Ever heard of Wroclaw? You will soon. It’s a European Capital of Culture for 2016. My weekend break here was full of surprises.
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Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country! Sir Joseph of Lewes set out to explore some of the best of them.
5000 miles, 5 time zones – across vast plains, dusty deserts and the Siberian wilderness, all the way from Moscow to Beijing.
The ultimate way to experience arctic winter. Just you, the hush of the sled’s skis and the patter of the dogs’ feet.
With its frozen lakes and spirit beliefs, Karelia feels like a land from a children’s story – apart from the snowmobiles.
Blood-thirsty tyrants or talented craftsmen and sailors? Denmark is the ideal place to really get to know the Vikings.
Dramatic scenery, fine food and – of course – excellent wine await… when you walk the Valley of Gold.
Albania was a Europe’s last Communist state. Now it offers spectacular countryside, cultural treasures and amazing value.
Looking for a serious adrenaline rush? Might I suggest a winter short break to Lillehammer.