Exploring the Roman Aqueduct of Segovia

Exploring the Roman Aqueduct of Segovia

It is the classic view of Segovia. The spectacular Roman aqueduct that dominates the town and reaches out towards the mountains. Visitors clamber to the top for the views, or walk between its arches. They might even float gently above it in one of the colourful...

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The Ruins of Bolton Priory

A dramatic riverside setting, a ruined abbey and miles of woodland walks in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. We had arrived at Bolton Priory, a historic site by the River Wharfe, after a long and varied riverside walk from Ilkley. Bolton Priory, a Historic Abbey...

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The Presepi of Italy: Traditional Christmas Cribs

If you are in Italy at this time of year you will find presepi (nativity scenes) everywhere. Every church or public space will have its own intricately decorated Christmas crib. And in private homes families will be busy building their own cribs, as common in Italy as...

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How to Eat Well in Athens

I hadn’t expected to eat well in Athens. I had long ago memories of lukewarm food and greasy kebabs with limp pitta bread, and I had experienced the limited repertoires of Greek tavernas at home. But as I sat in a small café on my first night in the city, sipping good...

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Discovering Greek Cuisine on a Food Tour of Athens

Food gives you an insight into a place. However cosmopolitan a city may be, with the English language all pervasive and international brands on the high street, food is one thing that remains stubbornly local. You don’t have to wander far off the beaten track to...

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