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Top 10 budget restaurants and bistros in Paris

Paris is home to some of the world's finest – and priciest – restaurants. But a new breed of affordable places to eat means the budget traveller needn't feel hard done by. We pick 10 places where you can dine on excellent French cuisine for €20 a head<p>Eating on a budget in Paris often used to leave …

Confessions of an airport security worker

A former US airport security worker has confirmed the suspicions of many fliers by admitting that staff will often laugh and gawk at the images of naked passengers that appear on full body scanners.<p>In a candid confession for the website Politico, Jason Harrington, a Transportation Security …

Top 10 budget restaurants, cafes and street-food stalls in Bristol

Bristol is famous for its music and culture, and it has a vibrant food scene to match. Updating our first cheap eats guide to the city, we pick 10 more great restaurants to eat for under £10<p>The Canteen<p>Could it get any more Bristol? Slap bang in the centre of Stokes Croft, the city's radical, …

Top 10 Argentina for first-timers

Round up the best of Argentina – the wine, the fishing, the tango, the mountaineering, the skiing, the literature, the beef, the architecture, the clubbing – and you have the building blocks for one of the most exciting journeys you’ll ever take. No joke. While so many things in Argentina are …

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Bhutan untamed: snow leopards on the Snowman Trek

Reading down the list of options on the spa menu thoughtfully placed beside my Bhutan hotel bed, I like the sound of the traditional hot stone massage and the full-body salt exfoliation and scrub followed by a relaxing soak. A mani/pedi would also be welcome, come to that.<p>There is a school of …

Pictures We Love: June

Giant ducks, burning mannequins, and the oldest person in America grace the frames of our photo editors' picks for top June news pictures.

25 amazing rooftop bars in London

Amazing Road Trips

Travel Photography

National Park focus: The Broads

<b>Where</b><p>Eastern England<p><b>When was it formed as National Park?</b><p>1988<p><b>Size</b><p>125 miles of inland waterways<p>View Larger Map<p><b>Insider guide</b><p><b>By Andrea Kelly</b><p><b>Job role:</b> Senior ecologist<p><b>Best view</b><p>I couldn’t choose just one; I love the views when out walking along the river banks admiring that expanse of marshes. Each view …

Live webchat: holidays in France

From 1pm today, our panel of France experts will be answering your questions live. They will be on hand to offer hotel recommendations, help find a pretty town or beach, advise on the best things to see and do and generally help you plan for your holiday.<p>Our experts are Anthony Peregrine, the …

Wild running: a night in the Shropshire hills

I am running in the dark. The hour is late; the twinkling lights in the valley over 500 metres directly below us are disappearing by the minute. All …

Expensive experiences, cheaper alternatives

The world’s most iconic travel experiences don’t usually come cheap – but sometimes there are real alternatives. Here are some ideas for the budget-conscious, and expert advice on whether it’s actually worth paying the price for some of these bucket-list classics.<p><b>1. Orient Express vs InterRail</b> …

National Parks

Planning a trip to Switzerland? There are few better ways to see this gorgeous country than by public transit: http://www.bbc.com/travel/feature/20120613-switzerland-by-public-transport?OCID=fbtvlimg

www.amanresorts.com Ever get that feeling that you really want to completely escape from it all? Well, the resort of Amangiri, probably the most secluded hotel on the planet, is becoming increasingly popular among the rich and famous who want to do

www.amanresorts.com<p>Ever get that feeling that you really want to completely escape from it all?<p>Well, the resort of Amangiri, probably the most …

How to eat Indian street food safely

Tucking into street food is one of the joys of travelling in India – here are some tips to help avoid tummy troubles.<p>1. Give yourself a few days to adjust to the local cuisine, especially if you’re not used to spicy food.<p>2. You know the rule about following a crowd – if the locals are avoiding a …

Deep Frying

Somme anniversary: great battlefield tours

World History

How to Photograph Fireworks

Getting great shots of these pyrotechnic displays is not as hard as you think.<p>Photographing fireworks can be challenging but it's not impossible. Here we share tips and tricks for taking the guesswork out of shooting this nighttime event, and getting inspired to capture your own unique …

National Geographic Society - National Geographic Society

<b>Investing in Groundbreakers and Changemakers:</b> Each year we give more than 450 grants to scientists, educators, and storytellers around the world.

Croatia: meet the new EU neighbours

<i>Idemo, Hrvatska!</i> Let's go, Croatia! The country's image is being recast by travel writers dazzled by the Adriatic and charmed by the …

Croatia in the EU: Q & A for holidaymakers

<b>What’s the attraction?</b><p>The Croatian coastline stretches for more than 1,000 miles covering some 1,100 islands and islets which with their pine-tree scents, striking backdrops, beautifully-framed beaches (albeit mainly pebbly) and the swirling deep blue waters of the Adriatic (among the cleanest in …

Glastonbury prepares for mudfest as forecasters predict rainy festival season

Submerged tents and mud-splattered clothes are as much a part of the British festival scene as the music – and it looks as if this year could be no …

Ten of the world’s toughest bike rides

Cycling’s toughest competitors will line up their bikes in the Corsican town of Porto-Vecchio on 29 June for the centenary edition of the Tour de France. Three weeks of extreme climbs and lightning-fast time trials await. So if their exploits leave you feeling inspired, why not try one of these …

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A culinary tour of Bolivia: cooking with altitude

I hadn't signed up for this. A small corner cafe in the Bolivian city of El Alto and a steamy bowl of soup plonked down in front of me. The dish in …