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Hotel Review: Hotel St. George, Helsinki, Finland

The swanky Hotel St. George in downtown Helsinki has a dazzling design interior with charming service and a scrumptious breakfast menu.
Icefield Parkway, Canada

Fly-drive through the Canadian Rockies

Canada might look impenetrable, but the reality is it is the kind of destination long distance road trips were made for.
Christmas dinner

Q&A: Can I carry Christmas dinner in my hand luggage?

I have a turkey, cranberry sauce and a box of Camembert. Can I take this in my hand luggage and save money on having to take check-in luggage?
Historic Building for sale in central Italy

Historic Building for sale in central Italy

The beautiful building is located in a town of medieval origin in the hilly area between Sibillini Mountains and Adriatic coast!
Torii Gate with boat

What to see in Hiroshima and the Setouchi Region, Japan

In Hiroshima and the Setouchi Region you’ll find Shinto shrines, archetypal Japanese landscapes and delicious food and drink including the deadly Fugo fish.
Casa Vincens, Barcelona

5 alternative places to visit in Barcelona

You don't have to follow the tourist trail to enjoy a break in Barcelona – discover it through the eyes of a local with this alternative guide.
Panorama view of the Danna Langkawi hotel overlooking the infinity pool and The Andaman Sea

Hotel Review: Danna Langkawi Hotel, Malaysia

Set slightly out of the way the Danna Langkawi offers the sort of footloose escapism that time-challenged holiday-makers many seek out.

Travel guide: 24 hours in Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is a very walkable city and has long reigned as one of Europe’s top design capitals. Here’s what you can do in just 24 hours.
Trainpal homepage

Trainpal can reduce train fares in Britain by an average of 37%

Ctrip have produced and launched a new app Trainpal claiming their app can save money on fares - on average by 37 per cent and sometimes higher.

Experiencing the light fantastic at the Amos Rex museum in Helsinki, Finland

The newly opened Amos Rex museum in Helsinki is a subterranean wonderland with exhibitions designed to stir the senses through light and sound.

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