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25 days ago
PICS: Spain’s messy Tomatina food fight
PICS: Spain’s messy Tomatina food fight

Thousands of revellers threw about 150 000kg of tomatoes at each other for the annual 'Tomatina' food fight in the Spanish town of Bunol.

27 days ago
Little luxuries in the Peak District
Little luxuries in the Peak District

Situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park, Dannah Cottages is in the perfect location for enjoying the best of the southern Peaks.

27 days ago
5 reasons why a guided Euro holiday rocks
5 reasons why a guided Euro holiday rocks

Pentravel's CEO Sean Hough suggests why a guided European holiday is so much more fun.

28 days ago
Italian artist leaves no stone unturned
Italian artist leaves no stone unturned

Luigi Lineri's home workshop is covered in stones, resembling animal heads, human faces and other forms.

28 days ago
French tourism industry ‘on its knees’
French tourism industry ‘on its knees’

Paris tourism chiefs demand rescue plan as attacks scare off visitors to the City of Lights.

29 days ago
The ghost of Spanish poets past
The ghost of Spanish poets past

Edmund Vallance travels to the craggy, sun-cracked region of Andalusia, to follow in one of Spain's most celebrated poet's footsteps.

30 days ago
A museum dedicated to JFK in the heart of Berlin
A museum dedicated to JFK in the heart of Berlin

Why does Berlin have a museum devoted, in essence, to one speech, however historic? Debra Bruno finds out.

31 days ago
Curious tourists head for 'Jihadist hub' Molenbeek
Curious tourists head for 'Jihadist hub' Molenbeek

Molenbeek in Brussels has become an unlikely tourist draw - and not just for those with ghoulish tastes.

32 days ago
Visitor warning: No sunbathing close to cliff edge
Visitor warning: No sunbathing close to cliff edge

UK's Jurassic Coast beaches face closure if visitors fail to use their 'common sense'.