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World Travel Guide catches up with celebrity chef and man about town, Paul Pairet, for a culinary tour of Shanghai.

It’s nearly a century since events in Sarajevo changed the course of history. Gavin Haines learns more in the Bosnia and Herzegovina capital, a city defined for better and worse, by its tumultuous past.

After touring New York's most famous brewery, a still thirsty Joe Minihane goes in search of the best beer bars in Brooklyn.

Long perceived as the staid domain of fat-cat politicians, dusty old museums and dry monuments, Washington, DC is slowly transforming, as hip new bars and chic boutiques move in. Drop the jacket and loosen that tie; Washington's got a new spring in its step.

Lauren Razavi learns the art of chocolate making and reveals the best places to try and buy chocolate in Brussels.

Aching to head off to sunnier climes this May? Choose from zip lining in the cloud forests of Costa Rica, tangoing through the cobbled streets of Buenos Aires, or catching some rays in the seaside resort of Dalyan.

British Airways is launching day-return tickets to six European cities. Our super-mini guides explain how to get the most out of these destinations.

As Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, hits the big screen, we round up the best things to do in the Hungarian capital.

We pick apart this year's Capitals of Culture. Who will win - Latvia's dazzling capital, Riga, or the Arctic Circle splendour of Sweden's Umeå?

When the world's highest capital city, La Paz, opened its first boutique bolthole some 12 floors up, we sent Darren Loucaides to discover if the Bolivian hotel scene had reached dizzyingly new heights too.

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