Durban: four hotels under £150

With direct flights from the UK, the South African city’s hotel scene is more accessible than ever.

Ask the experts: Taiwanese tea, street food in Delhi and island-hopping in the Hebrides

Our panel answers your culinary questions, from what to eat in Delhi to Europe's best food-focussed yoga retreat.

How to make it: Rafik Tatli's ojja with merguez recipe

This is a classic dish of eggs in a spicy tomato sauce. The merguez can be swapped for prawns or left out entirely.

Meet the changemakers: Lorna Cannon from Refugee Voices Tours

In 2015, an estimated one million displaced people arrived in Europe seeking refuge. Berlin-based tour guide Lorna Cannon saw the opportunity to give them a platform to tell their stories.

Meet the changemakers: Ayanda Cuba and Buntu Matole from ABCD Travel

The young entrepreneurs started ABCD as a means of tackling community issues in Cape Town’s informal settlement of Khayelitsha through immersive running and cycling township tours.

Meet the changemakers: Matthieu Jost from Misterb&b

Dissatisfied with the state of LGBTQ+ travel, in 2014 Jost and his partners created a global travel platform, primarily aimed at gay men. It now has more than 300,000 hosts in 135 countries.

Waste not: Five UK restaurants cutting down on food waste

With sustainability increasingly on the agenda, restaurants across the UK are doing more to reduce their food waste. Here are five to try

A neighbourhood guide to Bristol

The city with a defiant indie spirit is reinventing its docks and downtown area, forging a link between iconic figures from its past, such as Brunel and Bluebeard, and the edgy creative energy of its present. 

Breaking Bread: coastal cuisine in Tunisia

From perfectly prepped couscous to generous helpings of harissa, Tunisian cuisine is all about colour, flavour and abundance. In the coastal town of Nabeul, a family meal becomes a feast when guests are involved — and extra helpings are inevitable.

Like a local: Porto

Portugal’s second city is creating quite a stir on the gastronomy front, with chefs putting bold new riffs on local flavours.

Sea urchins, wild boar and maquis herbs: what to eat on the island of Corsica

The French island makes good use of its unique location when it comes to gastronomy — whether it’s through its Italian history; rich, fertile terroir; or fine seafood from its rich Mediterranean waters. 

Best of the west: five ways to explore West Sweden's coastline

West Sweden has a wealth of activities for the adventurous, from island cycling to coastal hiking.