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Belgium

Belgium

Belgium: Committed to memory

David Whitley The past is never forgotten in Belgium but its present has plenty to offer, writes David Whitley.

Europe

The other Euro stars

Europe's lesser-visited cities are just as eye-catching, fascinating and fun as their more well-trodden counterparts, writes David Whitley.

The Tripologist

Can you recommend a tour of Copenhagen?

The Tripologist Tours depart daily at 10am from the Tourist Information Centre, Vesterbrogade.

Europe

Steps to sacrifice

Traveller November 30 2013

Antony Mason reports on what to expect on a First World War tour in Belgium and France.

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Wonderful junk: world's coolest boneyards

Uyuni train graveyard, Bolivia

When old machinery is no longer loved or wanted, it doesn't just disappear. Unless it's completely dismantled, an old plane, train or automobile has to be stored away somewhere to die a rusty death.

Travellers Tips

Europe

Keys to the cities

When in room ... and from Hotel Le Continental, Bordeaux.

A Bordeaux bolthole for $120 a night? A riverside retreat in Lisbon for the same? Here's our guide to some of Europe's best-value hotels and guesthouses this season.

Tripologist

What next, if trains don't go?

Tripologist I'm planning to go solo to Europe, travelling by rail. If there is a rail strike, will I be notified not to go to the station and will I be automatically rebooked?

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Map of Belgium

Travel News

Avalon Airport axes ad over criticism it made light of domestic violence

The advertisement as seen on Avalon Airport's Facebook page.

5:29pm | Victoria's Avalon Airport has been forced to ditch its new advertising campaign after being accused of making light of domestic violence.

UK tourist recounts 'hellish' time in Sri Lanka over Buddha tattoo

10:09am | A 37-year-old British nurse has recounted her "hellish" experience in Sri Lanka after she was arrested and sent to a deportation centre for sporting a Buddha tattoo deemed offensive by authorities.

Stowaway reportedly eyed Africa

9:05am | As relatives make themselves scarce after a 15-year-old Santa Clara boy survived a flight from San Jose to Maui in a jetliner's wheel well over the weekend, Hawaiian media have reported the boy may have been trying to get to his mother in Africa.

Hang onto your seat: it's gondola be an after-dark ride to thrill

JASON DOWLING | First we had the illuminated Melbourne Star wheel for a spin after dark - next may be a midnight ride to Arthurs Seat on new multimillion-dollar gondola.

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