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Chase the Northern Lights this winter in Iceland

Although just a tiny dot on the world map, Iceland is a country with attitude. It is known as “the land of fire and ice” due to its remarkable frozen glaciers and abundance of
Follow the Jane Austen trail across Britain

t’s the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and Britain is celebrating. Even the Bank of England has produced a new £10 notewhich features a portrait of this most proli
Barcelona Travel Guide

What city in the world could be more perfect than Barcelona? With its cosmopolitan feel, relaxed pace of life, breathtaking architecture, fantastic gastronomy, and unbeatable clima
On the Road: The Tour de France

This summer the world’s most famous cycle race pedals off from Dusseldorf on 1 July. For the next three weeks, elite cyclists will compete stage by stage as they loop around Germ
24 Hours in San Sebastian, Basque Country, Spain

It’s no longer a secret: San Sebastian, European Capital of Culture in 2016, is a gastronomic gem in a land of spectacular food. If you’re planning on spending 24 hours in thi
Commute with nature on this bus turned into a lush forest

Public transportation has never been so leafy. Residents and visitors to Taiwan can now experience a new kind of commute on Taipei’s “forest bus.” A local florist
The Five Best Temples in Hong Kong

Ditch the shopping malls and skyscrapers and delve into the city’s rich cultural heritage with a visit to one of Hong Kong’s top five temples. Nowhere is better to learn all th

Ok, I admit it. Even though I had never visited, I was one of those who was cynical when the city of Hull (full name Kingston upon Hull) was crowned UK Capital of Culture 2017.
Why your next holiday should be in Nicaragua

But these days tales of contra rebels from Bianca Jagger’s homeland are being replaced by tales of undeniable natural beauty of its lakes, volcanoes (out of the 26, six are still
How to see Uganda’s mountain gorillas

It’s not every day that a gorilla is let loose on London’s Trafalgar Square. But then visitors to the square last month soon realised that all was not as it seemed. Although
Hyde Park Barracks Museum

Convict architect Francis Greenway designed this squarish, decorously Georgian structure (1819) as convict quarters. Fifty thousand men and boys sentenced to transportation passe
Unforgettable road trips on Australia’s East Coast

Australia’s East Coast offers plenty to get excited about for road-tripping explorers. Along sun-bleached blacktop, you’ll find picture-perfect beaches, hip cities, lush rainfo