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The Trulli cones of Alberobello, Puglia 

The town of Alberobello, in Puglia with its naturally romantic setting, narrow streets and Trulli cones – Apulian dry stone huts –  looks like a town that has come straight out of a fairy tale. Some even claim to have seen a fairy or a…

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Summer fun in Verbier, Switzerland 

Verbier, along with other alpine ski resorts, wants tourists in the summer as well as the winter, and they’ve devised a special offer. Every guest, staying one night or more, is entitled to the Verbier Infinite Playground Pass.   This grants free travel on cable…

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Travel guide to visiting Rome with your dog 

Being English, it was always a question of politeness. We’d already tested the phrase on Mauro, the Sardinian owner. He’d reacted with nods of approval so we knew it would work even if the accent still needed a bit more espresso. Even some supermarkets were…

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Top 10 things to see and do in Andalucía 

Andalucía is one of Spain’s most beloved tourist hotspots, evoking thoughts of white-washed buildings, tapas, sunshine and beaches. This is where the earliest Islamic in southern Spain harks back to the 8th century, following the Moorish invasion of the Iberian Peninsula. But did you also…

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Ski Guide: La Plagne France 

La Plagne Centre might sound like the well centre but La Plagne is a starburst of self-sufficient conurbations. Centre might be the original, long, low 60s buildings (which, with their shopping mall, have undergone a neat refurb) and Aime on the hill above it mountain…

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Sustainable travel in the Maldives 

Tourism was relatively unknown to the Maldives until but these days it’s a very different story. More than eight million tourists have visited Maldives and tourism accounts. To help reduce the environmental from more than a decade of intense tourism, we are taking major steps…

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Exploring Norway’s South Coast 

In the summer, Norwegians take their holidays on the south coast, rambling in the forests, strolling up hills, swimming in tiny lakes and exploring the islands. At the beginning of October, it’s still warm, but there’s no traffic on the roads and I have the…

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Hot Springs in Kyushu Japan 

Kyushu is the third largest island in Japan and the most south-westerly. At its centre is Mount Aso, one of the largest active in the world. The seismic activity means that there are hot springs everywhere, greatly prized for their properties by the Japanese. I’m…

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A culinary journey through the Aomori 

I have always loved Japanese cuisine. Sushi, ramen, miso soup and pickled vegetables are just some of the dishes I look forward to tucking into when planning a trip to my local Japanese restaurant. So it was with great excitement that I arranged my first…

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Walking the London Loop 

The 150 mile London Outer Orbital Path “LOOP” starts on the south bank of the Thames in Erith, and goes all the way clockwise round to Purfleet on the north bank in 24 sections. If you feel the need to exercise your legs, the London…

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