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20 of the World’s Best Street Foods

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Sample some of the world's best street food including exotic savoury dishes such as takoyaki in Japan and ta'amiya in Egypt Delight in delicious desserts including firm favourites such as Italian gelato, French crêpes and Spanish churros Culinary inspiration and ideas to ditch the cutlery and dive straight into exciting and tasty global cuisine as ...

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A Guide to River Cruising for Art Lovers

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Find the best galleries and museums along European and Russian rivers Art from France, Hungary, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Russia and Spain Add a little extra culture to your river cruise by Sue Bryant River cruising is made for art lovers. Just about any voyage you choose will take you through cities where world-famous museums house legendary ...

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Best of Berlin’s Street Food

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Get an insider look at the street foods of Berlin Doughnuts, pretzels and kebabs Find the hidden food markets and festivals in Germany by the Insider Guide Street food is on everyone’s lips; food trucks are lining pavements from Bangkok to New York and we show no sign of losing our appetite for them. This is ...

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A Musical River Cruise Through the Heart of Europe

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Europe is a land of music. From its legendary composers to its iconic cities, you can find its musical past and present around every corner. Its very geography summons melodies to mind, like the Danube or the forests of Germany, making a journey through it a unique musical adventure. A river cruise on the Danube is ...

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10 Bucket List Items You Can Check Off From a River Cruise

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by Sue Bryant Most of us have a ‘bucket list’ – that collection in your mind of places you absolutely have to visit. Luckily, many of the world’s most iconic sights can be visited on a river cruise. Do any of these feature in your personal top ten? See the sunset at Angkor Wat The 12th century Angkor ...

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4 Hidden Gems of Heidelberg

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Learn the secret history of Heidelberg  Discover the city's best beer garden and inns What is the Student Prison in Augustinergasse? by Frank, tour manager Heidelberg, the former capital of the Palatinate and the seat of Germany’s oldest university, is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. Its principal attraction is certainly not hidden away: ...

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