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Though it is not the world’s biggest country, Costa Rica has five percent of the world’s biodiversity, across four mountain ranges, 800 miles of coastline, 200 volcanic formati
Fred Olsen cruise around Portugal and Spain on the Braemar

It’s a chilly November day when I arrive at the quayside in Southampton to board the Fred Olsen ship, the Braemar.Fred Olsen cruise around Portugal and Spain on the Braemar The B
Why you must make Alcudia your next holiday stop in Mallorca

Just because the lush, seafront city of Alcudia is a mere 24 square miles (60 square kilometres) that has no bearing on how much this lovely port and ancient city on the island’s
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
Walking the Alpe-Adria Trail – 750kms through Austria, Italy and Slovenia

The Alpe-Adria Trail is Europe’s newest long distance hiking route and runs for 750km from the foot of the Grossglockner (at 3,798m Austria’s highest mountain), into Slovenia a
Top 10 street foods of Northern India

For many first-time travellers to India one of the greatest pleasures is discovering its amazing street food. Surprisingly, there’s infinitely more to subcontinental cuisine than
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

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.
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

The world’s greatest tennis tournament may be known for elite athletes, celebrity spectators and strawberries and cream, but for many Wimbledon is also about queuing, tents a
Trekking the Fann Mountains in Tajikistan

here is a place where the mountains stretch up to touch the sky, turquoise lakes shimmer like jewels against a dusty backdrop, and — so they say — Bucephalus, the horse of Alex

Tagazhout, a village in southwest Morocco of Berber origin, has long survived on its fish, as well as the production of beauty products such as argan oil. Peppered with colorful ho