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Recife has shed its iffy reputation to become one of northeast Brazil’s key tourist attractions. Visit during carnival and discover a city brimming with colour, culture and caipirinhas... read more »
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Exploring a city built on hills and dancing the night away can take its toll on just about anyone. But I can assure you the pain is worth every minute spent in beautiful, seductive Lisbon... read more »
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The sleepy riverside town of Gualeguaychu, north of Buenos Aires, bursts into life every weekend from January to March – the second-largest Carnival in Latin America, after Rio de Janeiro's... read more »
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With roaming peacocks, open-air sculptures and dancing on the streets, Oviedo, Woody Allen’s favourite Spanish city, is a wonderful place to let your imagination run wild... read more »
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Destination: Edinburgh
Real bars. No themes. No DJs. Just locals chatting with great beer, some live Scottish music and wild Scottish dancing.... read more »
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It's a US city renowned for its live music scene, a great farmers' market and cafés where you can chill out with a Grande caramel macchiato. Best of all, many of its cultural events are free ... read more »
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Rio is famous for its beaches, its beautiful people and its nightlife. If you want to party, you've come to the right place... read more »
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Destination: Dublin
Do you like drinking, dancing or drama? Whatever your mood, follow this guide to discover the best Dublin has to offer... read more »
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Destination: Milan
Milan has plenty of places to party, from huge rave clubs to tiny backstreet bars and chic, sleek cocktail lounges. Fashion moves fast here, with the in-crowd following word-of-mouth recommendations.... read more »
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