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Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and more royal family favourite holiday destinations: Which should be top of your travel bucket list?

Carla Challis

Staycations are king at the moment and the thought of jetting off on a summer holiday is something of a distant memory – but that doesn’t mean we can’t dream of where we’d love to travel to next. And for some holiday inspiration, the royal family are top of our list. They know a thing or two about amazing vacation destinations, and tick off some of the dreamiest holiday spots on their annual breaks. There’s the island of Mustique, loved by Princess Margaret and the Cambridges, who took Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis last year, the action-packed Swiss Alps that are a favourite of Prince Edward and family, the sunny beaches of Corfu where Prince Charles and Camilla like to unwind or the stunning scenery of Botswana, a travel highlight for Prince Harry and Meghan, which royal-favourite holiday should you add to your travel bucket list? Take our personality quiz to find out…




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Favourite UK riverside walks: readers’ travel tips

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Hundreds of you sent us tips on riverside walks, ranging from city strolls to hikes to be tackled over several days. Here are some of the best

Winning tip: Ouse source to sea, Sussex

If you have a long weekend to spare, track the River Ouse from source to sea. Starting near Horsham in West Sussex, the 42-mile Sussex Ouse Valley Way passes through both the High Weald Area of Natural Beauty and the South Downs national park. You will cross fields and walk through woodland as well as the extensive Nymans Garden, owned by the National Trust. The route passes under an impressive Victorian railway viaduct near Balcombe and takes in the historic county town of Lewes before a stretch of flat riverside walking as you approach the coast and the finish at Seaford Bay in East Sussex.

Alison Field

Quiet flows the Don, Sheffield

The “five weirs” route along the River Don from Lady’s Bridge in Sheffield to Meadowhall is a lovely six-mile walk (see gpsroutes.co.uk). At Meadowhall you can head back to town along the canal, or continue to Rotherham along the river (three miles). The path is mostly flat and wide, so is suitable for different levels of ability and there are public transport options (tram, train, bus) to easily return back to your starting point. Lots of options for food and drink at either end. It’s surprisingly quiet given its location, with herons, kingfishers and even

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