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4.8
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Destination: London
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Home to artists and intellectuals in the 1930s and the University of London today, Bloomsbury's Georgian garden squares, museums and galleries are well known, but there are hidden spots to discover... read more »
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5
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Destination: Berlin, Germany
Germany: Berlin is an all dancing, all singing, vibrant city, sadly with a turbulent history. Taking a few hours out and walking the Berlin Wall is 'living history' and well worth the effort... read more »
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4
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Don't waste precious sightseeing hours with indecision about where to slake a thirst or silence a rumbling stomach - just head straight for these top spots to eat and drink in New York... read more »
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4
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Montreal's winter temperature often dips well below zero. But from ice-skating and husky-sledding to Canada's cosiest and friendliest bars, this snowy wonderland has plenty to keep the heart pumping... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Mexico City, Oaxaca
Trip type: Activity, Eco, Gap Year
Ever wondered what Mexico is like beyond the tourist traps of the Yucatan Peninsula? On my ten day trip I found out - rich in history, colourful in culture, and spectacular in nature... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Newquay
Newquay hits the headlines in summer for its waves and wild parties. But visitors also flock to this Cornish gem for the ocean walks and views, historic hotels and the Britain's best fish and chips... read more »
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4
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If you can tear yourself away from the magnetic charms of Princes St and get off the train a stop earlier at Haymarket in the capital’s West End, you might have made a decision you won't regret... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Naples, Pompeii
Trip type: Short Break
Naples is dirty, rubbish-strewn, full of shouting locals and Mafioso bosses wearing sunglasses, but it also has a strange charm. Go there, and fall in love... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Inverness
The sparkling River Ness, restaurants to die for, a Victorian market and the best dolphin watching in the UK are just a few of the gems on offer in Inverness... read more »
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3.5
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One of the most popular cities in the world, New York is also one of the most efficient at separating tourists from their dollars. If money's tight, check out these tips for visiting on a budget... read more »
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Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: Murcia, Archena
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Rich in culture and a sightseer’s paradise, Murcia is an essential stop on the itinerary of visitors who want a real taste of southeastern Spain... read more »
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Rating:
3
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Destination: Paris
Trip type: Short Break
Paris is often described as a city for romance, but it also makes the perfect getaway from your partner. Just don’t forget to go home afterwards... ... read more »
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Rating:
3
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Destination: Dubai
Dubai never used to be value for money, but as hotel prices drop and the summer heat retreats, Dubai is desperate for visitors, making it the number one destination for winter – whatever your budget... read more »
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Rating:
3
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Destination: Amsterdam
Trip type: Activity, Cultural
Beyond the drugs, stags and dancing girls, take a look through the hazy exterior and discover how Amsterdam has a lot to offer the fussiest of traveller... read more »
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2
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Destination: Jelsa
For a chance to explore the Croatian road less traveled, stay at a secluded campsite on the beautiful Hvar island, where adventure travellers are well rewarded for their efforts!... read more »
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Destination: Osaka
A 24-hour Japanese metropolis may conjure up images of a bleak, Bladerunner-esque, neon-lit landscape - but the reality of Osaka is a wonderful blend of the traditional and the ultra-modern... read more »
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It's right to acknowledge Hiroshima's past – but not to dwell on it. The hectic, joyful city with a strong food culture is an hour from the Miyajima temples and accessible from Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo... read more »
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