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Restaurant of the week: Askua
Askua, pure product © Askua Restaurant (Facebook) For a few years Valencia has become a preferred destination for those who want to enjoy a varied gastronomic offer and (since not so long ago) of high quality: sophisticated dishes, the classic paella or those where the product is valued.

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Feria Street: the beginning and end of everything that happens in Seville
Feria Street: the beginning and end of everything that happens in Seville

Entering the street Feria de Sevilla © Alamy Although you will always meet Japanese tourists who seem to carry their bags everywhere, in their low season you will also enjoy a more leisurely Seville, which will receive you with open arms and, also, with a gastronomy as local as cosmopolitan.

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Sound View, the definitive hotel by the sea
Sound View, the definitive hotel by the sea

Since 1953, the Greenport Sound View occupies a private beach on the increasingly fashionable Long Island. About two years ago, hotelier Erik Warner fell in love with the enclave and acquired the property, integrating it into his firms Eagle Point Hotel Partners and Filament Hospitality. © Read McKendree "It was as if the hotel was talking to me.

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Do you want to sleep in a beautiful and gigantic historic lighthouse?
Do you want to sleep in a beautiful and gigantic historic lighthouse?

As if from a reverie © Alamy "Visiting the Bengtskär lighthouse is for Finns almost like going on a pilgrimage: something to do once in a lifetime. It is the tallest lighthouse in the Nordic countries and is located in the most Southern Finland, on a small island without trees, "explained from Tourism of Finland.

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Torun, the Polish city that has legends
Torun, the Polish city that has legends

Torun the Polish city that has legends © Getty Images From the other side of a superb Vistula, Torun is exhibited in duplicate, its orange silhouette cut against the blue sky and reflected at the same time in the calm water. "All authentic", you will hear many times with a tone of pride.

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Jægersborggade, Copenhagen street with more 'hygge' per square meter
Jægersborggade, Copenhagen street with more 'hygge' per square meter

The street where you can enjoy the simple things in life © Alamy The first time you visit Copenhagen, you are often impressed by an unusual and permanent sense of perfection. The unpolluted streets, passersby arranged as perfectly dressed actors and characterized in an exquisite decoration, buildings, bicycles or terraces capable of causing a Stendhal syndrome in each bend ... In the following, as the next appointments that reveal inevitable defects, other small character traits that make the Danish capital, sometimes a somewhat cold place, will be discovered; but, year after year, one of the happiest cities on the planet.

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Start the sixth edition of C.A.L.L.E, the festival of 'street art' in Lavapiés
Start the sixth edition of C.A.L.L.E, the festival of 'street art' in Lavapiés

Start the sixth edition of C.A.L.L.E, the festival of street art in Lavapies © iStock From what moment can we start talking about a tradition? C.A.L.L.E, that festival in which artistic interventions take the public space of Lavapiés, starts today and does so by completing six editions.

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In León we are not dry, we are
In León we are not dry, we are
There is an old stanza in León's anthem that goes like this: “Without Leon there would be no Spain”… Wait, wait, don't go straight to 'trolling me', grant me two minutes of reading to explain to you that 99% of the production of the Hops with which the country's beer barrels are manufactured are produced in this province.
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48 hours between Perpignan and Colliure in luxury
48 hours between Perpignan and Colliure in luxury
Legend has it that knocking on your door guarantees you return to Colliure © iStock Better connected to Madrid and Barcelona than to Paris (four hours, an hour and a half and five and a half hours by train respectively), the French department of the Eastern Pyrenees takes time falling in love with Catalan travelers.
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Big Ben will stop ringing for three years
Big Ben will stop ringing for three years
Tourists eager for iconic photos may not have noticed, but the roof and masonry of the world's most famous clock urgently need repairs, as well as the pendulum of the best-known bell of the Elizabeth Tower, Big Ben. The rest of the bells and the tower itself are also eager for renovations, so, in total, the improvement works will last no less than three years.
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The best tacos in Barcelona
The best tacos in Barcelona
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A la carte romance: a trip for each type of couple
A la carte romance: a trip for each type of couple
FOR A PROHIBITED LOVE Bandit love demands scenarios that keep secrets, private places, hidden hotels. Paris is a recurring destination in clandestine escapades. And in Paris we will go to a small hotel, such as the Henriette (HD: € 109) or the Providence (HD: € 190). They are not anonymous, but the risk is aphrodisiac.
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