Bologna's original medieval market streets are still lined with shops selling produce, meat and cheese.
Boeing shows off its latest by turning an endurance test into an "invisible skywriting" stunt.
A centuries-old pilgrimage path is still in use; Italy wants it to get UNESCO recognition...and funding.
Ian Cook shares beautiful macros of the assortment of flowers he found growing wild on the Canary Islands while hiking there.
Travel Rob shows us The Ringling in Sarasota, Florida
French cities and towns are reducing their traffic lights, and relying on other means for pedestrian safety and to speed up traffic.
Rides of just over a kilometer cost half the old minimum, although rates for longer rides are up. But it's good news for visitors.
A local official champions sleep over tradition, and wants bells turned off during the night.
Samantha takes us to see one of America's newest and most unusual State Capitol buildings.
GarryRF shows us the beach at Bournemouth. Voted #1 in the UK, with 7 miles of golden sand and beautiful surroundings it has remained at the top for years!
The capsule is actually a fabulous fake, created by a Scottsdale artist, but that hasn't stopped it from attracting visitors.
Its the 150th anniversary of one of the world's best-loved musical works.
A ramble with PHeymont through Chile's historic premier port city, now reviving commercially and as a tourism destination.
A peaceful sunset on the popular quayside in Newcastle upon Tyne
Some photos from Iceland taken this week.