Europe

Gloriously sweaty Greek island escapes

Gloriously sweaty Greek island escapes

Not all Mediterranean vacations involve lounging around on a beach
How the Pope flies: On board the papal plane

How the Pope flies: On board the papal plane

CNN goes behind the scenes on Pope Francis's flight from Rome to Cuba
The untouched Italy few ever see

The untouched Italy few ever see

A land of wolves, wild boars and ghost towns, Molise offers untouched landscapes and hearty shepherd food
Sugar-coated travel: Europe's sweetest candy museums

Sugar-coated travel: Europe's sweetest candy museums

Haribo, marzipan and chocolate-centered attractions for those who like their travel with a side of Gummy Bears
Will Concorde ever fly again?

Will Concorde ever fly again?

The aviation world is abuzz with reports that a group of Concorde fans may have raised enough money to get the supersonic jet back in the skies. But how feasible is their dream?
The extraordinary world of Soviet bus shelters

The extraordinary world of Soviet bus shelters

Christopher Herwig's quest to photograph roadside structures reveals the wild architecture of long gone regimes
World's first sandcastle hotels open

World's first sandcastle hotels open

Life's a beach, then you stay in one. That's the idea at two new pop-up hotels constructed from sand in the Netherlands
Paris's one-ingredient restaurants

Paris's one-ingredient restaurants

The French capital has a new wave of eateries where one ingredient or signature dish is the hero
What's it like to eat in the 'world's best' restaurant?

What's it like to eat in the 'world's best' restaurant?

Spain's El Celler de Can Roca won the top spot at this year's World's 50 Best Restaurants awards. So what should diners who manage to snag a rare reservation expect?
Is this the world's coolest golf club?

Is this the world's coolest golf club?

In the summer, players at Norway's Lofoten Links can tee off 24-hours a day -- with the Northern Lights as a backdrop
Louvre showcases antiquities as Palmyra is destroyed

Louvre showcases antiquities as Palmyra is destroyed

Christiane Amanpour talks to Irina Bokova, head of UNESCO, at the world-famous Paris museum
New 'Superhenge'? Remains found near Stonehenge

New 'Superhenge'? Remains found near Stonehenge

Archaeologists uncover hidden remains of a huge prehistoric stone monument believed to be over 4,500 years old
Greek tourists rescue Syrian refugee lost at sea

Greek tourists rescue Syrian refugee lost at sea

Mohammed Besmar had been adrift for 13 hours in the Aegean
Still cool after all these years? Sweden's Icehotel is back

Still cool after all these years? Sweden's Icehotel is back

Super chilled Scandi getaway comes out of cold storage for the 26th year. And this time there's an elephant
Meet Helene Darroze, world's best female chef

Meet Helene Darroze, world's best female chef

The famed French chef talks success, her Disney character and what it's really like to be the only woman in the kitchen
Are the French becoming insecure about their cuisine?

Are the French becoming insecure about their cuisine?

Ambassadors urged to deploy fine dining diplomacy as country's chefs feel the heat from foreign rivals
Auschwitz cooling 'showers' offend visitors

Auschwitz cooling 'showers' offend visitors

Misting stations installed during heat wave offend weekend visitors to former Nazi camp
360 view: Europe's biggest street party

360 view: Europe's biggest street party

On-the-ground action from day two of London's Notting Hill Carnival
La Tomatina: The world's biggest food fight

La Tomatina: The world's biggest food fight

20,000 people have gathered in Bunol, Spain for La Tomatina -- an excuse to hurl 170 tons of ripe tomato slop at one another