Where will you travel this summer? Tell us your plans

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Summer holidays have finally been given the go ahead – we want to hear your plans The Government has finally issued a list of countries that British holidaymakers can visit, giving the green light for...

Travel-starved Taiwanese sign up for fake flights to nowhere

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Trips abroad are currently all but impossible for residents of Taiwan, but one airport may have come up with a stop-gap solution for those missing the thrill of travel. A group of eager competition winners...

48 hours in . . . Seville, an insider guide to Spain’s steamy southern...

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The small, sun-soaked capital of southern Spain Known for its steamy-hot summers, mild winters and sultry operatic gypsy heroine Carmen, Seville is a bijou city whose fabulous food, extraordinary Mudejar, Gothic and Renaissance architecture, and...

Cruise and coronavirus under the spotlight in new documentary

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The plight of the cruise industry in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic will be examined in a television documentary to be shown this week. The outbreak of coronavirus brought cruising – as well as...

48 hours in . . . Barcelona, an insider guide to Gaudi’s playground

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Catalonia’s colourful capital Barcelona combines everything that is most charming about Mediterranean cities – a relaxed pace, months of endless sunshine, unbeatable food – with the cultural and design clout of almost any city in...

The best hotels for spa breaks in Europe

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At the moment the Foreign Office has advised against travel abroad. Some of the destinations below are potential candidates for an air bridge agreement but others are not – be sure to check FCO...

Five dream trips to quieter corners of Spain

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Britons are about to get the green light for trips to Spain. But where can you escape the crowds? La Gomera: Hiking heaven in the Canaries Sidestep the sun-seeking Canary Islands crowds among hauntingly beautiful forested...

The tiny Suffolk village that was once among the richest places in England

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Trust a medieval wool town to tell a good yarn. If you’re wondering why Lavenham, a small village in south Suffolk, has so extraordinarily well-preserved a collection of creaking, half-timbered Tudor buildings, there’s a pleasing...

Costa Rica could restart vital tourism industry as soon as July

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Costa Rica has announced a series of 14 health-related protocols to allow for the gradual reopening of its tourism industry. Routinely touted as a regional model for eco-tourism and biodiversity initiatives, the country relies...

48 hours in. . . Lanzarote, an insider guide to the land of volcanoes...

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Lanzarote’s history is as turbulent as the sweep of volcanoes that forged it and today still spectacularly dominate one of Macaronesia’s most dramatic islands, whose entirety is a Unesco Biosphere Reserve. Legends swirl around...

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