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From stunning landscapes to sites of historical and cultural importance, monasteries provide a wealth of interest for the avid traveller. Here is our selection of the six best monasteries in Europe.
How many of these natural wonders are on your travel list?
Emilia-Romagna’s castles, especially around Parma and the Romagna, are among the most striking in Italy, and several are said to be haunted.
Even within a country that is itself known worldwide for its popular cuisine, the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy is famed for its delectable food.
Boasting a delightful old town, a handful of Soviet relics and a vibrant alternative arts scene, Tbilisi is a city of contrasts, and one worth exploring.
Although one of Europe’s lesser-known countries, Georgia is also one of its most captivating.
It’s a world in itself, this pianeta porticata – ‘arcaded planet’, as the Bolognesi call their peculiar city. They like to be different, the Bolognesi.
From wolverine to walrus – Europe has plenty to offer those searching for a wildlife-filled summer getaway. James Lowen, author of 52 European Wildlife Weekends, discusses the highlights.
If you’re travelling to the Vendée and want to touch its identity, you need to unlock its dark history. A perfect way of doing so is by visiting these memorials to the bloody conflict.
With its campsites and beaches, the Vendée and the surrounding area have all the ingredients for a classic family holiday. Here's our pick of the region's best family-friendly days out.
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