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A weekend in Tbilisi: history and culture in the Georgian capital

From its array of traditional markets, to its selection of historical museums, Tbilisi offers the perfect choice for travellers seeking a weekend of culture.

Saints alive: the best of Georgia’s monasteries

From delicately built churches to cave-city complexes.
Tim Burford studied languages at Oxford University. In 1991, after five years as a publisher, he began writing guidebooks for Bradt, firstly on hiking in east-central Europe and then on backpacking and ecotourism in Latin America. He has now written ten books for Bradt, as well as the Rough Guides to Romania, Alaska and Wales. He also leads hiking trips in Europe’s mountains and blogs at unraveltravel.org.

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Carnaval: Uruguay’s carnival season

Uruguay has the longest carnival season of any country, lasting over 80 days.

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Maté-drinking in Uruguay

In Uruguay, maté-drinking seems more like a justified relaxation before or after getting on with the rest of one’s life.

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The Uruguayan gaucho

Author Tim Burford tells the story one of Uruguay’s most iconic symbols – the gaucho.

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