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City breaks in EuropePeople from Yorkshire tend to think that this is the “best county” in the UK in which to live, work, rest and play, dare I say “God’s own country”. And I have to admit I’m one of them (even though I was born in Devon and have lived all over the UK in the intervening years). Read the full post
Posted: 06/09/2013 13:40:51 by | with 0 comments



OK, it’s time to hold my hands up; I was misled; I didn’t do enough research; I should have checked; I took it at face value. What am I talking about? Well, those of you who recently received our email newsletter on the many good reasons to visit the Azores this summer will have noticed that one was to 'drink the only tea grown in Europe'. Read the full post
Posted: 29/04/2013 14:31:12 by | with 1 comments



Carla LenziInntravel’s Carla Lenzi, who lives in the beautiful Apennine Mountains of northern Italy and who helps to devise many of our routes, takes time out to share a few impressions of her home region…

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Posted: 01/03/2013 16:04:38 by | with 0 comments



It’s the third and final instalment of “Italy Unpacked” this Friday (BBC 2, 9.00pm), entitled ‘Land of Many Treasures’, in which art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon and chef Giorgio Locatelli conclude their tour of northern Italy by exploring Piedmont. Read the full post
Posted: 23/01/2013 16:21:31 by | with 0 comments



In the second programme of the latest ‘Italy Unpacked’ series, ‘Looking to the Future’, Italian chef Giorgio Locatelli and British art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon leave Emilia Romagna behind and strike out for Lombardy, the industrial heart of Italy.  Watch it this Friday on BBC2 at 9.00pm. Read the full post
Posted: 16/01/2013 11:18:40 by | with 0 comments



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