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Broadway Travel are an experienced travel company based in Luton, Newcastle and Frimley providing the best deals on holidays, city breaks and cruises since 1948. Broadway products are ATOL and ABTA protected and booking via the website or call centre is simple. Prices are subject to change. This holiday is provided by, and your resulting
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Last summer, adventurer Ash Bhardwaj travelled the length of Russia’s European border, from the Arctic Circle to Ukraine for The Telegraph’s Edgelands podcast. In the final episode, he explores Chernobyl and meets a “self-settler” who returned to his home after the evacuation, then visits the unrecognised country of Transnistria. Listen to the sixth episode of Edgelands using
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A gastronomic delight with real cultural clout That Lyon is a sterling choice for bon vivants becomes evident within seconds of tucking into coq au vin in a jam-packed bistro, admiring fine art in a Renaissance abbey, or getting deliciously lost in a traboule (secret passageway) used by 19th-century silk weavers. It’s a enthralling, richly-storied city –
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The England football team faces Belgium this evening, a country that enjoys a reputation for being – shall we say – slightly boring. A little beige. Indeed, in our Travel World Cup, in which we’ve been asking our Twitter followers to rate nations not on their sporting prowess but their appeal to holidaymakers, England swept
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Holland’s answer to Oxford and Cambridge is a treasure trove of art, here’s how to get the best out of your city break there. Go now Leiden, squeezed between Amsterdam and The Hague, has it all: canals, gabled houses, world-class museums, and a profusion of intriguing shops – with a few windmills thrown in for
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Although best known from its west approach, from Holy Island village, Lindisfarne Castle is beautiful from all angles, and one of the reasons that this route is so satisfying is that it allows walkers to appreciate it from all sides. Not only will those who venture here be able to admire this 16th-century building: they
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Spanning seven countries, over 1,100 tributaries, more than 6,400km with a drainage basin the size of Australia and a mouth, by some estimates, wider than the English Channel, the Amazon River may not be the world’s longest river (the Nile, generally, pips it) but it is without a doubt the largest and most exciting to
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