8:26pm Wednesday 29th October 2014
LEANING my head out of the train window, I take in the fresh mountain air as we glide along the edge of Lake Zurich. The beautiful reflection of the winter sun bounces off the icy water and is framed exquisitely by the snow-topped mountains in the distance.
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Skelleftea is a sleepy town in southern Swedish Lapland, not far from the Baltic Sea, characterised by clapboard houses in a palette of pastel hues. And thanks to a new direct three-hour flight from the UK with Ryanair, it's set to become the gateway to an area popular with adventure seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.
8:00am Thursday 28th August 2014
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Laura Wurzal travels to Florida to experience the new Diagon Alley in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter
11:24am Thursday 7th August 2014
2:28pm Wednesday 30th July 2014
Joanne Mace and her family travel to the award-winning Sandy Balls resort in the New Forest National Park
7:00am Thursday 24th July 2014
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USING the same care and attention a jeweller might employ to handle precious stones, 68-year-old farmer Peppino Nunziata examines the plump, waxy lemons hanging from wooden pergolas in his 10,000 square metre garden.
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The Gazette's leisure editor and her family travel to East Sussex to visit Europe's first Hello Kitty attraction
12:48pm Wednesday 4th June 2014
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Off the coast of southern Italian city Naples, Ischia has always been somewhat overshadowed by the glitz and glam of sister island Capri, and subsequently remains largely undiscovered by British tourists.
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It has been 20 years since the genocide in Rwanda. Sarah Marshall finds out how gorilla conservation and wildlife tourism are contributing to its brighter future.
7:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014
Boutique hotels and glamorous rooftop cocktail bars have catapulted Istanbul into the 21st century, says Natalie Marchant
7:00am Tuesday 15th April 2014
It's 60 years since Audrey Hepburn won an Oscar for Roman Holiday. To mark the anniversary, ABI JACKSON heads to the Italian city
12:29pm Tuesday 8th April 2014
The Trevi Fountain may have been deserted when Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck filmed their iconic scenes in Roman Holiday, but today, the cosy square where the Baroque masterpiece resides is awash with tourists.
A DIY drinking culture is exploding in America. Polly Weeks goes in search of beans and beer in Portland, Olympia and Seattle
11:38am Tuesday 1st April 2014
Inspired by the British Museum's new Vikings: Life and Legend exhibition, Sarah Marshall visits Norway's rugged and mountainous Lofoten Islands
12:31pm Tuesday 25th March 2014
10:18am Thursday 13th March 2014
STUDYING the fire red leaves falling into emerald sea below, I don't think I've ever looked at a view so intently before. I look down at my sketchpad, trying to perfect the native Flamboyant tree in front of me.
It's 10 years since The Ghan made its maiden trip across Australia. RICHARD JONES finds that the iconic train is still very much on track
11:30am Tuesday 4th March 2014
With most of Sochi's Team GB candidates having honed their skills on UK slopes, ELLEN BRANAGH joins the Go Ski Go Board scheme before heading to the Austrian Tirol
11:13am Wednesday 26th February 2014
There's a growing trend for entering marathons abroad. JAMES EDGAR combines sightseeing with breaking a sweat on a trip to Cambodia's Angkor Wat
11:06am Thursday 6th February 2014
From weird and wonderful fitness crazes in LA, to a boot camp in Cheltenham, we look at 2014's top health-boosting breaks
12:54pm Tuesday 21st January 2014
Beat the January blues by planning a holiday. SARAH MARSHALL provides some inspiration with a look at 2014's top ten trending destinations
2:03pm Thursday 16th January 2014
There's nothing like a Christmas market to really muster the magic of the season - Abi Jackson rounds-up seven of the best
3:15pm Wednesday 13th November 2013
Now the countdown to Christmas has begun, it's time to start drawing up festive shopping lists. Make the process more bearable by visiting one of Europe's top Christmas markets, says POLLY WEEKS
2:17pm Monday 21st October 2013
AS a Segway zips past, I almost choke on my roasted chestnuts when I realise who's behind the wheel. Wearing a red hat and a bushy beard, it's Father Christmas, who appears to have left his sleigh and reindeer at home this year.
12:41pm Wednesday 9th October 2013
Spend some time in KATHMANDU and its surrounds, says FIONA WOOTTON, and you'll discover plenty of treasures
2:47pm Wednesday 25th September 2013
Many travellers to Nepal fly straight in and out of the capital on their way to a series of well-worn trekking routes around the country. But it's worth sticking around for a few days and exploring the surrounding area.
Cricket fans are setting their sights on a visit to Australia for the next instalment of The Ashes. NICK MCAVANEY takes a sporty trip through Melbourne, one of the host cities.
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REVIEW: Tylney Hall's Summer Spa Day for Two, Rotherwick, Hook, Hampshire - offer runs until August 29
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As Gatsby fever takes the world by storm, ANTHONY LOOCH revisits the real roaring Twenties in Germany's risque capital, Berlin
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