The award-winning design comprises an epic 2,000-foot-long, curved wooden ramp that rises from the forest floor, spiraling upwards to an impressive height of 150 feet.
A museum is opening in Warsaw devoted solely to the 500-year history of the Polish national alcoholic beverage.
From Bali-esque flowing waterfalls to turquoise waters, here are some of the best places in the UK to enjoy exotic scenery.
Beer-loving, fast-driving, palace-dotted Bavaria, Germany, home of Oktoberfest, BMW, and Neuschwanstein (the castle that inspired Disney), is toasting its centennial as a free state this year.
Swiss vineyards can grow everything from Gamay to Merlot, not to mention many indigenous grapes that you won’t find anywhere else.
Off the Map Tours has introduced tiny mobile hotels in Arctic Finland that are fixed to a sled so they can be towed by snowmobile to the best spots to view the Northern Lights.
The award-winning Hotel Bühelwirt is tinted to complement the moody, dark green of the surrounding forest.
Jacub Kynčl, who is travel editor of Czech news site Novinky.cz, used a Nikon D850 to take eerie photographs of the former casino.
Laying claim to both sides of the Bosphorus — a channel where Europe reaches out to meet Asia — Istanbul is the gateway to the East.
The vast coastal county of Cornwall, England had a profound effect on the future writing of the impressionable young girl who would become a literary star.