Joe Worthington

Joe Worthington is a multi-published travel writer and a successful political journalist, editor & analyst with hundreds of commissions in his portfolio. Joe has worked with clients across the whole spectrum ranging from inflight magazines to the European Parliament and UNESCO. He is always on the lookout for new work opportunities and loves to travel whenever he has the opportunity to do so. You can find more of his work via his Twitter handle: @travelwith_joe.

Above: Dubai's skyline from the water (Photo: Peter Fuchs/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Dubai

Welcome to Dubai, the home of luxury, excess and world record breaking feats of engineering!

Above: Skyline of the Old City at the Western Wall and Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel. (Photo: Sean Pavone/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Jerusalem

Jerusalem, the city of Religion and culture welcomes all! Here’s what to do when you only have 48 hours in the …

Above: The Monte Carlo Casino (Photo: Matej Kastelic/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo, the home of wealth, luxury and sun is a great place to rub shoulders with some of the world’s top celebr…

Above: The United Nations was established in Geneva in 1947 and is the second largest UN office (Photo: Martin Good/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Geneva

The world comes together in the home of cool. Welcome to Geneva!

Above: The Jemaa el Fna Square at sunset in Marrakesh, Morocco (Photo: posztos/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Marrakech

Souks, smells, spices and sounds galore in this legendary Moroccan city.

Above: The colour buildings of Nyhavn in Copehnagen, Denmark (Photo: Oleksiy Mark/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Copenhagen

Hej from Copenhagen, the city of history and culture right at the heart of Europe.

Gibraltar on a sunny day seen from across the bay (Photo: robert paul van beets/Shutterstock)

48 Hours In Gibraltar

Gibraltar, often described as Britain in the sun… but with sun all year round!

Above: Al Alam Palace in old Muscat, Oman (Photo: Shutterstock/Pepj)

48 Hours In Muscat

Welcome to Muscat, the home of powerful Sultans, luxurious living and historic forts.