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07 Sep Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh is to London as poetry is to prose, as Charlotte Brontë once wrote. One of the world's stateliest cities of extraordinary variety, Edinburgh was built on seven hills, making it a striking backdrop for the ancient pageant of history. The magnificent Edinburgh Castle watches...

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06 Sep The World’s First Wine Theme Park: Bordeaux

Allow us to introduce La Cité du Vin (Also known as City of Wine), a massive, visually stunning museum dedicated to all things vino, and in the most befitting of places – the heart of Bordeaux. Picture Credit Getting to Bordeaux The most convenient airport for Bordeaux is...

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06 Sep No Cars Allowed – Catalina Island

Cars are useful and convenient, but they also cause pollution, noise and alter the structure of cities. Imagine a world without cars. There’s nothing like gearing up for an incredible vacation full of promise – of pampering, relaxation, and blissful days free from vehicles. If you’re...

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03 Sep Guide to Mui Ne, Vietnam

One of southern Vietnam’s popular beach destinations, Mui Ne is a 12-kilometre long sweeping bay that boasts beachfront resorts. Twenty years of development have transformed the once sleepy fishing town into a water sports mecca, most notably for kitesurfing. What tourists know as “Mui Ne”...

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26 Aug Day Trips Around Taipei

The secret is finally out: tourists are discovering that Taiwan is an island of quite extraordinary natural beauty. Taipei is a food and shopping haven on its own, but be sure to make time for at least a couple of the countless little-known gems that...

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26 Aug Rome City Guide

There’s a lot vying for attention in the Eternal City – the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon, and of course, the pizza! An enchantingly beautiful and inspiring city, Rome has a history of over 3000 years. A trip to Rome is largely about easing into...

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25 Aug Guide to Cinque Terre, Italy

Cars are useful and convenient, but they also cause pollution, noise and alter the structure of cities. Imagine a world without cars. There’s nothing like gearing up for an incredible vacation full of promise – of pampering, relaxation, and blissful days free from vehicles. If you’re...

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24 Aug Guide to Taipei

Taipei is a glistening gem of a metropolitan city whose beauty lies in its Chinese heritage infused with Japanese, American and Southeast Asian influences. In many ways, the 300 year old city is like a living museum. From Japanese-era mansions to traditional tea ceremonies to...

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19 Aug Guide to the 6: Toronto

“Toronto contains multitudes: rivers of asphalt underneath a rapidly expanding skyline, old neighborhoods increasingly run over by latte peddlers and yoga studios, an immense shoreline studded with beaches and bluffs, leafy avenues and massive suburban manors—all lit by a harmonious orange sodium glow. These are...

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18 Aug Guide to Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg is an Austrian city on the German border, with views of the Eastern Alps. It is known for being the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for The Sound of Music. Beyond Salzburg’s two biggest money-spinners (Mozart and The Sound of Music) hides a city...

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