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Telegraph
19/09/2020 06:46:22 PM
Latest newsTwo more countries removed from quarantine-free travel list
The empty Greek island you should visit right now Tranquil Paxos isn't exactly nightlife central
Is lockdown-free Sweden winning in Scandinavia? Swedens long game looks to be paying dividends
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Cruise boss backs testing to save industry from 'impossible situation'
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Can I visit South Africa? Latest travel advice as country reopens borders
How to get travel insurance should you choose to ignore Foreign Office advice
October half-term holiday tracker: The best options for a family escape in 2020
A Grand Tour of Britain for 2020 – the nation's most unmissable sights Its 250 years since writer William Gilpin enjoyed a British alternative to the Grand Tour to get through the pandemic, we need a new one
Secret seaside: 10 overlooked corners of Britain for a late summer escape
The Battle of Britain, brought to life: Where to celebrate our finest hour
Sun? Forget sun – the rainiest holidays are the best
People who wear masks in Sweden get stared at, not the other way around Now lockdown-free Sweden has been placed on the quarantine-free list, Britons might be tempted to visit
Big lakes, treehouse hotels and time travel – 15 reasons to visit Sweden
Italy's face mask rules make as much sense as a peeing section in a swimming pool
Anguilla becomes latest Caribbean island to reopen to tourists
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'You wouldn't get me on a plane for any money' – Jenni Murray on her pandemic holiday plans The presenter on Covid-19 ruining her birthday, and her best ever travels
Simon Schama: 'Brazil is a heaven and hell of a country' The historian on dodging tear gas in Paris and a place of mind-blowing beauty in Britain
Simon de Pury: 'I wondered whether it was better to be burnt alive or eaten by a crocodile' The auctioneer on airport art, a boat fire and an eye-watering bill for melon
Tom Kerridge: 'Food is always central to my travels – and Greece is top of the menu' The celebrity chef on offal tacos in Arizona and why camping is not for him
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On board easyJet's first post-lockdown flight We are all wearing face coverings, ranging from hospital-grade face masks to ahem a repurposed sock
Airlines are ditching first class – will Covid-19 kill the front cabin? Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa have all scratched the offering
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Flights to nowhere: Airlines launch sightseeing trips to avoid travel restrictions Carriers in Australia and Taiwan have been taken by the idea
These absurd Covid-19 rules have actually made airports more civilised Cleaner, more efficient, less crowded but there are certain drawbacks
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How the Four Seasons forged its future in London, 50 years ago The hotel focussed on luxury toilet paper, comfy beds and American informality
Why there's never been a better time to visit Mykonos Its all gone quiet on the Greek island famed for its party scene, and its all the lovelier for it. Now's the time to see it.
'If it were a person it would be Poldark': Elizabeth Day visits The Pig at Harlyn Bay The newest Pig hotel delights with broody interiors, spectacular grounds and excellent service
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13/08/2020 09:47:59 AM
Why Puglia's palazzi hotels are perfect for a post-lockdown holiday This corner of Italy, far from the madding crowds, has a host of classy palazzi conversions the best place for a socially distanced break
I've found a pocket of Cornwall that's not overrun with tourists Portloe is surprisingly, soul-soothingly, mind-emptying-ly peaceful
A postcard from the British seaside town where Covid snobs aren't welcome
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My run-in with a Cornish local as the over-entitled hordes fill their town
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After Padstow and Salcombe, overtourism has taken another scalp in the South West Dartmoor has seen a dramatic rise in antisocial behaviour this summer
England's best secret beaches
We're witnessing the sad demise of the great British pub crawl
An English railway journey back in time
There are only 17 active cases in Ibiza – so why can't Britons visit? Many in Spain believe theres more to the UK governments decision than just Covid-19 case numbers
'In the Covid-free Greek islands I found uncrowded beaches, low prices – and freedom'
A postcard from Melbourne, where residents are breaking the draconian lockdown to buy Big Macs
Amsterdam introduces mandatory masks – despite experts saying they are not needed
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Lionel Shriver: 'The country at the top of my bucket list is Japan' The novelist on travelling for literary festivals, walking in Brooklyn and collecting animal bones
Richard Marx: 'I helped subdue a traveller with air rage' The singer on air rage, getting married in Aspen, and his boyhood infatuation with Australia
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48 hours in . . . Paris, an insider guide to the City of Lights
48 hours in . . . Dubrovnik, an insider guide to the magnificent walled city on the Adriatic
48 hours in . . . Prague, an insider guide to the Golden City
48 hours in . . . Istanbul, an insider guide to the city of two continents
On board easyJet's first post-lockdown flight We are all wearing face coverings, ranging from hospital-grade face masks to ahem a repurposed sock
Airlines are ditching first class – will Covid-19 kill the front cabin? Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa have all scratched the offering
We've been duped into thinking domestic air travel is normal For every plane kept in the sky by the Government, we're siphoning money away from rail, road and cycling infrastructure
World's largest passenger plane stripped of seats to make way for cargo A slump in passenger demand makes vast aircraft harder to fill
Spain's parador hotels – the country's best-kept secrets – are back in business The state-run chain, often located in buildings of historic interest or at sites of outstanding natural beauty, are welcoming guests again
Britain's best country house hotels for a glorious post-lockdown staycation
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Forget floating hotels, these ships are made for people who hate cruises Coronavirus has delayed the launches of new large ships, while bookings for are up for more petite vessels
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Holland America Line renames new ship after one it has just sold 6 Aug 2020, 12:08pm
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UK’s leading ski holiday operator reveals surge in bookings as hotels trump chalets 23 Jul 2020, 12:08pm
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I've found a pocket of Cornwall that's not overrun with tourists Portloe is surprisingly, soul-soothingly, mind-emptying-ly peaceful
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With age, I've come to hate doing new things on holiday Paddleboarding, for one, is just a bad back waiting to happen and I'm not falling for it
A postcard from the British seaside town where Covid snobs aren't welcome Perhaps Margates chequered past has made it humbler than other UK beach towns
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Can I visit France? The latest travel advice as tourists warned of new quarantine France is experiencing what some worry is a second wave
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Can I visit Portugal? The latest advice as country launches 'Covid-safe' insurance The UK Government has omitted Portugal from its list of quarantine exemptions but that could soon change
How to experience the simple joys of canal life in Britain Looking for some gentle post-lockdown voyages of discovery? Here's how to make the most of Britains magical waterways
Where to go in France – the safest regions and places to avoid Expert advice on where to book a holiday in France in 2020
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