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Europe’s timeless railways

Years on from the golden age of European rail travel, the transcontinental Orient Express, the Scottish West Highland line and the Bergensbanen in Norway still retain their allure.


The golden age of train travel

For a shining period in history, passenger trains offered luxuries from the finest chefs to personal tailors.


Italy's secret caves

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In the remote southern Italian region of Basilicata is the unique and ancient cave-city of Matera, famous for its sassi, stone houses carved out of the caves and cliffs.
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The green fairy flies again

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After being banned for nearly 100 years, absinthe is back on the drinks menu in France.
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Worldwide Weird

Learn to prepare snails in Provence

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In northern Ventoux, tour a snail farm and learn how to cook the creatures with traditional French techniques.
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Musical destinations: New Ross, Ireland

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Once a major port where hundreds of Irish set off for the New World, New Ross is now welcoming the arrival of many of today’s finest up-and-coming pianists.
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