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pro­gres­sive cities.

fan­tas­ti­cal plea­sure palace, an­tique and in­die shops for­ward-think­ing restau­rants,

Join us on a jaunt to Brighton, one of Bri­tain’s most It’s long been a coastal es­cape for city dwellers and roy­alty alike, most no­tably for King Ge­orge IV, who built his own the Royal Pav­il­ion. Spend an af­ter­noon am­bling around the of The Laines be­fore head­ing to the seafront for some se­ri­ously or fish and chips eaten straight from the wrap­per. Next stop is Porto, home to the epony­mous for­ti­fied wine. It’s one of Europe’s most so gives you the ideal ex­cuse to dig that lit­tle bit deeper into the wine list. It’s worth­while here, too, nes­tled on the edge of the with easy ac­cess to its who spe­cialise in fresh whites with brac­ing acid­ity. From here, we’re head­ing east to

and the Ger­man is­land town of Lin­dau. As beau­ti­ful this time of year as it is in ski sea­son, it’s a pop­u­lar hol­i­day spot for well-heeled Ger­mans, Swiss and Aus­tri­ans, who make good use of its and restau­rants. Set­tle back in the shade of the make friends with the Bavar­ian Lion and or­der up a

best vint­ners, Lake Con­stance



af­ford­able hol­i­day des­ti­na­tions,


Douro Val­ley

lake­side cafés

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