becoming something of an endangered species on the continent. Gavin Haines explains why and rounds up the best of what’s left.

Volunteer holidays might seem virtuous, but they can create more problems than they solve. Should you volunteer abroad? Jack Palfrey investigates.

From crowd-drawing trees in Mexico to extraordinary discoveries at Buckingham Palace, we round up the best travel news stories from the last 7 days.

Which party-pooping European city is trying to see off stag dos and why did an Indian camel fare end badly for two wretched revellers? Find out in our weekly travel quiz.

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