The Foreign & Commonwealth Office website offers welcome travel advice on a country-by-country basis
Kitsch it may be in places - but America's south-east coast holds plenty of allure for the traveller.
The last frontier for many British tourists: the mix of uncommonly beautiful sights and common languages should have tempted more of us over the years.
Emulating Kerouac can often lead to taking a long, long ride with yourself.
Currently celebrating its 400th anniversary, Quebec City has it all, including a rich history, says James Stone
Route 66 – A classic American roadtrip.
The bright lights of the Big Apple continue to attract Britons, with regular air services helping to keep travel costs down.
Driving along State Highway 101 in California becomes an unforgettable experience.
Boston actually has many pleasant delights to be enjoyed in October, contrary to popular belief
It's not all about trains; the good old road-trip can be just as memorable, explains James Stone