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54 days ago
How to do Europe on a shoestring budget
How to do Europe on a shoestring budget

Europe has plenty to surprise even the most well-travelled.

54 days ago
Farewell to luxury, but hello speed
Farewell to luxury, but hello speed

A new standard class only service from London to Edinburgh is set to overturn a tradition of luxury rail travel that began in Victorian times.

54 days ago
Go back home, Spanish locals tell tourists
Go back home, Spanish locals tell tourists

While terrorism fears are driving customers away from other Mediterranean destinations, Spain and Portugal are reaping a bonanza.

57 days ago
The Force Awakens sleepy Irish village
The Force Awakens sleepy Irish village

The plot for the next Star Wars film is guarded more closely than the Death Star, but it will feature plenty of Irish mist and rain.

57 days ago
How to live like a movie star in Cannes
How to live like a movie star in Cannes

Cannes is the ultimate festival town, where boat shows, regattas and concerts combine with a curvaceous bay, sandy beaches and dazzling light.

58 days ago
Why London’s Greenwich is the place to be
Why London’s Greenwich is the place to be

Greenwich welcomes throngs of tourists every year to mingle with a thriving community.

59 days ago
Weird places to stay: Spend the night in a fort
Weird places to stay: Spend the night in a fort

It's basically your own private island for a weekend - just make sure you go with some people you like!.

59 days ago
Croatian jewel waiting to be discovered
Croatian jewel waiting to be discovered

Today, Losinj is known as the 'island of wellness and vitality'. Yet it has declined from its Belle Époque pomp.

59 days ago
After 116 years, Paris to scrap Metro tickets
After 116 years, Paris to scrap Metro tickets

The classic Parisian Métro ticket is to be phased out as part of a €400-million overhaul of the French capital's public transport network.

24 May '16, 5:00pm
Get lost in the British Isles
Get lost in the British Isles

With around 5 000 islands scattered around the coastline and beyond, reaching some of the more remote outposts can be an adventure in itself.

24 May '16, 06:02am
The ghost town in the shadows of Chernobyl
The ghost town in the shadows of Chernobyl

Missing from maps, Orbita hides in the pine forests of central Ukraine, abandoned after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster but now filling with families.

23 May '16, 10:30am
Coming soon: The bar that only sells water
Coming soon: The bar that only sells water

London department store Selfridges is soon to open Britain's first water-only cocktail venue.

20 May '16, 2:00pm
Why winter is the sexiest season
Why winter is the sexiest season

'Why do I love winter? Because it has everything that summer doesn't!' [VIDEO].

20 May '16, 10:30am
A pick of Paris’ best local restaurants
A pick of Paris’ best local restaurants

Richard Vines asks some of France's most celebrated chefs for pointers on casual places to eat great food at reasonable prices.

20 May '16, 05:49am
Cats, catacombs, forts and flowers
Cats, catacombs, forts and flowers

Adrian Rorvik continues on his whirlwind journey through the enigmatic city of Istanbul.