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Destination: Dublin
Dublin makes for one of the most enjoyable short breaks in Europe - and now, for the first time in a decade, there are bargains to be had... read more »
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Times may be tough - but there are bargains to be had, even at the luxury end of the market. Here are my tips for top hotel breaks in Ireland that won't break the bank... read more »
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Destination: Edinburgh
Eat your way around Edinburgh and you'll dismiss all the old clichés about Scottish food as you discover a capital city brimming with Michelin-acclaimed eateries and first-rate restaurants... read more »
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Destination: Sliema, Valletta
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break, Spa
Whether relaxation or stimulation, there's an island in the Mediterranean that has it all... ... read more »
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With its quiet campsites shaded by pines, its beautiful people and glorious Basque cuisine, South-west France offers more than just good surf and beaches. Head for Mimizan, Hossegor and Guéthary... read more »
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Friendly people, great food, some of the most uncrowded and beautiful sites of antiquity... all this and more awaits anyone who ventures east to Syria... read more »
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The ultimate in family holiday destinations, Orlando is really just one big theme park for kids of all ages, with something to offer everyone from adrenaline junkies to animal lovers to shopaholics... read more »
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In backpacker circles, Los Angeles has a wildly undeserved reputation. Dismissed as culture-less, impersonal and drab – a highly unpopular choice. Want to know why this is wrong? Read on…... read more »
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Destination: Dundee
What have Desperate Dan and Captain Scott got in common? The answer is Dundee, so if you think Scotland’s fourth city has little going for it, other than a history of boiling marmalade, think again... read more »
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Having lost its bad-boy image, this affordable, exciting resort is just what the recession doctor prescribed. Count the pennies and the skiing bonanza will look after itself... read more »
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Destination: Valencia, El Palmar
Trip type: Food and Drink
With thousands of bars, cafeterias and restaurants, there's fabulous food to be had in Valencia - you just need to know the right places to look...... read more »
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Destination: Tenerife
From a sunset above the clouds to a shark-infested parrot park, the Canary Island favourite has much more to offer than all year sunshine, sand and cheap booze... read more »
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Destination: Malmo
Fabulous architecture, a castle, pavement cafes, great pubs and restaurants, Malmö - where old conflicts have given way to the modern vision of European cooperation ... read more »
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Melbourne might have a chilled mellow exterior, but this city takes its food seriously. Dig a little deeper and you will discover a melting-pot of exciting flavours and a vibrant exciting food scene... read more »
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Destination: Sydney
Trip type: Cultural
A world of exciting contemporary art has just arrived in Sydney, Australia - and is there until August. Visit the thought-provoking works to see the best - or maybe the worst - of today’s art ... read more »
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Destination: Hua Hin
Trip type: Beach, Winter Sun
On the sunrise coast of the Gulf of Siam sits Hua Hin, one of Thailand’s hidden gems, where the Thai royal family have a summer palace right on the beach.... read more »
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A book about the £53 million pound Securitas robbery has just been published and a film is due to hit the screens, so get on the heist trail in Kent and explore the locations where the crime unfolded... read more »
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Destination: Cannes
Trip type: Short Break
Yes, Cannes is best known for its ritzy annual film festival - but for the non-A-listers among us, it makes a great weekend break destination at any time of year... read more »
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A trip to the Jordanian Dead Sea offers two memorable “travel musts”: a visit to the lowest solid ground on earth, 420 metres below sea level and an opportunity to float on one of the saltiest seas... read more »
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Today’s cruise ships can provide a perfect family holiday, where every day is different and everyone can do just what they want... read more »
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