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Yuanjiajie Flower Girl

Exploring the province of Hunan, China

Hunan is famous as the birthplace of Mao Zedong but it’s also a place of natural wonders, its unique landscape inspiring James Cameron’s movie Avatar.

Product review: M4U 8 noise cancelling headphones

The M4U 8 headphones by PSB promise to block out outside noise with their RoomFeel technology, as if you are listening to music in your own sitting room.
Striezelmarkt in Dresden

Top 10 European Christmas Markets

Get into the festive cheer, have a glass of mulled wine and organise a short break at one of these European Christmas markets.

Hiking Around Cortina d’Ampezzo, Dolomites, Italy

Cortina is known for its winter sports but, outside the ski season, there’s good hiking here with a network of mountain inns providing overnight stays and some excellent food.

Restaurant Review: Carluccio, Hampstead, London

Restaurant review of Carluccio in Hampstead. With 75 branches, this chain must be doing something, surely?

The Liechtenstein Trail: Walking the length of a country in a weekend

To celebrate its 300th birthday, Liechtenstein, Europe's least visited country, has launched a 75km walking trail which runs the entire length of the country, through mountains, valleys and forests.

10 of world’s most eco-friendly golf courses

Sustainability is an ever-growing necessity and golf courses are joining the global movement
Le Refuge de la Traye, Meribel, France

Somewhere special to stay: 7 gorgeous new boutique hotels around the world

Want somewhere discrete, intimate and gorgeous to rest your head? Check out these boutique hotels.

Ski Guide: Samoens, France

Samoëns is a delightful, traditional ski resort in the French Alps that has an exceedingly attractive and perfectly preserved medieval village centre. It is not difficult to understand why it is so popular with the Brits.
Walker on Clifftop track

Walking the Rota Vicentina along Portugal’s Atlantic Coast

Also known as the Fishermen’s Trail, this 220km walk through the Alentejo and Algarve regions of Portugal never strays far from the sea.

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