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Toulouse, also known as La Ville Rose due to the pinkish color of its historic buildings, is one of France’s most dynamic cities. 

Here's our top 5 in the city.

#travel   #toulouse   #france  

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Myanmar has cast aside a politically difficult past and flung open its doors to tourists. Grabbing headlines and topping lists of emerging destinations, its capital Yangon is the energetic gateway city to this captivating part of the world. 

#travel   #myanmar   #yangon  

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With its centuries of history and stream of modern attractions, London is the world’s most popular city with good reason...

#london   #travel  

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A fusion of east and west, Shanghai is at the vanguard of China’s march towards the future.

Read up on the cosmopolitan city in our latest guide. 

#travel   #city   #cityguide   #shanghai   #china  

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Hyderabad is the Silicon Valley of India,” my taxi driver proudly tells me as we speed into the city. He’s not far wrong. The Indian state of Telangana is one of the digital hubs of this vast sub-continent, with everyone from Amazon to Dell to Google having offices here. Most of them have set up shop in the aptly named HITEC City, whose shining office towers suggest the digital revolution is in full swing.

#india   #travel  

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From its rich heritage to its opulent city centre, Azerbaijan’s capital Baku is more than just a pin on the Eurovision map, says Farida Zeynalova

#baku   #azerbaijan   #travel  

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A vast country with a tiny population and a peaceful history, Botswana was one of Africa’s best-kept secrets until the Scottish novelist Alexander McCall Smith helped put it on the radar. 

#travel   #botswana   #africa  

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Andrew Eames enjoys good company, tranquility and a slice of Turkish culture on a laid-back gulet trip along the Turquoise Coast

#travel   #turkey  

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We speak to Ertugrul Karaoglu, chairperson of the ASTA International Chapter Presidents Council, for his view from the top

#ASTA   #agents   #travel  

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I glide through the waters of the Okavango Delta in a mokoro, a flat-bottomed canoe used by the local people here since the 18th century. Once made from wood, they’re now molded from fiberglass. My poler, Letsego, stands at the back, navigating the maze of 6ft-high reed beds with the ease of long familiarity.

#botswana   #okavangodelta   #travel   #blog  
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