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Britain: Full of quirky festivals. Some are steeped in tradition, having been celebrated in forgotten corners of the land for centuries. Others are more recent additions to the calendar. Most, however, are barmy, family-friendly events that cement the image of Britain as a nation of proud eccentrics. Here are some of the best. .

2. Where to go in 2013: Stockholm, Dubrovnik... and Margate
The traditional seaside resort of Margate has been tipped as one of the top 10 places in the world to visit in 2013. Read more >>

3. Strong pound provides long-haul value
Britons in search of winter sun will get significantly more for their money in Brazil, Sri Lanka, Argentina and South Africa this year, new research has shown. Read more >>

4. Switzerland: Ten out of 10 skiers at the Engelberg resort are men – until Ladies’ Week in January briefly redresses the balance. Read more>>

5. Spain: Laura Cropper of visits Spain's Castilla y León region, which is home to more medieval castles than anywhere else in Europe. Segovia -- 30 minutes North of Madrid via high-speed train -- is this area's crown with scenic castles, cathedrals and palaces. It's like a fairytale come to life. Read more >>

6. Sweden and Norway: The northern lights and beautiful landscapes

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