Trip Reviews

A food odyssey in Istanbul

21/09/2017 by .

Isabel Conway travels across Istanbul to uncover a satisfying journey of culinary discovery.  

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Exploring North Wales by Rail

This area of Wales is home to probably the highest concentration of narrow and standard gauge steam train lines in the UK. Rupert Parker climbs aboard.

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The two capitals of Kazakhstan

Mike Pickup travels to Kazakhstan and visits its two quite different capital cities and finds out that everything is not quite what he expected..

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Discover Amsterdam’s Neighbourhoods

Amsterdam’s diverse neighbourhoods are just a clog’s throw from bustling Centrum; a delightful diversion from the city’s compact but touristic centre to fresh open spaces, empty canals and plenty of local colour.Andy Mossack discovers a different side of Amsterdam.

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The LBJ Presidential Library

Lyndon Baines Johnson was Vice President when Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963, and so found himself leading the country during the stormy years of the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement.

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Serbia beyond Belgrade

Belgrade may well be the beating heart of Serbia and a party town to rival the likes of  Berlin, but venture outside the capital and you’ll get to discover what lies beyond, a country that will never cease to surprise you.

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Chernobyl for the Weekend?

Strange as it may seem, Chernobyl is now becoming a major tourist destination with over 25,000 visitors last year. Most people do a one day trip but you can stay longer if you want.

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