14 fabulous, fun things to do in Oslo (and some of …

You can’t beat a bit of local knowledge. I spent two nights in Oslo, Norway, staying with friends. In those short 48 hours, they introduced…

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Five reasons why our family loves travelling by ferry

On our last few big trips to France, we’ve taken the ferry. Although there are other ways to get across the Channel – flying, for…

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Tunco, a dining experience in Oslo, Norway that won’t …

It’s Saturday night, and Tunco is buzzing with a lively energy. The Norwegian eatery, set in the St Hanshaugen district of Oslo, serves healthy, freshly-cooked…

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The Scottish Alternative Games at New Galloway, Dumfries and Galloway

A Rough Guides Readers’ Poll has just voted Scotland the world’s most beautiful country. There’s no argument about that. The mighty mountains, forests and lochs…

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A Parisian celebration on board a Bateau Mouche

If you haven’t seen the Seine, you don’t know Paris. Like London, the French capital is one of those cities whose pulse reverberates along its…

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Vatnahalsen Høyfjellshotell, and why it’s good to talk …

Bonding with people from different cultures is officially good for your health. In their new ‘Cruise Mates‘ campaign, Thomson Cruises highlight the results of research…

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What to expect from Galloway Forest Park, Dumfries and Galloway, …

Galloway Forest Park is in the lowlands of Scotland, on the country’s western outcrop, in Dumfries and Galloway. Known as “the highlands of the lowlands”,…

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Enjoying the peace at New Galloway, a town in Dumfries …

We’re back! Our three-week road trip through Wales and Scotland ended in a nine-hour journey back home to London. I’ve been spending more time offline…

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Why story-loving families should visit Cornwall

Cornwall is a great destination for families. 300 miles of dramatic coastline, as well as brooding moors and atmospheric forests, make it perfect for outdoorsy…

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