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  • [Travel] The 10 best pilgrimages for modern travellers

    Rediscover your spirituality with a trek through the Japanese mountains SeanPavonePhoto / Thinkstock Searching for spirituality or moral sanctuary? We unearth 10 of the best pilgrimages to cleanse the modern soul. In a world of gadgets and

  • [Travel] Where to find the best food and drink in Rio

    The famous Christ the Redeemer statue overlooks Rio Fuse / Thinkstock Heading to Brazil for the World Cup? In this three-part series, we chat to local experts who reveal the best bars and restaurants in Brazils biggest cities and this week

  • [Travel] The thrill of the chase: Pamplona

    All gentlemanly conduct disappears at San Fermn 123rf / Jose Hernaiz Forget jumping out of a plane if you need an adrenaline rush, test your mettle at the Running of the Bulls. Damien Gabet reports from Pamplona. Were on Deadmans Corner. It

  • [Travel] Moors de France: Riding the Grand Départ

    A cyclist looks over the Bolton Abbey ruins Welcome To Yorkshire Wiggo, youre doing it wrong. Its all ice cream and ales when Joe Minihane takes to two wheels and tackles the Grand Dpart in Yorkshire. Nosing my bike through the picture post

  • [Travel] Where to go on holiday in August 2014

    California is home of the water jet pack Kevork Djansezian / Thinkstock From trumpet festivals in Serbia to jet packing in California, we round up the best trips to take this August. For beach bums Short haul: Killybegs, Ireland Irelands be

  • [Travel] A chef's guide to eating and drinking in Salvador

    Do Franca is a typical Brazilian boteco (neighbourhood bar) www.falabahia.com We chat to Brazilian chef Edinho Engel, who reveals the best bars and restaurants in sultry Salvador, Bahia. While most people thinkRiois the party capital of Bra

  • [Travel] Scared witless in Wales

    A downhill cyclist scythes the countryside Creative Commons / Cristi Breban Daniel Fahey heads to Wales for a weekend of downhill mountain biking and gorge walking in Owain Glyndŵr country. It takes an ambulance 11 minutes to get here from

  • [Travel] The 20 best bars and restaurants in Sao Paulo

    One of Sao Paulos many botecos (or neighbourhood bars) Creative Commons / Jairo As the World Cup kicks off we send our roaming gourmand, Daniel Fahey, to find the best bars and restaurants in So Paulo. So Paulo is everything you want her to

  • [Travel] The 20 craziest festivals in the world

    Pekka Honkakoski Fancy yourself as a champion tuna thrower or perhaps youd be better at wife carrying? Whatever your bag, weve got it covered in our weird festivals roundup. Its alchemy, essentially. That ability to turn mundane tasks a fru

  • [Travel] Top 5: Alpine adventures

    Take your winter holiday to new heights Thinkstock / iStockphoto Whether you want to zoom down snow, soar above it or sleep beneath it, skid across ice or scurry up it, weve gathered the top 5 alpine adventures for winter enthusiasts. Birds

  • [Travel] Cape of Good Hope: Visiting a township in South Africa

    The Harvest of Hope ladies sell their goods Uthandosa Twenty years on from South Africas first democratic elections, Meera Dattani heads into the Gugulethu township for a tour that offers hope above everything else. This is not my first tow

  • [Travel] The best train journeys in Britain

    This iconic line has featured in three Harry Potter films Creative Commons / cieniu Our resident rail anorak, Gavin Haines, takes a nostalgic look at the best train trips in Britain. Jaded commuters might find it hard to believe, but Britai

  • [Travel] The 20 best beaches in Britain

    PaulMcArdleUK / Thinkstock Theres never been a better time for a Great British beach holiday. Gavin Haines grabs his bucket and spade. Come on in, the waters lovely. Okay, so it might be a tad chilly, but there has never been a better time

  • [Travel] London’s top 10 secret Shakespearean spots

    Shakespeare under the shade in Leicester Square Creative Commons / Elliot Brown As the world marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeares death, we delve into the dark mysteries of his time in London, searching for the hidden spots a

  • [Travel] Grape Escape: England's best vineyards

    Enjoy the bucolic scenery at Three Choirs Jane Duru As English wines grow ever more popular, winning numerous awards and being stocked in supermarkets, it seems Britains in the grip of an unlikely love affair with the plonk. Jane Duru silen

  • [Travel] Whisky, walking and wild livin' in Scotland

    White Laggan sits alone in the wilds of Galloway Forest Park summonedbyfells / Creative Commons If Scotland says aye in the independence referendum, it will be weekends like this that we miss the most. Daniel Fahey tackles the barrelled bou

  • [Travel] An insider’s guide to Belfast

    Belfast City Hall at sunset Robert Mayne / Thinkstock We chat up three distinguished locals to unearth the best bars, restaurants and shops in Belfast. From gourmet eateries and raucous music venues to designer boutiques, Belfast has much t

  • [Travel] Where to go on holiday in July 2014

    Sunset on the shore of Mykonos, Greece Jenifoto / Thinkstock From the beaches of Chinas southern shore all the way to the cobblestone streets of Colombias capital, weve got the best places to take advantage of Julys summer heat. For beach b

  • [Travel] Maalam and me: the power of Gnaoua

    One of the best festivals for world music Gnaoua World Music Festival Master musicians send Darren Loucaides into a trance at Moroccos Gnaoua World Music Festival. While reclining amongst plush cushions on a sunbathed rooftop, the noise and

  • [Travel] Rome in a day? To 753 BC and back by bedtime

    Rome wasnt built in a day, but it can now be explored in one Sergey Borisov / Thinkstock British Airways is launching day-return tickets to six European cities. Our super-mini guides explain how to get the most out of these destinations. Th

  • [Travel] Where to go on holiday in May 2014

    Relax on gorgeous Itzuzu Beach in Dalyan, Turkey Eugene Ivanoff / Thinkstock Aching to head off to sunnier climes this May? Choose from zip lining in the cloud forests of Costa Rica, tangoing through the cobbled streets of Buenos Aires, or

  • [Travel] Where to find the best chocolate in Brussels

    Jorisvo / Thinkstock Lauren Razavi learns the art of chocolate making and reveals the best places to try and buy chocolate in Brussels. I walk through the door atLaurent Gerbaud(Rue Ravenstein 2D), in the historical centre of Brussels, and

  • [Travel] A bore no more: Washington loosens up

    The US Capital is more than just politics Fuse / Thinkstock Long perceived as the staid domain of fat-cat politicians, dusty old museums and dry monuments, Washington, DC is slowly transforming, as hip new bars and chic boutiques move in. D

  • [Travel] Searching for the best beer in Brooklyn

    Surprisingly, the origins of this beer can be traced to Saudi Arabia Creative Commons / willsflickr After touring New Yorks most famous brewery, a still thirsty Joe Minihane goes in search of the best beer bars in Brooklyn. The wind whips u

  • [Travel] How the world changed forever in Sarajevo

    Sarajevo nestles in a verdant Balkan valley Gavin Haines Its nearly a century since events in Sarajevo changed the course of history. Gavin Haines learns more in the Bosnia and Herzegovina capital, a city defined for better and worse, by it

  • [Travel] A chef’s guide to the best restaurants in Shanghai

    Shanghai offers rich pickings for the culinary connoisseur traveler1116 / Thinkstock World Travel Guide catches up with celebrity chef and man about town, Paul Pairet, for a culinary tour of Shanghai. For the discerning foodie,Shanghaiis a

  • [Travel] Rwanda rediscovered

    Rwanda has one of the worlds largest gorilla populations Anup Shah / Thinkstock Its been 20 years since the end of the civil war that rocked Rwanda. But now the country is emerging out of the shadows, and with tourism on the rise, the time

  • [Travel] The 20 quirkiest places to stay in Britain

    Looking for lodgings with a difference? Then have a look through our guide to the most unusual accommodation in Britain. 1) Romany Caravan, Black Mountains,Wales Experience rural Wales from a traditional gypsy caravan Blaentrothy Cottages F

  • [Travel] Where to go on holiday in June 2014

    UK Ministry of Defence / Creative Commons From the rolling hills of the Welsh countryside to the farthest reaches of Australia, we pick the top destinations for a holiday in June. For thrill-seekers Short haul: Ceredigion, Wales Unlikethe b

  • [Travel] Sochi under the spotlight

    Sochis Winter Olympics gets underway in five days Creative Commons / tomkellyphoto The Winter Olympics has put Sochi firmly on the international travel map, but whatll be there for visitors after the Olympic circus leaves town? So whats the

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