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5
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Explore North Wales on beautifully restored narrow-gauge steam trains. This guide takes you on an unforgettable journey on the Welsh Highland Railway ... read more »
#2/411
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5
(4 comments)
Famous the world over for his exquisite shoes, follow in the footsteps of Jimmy Choo as he shares his favourite parts of Malaysia - his treasured homeland... read more »
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Rating:
5
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Destination: Lodeve
It's spring, and sleepy Lodeve is stirring, as visitors head for this corner of Southern France. Billed as the gateway to the Mediterranean, it's quite unique, and definitely worth stopping by... read more »
#4/411
Rating:
5
(9 comments)
I've lost my heart to Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales! This small town with a village atmosphere celebrates Christmas unashamedly, appealing to the child in me as I join in the torch-lit procession... read more »
#5/411
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4.833335
(7 comments)
The Canal du Midi meanders gently through Languedoc, picking up and dropping off boat passengers en route. For landlubbers, equally gentle options lie beyond: the wines and slow inclines of Minervois... read more »
#6/411
Rating:
5
(3 comments)
Destination: Budapest
Trip type: Short Break, Spa
Budapest is the spa capital of Europe. Its Turkish baths, palatial Art Nouveau spas and five-star hotel complexes offer swimming, beauty treatments and even games of chess!... read more »
#7/411
Rating:
5
(7 comments)
New York is a uniquely idiosyncratic city - and it's almost impossible to chart in a simple travel guide. The only advice? Make sure you know Fifth and Seventh Avenues!... read more »
#8/411
Rating:
5
(4 comments)
Destination: Salou
With miles of golden sand, great food, big city sights and a theme park to rival the best America has to offer why travel any further?... read more »
#9/411
Rating:
5
(5 comments)
Destination: Fes
An amazing city break in its own right, Fes can also act as a base for a week unearthing the mixture of history and landscapes nestling in the foothills of the Middle Atlas... read more »
#10/411
Rating:
4.75
(9 comments)
East and West meet in Germany's tranquil Moselle River Valley, offering rest, relaxation and an unexpected taste of India at the Parkschlößchen Ayurvedic Spa ... read more »
#11/411
Rating:
4.8
(7 comments)
Steam engines, steep gradients, Pullman carriages and gorgeous scenery. Welcome to the Ffestiniog Railway; a wonderful way to explore North Wales ... read more »
#12/411
Rating:
4.666665
(8 comments)
Photographers, artists, fossil hunters, lovers of our stunningly varied English coastline; just some of the people who've discovered the North Yorkshire village of Runswick Bay and come back for more.... read more »
#13/411
Rating:
4.75
(11 comments)
Think of Sicily, think of the Maf.... No. let's not mention it. Instead, think of sun, sand, hospitable people and glorious, glorious cuisine... read more »
#14/411
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
The Okanagan valley in British Columbia is home to more than 100 wineries that pull in plenty of tourists in summer. But other seasons have advantages for wine-loving tourists too... read more »
#15/411
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Destination: Barcelona
Trip type: Family, Short Break
Combine the theme park thrills of PortAventura with the cosmopolitan attractions of Barcelona, and you've got the ingredients for a perfect family holiday... read more »
#16/411
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Destination: Lowestoft, Southwold, Dunwich
Trip type: Eco, Family
The county of Suffolk is a place of many treasures - some of them utterly unexpected... read more »
#17/411
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
So many visitors to Tenerife just stick to the familiar tourist hotspots in the south - but if you venture inland and take to the hills, you'll see an altogether more dramatic side of the island... read more »
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Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Destination: Broadstairs
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Broadstairs has so much to offer, from summer festivals and rock pools on the beach to the best ice cream parlour for miles - you certainly won't be bored... read more »
#19/411
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Cape Town boasts its own Big Five to rival those of the South African bush. Baboons, dassies, penguins, seals and even Great White sharks can be seen in and around the city boundaries... read more »
#20/411
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
A flotilla holiday is a relaxing way to sail – most of the time, anyway. Joining the fleet in Skiathos, we set a course for Loutraki, the bay of Pelagos and a hilltop restaurant high above Glossa... read more »
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