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London’s stairway to heaven

24 September 2013 | By

Head to the Tate Modern in Southwark and you could find yourself lost in a gravity-defying maze of 15 interlocking wooden stairways.

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Forms of Identification

Forms of identification: Marcello Arrambide

Irreverent responses from the Wandering Trader, a stock market trader by day who fuses his profession with his passion, travel blogging.

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In brief: South Korea builds an invisible skyscraper

20 September 2013 | By

Every Friday, we help you navigate the week’s most important and interesting travel news stories.

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Is this the end of the rude Parisian waiter?

20 September 2013 | By

Paris has long been renowned for its unfriendly service. But the Paris Tourist Board is hoping a new etiquette guide will make the stereotype a thing of the past.

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Worldwide Weird

A magical, fire-breathing timekeeper in France

18 September 2013 | By

Forget cuckoos – when the clock of a seemingly normal building hits 12, six golden dragon heads emerge from the windows, spewing smoke and roaring at the crowds below.

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In Paris, a New York-style High Line

11 September 2013 | By

An abandoned railway line that encircles the French capital is being transformed into an enchanting flora- and fauna-rich walkway.

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Mumbai’s elephantine festival

09 September 2013 | By

Starting 9 September, join the millions heading to India’s most populous city to celebrate the birth of the elephant-headed Hindu god of wisdom, Ganesha.

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Share your travel stories

09 September 2013 | By

A new animated travel series based on our readers' adventures will launch in early 2014.

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