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4.846155
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Destination: Venice
Planning a trip to Venice? Here are some unusual suggestions and tips you probably won't find in your guidebook, including some of our favourite places to eat... read more »
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5
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If Croatia is the new Italy, then the Istrian peninsular is Italy in miniature – Venetian architecture, Roman remains, beach-life, great food and drink – see it all by hopping from resort to resort...... read more »
#3/61
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4.666665
(3 comments)
Destination: Playa Blanca
In the words of Cesar Manrique, the island's visionary son, Lanzarote is like an untamed, unmounted work of art – and he held it up for all to see ... read more »
#4/61
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4.666665
(3 comments)
Destination: Malaga
More familiar as the gateway to the Costa del Sol, the breezy Mediterranean port of Malaga is also a perfect spot for art-lovers to while away a weekend... read more »
#5/61
Rating:
4.555555
(12 comments)
Destination: Chester
Come dine with me around the Roman city of Chester and find out where you can find a bargain bite to eat during your city break... read more »
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5
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Buenos Aires is South America's great foodie playground, saturated in sophistication and pulsating constantly to the beat of the tango... read more »
#7/61
Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Destination: Toronto
Trip type: Short Break
Canada’s largest city is also one of North America’s most vibrant communities. From bustling markets to some of the world’s outstanding art collections, Toronto has it all... read more »
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5
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Destination: Gdansk
Trip type: Cultural
There is more to the charming Polish city of Gdansk than being the birthplace of Solidarity... read more »
#9/61
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Destination: Brooklyn
Trip type: Cultural, Family, Shopping
There’s more to the Big Apple than Manhattan - and Brooklyn has the lion’s share of what the rest of New York City has to offer... read more »
#10/61
Rating:
5
(1 comment)
The beauty and history of Krakow, with its magical town square and royal palace, is in stark contrast to the horrors of nearby Auschwitz. Visit both, and feel the ecstasy and agony of Poland... read more »
#11/61
Rating:
4.5
(4 comments)
Destination: Bergamo
Sitting at the base of the foothills of the Alps, Bergamo is really two cities in one. The beautiful old Città Alta, with its defensive walls, towers above the modern Citta Bassa below... read more »
#12/61
Rating:
4.25
(4 comments)
A rich blend of cultures and influences have played their part in making Seville the magnificent city it is today, with charming old quarters, beautiful gardens and stunning historical attractions... read more »
#13/61
Rating:
4.2
(5 comments)
Destination: Sanaa
Trip type: Cultural, Road Trip
There were plenty of people who warned us off going to Yemen, but we chose to ignore them - and discovered an architectural wonder forgotten by time, plus a whole lot of fun... read more »
#14/61
Rating:
4.166665
(6 comments)
Barcelona has something for everyone - families, food-lovers, culture buffs, beach babes, romantic couples, or anyone who just wants a short break somewhere exciting, vibrant and very European... read more »
#15/61
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
Destination: Krakow
Poland's second city Krakow offers architecture, history, great food, vodka and Europe's best dressed dogs... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Palermo
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
The Sicilian capital of Palermo is an amazing mixture of Arab, Byzantine and Italian – a busy city, where the traffic never slows down, and life never stops ... read more »
#17/61
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Chania
Trip type: Beach, Shopping
The old Venetian seaport of Chania, on the northwest coast of Crete, oozes history - but with restaurants and clubs that are buzzing into the early hours, it's full of life, too... read more »
#18/61
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Many backpackers in Cambodia do Angkor in a day – but its temples, reflected in lotus ponds and merging with the jungle, will keep you enthralled for three. Hiring a bike is the way to see them... read more »
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Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Modernist architect Antoni Gaudí left his mark firmly on Barcelona. Escape the crowds on Las Ramblas to follow his trail, from the undulating paths of the Parc Guell to the 'melting' Sagrada Familia... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Barcelona, Sitges
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
As well as being the birthplace of Spanish bubbly, Catalonia is also the place to discover some amazing modernista masterpieces... read more »
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