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"We even like to help each other without being paid, and have a word for it: dugnad."

Step aside Denmark. Norway takes world’s happiest nation crown

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Dodging the cruise ships and resorts, our tipsters track down stunning walks, quiet beaches, lots of local colour – and rum

Off the beaten-track Barbados: readers’ tips

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Have you stayed at a great value B&B, guesthouse or hotel on the continent? Share your tip and possibly win a £200 voucher from uk.hotels.com

Send us a tip on budget hotels in Europe for a chance to win a £200 hotel voucher

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Now you can forget your railcard (once) without being charged a fortune

Now you can forget your railcard (once) without being charged a fortune

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Thinking of a family camping trip in Europe this summer?

20 of the best family campsites in Europe

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Nosh Berlin is the city’s first Jewish food week, with dishes and events from Jewish communities worldwide. Its founders share their top eats in the city

The best Jewish restaurants in Berlin

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A walking holiday on the Japanese island takes in rice-covered valleys, forests of cedar and bamboo, and the spirit of shugendo – though fortunately not its testing rituals

Kyushu island, Japan: shrines and shugendo on the Kunisaki peninsula

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Amsterdam’s nightlife is thriving, with three major new clubs adding to the existing scene. We asked local DJs, producers and music writers to name their favourite party venues

10 of the best clubs in Amsterdam – chosen by the experts

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Visitors to New Zealand’s capital are a step away from hiking the Te Araroa trail, sampling Wairarapa wines or visiting the film director’s organic grocery store

Wellington day trips: wine, coastal views and James Cameron’s veggies

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03/21/2017 at 12:38. Facebook
Children of the internet age will be gobsmacked to discover this small remote telegraph office was at the forefront of a communications revolution, but the museum tells that story in a fun, fascinating and hands-on way

Take the kids to... Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno, Cornwall

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“In the flames of the fire lives something that can help ingredients reach their fullest potential.”

Spain’s best restaurants – in the middle of nowhere

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Author Kay Plunkett-Hogge still gets a thrill from exploring the intoxicating, buzzing neighbourhoods in the city of her birth

‘A Bangkok scented candle would smell of incense, grilled pork and tuk-tuk fumes'

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From July, the TGV Océane service will bring newly chic Bordeaux, and the sandy shores beyond the city, within easier reach for holidaying Brits

London to Bordeaux in under six hours on new high-speed service

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03/20/2017 at 14:42. Facebook
Whether it’s a stunning landscape, an atmospheric shot of a street market, wildlife or an original take on a well known destination – we’d love to see your best travel shot.

Readers’ travel photo competition: March – win a trip to Costa Rica!

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There’s only one Vietnam veteran’s bar left in Patpong, the notorious red-light district … the Madrid Bar opened in 1969, soon after, it became a hangout for CIA types. Men like Jack Shirley, a legendary former CIA official, drank here.

‘A Bangkok scented candle would smell of incense, grilled pork and tuk-tuk fumes'

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"This is Thomas Hardy’s Dorset – a folded, green landscape of wooded coombes flooded with bluebells, contrasting with the high, chalk ramparts of Eggardon Hill. It’s an evocative place, where the sound of the wind thrumming over grass mixes with endless lark song."

It's blooming spring! 22 great UK walks

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There’s a lot more to Estonia’s capital than cheap beer. The 1,000-year-old city has a modern vibe, with architecture, museums and cafes to match

10 of the best things to do in Tallinn

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03/19/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
"So what the hell am I doing here? It’s because there has been a concerted effort to regenerate, revivify, reinvent."

Rising Arizona: how Phoenix is becoming a foodie city to savour

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Waterparks, cycle trails and zipwires through the forest are among the attractions springing up across the UK …

10 of the best new family attractions in the UK

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The foodie traveller tries … the best Jewish restaurants in Berlin.

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