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Early music events: Flanders, Bruges and more

While the term refers to pieces composed between 500 and 1600, early music is far from being stuck in the past. In fact, today’s early music scene – spanning medieval, renaissance and baroque genres – is thriving, bringing together a huge number of instruments in harmonious and immersive performances. A number of talented musicians are taking to the stage this year for concerts in York, as well as Bruges and Leuven in Flanders. Continue reading Early music events: Flanders, Bruges and more

A new lease of life for the Pride of York

From the fall of the mullet to the rise of the selfie stick, it’s fair to say a lot’s happened since the Pride of York made its maiden voyage in 1987. Now, this beloved member of the P&O Ferries fleet is going through some changes of its own. We’ve listened to plenty of valuable feedback from our passengers, and you’ll see some dramatic improvements when you step on board.

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Travel treats for Mother’s Day

For many of us, the next week will see us looking to find the perfect gift to show mum our appreciation. There are no hard and fast rules about what to buy your mum for Mother’s Day, but we bet all she really wants is to spend some quality time with you. So we’ve put a unique travel twist on some traditional gift ideas to inspire you. Eschew traditional chocolates and flowers for something altogether more exciting. Here are some wanderlust-inspired treats to show your mum how much she means to you!

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