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From fish and chips consumed on a sea well to artisan gin over ice, Guernsey's culinary scene is booming.
There are many sides to Corfu--the west side features excellent sunsets while enjoying your evening gin and tonic.
The Glenesk Hotel in Edzell received its place in the Guinness World Records for “the most varieties of whisky commercially available."
This graffiti tour and workshop explores Bristol, the home of British street art, made famous by local son, Banksy.
The vast coastal county of Cornwall, England had a profound effect on the future writing of the impressionable young girl who would become a literary star.
You won't find this Christmas Market in Germany or The Netherlands.
Quadrum Ski & Yoga Resort, in the former Soviet bloc nation-state, was built almost entirely out of shipping containers.
Laying claim to both sides of the Bosphorus — a channel where Europe reaches out to meet Asia — Istanbul is the gateway to the East.