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Ski Guide: Abruzzo, Italy

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Ski Guide: Abruzzo, Italy

Right in the centre of Italy, Abruzzo is bounded by Lazio to the west, Le Marche to the north, Molise to the south and the shores of the Adriatic to the east. Indeed they brag you can ski in the morning and lie on the beach in the afternoon as Pescara, on the coast, is only an hour from away. It’s hard to imagine that there can be skiing so close to Rome, only around 90 minutes away by road About Abruzzo The mountains are rugged here, with some of the most dramatic scenery in Italy, and they’re perfect for...

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5 incredible primate safaris in Uganda and Rwanda

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5 incredible primate safaris in Uganda and Rwanda

ave you ever seen gorillas or chimpanzees in the wild? These fascinating and intelligent primates live in the forests and mountains of Uganda and Rwanda in East Africa. Watching them socialise and bond with their young is true privilege. Meet the primates up close and personal with one of these five wildlife safaris organised by Uganda-based tour operator, Kagera Safaris. These entertaining tours all educate about deforestation and illegal hunting that could lead their extinction. Some safaris also offer the chance to observe an incredible variety of birdlife and other wildlife. 10-day Uganda Primates Safari Safari Highlights: Explore the rainforests,...

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11 beautiful beaches near Monopoli, Puglia

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11 beautiful beaches near Monopoli, Puglia

The quaint and ancient fishing village of Monopoli, with its white-washed stone buildings and sculptured churches, is around 30km south of Bari in Puglia in Italy’s famous Apulia region – on a map you will find it in Italy’s heel. “Monos Polis” means singularly unique and what makes it so even today is its sensational coast line that hems the Apulian coast because hidden within are ribbons of sand that can be found hidden in small coves and the low limestone rocks. Some are right in the city, others a little further out. Some have a beach club with umbrellas...

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The 6 Best Warm-Weather Long Weekend Getaways

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The 6 Best Warm-Weather Long Weekend Getaways

ANTIGUA Most U.S. cities offer relatively affordable and easy flights to the luxurious Caribbean Island of Antigua (it’s a straight four-hour shot from NYC). With gorgeous resorts, and 365 amazing beaches, there’s really nowhere better to relax and soak up the sun. PUERTO RICO Puerto Rico for a rowdy spring break destination. San Juan happens to be a terribly sophisticated city with great restaurants, design shops, boutique hotels and, of course, white sand galore. Our pick is Luqiillo beach, a calm and protected lagoon just 30 minutes from town. Plus, since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory, traveling is simple…and...

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5 Surprising Must-Visit Foodie Destinations

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5 Surprising Must-Visit Foodie Destinations

France and Italy get all the glory, but there’s so much more global cuisine to explore. Here are 5 unexpected destinations for culinary travel. Croatia Perched at the crossroads between Italy, central Europe and the former Ottoman Empire, Croatiais a country with a complicated history – and a diverse culinary scene to match. Inland, you’ll find that central European fare dominates, with a focus on meats, cheeses, noodles, and fruit spirits. Visit Istria, a Croatian-Italian bilingual region that borders Italy and Slovenia, for a strong local food scene that makes the most of the region’s excellent products: look for seafood, olive oil, mushrooms, truffles and...

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