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Rating:
4.8
(6 comments)
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 »
#2/11
Rating:
4.75
(4 comments)
Destination: Plymouth
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
With a beautiful Devon setting, lashings of historical attractions to explore, and some great places to eat, Plymouth makes the perfect place for a weekend break... read more »
#3/11
Rating:
5
(1 comment)
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 »
#4/11
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Destination: Berlin
Berlin's culinary scene boasts diversity, unique venues and reasonable prices. Eat at all hours in the city by following my advice... read more »
#5/11
Rating:
3.5
(2 comments)
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 »
#6/11
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 »
#7/11
Rating:
3
(4 comments)
Destination: Singapore
Steeped in history yet firmly rooted in the 21st century, Singapore is a multi-faceted city where East meets West and old contrasts with new... read more »
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Rating:
3
(5 comments)
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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Rating:
0
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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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A frequent visitor reveals it's hotspots and shares a naked encounter with the country’s biggest export... read more »
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