On a clear crisp Irish morning we set off from Dublin Port, bound for Wales. Up on the bridge, I get an insight on what it’s like to captain the ferry.
One of the most beautiful cities of France, Bordeaux, is normally known for its wine. But visit and you’ll see it has a special link to water as well.
The river that winds its way through the Dordogne region is one of the highlights of any visit. So why not experience it firsthand in a kayak!
If there’s one thing you shouldn’t miss in Budapest, it’s a trip to one of the local baths. There’s an elegance to the experience unlike anywhere else.
The heat of the summer makes the Maltese island of Gozo oppressive during the day. Luckily there’s a beautiful escape along the coastline.
Hamburg would not be the city it is today without its port. Over the centuries, it allowed Hamburg to grow. And now the water is one of its biggest assets.
Under the streets of Istanbul, an enormous vault – held up by hundreds of columns, with minimal lighting and shallow water – reminds you of a serpent!
The canal ring of Amsterdam was an engineering and cultural masterpiece when it was built. It’s fitting that it’s now included on The World Heritage List
Around the outskirts of the city of Can Tho, away from tourists, you can walk the waterways and see life in the Mekong Delta.