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Top 10 for 2013: Europe

From picturesque countryside and beach escapes, to amazing art galleries and architecture - Europe has much to offer even the most seasoned travellers, and best of all, its so close to home. Whether it's exploring the romantic heart of Provence, relaxing lakeside in the mountains of Montenegro, going volcano trekking in Iceland or dancing the night away at the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, there's plenty to see and do on the continent this summer. Read on for the top 10 must-visit destinations and experiences for 2013...

Words: David Whitley



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