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Japan reopens to international tourists with strict rules
After two years of locked borders, Japan is reopening to small groups of 'test tourists' on chaperoned package tours.
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Rescuers pull 16 bodies from plane wreckage in Nepal mountains
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Swiss brothers seek to save the Swiss mountains by bottling it as gin
As young Swiss people move to the cities for jobs and opportunities, three brothers are determined to help sustain the economy of their small mountainous village by bottling up original liquors
The world’s longest suspended pedestrian bridge opens today in Czechia
Czech Republic opens their record-breaking ‘Sky Bridge’ today.
NFTs and outdoor screens take over Madrid for urban art festival
Every night this month, the screens in Madrid´s city centre will stop broadcasting ads to transform into digital canvases, showing a selection of NFT artworks.
Why did hundreds of swimmers dip in this historic reservoir?
Around 400 trespassers went for a dip in Kinder Reservoir in the UK’s Peak District, calling for better access to inland waters.
What is there to do in the Swiss Alps outside of ski season?
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Canada is easing travel restrictions: Here’s why you should visit
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Mountain murals: meet the world’s most famous snow artist
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Meet the pioneer extreme sports star riding across slopes and skies
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A new law in Spain allows visitors to live and work there for 3 years
A network of around 30 villages and towns is welcoming remote workers to help revitalise their communities - through launching a new digital nomad visa.
Ski resort expansion is destroying some of the last living glaciers
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