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New photo-driven websites can inspire travel


Online scrapbooking may serendipitously lead you to your next holiday destination.
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A Florida coast road trip

Florida claims 1,800 miles of coastline – meaning a basket of peel-and-eat shrimp, waving palm trees and hypnotic sunsets are never far away.
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Florida’s Gulf Coast

With sand that is white and soft as sugar, rolling dunes, clear turquoise waters and towns bursting with Southern charm, you are sure to find your place in the sun.

The world’s best cemeteries


From the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles to the Poets' Mausoleum in Tabriz, here are some of our favourite resting places.
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The Passport blog

In brief: Jack the Cat and other travel tweets


Every Friday, we help you navigate the week’s most important and most interesting travel news stories.
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Cape Town wins World Design Capital title


Visitors can see the South African city’s strides in urban planning.
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