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5
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Destination: Ghent
For some unfathomable reason, mass tourism has not arrived in Ghent…yet. Find out why Europe's biggest city in the 14th century is its most underrated in the 21st.... read more »
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4.75
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Granada is best known for the Alhambra and the Albayzin. But it has another big selling point, too - bet you didn't know that a night on the town would earn you a free dinner!... read more »
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Destination: Auckland
The Auckland landscape is dominated by dormant volcanoes, affording a convenient and inexpensive way to take in the striking views of New Zealand’s largest city and its maritime environment... read more »
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5
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Afternoon tea at the Ritz may be the ultimate London cliché. So, why not avoid the uptight dress code and head for an equally glamorous alternative to indulge in the epitome in English dining?... read more »
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5
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With a thriving young community, world-class restaurants and an endless supply of must-see attractions, there's so much more to Rotterdam than its famous shipping port... read more »
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4.5
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Destination: Zagreb
Make the most of a short break in Croatia’s capital with this guide to the architecture, cafés, restaurants, sights and places to stay... read more »
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4.5
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Calm, clean and cultured, with an incredibly beautiful setting, Geneva is nothing short of gorgeous. It's also the perfect base for boat trips on the lake and scenic train rides high into the Alps... read more »
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4.4
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In elegant Jerez instead of wine, women and song, read sherry, flamenco and dancing horses... read more »
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4.5
(2 comments)
Tel Aviv is a foodie's paradise - a fine fusion of European and Middle Eastern cuisine. And low-cost flights have made a weekend discovery tour for the taste buds affordable... read more »
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4.5
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The problem with short breaks is often just that - so much to see, but not enough time. Laszlo Varga is the man to meet if you want to hit the ground running in the Hungarian capital of Budapest... read more »
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4.333335
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Destination: Krakow
While perhaps not as popular as Prague or Budapest, Krakow, the former capital city of Poland, boasts several UNESCO World Heritage sites - plus culture, scenery and great food and drink too!... read more »
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4.166665
(6 comments)
Barcelona has something for everyone - families, food-lovers, culture buffs, beach babes, romantic couples, or anyone who just wants a short break somewhere exciting, vibrant and very European... read more »
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4
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Destination: Munich
If you thought Munich was only for Oktoberfest, think again. Go during the summer months, and it makes a great city break for all the family - with maybe just the odd litre of lager along the way...... read more »
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4
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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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4
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Small but perfectly formed, with a vibrant nightlife, West Hollywood is every bit as exclusive as its more famous LA neighbours. Here's where to stay, eat, drink and hang out in cosmopolitan WeHo... read more »
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4
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Destination: Bath
Bath is ideal for a weekend break, with great food, relaxing spas and interesting historical sights. It's also the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside and nearby charming villages... read more »
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4
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Destination: Malaga
Málaga is often considered little more than a gateway airport to the sunny beaches of the Costa del Sol, but there's more to it than that - this is a city that oozes culture, history and Spanish style... read more »
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4
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Destination: Trier
If classical architecture, wine and historic sights on every street corner are your thing, you opt for a short break in Rome, don’t you? Nein! Get yourself on a plane to Trier – Germany's oldest city... read more »
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4
(3 comments)
Bruges has more to offer than just chocolate or beer, and can be just as romantic as the likes of Paris or Rome.... read more »
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4
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Soak up Berlin's compelling atmosphere and take in countless historic sights before hitting the trendy bars and restaurants for cocktails and cabaret in this coolest of cities... read more »
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