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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Berlin

For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it is also the youngest of the biggest five, having been founded in the 15th century only. Seat of the Brandenburg Margraves and Electors, as well as the... [More]
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<p>For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it

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01 Feb
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<p>For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it

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01 Feb

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Exploring the Ancient City of Kanazawa, Japan

Kanazawa is a beautifully-preserved feudal city from the Edo Period of Japan (1603-1868). It is on the Sea of Japan and is reasonably remote but has recently been linked to Tokyo by the bullet train, and is now reachable within a few hours. Kanazawa has the famous Kenroku-en Garden, one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan. The feudal lords of... [More]
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<p>Kanazawa is a beautifully-preserved feudal city from the Edo Period of Japan (1603-1868). It is on the Sea of Japan and is reasonably remote but has recently been linked to Tokyo by the bullet

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08 Feb

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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Hamburg

Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest port is home to more bridges than Amsterdam or any other European city and hosts the world’s largest model railway, which can keep one fascinated for a... [More]
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<p>Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest

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15 Feb
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<p>Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest

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15 Feb

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Wonders of the Buddhist World

Wanting to experience a holiday with a difference? Learn about the ancient and spiritual archaeological sites of Buddhism, the world’s 4th largest religion that is practiced by over 500 million people. Many are designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. We look at a variety of sites throughout Asia, including those in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka,... [More]
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<p>Wanting to experience a holiday with a difference? Learn about the ancient and spiritual archaeological sites of Buddhism, the world’s 4th largest religion that is practiced by over 500 million

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22 Feb

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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Munich

Bavaria’s capital has much more to offer than the Hofbräuhaus and Oktoberfest, the world’s largest festival, although beer does play a big role since the ducal Beer Purity Law of 1487. Munich boasts more beer gardens than any other German city, including the world’s largest with 8,000 seats alone, but is also home to several fascinating science and... [More]
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<p>Bavaria’s capital has much more to offer than the Hofbräuhaus and Oktoberfest, the world’s largest festival, although beer does play a big role since the ducal Beer Purity Law of 1487. Munich

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01 Mar
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<p>Bavaria’s capital has much more to offer than the Hofbräuhaus and Oktoberfest, the world’s largest festival, although beer does play a big role since the ducal Beer Purity Law of 1487. Munich

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01 Mar

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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Cologne

The oldest of Germany’s ‘Big Five’, Holy Cologne used to be medieval Germany’s biggest city. Not much of it survived WW II, but plenty has been repaired and rebuilt, most famously its outstanding Cathedral. But the city on the Rhine is also home to the world’s largest number of Romanesque churches. The biggest glass manufacturing centre of the... [More]
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<p>The oldest of Germany’s ‘Big Five’, Holy Cologne used to be medieval Germany’s biggest city. Not much of it survived WW II, but plenty has been repaired and rebuilt, most famously its outstanding

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08 Mar
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<p>The oldest of Germany’s ‘Big Five’, Holy Cologne used to be medieval Germany’s biggest city. Not much of it survived WW II, but plenty has been repaired and rebuilt, most famously its outstanding

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08 Mar

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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Frankfurt

The smallest of the ‘Big Five’ German cities is the financial heart of Germany and the country's second-largest metropolitan region after the Rhine-Ruhr area. Once one of the most important cities of the Holy Roman Empire and site of imperial elections, Frankfurt on the Main enjoyed the status of Free Imperial City for more than half a millennium.... [More]
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<p>The smallest of the ‘Big Five’ German cities is the financial heart of Germany and the country's second-largest metropolitan region after the Rhine-Ruhr area. Once one of the most important cities

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15 Mar
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<p>The smallest of the ‘Big Five’ German cities is the financial heart of Germany and the country's second-largest metropolitan region after the Rhine-Ruhr area. Once one of the most important cities

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15 Mar

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Irresistible India

Join an evening that explores an ancient land of contrasts and complexity, of Mughal emperors, the British Raj and Bengal tigers. It is the world’s largest democracy which spans the Himalayas to the tropics and is a land of immense wealth and poverty that arguably contains the most beautiful architecture in the world. This is an opportunity to... [More]
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<p>Join an evening that explores an ancient land of contrasts and complexity, of Mughal emperors, the British Raj and Bengal tigers. It is the world’s largest democracy which spans the Himalayas to

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22 Mar

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The Medieval World of the Knights Templar

Known as the Knights Templar, they were among the wealthiest and most powerful of the Western Christian military orders and were prominent in Christian finance. The organisation existed for nearly two centuries during the Middle Ages: 1118 - 1314. We look at the origins of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and theTemplars, the importance of pilgrims... [More]
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<p>Known as the Knights Templar, they were among the wealthiest and most powerful of the Western Christian military orders and were prominent in Christian finance. The organisation existed for nearly

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29 Mar

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In and around Jerusalem

Few places in the world display such a variety of cultures, religions and lifestyles as the Jerusalem region. Surrounding the historic Old City are the Israeli New City to the west and the very different Arab cities of Ramallah to the north and Bethlehem to the south. We will explore these four contrasting urban areas and see how to travel on light... [More]
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<p>Few places in the world display such a variety of cultures, religions and lifestyles as the Jerusalem region. Surrounding the historic Old City are the Israeli New City to the west and the very

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05 Apr

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