RONDA

A tale of two cities, Ronda is physically divided by the Guadelevin River which separates La Cuidad, the old town, with the new. The Puente Nuevo (new bridge), straddles El Tajo gorge plunging a dramatic 100 metres to the river bed below and joins together the two separate parts of the town.

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MALAGA

Culture and gastronomy are two words, which until recently, you would struggle to find in the same sentence as this regional coastal hub. Traditionally seen as the gateway to the Costa del Sol and for a long time synonymous with tourist blocks, packed beaches and flamenco, Malaga is undergoing a renaissance and offers a masterclass in the art of reinvention.

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HELSINKI

Grand, genteel, maybe even a little conservative, first impressions of Helsinki can lead you astray. The city is a master class in understatement compared with its Scandinavian neighbours. The architecture is a mix of neoclassic, art nouveau and functionalism. It is solid, functional, understated – and beautiful.

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