Don’t sneer at selfies

Kim Kardashian and van Gogh have more in common than you might think

A trip to Dracula’s birthplace won’t bleed you dry

The Transylvanian citadel that’s perfect for a budget break

How safe is a holiday to Turkey?

Political turmoil and terrorist attacks led to a decline in tourism, but holidaymakers are returning to the country

Edinburgh’s other festival

Venture beyond the Fringe for the excellent Edinburgh Art Festival

The welcome revival of the revue show

As political life becomes stranger than fiction, the satirical revue is making a comeback

Films to watch in August

What to watch in cinemas this month

Why a holiday to Luxembourg is a very good idea

An unlikely but delightful destination for a city break

The uncertain future of our summer holidays

Getting away has never been simpler, but the travel industry is unsure where to go next

Gallery: Matisse in the Studio

A preview of the Royal Academy exhibition exploring Matisse’s art and inspiration

How to get a better night’s sleep

Gin, sex and carbs will all help you get a decent kip

Summer reads for 2017

Brilliant books for the beach

The art of Waugh

A new exhibition showcases Evelyn Waugh, the visual artist

Norway: not your average skiing holiday

The arduous joy of cross-country skiing in Scandinavia

Britain’s best coastal holidays

Remember to pack your bucket and spade

It’s time to put the brakes on wheelie suitcases

A modern phenomenon that’s out of control

London’s best new hotels

From The Ned to The Nobu…

Let’s stop pointing our camera phones at every single thing

If you’re lucky enough to see something truly remarkable, keep your phone in your pocket

Indian trains: a survival guide

India’s railway is sprawling and complicated, but navigating it is worth the effort

The decline of the rock ‘n’ roll muse

Thanks to feminism and Instagram, girls don’t want to be groupies anymore

His fair lady: Givenchy on his devotion to Audrey Hepburn

The designer remembers the most elegant of creative friendships

Labour’s Game of Thrones

The power play to decide who will succeed Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader will be ruthless

Totnes, a Narnia for the New Age

What makes this Devon town such a magnet for mystics, activists and ‘cranks in edible footwear’?

How posh are the posh versions of Tinder?

The exclusive dating apps offering love at first swipe