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Why go?  The world’s most northerly capital city – lit by the midnight sun in summer or winter’s magical Northern Lights – is a highlight of many a North Atlantic cruise. Though architecturally underwhelming, its waterfront setting and mountain vistas imbue the city with charm, while just inland lie epic landscapes shaped by volcanoes and glaciers.  Cruise
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Straddling Europe and Asia, capital to two successive empires and today looking to both the Christian West and Islamic East, the vibrant metropolis of Istanbul defies the stereotypes. Byzantine churches sit cheek by jowl with Ottoman mosques in historic Sultanahmet, whilst vibrant Beyoğlu hums with bars, restaurants, contemporary art galleries and shops. The sheer incongruity
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More insider guides for planning a trip to Venice 48 hours Hotels Attractions Restaurants Free Bars and cafés You don’t have to spend lots of money to enjoy Venice, the city is so interesting architecturally, historically and culturally that you can easily spend the day marvelling at the sights and attractions around you. From watching
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The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival, which runs from October 24 to 27 in London’s Battersea Park, has announced Snow-Camp as its official charity partner. Snow-Camp is the only UK charity to use snow sports as a way to help inner-city young people transform their lives and skills. As part of the collaboration the Festival,
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Have I mentioned the time we accidentally became a family of eco-warriors? Two months ago, we were walking to the shopping centre to pick up something plastic when – in the park between us and Argos – we stumbled upon the local branch of Extinction Rebellion. “Are you here for the protest?” someone asked. “Absolutely,”
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