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Escape the general madness and sardine-packed trains of Tokyo and venture to nearby Kyoto – only two and a half hours by train.
Those with the time - or inclination - to delve beyond Tokyo's tourist-tempting hotspots will be the ones who return, again and again, knowing there are ever-more surprises waiting to be discovered down the city's infinitely alluring labyrinth of backstreets.
We've picked out the hottest spots to sleep, eat, drink and dance in Lisbon's edgier sibling, Porto, while the beach is just a stone's throw away.
It’s hard not to be charmed by Lisbon. Sprinkled over seven hills on the bank of the River Tagus, the city is one of Europe’s oldest and most beautiful.
Often dubbed "The Paris of South America", the city appeals to those with a love for unwavering eclecticism. This is a city unafraid to show it's own colours.
The Catalan capital in north-eastern Spain is rich with historic sites and classic tourist activities. For fabled architecture and out of this world tapas and churros, there's nowhere better for a weekend away.
A rich and textured past means this Spanish city is charged with elevated emotion even if you visit in low season. This is the SUITCASE guide to Seville.