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Sardinian indulgence

  Sardinia hopes to attract more UK visitors out of season – but what can it offer in the cooler months? Rupert Parker joined a group of Guild colleagues invited to find out: In summer, Sardinia is busy with tourists heading for its glorious beaches. But this is March. The easyJet flight from Luton to…

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The Other Side of Tenerife

This year the British Guild of Travel Writers held its Annual General Meeting in Tenerife. From paragliding to whale watching, there were plenty of activities on offer that showcased the beauty of the island. Members share some photos of the trip: A PILOT WHALE EXPELLING AIR THROUGH ITS BLOWHOLE, TIM BIRD WAVES CRASHING AGAINST THE…

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Milan: Gothic splendour and urban chic

Kathryn Tomasetti reveals the often overlooked charms of Italy’s second city Tourists tend to skip over Italy’s northern capital.  Milan isn’t famous for great art, though it has much more than its star turn, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper. Nor is it known for canals, though it has those, too. But unlike Italy’s more powerful sightseeing magnets…