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San Sebastian

A foodie weekend in San Sebastián

From Michelin stars to pintxo bars, the Spanish city of San Sebastián is a place to spoil your tastebuds silly, with something for all budgets and tastes

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Al Bicerin, doyenne of Turin's coffee shops

Turin: a tasty town

Destination: Turin

Turin is a fine baroque city that offers lovers of good food and wine a wealth of gastro treats to choose from

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A gourmet guide to Wellington

Destination: Wellington

It's easy to develop a taste for Wellington, with a wealth of food-focused experiences on offer in New Zealand’s capital

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Touring a vineyard

Touring South Africa's Cape Winelands - A Wine Lover's Guide

Destination: South Africa

The Cape Winelands of South Africa may just be the most enjoyable wine-touring oasis on the planet, with great hotels to stay in and plenty of other activities on offer as well as drinking wine

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Eating out on a budget in London

Destination: London

London is an expensive city but you can still eat out cheaply. For under £10 you can try a range of different cuisines, and you can even eat at a Michelin-starred restaurant for under £20

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Lyon on a budget

Destination: Lyon

Don’t let the weak pound spoil your fun in France’s gastronomic capital

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Fine dining afloat, on a Mediterranean cruise

Destination: Soulac-sur-Mer

Cruising and eating go together like Laurel and Hardy - but even the great, food-loving Oliver himself would have been outfaced by Crystal Cruises’ Ultimate Vintage Room Dinner

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Disney works its magic on a cruise

Destination: Port Canaveral

Children will love cruising Disney-style but its ships are every bit as entertaining for adults, too, and the seamless holidays also include a stay at Walt Disney World

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Venice sunset

A taste of the east in Venice

Destination: Venice

Eating out in Venice is notoriously hit and miss, with too many mediocre restaurants dishing up uninspiring tourist fare - but I've found a little local gem that's well worth booking

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Bluff your way through a French wine-tasting

Destination: France

There is no better way to buy French wine than direct from the maker’s vineyard. Here’s how to swill, sniff, spit and talk like an expert, and the best hotels to stay in

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