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European city breaks for wildlife lovers

24/03/2018 19:18

Written by James Lowen

Can’t decide whether you want a city break or a nature-oriented trip to Europe? Why not do both culture and vulture on the same short holiday?

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Europe’s spring wildlife highlights

24/03/2018 17:23

Written by James Lowen

Searching for a wildlife-filled spring getaway? Whether you want to admire exotic orchids, listen out for birdsong or spot a blue whale in the wild, Europe has something to offer. James Lowen, author of 52 European Wildlife Weekends, discusses the highlights. 

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12 of Europe’s most impressive castles

27/10/2017 13:08

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

From complex histories to spectacular architecture, castles have so much to offer. 

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8 alternative summer beach destinations

31/05/2017 14:53

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Branch out from the same overcrowded summer destinations with our guide to 8 alternative beach holidays. 

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Making the most of a long weekend in Abruzzo

27/04/2017 14:29

Written by Luciano Di Gregorio

You've made it to Abruzzo but you've only got a weekend to spare. Here's how to make the most of a long weekend in the region. 

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A taste of Abruzzo

27/04/2017 11:10

Written by Luciano Di Gregorio

From pasta to pizza and everything in between, Abruzzo is a paradise for foodie enthusiasts.  

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Abruzzo’s most beautiful villages

27/04/2017 10:29

Written by Luciano Di Gregorio

Many of Abruzzo's villages are officially recognised as being amongst the most beautiful in Italy. Here are some that you definitely don't want to miss out on visiting. 

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Italy’s famous five – the Cinque Terre

15/09/2016 09:58

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Although well known as a holiday destination, the Cinque Terre remains surprisingly mellow.

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Five reasons to visit Liguria

14/01/2016 14:08

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Liguria might be one of Italy's smallest regions, but it's a big hitter when it comes to cuisine.

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Campo Ligure – the filigree capital

14/01/2016 11:07

Written by Rosie Whitehouse

Campo Ligure the only remaining centre for filigree, the art of twisting threads of gold and silver.

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