Harare, Zimbabwe

Despite recent political turmoil, Zimbabwe is a safe country for tourists to visit. There’s amazing wildlife, spectacular scenery and welcoming and friendly people without the issues of mass tourism faced by some of its neighbours. Most visitors arrive in the […]

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Ships in Oslo harbour

Oslo, Norway

One of Europe’s greenest capitals, Oslo in Norway is a hidden gem. With great food, an amazing arts scene and plenty of beautiful parks and waterways to explore, Oslo should be high on your list of places to visit. The […]

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Canalside Houses in Bruges

Bruges, Belgium

One of Europe’s most picturesque medieval towns, Bruges in Belgium is a treat for history fans. The town is famous for its many canals, which snake around gothic spires and past cobbled squares. It’s also gained a new following as […]

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CN Tower and Toronto skyline.

Toronto, Canada

Toronto is Canada’s biggest city by population and a great city for visitors to explore. Sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario it covers over 7000 square kilometers and is home to a diverse population, earning it the nickname of […]

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Island overlooking Helsinki skyline

Helsinki, Finland

Stretched over the islands and bays of the Baltic Sea, Finland’s capital Helsinki is seriously cool. Although temperatures rarely get higher than 20 degrees celsius even in summer, the Finns still love to get outdoors before hitting the sauna. The […]

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Ghanaian Fisherman

Accra, Ghana

One of Africa’s hidden gems, Ghana has stunning beaches, delicious food, fascinating history and safari parks teeming with wildlife. No matter what you want from your trip, Ghana has something for everyone. The capital Accra has plenty to get you […]

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Lively tapas bar

Madrid, Spain

Madrid may not have the instantly recognisable landmarks of other Spanish cities, but the capital has more intangible delights to discover. With several world-class art galleries, beautiful parks and full-on nightlife, Madrid is the place to be. The centre of […]

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Stupa in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, Nepal

The gateway to the Himalayas, Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and the largest city in the region. While many visitors just pass through on their way to the mountains, there is a plenty to do in the city itself. […]

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Maiden's Tower, Baku.

Baku, Azerbaijan

The capital of Azerbaijan juts out into the Caspian Sea with lovely waterfront views and refreshing breezes. Baku might seem like a offbeat choice but visa reforms means it is now very straightforward and welcoming to travel to. Most younger […]

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shrine in Tokyo park

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is a huge metropolis that is both incredibly futuristic and strangely old fashioned. From the dazzling neon lights of the Akihabara and the eccentric fashions of Harajuku to the calm of the Meiji Shrine and beautiful gardens of the […]

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