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Coba Pyramid

Yucatan Peninsula: what holiday dreams are made of

Destination: Coba

In need of an escape? Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula - with its beautiful sandy beaches to relax on, fascinating Mayan ruins to explore, and cool cenotes to swim in - may be just what you're after

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Cathedral Night

Salta, Argentina - heart of the incredible north west

Destination: Argentina

Salta is the most colonial city in Argentina yet still retains much Inca and Pre-Colombian influence. Discover how to start your voyage around the incredible north west, with Salta as your base

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Relaxing in the bath

Monkeying around in Nagano

Destination: Japan

During the winter months, the mountainous area of Nagano, in Japan, is famous not only for skiing and snowboarding, but also for bathing macaques, who hang out in their own private hot spring

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Djemaa el-Fna

Mosey around Marrakech

by Doyle

Destination: Marrakech

The magic of the Marrakech Medina lies in its twists and turns. However, there is no need to get lost, simply follow my advice to find the best sights

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Changing of the guards

Toddling around Oslo

Destination: Oslo

Looking for a city break with small children in tow? Oslo would definitely be in my top three destinations. I have recently returned and would like to share my experience and inspire you to visit

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Trieste's Canal Grande

Resort hopping around Croatia's Istrian peninsula

by rfield

Destination: Pula

If Croatia is the new Italy, then the Istrian peninsular is Italy in miniature – Venetian architecture, Roman remains, beach-life, great food and drink – see it all by hopping from resort to resort...

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Borchardt

Around the clock dining in Berlin

Destination: Berlin

Berlin's culinary scene boasts diversity, unique venues and reasonable prices. Eat at all hours in the city by following my advice

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View from the terrace of Blue Hayes Hotel (© Blue Hayes)

St Ives: the art of the possible

Destination: St Ives

Summer may be over, but St Ives, the resort-cum-art colony on the southwest tip of England, is open for business year-round nowadays. Even in winter, there is a healthy charm about the place.

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The art of Malaga

Destination: Malaga

More familiar as the gateway to the Costa del Sol, the breezy Mediterranean port of Malaga is also a perfect spot for art-lovers to while away a weekend

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The impressive main entrance at Tate Modern

London: the free art gallery guide

Destination: London

London can be an expensive place to visit, but there is a wealth of culture in and around the city that need not cost a penny. Art lovers on a tight budget in the capital are simply spoilt for choice

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