Europe and Middle East

Oasia Hotel

When you’re visiting Aarhus, Denmark’s second city, you probably want to stay in a hotel that is pure Scandi-style: not a characterless chain peddling identical rooms from Abuja to Zagreb. Clearly, for the 65 room Oasia, “Less is more” is the design mantra.

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A weekend on Vis Island

A two-hour ferry ride from the city of Split, green and mountainous Vis is a gem of an island. A former military base, it’s only been open to foreign visitors since 1989, so it’s relatively undeveloped and unspoiled, while still having all you need for a comfortable stay.

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Northern Germany by bike

Rupert Parker explores the three north German cities of Lübeck, Lüneberg and Hamburg on two wheels and finds delightful streets with fairy tale houses.

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Delicatessen

Delicatessen is the brainchild of Israeli-born Or Golan, a student of Tel Aviv’s restaurant scene before joining Yotam Ottolenghi’s Belgravia deli as head chef. It is a genius move to open up bang in the middle of Hampstead’s affluent kosher crowd,

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New Hall Hotel

Stepping out of the 21st Century, for a stay at New Hall Hotel, you expect to see Henry Vlll stomping across the drawbridge powering towards a substantial lunch in the wood-panelled-mullion-windowed Great Chamber.

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Carinthia – the Land of the Lakes

Austria has long been a popular destination with British travellers, both for winter skiing and summer hiking. The Tyrol gets most of the action, but Carinthia, in South East Austria, is well worth a visit.

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