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5 Cool European Cities Where You Can Take the Heat this Summer

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9 June 2019

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5 Cool European Cities Where You Can Take the Heat this Summer

If you’re thinking of taking a city break this summer, you might need to take time out from the streets and sightseeing to chill as the mercury rises.

We’ve selected the hottest summer cities in Europe, and recommended the coolest hideaways for while you’re there…

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Thought Jamaica Was All About the Beach? Here’s Why You’re Wrong…

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28 May 2019

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Thought Jamaica Was All About the Beach? Here’s Why You’re Wrong…

“No woman, no cry,” sings our tour guide at the Bob Marley Museum.
He serenades us with his impressive vocal talents as he shows us around the grand former home and recording studio of the Jamaican icon on Hope Road, in the heart of Kingston (bobmarleymuseum.com; 3434 JMD/£20). With his exaggerated patois, his super-chilled vibe and a tendency to explain everything through Marley’s lyrics, our guide is the personification of all the clichés you’ve ever heard about Jamaica.

How to Recreate the Made in Chelsea South Africa Trip – Including the AED37k a Night Villa

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22 May 2019

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Chelsea South Africa Trip

It’s not unusual for the Made In Chelsea cast to fly off to a luxury location on a whim but their latest jaunt was especially extravagant.

Monday night’s episode of the E4 show saw a group of eight from the show, including Jamie Laing, Verity Bowditch and Sophie ‘Habbs’ Habboo, arrive at an enormous villa overlooking Cape Town, South Africa, before sampling some of the sights the area has to offer.

If it made you want to book a trip there immediately, you aren’t alone.

8 Places You Really Shouldn't Go For Your Summer Holiday

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20 May 2019

Places you shouldn't go on your holiday

Tourism can go one of two ways.

It can save communities, fund the upkeep of ancient monuments, and prop up entire economies. But in the era of global travel, there’s a tipping point, beyond which those communities become displaced, monuments eroded, and economies dependent – or ultimately destroyed.

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Play Out Your Game of Thrones Fantasies in This Crowd-Free Corner of Iceland

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16 May 2019

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Maebelle

Crowd-Free Corner of Iceland

Clasping a rock in one hand and a shield in the other, I take aim at enemy forces galloping over the hill. Yet despite all my might, the ammo fails to hit its target, so I cower in a corner, soon realising I’ve backed into a wall.

Although animated, the burly warriors projected by my virtual reality headset seem disturbingly real, and for 10 minutes I’m plunged into a war scene which could have been scripted for Game Of Thrones.