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Chase the winter sun.

Chase the winter sun

If you’re craving a dose of Vitamin D this winter, head to one of these short(ish)-haul destinations for a sunshine fix – we guarantee you’ll return home sporting a tan and feeling rejuvenated. Just no gloating in the office, please.

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Where do pilots go on holiday?

Where do pilots go on holiday?

Still looking for holiday inspiration for your big 2017 break? We asked a panel of well-travelled British Airways pilots which destinations they want to visit this year – and which new routes are on their radar.

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Shake up your summer holiday

Shake up your summer holiday

Whether you’re looking for Caribbean-style beaches closer to home or want to indulge in a hefty dose of culture without the crowds, these alternative escapes are guaranteed to make your summer sizzle.

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Universal Orlando™ in four fun days.

Universal Orlando™ in four fun days

You’ve arrived at Universal Orlando Resort™. Exhausted? Overwhelmed? Good thing the staff are so attentive. That’s American service for you. You’ve checked in at one of the five on-site hotels and you’re making the most of your own hotel tonight by dining in. Good thing it’s all delicious. Download The Official Universal Orlando Resort™ App for live queue times and interactive maps, ready to take full advantage of your Universal Orlando™ Explorer Ticket.

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Three epic North American trips.

Three epic North American trips

With awe-inspiring landscapes, exciting cities, and wide, open roads made for driving, the world’s third-largest continent delivers adventures of all kinds at every turn. Travel writer Chris Leadbeater picks three epic itineraries that you’ll want to add to your bucket list.

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48 hours in Miami

48 hours in Miami

With its sandy beaches, laid-back yet trendy atmosphere, Art Deco details and distinctly Latin vibe, Miami is the ideal place to get away from it all or be part of the action. We asked local writer, Travis Cohen, for his tips on making the most of 48 hours in the Magic City.

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Ibiza Weekender

Ibiza Weekender

Like any wild child of the 90s, Ibiza has now grown up. But, with its natural beauty, stylish clubs and fusion restaurants, we can’t see it ever getting old. Here’s how to spend 48 hours in Ibiza: enough time to soak in the pool, sip down a cocktail, slip on your dancing shoes, and be back boasting by Monday.

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Prague for arts and culture

Prague for arts and culture

Prague has always boasted fairy-tale castles, ornate palaces and historic museums, but it has also developed a sharp and happening arts and culture scene. Harriet Cooper uncovers the Czech capital’s bohemian sights and hangouts.

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Things to do in France

Things to do in France

It’s not without good reason that we have a romanticised idea of France, with its picture-postcard villages, swathes of rolling countryside, quaint cafés and glorious coastlines. But from Paris to Montpellier and Lyon to Bordeaux, France is also bustling with creative modernity in everything from food to fashion.

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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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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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A road trip from Santiago.

A road trip from Santiago

Make like the locals and take a five-day trip to exciting Cajón de Maipo for fun-fuelled adventure, exhilarating scenery and gastronomic delights, just a stone’s throw from Santiago.

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Five must-visit Santiago vineyards.

Five must-visit Santiago vineyards

Whether you like big round carménères, rich cabernets or a light fruity sauvignon blanc, Chile has a wine for you, and there’s no better place to enjoy the best vintages than at the vineyards themselves. Local on the ground, Sarah Gordon, shares five of the best near Santiago.

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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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Cape Town: a weekend guide

Cape Town: a weekend guide

The Mother City always features on ‘top ten’ lists – and for good reason. Curious culinistas get a world-class menu of foodie opportunities, sun slaves can’t resist the Atlantic seaboard and nature lovers get an eye-watering visual feast. Here’s how to top up your ‘I-heart-Cape-Town’ tank in just 48-hours. The best part? You don’t have to take a single day of leave.

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Port Elizabeth: a weekend guide

Port Elizabeth: a weekend guide

With its award-winning beaches and laidback lifestyle, South Africa’s ‘Friendly City’ couldn’t be friendlier. Yet Port Elizabeth – or PE as it’s known to locals – is enjoying a sustained period of urban renewal and several historic areas have become exciting new hubs. No extra leave? No problem. Here’s how to spend a perfect 48 hours in the city.

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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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