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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

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

More than just a gateway to the beaches of the Algarve, this compact city is also about to enter festival season. Harriet O'Brien gets in the spirit
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Montreal travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours

This French-accented Canadian city sparkles in summer, with parks and river views
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48 Hours In: Fort Lauderdale

The launch of a new low-cost route from Gatwick will open up a part of Florida which few Britons ever see. Simon Calder previews what's on offer
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48 Hours In: The Hague

This Dutch city is easy to reach and, with its artistic heart beating once again, it's more rewarding than ever, as Simon Calder discovers

48 Hours In: Prague

Summer is the best time to explore the Czech capital, as the city bursts into life with art exhibitions and classical concerts, writes Chris Leadbeater

48 Hours In: Salvador

Brazil’s first capital is now a bustling coastal metropolis that’s certain to seduce football fans. By Nick Boulos
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48 Hours In: Sofia

Now's the perfect time to chew over the bite-sized capital of Bulgaria, says Nick Boulos
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48 Hours In: Porto

Walk in the footsteps of Prince Henry the Navigator, tour Baroque churches and historic port lodges, or just stroll beside the Douro, writes Sophie Lam
Column inches: the Leaning Tower

48 Hours In: Pisa

The gateway to Tuscany is worth a visit in its own right, to explore ancient landmarks, fine food and glittering festivities, says Nick Boulos
High class: Acropolis view from the Grand Hotel Bretagne

48 Hours In: Athens

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

Style high: Milan's ancient and modern skyline

48 Hours In: Milan

Italy's fashion capital is also home to a network of canals perfected by Leonardo da Vinci, says Aoife O'Riordain

Square route: the busy Piata Universitatii

48 Hours In: Bucharest

Once known as the 'Paris of the East', the Romanian capital is at last rediscovering its former glory. Let John Malathronas be your guide

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48 Hours In: Hyderabad

This magnificent southern Indian city won't stay off the tourist map for long, writes Sarah Khan

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