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Unknown by many tourist outside of the Netherlands, the ancient city of Utrecht (about 45 minutes south of Amsterdam) is a treasure trove of UNESCO-protected medieval architecture, beautiful canals lined by terrace cafes and ecclesiastical buildings now converted into museums.

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An avid cruiser and travel writer, Mary Steele suggests the best places to stay, dine, explore and sun bathe in Bermuda.

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Just 30 minutes from Budapest is Lake Velence near the Hungarian town of Gárdony. Due to the area’s sunny climate and the lake’s shallow waters, Lake Velence is the warmest lake in Europe (around 80 degrees in summer) and a popular vacation destination.

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Often overlooked because of their proximity to Lisbon, here is a guide to why Estoril and Cascais are known as Portugal’s Riviera.

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Natasha Blair is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and where possible travels with her passport carrying dog, Trixie. Not a beach worshippper, she is always on the lookout for new and interesting places to visit, preferably in comfort. The spa town of Bath, featuring natural hot [...]

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Santorini is known for its sunsets and white-washed buildings perched on top of seaside cliffs. Here’s a guide to relaxing on the island in the southern Aegean Sea.

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In this latest guest post from cruise expert David Wishart, we learn about newcomer MS EUROPA 2 – the second flagship of the Hapag-Lloyd Cruises fleet which, starting this month, will be heading out to some of the world’s most attractive destinations.

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Cannes is typically associated with celebrities and their glamorous lifestyle. But this guide offers up suggestions on how to enjoy this chic beach town regardless of budget.

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If you only have a day to spend in San Diego, here are some ideas, including hanging on the beach, making new friends at the zoo, rooting for the local sports team, and more.

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Gone are the days where a smart suit, puppy-dog eyes and a nice smile during check-in could send you champagne-sipping in business class. Yes, free flight upgrades are rare and sometimes just a matter of pure luck. However, here’s a list of things you can do to increase your odds:

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