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Genoa Piazza de Ferrari

Travel Guide: 24 hours in Genoa, Italy

The birthplace of Christopher Columbus is a fascinating mix of urban life and medieval history. Get your walking shoes and check out Genoa.
Rasa Gurukul

Rasa Gurukul: a new eco spiritual retreat in Kerala, India

Living well is an art form and one that can be experienced and learned at Rasa Gurukul, a newly opened Indian eco retreat in the Kerala.
Lake in Faskally Wood, Scotland

10 of the best places to see Britain’s Autumn colours

From late September and throughout October it's all abut fiery reds and golden yellows of turning leaves. Here are 10 places to enjoy Britain’s autumn.
Traditional Talo

Restaurant Review: The Bottomless Brunch at Eneko London

Michelin starred chef Eneko Atxa may well be offering the most elegant bottomless brunch in London at his restaurant Eneko at One Aldwych.
vaccine

Worldwide shortage of Hepatitis A and B Vaccinations: I’m travelling soon, what should I...

Hepatitis A/B vaccines are usually recommended to people travelling to areas of the world where there is poor hygiene and sanitation.
playing puppies

Celebrate National Dog Day at these dog-friendly hotels in the UK

August 26 is National Dog Day, so what better way to show your four-legged friend how much you love them than by treating them to a break.
Sziget Festival Budapest - stage

Festival Review: Sziget, Budapest

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Sziget. We revisit The Island of Freedom for the third time to see whether it has retained the wow factor.
Speak Easy tea

BlindSpot Speakeasy Cocktail Tea reviewed, St Martins Lane, London

Grab someone you like by the hand and head for this speakeasy joint to enjoy a surreptitious cocktail tea while exchanging secrets into the night.
Narrow gauge train heading for Snowdonia

Rail adventure in North Wales – full steam ahead

North Wales may be a tiny part of the Welsh landscape but it is beautiful. What better way to see it than by steam train?
Šmartno, Slovenia

Walking the Alpe-Adria Trail – 750kms through Austria, Italy and Slovenia

The Alpe-Adria Trail runs for 750km from the foot of the Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain, into Slovenia and ends in Italy.

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