Travel Agenda: The Sun and Snow Travel Show; La Semaine du Goût; Canary Islands
Saturday 10 October 2009
Today: The Sun and Snow Travel Show takes place at the New Connaught Rooms in London, 9.30am-6pm. The free show features talks, prize draws, discounts on holidays and inspiration for your next trip (
This week: La Semaine du Goût – a week-long celebration of French cuisine – gets under way across France. Running until 18 October, the nationwide programme features special menus, workshops and tastings ( legout.com ). Meanwhile, the Neues Museum reopens on Museum Island in Berlin on Saturday. Major restoration courtesy of David Chipperfield has seen this neoclassical 19th-century building returned to its former splendour ( sim.spk-berlin.de/NMU ).
In the diary: The Canary Islands become more accessible from the end of the month: Ryanair launches new routes from various UK airports to Lanzarote, Las Palmas and Tenerife South ( ryanair.com ).
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