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Strange and surreal abandoned places | Photo Gallery

Eastern State Penitentiary, USA<p>Once the world’s most expensive prison, from 1829 this facility boasted grand architecture, modern luxuries and …

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The Burma Bourdain saw: Life in Yangon and Bagan

Anthony Bourdain’s new CNN show “<b>Parts Unknown</b>” debuted last night amidst a lot of hype, and it didn’t disappoint. Picking Myanmar as the subject of …

My hammam experience in Marrakech

Our featured Blogger of the Week, Emily Luxton, explains how to get beaten and sluiced in Marrakech<p>The first time I visited Marrakech, I was keen to …

Ten things to do in Hong Kong for free | Travel Feature

Hit the m<b>useums on a Wednesday</b><p>Schedule your culture fix for a Wednesday, when many of Hong Kong’s galleries and museums throw open their doors for …

Bratislava: a beer lover's guide

Bratislava is a simple beast. Skulking quietly in the shadow of Vienna and Budapest, the capital of Slovakia is often rushed through as tourists make …

Under £250: Larking around lakes, Croatia

Tumbling waterfalls, island hops, flaky pastries and moving museums – Clare Wilson packs a lot into her budget Adriatic adventure<p><b>Who?</b> Clare Wilson, …

7 Incredible Grand Tours You Can Actually Afford

Sometimes a one-week vacation just isn't enough. From a safari journey around Africa to an extensive cross-country tour of the U.S., we've rounded up …

From skulls to sewers: the darker side of Paris

Paris basks in its reputation as a glittering capital of fashion, art and culture – but it also has the power to bewitch visitors with more macabre sights.<p>Peer behind the glamour of the French capital to discover the best of its underground wonders and grisly history.<p>Les Catacombes<p>Beneath Paris’ …

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Lumbini, Nepal - birthplace of Buddha: travel guide

<b>Guide to Lumbini in Nepal</b><p>My Rating:<p>highlights - getting there - map - itineraries - accommodation<p><b>Lumbini is located in the Rupandehi district of</b> …

South Korea Travel | Places to visit in South Korea

Dynamic cities, misty mountains and red-hot cuisine<p>The Korean peninsula is a tantalizingly unexplored slice of East Asia – a pine-clad land of …

Off-the-beaten track Croatia

<b>The Marsh family, Nottingham, writes</b><p>We – fiftysomething parents, a 21-year-old daughter and 19-year-old son – are travelling to Zadar, Croatia, for a week in August. We would like to experience “local” Croatia, use the ferries to access the islands to stay, swim and relax, and to do some walking. …

The Gardens of Marrakech – in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2013/apr/24/gardens-of-marrakech-morocco-in-pictures<p>720<p>Marrakech is famed for its pink-hued historic …

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Worst Tourist Traps: 10 Of The World's Most Stressful Destinations (And How To Avoid Them)

The Tower of London. Times Square. The Taj Mahal. Between crowds, queues and inflated admission costs, hitting the world's biggest "can't-miss" sights can easily become the most stressful part of any vacation. The actual experience of these attractions rarely lives up to the hype (it's hard to …

Tipping in America

Ask the experts: Douglas Rogers, our New York expert, explains how much bar, restaurant and hotel staff in the US expect to be tipped.<p><b>Denise Key, York, writes</b><br>I will be travelling to the US for the first time this year, and have heard confusing stories about norms and expectations regarding tipping. …

Fast Facts About Red Square

Moscow’s Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad) is known for its political symbolism, but was actually named for its loveliness: <i>Krasnaya,</i> or “red,” meant “beautiful” in old Russian.<p>The plaza has drawn crowds since it was a 1400s shantytown. Russians know the square as the front yard of rulers from Ivan …

Ten beach-free things to do in Rio de Janeiro

One of the world’s most captivating cities, Rio de Janeiro has indisputably beautiful beaches and fantastic nightlife. But after taking in the comely sands of Ipanema, ticking off key attractions like Sugar Loaf and Christ the Redeemer and dancing the night away in Lapa, what else does Rio have to …

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Taiwan: Isle of the unexpected

The Portuguese quite rightly called lush, mountainous and culturally diverse Taiwan the ‘Beautiful Isle’ – so where are all the tourists?<p>I was on a …

Island in the storm: a trip to Sri Lanka

"So are you a Buddhist?" I ask the driver.<p>"No, I am Hindu."<p>"Oh, so you're a Tamil?"<p>"I am a Tamil," the driver says, and then shouts: "BUT I AM NOT A …

A Guide to the Bull Runs in Spain

01 of 05<p>This is the big one. Spanning from July 6 to 14 every year, this famed event is eight days of bull runs that attract daredevils from around …

The best food in the world – and where to eat it | Travel Feature

Savour ceviche in Lima, Peru<p>Something like fish salad, <i>ceviche</i> is “cooked” in an acidic bath of lemon and lime juice and diced onion, tomato, …

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Exploring Finland Beyond Helsinki

Snow, Cold and Nokia: the three words I most often hear associated with Finland.<p>Yet the Nordic Country -- full of swathes of untapped wilderness, quirky and creative design and up-and-coming cuisine -- has a lot more that meets the eye, especially in the summer.<p>I was lucky enough to spend an …

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