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Belvedere Palace

The revamping of Vienna

Destination: Vienna

Discover a new vibe in this old city. Forget café culture - Vienna is now dancing to a new tune where modern art, innovative music and fusion cuisine take centre stage

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Old town

Spotlight on Rimini

Destination: Rimini

Golden beaches, sparkling Adriatic waters and a rich Roman history. No wonder home-grown director Fellini immortalised the popular seaside resort of Rimini in his films

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Stonehaven Bay, Tobago

Tranquil Tobago: welcome to paradise

Destination: Tobago

Tobago is a Caribbean gem, with pristine beaches, protected rainforests, abundant bird life and great food. Above all, though, it has wonderful people keen for you to enjoy their fabulous island

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Perfect Pollensa

Destination: Pollenca

Far from the madding crowds, Pollensa in north Mallorca is perfect for families who want peace, quiet, sun and sea, but also good food and great wine

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Corte Palmieri, Gallipoli

Undiscovered Puglia

Destination: Puglia

Billed as ‘the new Tuscany’, Puglia in Italy is famous for its food, beaches – and Brits staying in restored masserias (farmhouses). To avoid the crowds, head for coastal Gallipoli or Martina Franca

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View of Mt Etna from Taormina. Photo: Assessorato al Turismo Regione Siciliana

Tristan Welch's Sicily

Destination: Sicily

The zestiest lemons, the fruitiest olive oils, the most amazing anchovies... if you love food, you can't help but love Sicily too. Here's a chef's guide to the gastro goodies on offer

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View of the Tuscan hills from Siena

Siena: Tuscan treasures

Destination: Siena

The ancient city of Siena has spectacular culture, wonderful food and a quiet contentment - all of which make it an absorbing but relaxing getaway

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Spectacular Singapore

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Destination: Singapore

Singapore has a reputation for being strait-laced and worthy of little more than a stopover. But its futuristic skyscrapers, colonial history and street foods make it unmissable in its own right

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