Searching for Dracula in Transylvania

While driving along winding roads through dense, dark, ancient forests and over mountain passes through the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, it is easy to be caught up in the Dracula story.

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Four handy tips on road tripping around Europe

Road tripping is not for everybody, so here are some tips if you’re considering hitting the road this summer.

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Serfaus: the secluded skiing gem in the Tyrol Mountains of Austria

Serfaus is idyllically located, perched high above the Upper Inn Valley in an area known as the Oberes Gericht, one of three villages together with Fiss and Ladis, in the picturesque region of Tyrol, Austria. Within easy driving distance, Serfaus

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The world’s great train stations can be a quirky traveller’s delight

Railway stations are evocative, personal, and so much more interesting to the inquisitive traveller than airports or bus stations. Check out some of the best.

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Lugano: the deliciously Italian flavoured slice of Switzerland

Most travellers are familiar with Switzerland’s German and French speaking capitals, but there is a third, equally intriguing language region that combines traditional Swiss elegance with an unmistakably Mediterranean flair.

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Budapest: what makes the pearl of the Danube so romantic?

Castles, parks and the Danube: Juliette Massardier discovers the history and charm of Budapest.

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Four hot winter travel getaways for snow, sun, fun and adventure

As much as we love the UK, its winter can break your soul. But you don’t have to fly home to the other side of the globe to escape…

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Barcelona: a big bit of everything

When planning a vacation, you usually need to choose: city or beach? Activities or culture? Fast­paced adventure or leisurely meander? Luckily in Barcelona that needn’t be the case because with a few right turns, you really can have the best of all worlds.

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Biscay breezes and sipping on French history

Western France is a food and wine lover’s ultimate adventure, laced with a juicy history.

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Splendid Slovenia: a glorious alternative winter wonderland

Be welcomed by the stunning sights of striking mountains and their excellent ski resorts, glacial lakes and gorgeous surrounds of Europe’s very own adventurer’s playground.

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Travel to the 20 happiest countries in the world

Get inspired to visit the happiest countries in the world. And where does Australia rank?

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Pamplona: It’s Hemingway’s party, and he’ll cry if he wants to

Ernest Hemingway’s depiction of the unbelievable spectacle of the running of the bulls, the beauty of Pamplona itself, and the romance of the trip, made the city and its San Fermin festival a mainstay of bucket-lists.

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5 off the beaten track (but easy to get to) European summer escapes

There is nothing better than summer in Europe! But, sometimes it’s better to avoid the big cities and tourist destinations that can get crowded, hot and smelly.

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Chernobyl: radioactive travel back in time

Welcome to a ghost town, unmaintained for 30 years and crumbling. Ukraine’s paradise turned to hell on earth.

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5 unique cities you should visit in 2015 for five special reasons

Where to go in 2015? Put these cities on your travel bucketlist because next year will be too late.

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