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Tenerife: discover the largest island in the Canaries

Discover Tenerife, the largest island in the Canaries archipelago, and its most visited. Popular year round, tourists come for its coastal beaches and mountainous interior. If you’ve always thought of it as a fly and flop destination, you’ll be surprised at just how much there is to see and do. Here’s what you need to

Five things you should do during a winter trip to Oslo

Oslo is an easy add-on to a broader Norway trip but also a captivating destination in its own right. Tick off the capital’s major sights over a long weekend, but if you can spare a little more time you’ll be glad to hang around. In winter, Oslo’s location in the south of the country means

How to get the most out of a trip to Lapland

Lapland is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations during the winter. This Scandinavian region spans several country borders. It stretches from northern Norway in the west (an area known as Finnmark), across the far north of Sweden and east into northern Finland and part of Russia’s Kola Peninsula. In popular culture, Lapland is often

Are these Europe’s best tram rides?

A plethora of historic buildings, monuments and museums line the streets of Europe’s most attractive cities. However, getting around on foot isn’t always practical when the sights you plan to see are spread out. But next time you find yourself in that situation, why not eschew a taxi in favour of public transport? Hop on

Eight great walks in England’s national parks

England’s national parks are best explored on foot. These areas of outstanding natural beauty should be savoured on two legs rather than seen through the windows of a moving car. Long or short, there are a plethora of walking trails that lead you to some of the prettiest spots in these protected areas. If you’re

Which of the Greek Islands is best for you?

Whittling down which of the Greek Islands is best for you is no easy task. For a start, there are more than 6000 islands and islets, of which 227 are inhabited. That’s still an awful lot of islands, so how do you go about thinning out your list of maybes until you’ve settled on a

Europe’s Christmas markets: which is the right fit for you

As Advent gets underway, towns and cities across Europe erect rustic log cabins, string up fairy lights and prepare the merchandise ready for an influx of travellers. The tradition of holding Christmas markets dates back centuries. Dresden’s Striezelmarkt has the strongest claim to being the oldest, as there’s written evidence it dates back to 1434.

7 cool things to do in Northern Sicily

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean. Over thousands of years, people have come and gone, leaving their mark on the landscape, culture and food. It’s a fascinating destination, whether you can spare a long weekend or a couple of weeks. One thing’s for certain, when you leave you’ll already be planning a return

How to experience London like a local

London is one of the world’s most enticing and intriguing cities. It’s a fabulous city no matter what time of year you come – even in the depths of winter. Its long history and abundance of museums, shops, restaurants and bars ensure its enduring popularity with global travellers. But no one knows the British capital

How to do Rome in a weekend

Is Rome on your bucket list? The Italian capital is packed with historic sites, interesting museums, beautiful parks and great restaurants. You could visit for a month and not see everything. So what happens if you don’t have the luxury of time? Is it really possible to do Rome in a weekend? The good news

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