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This Provençal city offers a busy cultural calendar in early autumn, says Paul Bloomfield

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High life: Toronto's skyline is pierced by the CN Tower

Toronto travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours

Canada's largest city gets even buzzier in late summer, with festivals galore
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The gateway to Tuscany is worth a visit in its own right, to explore ancient landmarks, fine food and glittering festivities, says Nick Boulos
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A visit to the Greek capital is a chance to relive the Classical past –and to enjoy the city's more contemporary attractions, says Adrian Mourby

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48 Hours In: Milan

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48 Hours In: Bucharest

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