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The show that redefined Miami


Miami Vice debuted 30 years ago with cool cops and a New Wave soundtrack, transforming the world’s view of Miami – and ultimately, Miami itself.
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Danger: Saint-Malo and the highest tides in Europe


In this French beach town, the ocean rushes in fast and without forgiveness.
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The Travel Show

Surfing the waves of a man-made island

Sentosa, a tiny island off the coast of Singapore, is best known for its largely man-made beaches, scarce natural beauty and unexpected water sports.
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Worldwide Weird

See this crazy castle before the summer of 2015


Four Brazilians covered the 13th-century Kelburn Castle with vibrant murals – but their work won’t be around for long.
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A quest to see Canada’s orcas in the wild


As the debate about captive killer whales continues, the waters off Vancouver Island offer an incredible chance to see the creatures in their natural habitat.
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BBC Travel’s 2014 gift guides


Ideas for every explorer on your list
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Photographers’ views of Scotland

See the country as you rarely see it

Driving the ‘Roof of the World’

Discover a region of severe, natural beauty

Budapest’s hidden Jewish ghetto

Get a rare window into a tumultuous past

Father Christmas’ island escape

The saint’s story is shrouded in mystery

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Stunning photos from around the world


Scenery once owned by James Cameron

Find Hollywood’s past in these rugged mountains

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