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Europe
 
Belgium - Geographically small, fought in and over for centuries...
 
Bulgaria - It still requires a minor effort of will to think of Bulgaria as...
 
Canary Islands - Where do the smart people go in winter? For many years, one answer...
 
Cyprus - Deities like Dionysos, the god of wine, and Aphrodite, goddess of...
> Limassol - Once the wedding venue for Crusader Richard the Lionheart and...
> Latchi - Wrapped in legend, trails named after Greek deities lead you...
 
France - The grandeur of the Alps, or the only slightly gentler mountains of...
> Corsica - Renowned as the birthplace of the Napoleon, Corsica is an island...
 
Greece - In the ancient world 'Greece' meant Athens; for the modern traveler it...
> Athens - Dedicated to Athena, the Parthenon remains Perikles' most...
> Corfu - The Ionian isle of Corfu was one of the first Greek islands to...
 
Spain - Spain is where many things come together. For centuries it marked where...
> Barcelona - Climb to the leafy surroundings of Montju´c Park, home to the 1992...
> Madrid - Europe's highest capital is a fascinating collection of contrasting...
 
Turkey - The country's Turquoise Coast is now easier to reach with the...
> Marmaris - One of Turkey's larger resorts, beaches around this popular...

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North America
 
Anguilla - The long narrow shape not only provides the island's name ('eel') but...
 
Barbados - Anyone can speak Bajan, they say, just use English with a big smile...
 
Canada - Stretching between two oceans, using two official languages, with two of...
 
Cuba - Cuba's melting pot of cultural influences includes aboriginal, spanish, african...
> Havana - Dangerously delicious mojitos in 'Papa' Hemingway's favourite bar...
 
Mexico - Trivia question - in which country is California? Smart-alec answer...
> Cancun - Quite what the original Mayan inhabitants of the region would...
 
United States - The USA is so all-pervasive in today's world that it can be a shock...
> Chicago - 'The Windy City' on the fringes of Lake Michigan has long been a...
> Grand Canyon - You can't describe the Canyon without numbers - but equally...
> Orlando - Orlando exists for visitors. The equable climate makes it a respite...
 
St Lucia - Warring fleets of French and English bounty hunters have long finished...

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Asia
 
China - Old 'Peking...'new 'Beijing'; the Forbidden City... the political focal point of...
 
Oman - The sands of the desert... or the sand of the beaches? Best advice would...
 
Thailand - From the traditional Siam of the 'King and I', modern Thailand seems to...
> Bangkok - Take to the glass and concrete maze and ignore the choking traffic...
 
United Arab Emirates - Until recently, 'desert' meant a harsh, barren environment...
> Dubai - Old world charm may be in short supply in Dubai, but since oil was...
> Abu Dhabi - The Emirate and city of Abu Dhabi lie in the oil-rich section of...

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South America
 
Argentina - From the glorious Iguazu Falls on Argentina's northern border, to the...
 
Chile - From the glorious Iguazu Falls on Argentina's northern border, to...

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Australasia
 
Australia - Red desert and golden beaches are just two of the wonders which...
> Cairns - Cairns's location on the North Queensland tropical coast means...
> Melbourne - As locals will readily tell you, Melbourne was founded at...
> Sydney - From the Harbour Bridge to the iconic Opera House, Sydney isa...
 
New Zealand - Almost twice the size of the UK but with a population of only 4...

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Africa
 
Maritius - Basking in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius offers...
 
South Africa - 'Set me down blindfold on the veldt, after however long a journey...
 
Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe is currently not high on any traveller?s destination list but...

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