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How to spend a boutique 48 hours in Regensburg, Germany at Christmas (inc.video)

Although Bavaria lives up to all its wonderful cliches of lederhosen, dirndls and of course its beer-supping, thigh-slappingly jolly festivals, the Southeastern state in Germany Bavaria offers much more than just a fine place to get drunk. It’s a place where pristinely glossy landscapes are punctuated with story-book castles, traditional churches and neat and medieval…

Top 15 prettiest villages in England

A boutique 48 hours in the Cotswolds, England

I’ve visited the Cotswolds twice before many years ago, but it’s the kind of place that lingers with you long after your trip. Rolling elegantly across not one but six English counties, the thatch-roofed cottages, rickety almshouses and ancient mansions of honey-coloured stone are the kind of sights you don’t forget in a hurry. Springtime…

Cool things to do in Perth, Western Australia for travel snobs

While most visitors head to Sydney and the East Coast, more isolated Western Australia is often overlooked by travellers. Quieter and arguably with just as much to offer –possibly even more – Australia’s Western state is home to gorgeous coastline, ruggedly beautiful national parks and some vibrant, cosmopolitan cities. Its capital Perth, ranks very highly…

7 of the most beautiful wine tasting destinations for travel snobs

7 of the most beautiful wine tasting destinations for travel snobs

Know your clarets from your chiantis, or just want to learn in gorgeous surroundings? Our wine loving guest blogger Deborah Regen from EcoTourLinQ has chosen her favourite beautiful locations for your next wine adventure. All are home to idyllic unspoilt scenery and tasteful places to stay that it will please even the most hardened travel snobs out there…