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Chris Swindells ventures into the unspoiled Sognefjord and visits a real life fairy tale fjord village.

One of our writers said Copenhagen is like sunshine on roses - beautiful and sophisticated, it makes your heart melt like butter on a hot pavement.

Planning for a trip in May? We have great suggestions for you.

One of the oldest cities in the world, Beirut is an intoxicating mix of East and West.

Spring is the perfect season to visit Morocco – between April and June, you’re guaranteed blue skies and sunshine, but temperatures have not yet reached the stifling heights of summer.

What goes on in Vegas is supposed to stay in Vegas, but some of the crazier stories that originate from this hedonistic playground are just too good not to share.

China’s “knock off” cities, built to resemble famous European and American cities like Venice and New York, have become tourist attractions in their own right. Here, we look at five of the most unusual.

Dublin is ideal for a weekend trip. Fly in, hop on the Luas (tram) to get around the city, stay for a night then leave with great memories.

Booking a last-minute bargain may be paradise for the frugal traveller, but it’s a stressful black hole of browser tabs and supposed cut-price deals for the rest of us. But when it comes to the Easter period, is finding a quiet break at bargain basement prices simply too much to ask?

Planning an Easter break? April is a great time to travel – you’ll be able to find fun, sun, thrills or even snow if you know where to look. Here are our recommendations.

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