Plus it is a country with amazing and diverse landscapes, people, cuisine, history, art and boundless adventure opportunities. Here are 5 tips from Trish Sare, Founder and Director of BikeHike Adventures that will make your Turkish vacation a delight. 1. You Need a Visa Turkish customs require nationals from many countries to obtain visas to […]

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Our experts suggest 10 of the best activity and adventure holidays in Italy for 2018, including walking tours and water-based trips. 1. Footpaths and flavours of Liguria The five pastel-painted waterside settlements of the cliff-clinging Cinque Terre, accessible only by sea, rail or on foot, are a real travel classic, but this eight-day centre-based holiday […]

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A tearful Cristiano Ronaldo was controversially sent off as Juventus claimed a hard-fought win at Valencia. The Portuguese forward, making his Champions League debut for Juve, appeared to grab Valencia defender Jeison Murillo’s hair as they tangled off the ball midway through the first half and referee Felix Brych consulted his assistant behind the goal […]

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Paul Pogba scored twice as Manchester United opened their Champions League Group H campaign with a comfortable win over Young Boys in Bern. Linking with Brazilian Fred, Pogba was inventive and precise for his first goal, checking on to his left foot and finding the top left corner from 18 yards. The France midfielder then […]

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Ivan Gazidis has left his role as Arsenal chief executive to join Italian club AC Milan. The 53-year-old, who helped appoint Unai Emery in May as Arsene Wenger’s successor as manager, will begin his new role on 31 October. Gazidis said that the decision to leave after 10 years at the Gunners was “the hardest of my […]

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