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Where to travel with kids in summer

Where to travel with kids in summer

Culture, adventure, relaxation and… kids? Yes, you really can have it all. Janine Clements recommends the best destinations around the world, offering everything you’ll need for your next big family summer holiday.

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Five amazing three-week trips.

Five amazing three-week trips

Wth Easter falling so late this year – leading almost straight into the May bank holiday – there’s the perfect excuse for an extended break away, only using nine holiday days from work. Taking into account the three bank holidays as well, a whole 18 days between 14 April and 1 May is up for grabs to have yourself an adventure of epic proportions. Try one of these for size.

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Trips to make your kids jealous.

Trips to make your kids jealous

What if you could play your university-aged kids at their own game and enjoy a gap year style adventure of your own? Travel writer Chris Beanland has scoured the globe to find the bucket list trips worth taking.

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Florida beyond the theme parks

Florida beyond the theme parks

Yes, there are the famous Orlando attractions, but there’s more to Florida than rollercoasters. With wildlife spotting in the lush Everglades, beaches with powdery white sand, and more golf courses than anywhere else in the US, there’s a piece of the Sunshine State for everyone.

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48 hours in Washington D.C.

48 hours in Washington D.C.

All eyes are on Washington D.C. this month with the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Former editor of Washingtonian magazine, Garrett M Graff, to give us his take on the best places to eat, sleep and visit in the political heart of America.

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What’s on in New York this Spring.

What’s on in New York this Spring

Spring in New York is a wonderful time – the promise of warmer months ahead brings out the best in everyone. Wear green for St Patrick’s Day or don your cap and mitt for the start of the baseball season.

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Europe: six educational city breaks

Europe: six educational city breaks

What better way to bring history alive for kids than by swapping text books for travel? Head to these European cities this February half term and follow in the footsteps of revolutionaries, emperors and Vikings. Adults might learn a thing or two, too.

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What’s on in London this Spring.

What’s on in London this Spring

London is warming up. Spring in the city means a new theatre season, great gigs and world-class exhibitions. Enjoy being outdoors in the parks and squares, with fine weather bringing the daffodils and St Patrick’s Day bringing its lively parade.

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Unforgettable romantic city breaks

With majestic architecture, old-world grandeur and intimate streets tucked away from the crowds, Europe’s romantic appeal is undeniable. These five charming cities are guaranteed to bring back that loving feel – and make your friends jealous.

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8 things to know about Chile.

8 things to know about Chile

To celebrate British Airways’ new route to Santiago – the only non-stop service from London to the Chilean capital we’ve uncovered eight surprising facts about this amazing country that are guaranteed to inspire wanderlust.

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Explore the Caribbean’s quirky side

Think you know the Caribbean? Think again. Travel writer Evelyn Torres looks at five unusual ways to experience these tropical islands. From wild pig swimming in the Bahamas to zip lining through the St Lucia rainforest, prepare to be surprised – and inspired.

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Unforgettable Caribbean hideaways

With its dreamy beaches, bluer-the-blue waters and dramatic landscapes, the sun-drenched Caribbean is paradise on earth. But it’s not just for loved-up couples who want to kick back – there’s plenty to keep families busy too. Here’s our ultimate guide to five of its islands, whether you’re travelling kid-free or with the kids in tow.

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Magical Muscat and beyond.

Magical Muscat and beyond

With laid-back locals, a rich heritage and captivating landscapes, Oman might be less glitzy than its Middle Eastern neighbours Dubai and Abu Dhabi, but it is awash with exotic delights and sights waiting to be discovered.

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