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Travel Story: Tour masters lay world at your feet
Our Travel Editor surveys Collette’s rich offering of tours around the world...
Travel Story: Style by the mile as Manchester finds its vibe
Manchester is reconnecting with its industrial roots, with the chic Northern Quarter leading the way.
Travel Story: Victoria and Albert’s museum dream lives on
More than 65 million people a year visit London attractions — nearly three times the population of Australia.
Arts, Music & Culture: Exhibition toasts England’s north
Welcome to the official opening of the Great Exhibition of the North, a summer-long extravaganza that celebrates culture, heritage, art and innovation.
Travel Story: Historic, wonderful and weird: Heritage holiday rentals with a difference
Everything from a former pigsty to an eccentric summerhouse in the shape of a pineapple is preserved by UK conservation charity the Landmark Trust — and they're available to rent, too.
Arrivals & Departures: Take it slow to London
From Fremantle to London in 43 nights.
Audio: Talking Travel: England
A lot has changed at Stansted Mountfitchet since the days when Stephen Scourfield used to commute to London from his home in the town.
Arrivals & Departures: Scotland offers sprinklings of royal splendour
Those who got swept up in the romance of the royal wedding (let’s face it, who didn’t?) will appreciate these tips from Scotland’s national tourist board, which has created a list of the country’s top royal attractions.
Travel Story: Single Traveller Guide: There are many options for those who want to go it alone
Travelling solo has never been more popular. And though some solo travellers will prefer to take the independent route, being part of a group on an organised tour or a cruise can offer companionship, convenience and a sense of security.
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