A University of Cambridge academic claims to have found the earliest example of fake news, engraved on 3,000-year-old clay tablets.
The latest tourism trend is to retrace the steps of Elena Ferrante’s characters through Naples, but look also at other greats who were captivated by this city of sin and crime.
"If you want to know why so much blood spilled on this land," said the tourist guide, "just look at the map: if you control Crimea, you control the Black Sea."
The uber-popular neighborhood once favored by hipsters is now facing a hotel boom.
They’re not there to do politics. But is it possible not to?
It was declared a “Muslim-only” city in a famous erroneous Fox News segment. However, since working there I’ve discovered it’s one of England’s hidden gems.
Just south of the iconic Belvedere Palace, a tower designed by Renzo Piano is now home to one of Vienna’s best new hotels.