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New Chinese culinary tour

New Chinese culinary tour

Travel Indochina has announced a brand new gastronomy tour of China, covering one of the richest and most varied cuisines in the world.

Experience the best of Morocco’s unexplored areas

Experience the best of Morocco’s unexplored areas

Discover contrasting Moroccan sights - combining the country’s traditional highlights with one of the most spectacular but little visited areas of the Atlas mountains - on a 14-day Morocco: Atlas to the Atlantic guided walking holiday courtesy of HF Holidays.

Adventure, culture and luxury in Wild Arabia

If the BBC’s Wild Arabia series has fired up your taste for a Middle Eastern adventure then look no further than Corinthian Travel, the UK’s leading tour operator to the region offering tailor-made itineraries with first-class accommodation.

Louvre Abu Dhabi to unveil unseen Picasso portrait

Pablo Picasso's never before exhibited work, Portrait of a Lady is one of the art works in Louvre Abu Dhabi's permanent collection and included in the Birth of a Museum exhibition (22 April- 20 July 2013).

Shangri-La’s Villingili launches the Maldives’ first ever cultural tours

Shangri-La’s Villingili launches the Maldives’ first ever cultural tours

Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort & Spa is the first resort in the Maldives to launch cultural tours inviting guests to experience another side to the paradise islands of the Indian Ocean.

Ducati Dream Tours - A perfect weekend of Italian motorcycling

Ducati Dream Tours - A perfect weekend of Italian motorcycling

Ducati are gearing-up for the new riding season with “Ducati Dream Tours”, the perfect weekend of Italian motorcycling that combines the unforgettable experience of visiting the famous Italian motorcycle Factory and Museum with the pleasure of riding a Ducati along the legendary roads that surround Bologna.

Retrace the British Museum’s Pompeii exhibition back to Italy

The much-awaited exhibition ‘Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum’ runs from 28 March – 29 September at the British Museum in London.

Wagnermania in the Cultural Heart of Germany

Wagnermania in the Cultural Heart of Germany

London may have its 'Wagner 200' festival kicking off in May with a birthday concert at the Royal Festival Hall. However, in order to properly celebrate the composer's 200th anniversary, discerning travellers and music buffs should head to the Cultural Heart of Germany, where Richard Wagner was born in Leipzig on 22 May 1813.

Martin Luther King Jr. - ‘I Have a Dream’ - 50 years on

Martin Luther King Jr. - ‘I Have a Dream’ - 50 years on

In August 2013 it will be exactly 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. gave his legendary speech – ‘I Have a Dream’ in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.

Discover Taiwan's outlying islands

The remote location of Taiwan's outlying islands means that they remain relatively untouched by tourists; however each offers a unique experience for holidaymakers from rainforests to sand beaches, tribal villages to Cold War forts.

Follow in the footsteps of Pi on a journey of discovery

Follow in the footsteps of Pi on a journey of discovery

With the film of Life of Pi nominated for an impressive 11 Academy Awards, including best picture, Travel Indochina is preparing to welcome a fresh wave of travellers on its newly-extended "Secrets of South India" Small Group Journey, which spends two nights in the coastal town of Pondicherry where the film was shot.

Welcome to Wondercool Copenhagen in February

Welcome to Wondercool Copenhagen in February

Live music in underground car parks, in the middle of the Darwin exhibition and in abandoned industrial buildings. Guided tours through Copenhagen's lesser-known neighbourhoods and dinners in settings that challenge social conventions.

Bye-Bye Blues: Bucharest Mini-Break & Ballet On Ice

Bye-Bye Blues: Bucharest Mini-Break & Ballet On Ice

Beat the Blues this January with an exclusive cultural city-break to Bucharest that features prime seat-tickets to the stunning performance of "Romeo & Juliet on Ice" by the world-famous St Petersburg Ice Ballet troupe on 19th January 2013.

England's engineering feats

England's engineering feats

On 9th January the London Underground, the world's first subterranean rail network, celebrates its 150th birthday.

Next stop Nicosia: A new dawn for Cyprus' capital

Next stop Nicosia: A new dawn for Cyprus' capital

Locally known as Lefkosia, Nicosia is Cyprus’ largest city. The old city, at the heart of which is the distinctive many-sided Venetian citadel, is home to a wealth of history and tales dating back to the 16th century.