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Women only carriages in Japan

Are we on track for women-only train carriages in the UK?

Jeremy Corbyn wants to keep British female travellers safe on the train, but some say this is the slippery slope of gender segregation.
Rebuilding homes in Nepal

Tour operator arranges house-building trip to Nepal post-earthquake

Participants from all walks of life can join the 10 day trip this November, spending 5 days in the Kathmandu Valley assisting with construction of metal frame houses for families currently without homes.

Travel Guide: 24 hours in Vienna, Austria

Situated on the banks of the Danube River, Vienna retains its regal air while offering a glimpse of the avant-garde.
Las Vegas strip

Las Vegas Travel Guide – put your chips away

With great food, fabulous shows and cultural escapes, odds are you will bypass the casinos and have a great time in the City of Sin. Barry Toberman reports from Las Vegas.
Dismaland Bemusement Park

Banksy’s Dismaland Bemusement Park promises to be a dismal experience

Street artist Banksy has created a new attraction, Dismaland Bemusement Park in Weston-Super-Mare.
Paris Monument Tracker

Monumental Tour of Paris

To get the sense of Paris, Martino downloaded Paris Monument Tracker and explored the monuments along the Seine.
Machu Picchu, Peru

British Airways adds the only direct route from Gatwick to Lima

From Summer 2016, British Airways will launch direct flights from Gatwick to Lima, Peru’s capital.
Elafonissi beach, with pinkish white sand and turquoise water

Top 5 beaches of the Greek Islands

While it is impossible to tell you about every beach worth visiting in Greece, there are a few that are simply unmissable.
Ryanair B737-800

Ryanair may have to pay out £610m in flight delay compensation claims

The result of test case opens the door to 2.66 million Ryanair passengers to make flight delay compensation claims going back up to six years.
Golf Mountain pop-up course on Adelboden’s Engstligenalp

Engstligenalp – the ski resort that thinks it’s a golf course

For five weeks a year this Swiss ski resort turns into a challenging pop-up golf course. Streams and rocks are par for the course.