Pool with a view: the Melia Hotel

48 Hours In: Dubai

The searing heat of summer has mellowed in the Gulf states, making this Emirati city an appealing choice for some winter sun, says Nick Boulos

48 Hours In: Abu Dhabi

As winter takes hold in Britain, a short break to the  Emirates looks appealing. But you don’t have to settle for the usual suspect, Dubai, says Nick Boulos

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The Massachusetts capital provides a feast of history – with side orders of politics, academia and clam chowder. By Simon Calder

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Vote with your feet and plan a weekend visit to the US capital, where politics meets history and culture

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48 Hours In: Adelaide

New flights are set to bring the capital of South Australia within easier reach of British travellers, says Anthony Lambert. And with summer just beginning, now’s the perfect time to plan a visit

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48 Hours In: Houston

From barbecue heaven to the final frontier, the Lone Star State’s leading city guarantees a unique short break. By Simon Calder

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48 Hours In: Rotterdam

The stylish port city celebrates its cultural side this  autumn with two major art exhibitions ranging from Van Eyck to Picasso, says Laura Holt

France’s culinary capital also has strong links with the moviesA

48 Hours In: Lyon

France’s culinary capital also has strong links with the movies. William Cook enjoys the best of both worlds

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48 Hours In: Barcelona

The Catalan capital offers a glut of galleries, Gaudí’s fairy-tale flights of fancy, stylish independent shops – and a chance of late summer sun, says Sarah Gordon

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48 Hours In: Rome

As Woody Allen's love letter to the Eternal City hits the cinemas, the Italian capital is in a party mood with its annual festival of music and dance.

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Autumn's comfortable temperatures make the lively streets of Sicily's captivating capital a pleasure to explore, says Duncan Garwood.

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48 Hours In: Moscow

With the prospect of a low-cost link from Gatwick, is the vast Russian capital about to join the big league of weekend break locations? Shaun Walker reports

48 Hours In: San Sebastian

This Basque beauty basks in late-summer sun, with a film festival and perfect pintxos adding extra appeal.

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