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Sulphur Baths And Soviet Markets: How To Spend A Weekend In Tbilisi On A Budget

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For as little as €10 a meal, you can eat like royalty in Tbilisi. Read more

Want To Escape The Crowds Of Lake Como And Garda? Head To These Underrated Italian Lakes Instead

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While Lake Como and Garda get all the attention, here are seven Italian lakes that fly under the radar. Read more

From Luxembourg To Swiss Wine Country: Lesser Known UNESCO Sites To Visit In 2024

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To mark World Heritage Day, UNESCO has revealed the best ‘under the radar’ sites to visit in Europe this year. Read more

Byzantine Mosaics, Beaches And Dantes Final Resting Place: Why You Should Visit Ravenna This Summer

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From historic basilicas to Adriatic beaches, this northern Italian city offers the best of both worlds. Read more

Cool Climes, Great Transport Links And An Intriguing History: Why You Should Visit Lithuania

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It’s about to get easier to get to Lithuania. Here’s why you should add it to your holiday hit list. Read more

Istanbuls Hagia Sophia Mosque Has Introduced An Entry Fee. Here Are Some Free Alternatives

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See the new entry fee as motivation to explore some of Istanbul’s lesser-visited mosques. Read more

Frankincense: I Uncovered The Story Behind The Traditional Christmas Scent On A Trip To Oman

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Once more valuable than gold, frankincense is indelibly linked to Oman. Read more

UNESCO Criticised As Cambodia Evicts Thousands From Popular Tourist Site

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The Cambodian government have been seeking to boost tourism at the heritage site since the pandemic lull. Read more

Adventures On The Silk Road: A Luxury High-speed Train Is Coming To This Central Asian Country

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With high speed trains and ancient cultural sites, this beautiful Central Asian city is finally opening up to tourists. Read more

Culture, Cuisine And Countryside: Why Visiting Mauritius Is About More Than Just Sandy Beaches

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Mixing postcard-perfect landscapes with luxury accommodation and outdoor adventures, Mauritius is the golden holiday tic... Read more

Overtourism: Japan's Iconic Mount Fuji Struggles With Human Traffic Jams, Rubbish And Pollution

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A dramatic increase in visitors is causing pollution, safety concerns, and discussions about limiting access. Read more

The Hunger Games And The Worlds Most Beautiful Coal Mine: Why You Should Visit Germanys Ruhr

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This former industrial heartland has transformed coal into culture - with some spectacular results. Read more

The Most Romantic Walk In The World: Italys Path Of Love Reopens After More Than A Decade

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Local authorities are keen to encourage responsible tourism on the route that winds between the Cinque Terre. Read more

Greece's Acropolis: Cap On Daily Visitors And Staggered Entry Times Starting In September

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On some days, 23,000 tourists cram into the ancient complex. Read more

UNESCO Threatens To 'blacklist' Venice If Italy Doesn't Start To Look After Historical Sites

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UNESCO regularly reviews its World Heritage Sites and says those in Venice are 'in danger'. Read more

'It Makes You Sad: Tourists And Fishermen Leave Vietnams Ha Long Bay Covered In Trash

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Ha Long Bay is one of Vietnam's most beautiful nature site. But the UNESCO world heritage site threatened by deluge of p... Read more

Machu Picchu: French And Swiss Tourists Thrown Out Of Inca Citadel For Taking Nude Photos

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Peru increased surveillance at the UNESCO World Heritage site back in 2014 as streaking became a trend. Read more

Rios Iconic Sugarloaf Mountain Is Gaining A New Tourist Attraction But Locals Aren't Happy About It

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Is the best view in Rio about to be ruined by a zip wire? Read more

Banaue Rice Terraces: World Wonder At Risk Of Collapse As As Locals Turn To Tourism Jobs

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The Banaue Rice Terraces were carved into the mountain by hand by the ancestors of the Igorot people. Read more