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4.25
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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 »
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4
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Destination: Bologna
Piazzas, palaces, pasta and porticoes: there's so much going on in beautiful Bologna that it can be difficult to know where to start... read more »
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4
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A pilgrimage by train from Barcelona to the mosque at Cordoba reaps a golden surprise. Then on to Cadiz, where the gold-domed cathedral looks down over a very different city... read more »
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4
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However you pronounce it, Basel in Switzerland is pretty much the perfect continental city break... read more »
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4
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If you’ve followed the guidebooks and done all the tourist things before, give yourself a break on your next trip to Liverpool and do what locals do: hang out, eat well, stroll the streets… and potter... read more »
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4
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A family holiday in Constantine Bay with activities to suit all... read more »
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4
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Fancy joining the no-fly zone? Take the ferry to Santander and arrive rested and relaxed, ready to explore the stunning Cantabrian coastline.... read more »
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3
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Destination: London
Gatekeeper to centuries of history, South Kensington is the place to explore new things and admire humankind's achievements. Here's my guide to its museums... read more »
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3
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Strasbourg is probably the ultimate European City, combining French and German cultures. Fine dining, fine wine and fine buildings are on offer... read more »
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3
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When summer arrived we always headed for Europe. This time we forsook France and headed for a holiday cottage in the Cotswolds, by way of Dover and Kent ... read more »
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