Cut-price Family & Friends Railcard
Get 25 per cent off a Family & Friends Railcard until 4 March. The cost of the price-cutting pass, on which up to four adults and four children can travel at one time, is being reduced from £26 to £19.50.
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Tenor turned TV presenter turned director, the extraordinary Rolando Villazon continues his conquest of opera
Manchester City 3 Red Bull Salzburg 0
Manchester City 3 Salzburg 0
Austria is where the Alpine style of downhill skiing was first invented just over a century ago. It was the most popular destination for Britons through the 1970s and has been regaining ground against France for several years as its more traditional village resorts become popular once again.
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Juventus will be hoping to end a run of three consecutive draws in Europa League Group A when they host Red Bull Salzburg tonight. The two sides drew 1-1 in Salzburg in the last round of matches and both teams need a victory to increase their chances of progressing to the next stage from a pool that also contains Manchester City.
Manchester City 3 Lech Poznan 1
Serene mix of peace and harmony
A multimillion-euro fraud investigation and an attempted suicide have added to the drama at Salzburg's prestigious festival
Birmingham manager Alex McLeish has admitted his interest in Salzburg's prolific goalscorer Marc Janko.
Dramatic design hotels, extra flights and stand-alone spas...
It may lag well behind France in terms of its popularity with British skiers, but Austria's scenic slopes will always have admirers – particularly among parents, says Stephen Wood
In case he was in any doubt as to Poland's sentiments yesterday, the first question fired at Howard Webb came from a Polish reporter who asked the English referee what it felt like to be "public enemy No 1". Speaking for the first time about awarding Austria a last-minute penalty against Poland on Thursday, Webb said that he stood by his original decision and was not affected by death threats against him from, among others, the Polish prime minister, Donald Tusk.
Accepting a job to spend more time with your family is not always the greatest endorsement, but with Giovanni Trapattoni being unveiled as the new manager of the Republic of Ireland yesterday it undoubtedly amounted to an astonishing coup.
The mountains meet the Med in the fun and frenetic Catalan capital. This is a great city on its way to even better things