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Turn UK Covid winter into a new experience. Now that you can, why not work from home abroad?
Weekend in these special country hotels and return to your palazzo flat in Florence.
The scramble is on for holiday homes in the UK. Award-winning St Mawes has both picture-perfect cottages and some of Britain's finest sailing waters.
Adventurous post-lockdown Brits are taking on UK holiday home projects from Cornwall to the Cairngorms.
The best bolt holes for wetsuit warriors near lovely lakes, rivers and beaches.
Epping Forest and the Olympic Park are playgrounds for the lucky kids at this north-east London suburb’s well-rated schools.
Grammar schools and community spirit are the big draws for commuter families to a neighbourhood with a fascinating history.
Families who can afford this historic spot put down firm roots — and put up with all the tourists.
Austrian ski flats from £185k are perfect for state-of-the-art new cable cars linking three great resorts.
Happy families are made in south London, with grammar schools, a fast commute, good-value homes and great shopping.
Porto is transforming to rival Lisbon for tech start-ups and stylish conversion flats.
Sandwiched between its wealthier north London neighbours, this vibrant spot promises value for home buyers and a year of culture for all.
Cool customers from Clapham and Balham join medical students eating their way around the world at vibrant local markets.
You need deep pockets for Verbier or Gstaad, but nearby resorts offer value for a range of budgets.
Abundant green space, a village feel and excellent schools make for a strong community in this attractive north London suburb.
Sun-soaked, tax-friendly Miami keeps pulling in the home buyers.
This riverside town has plenty of green space for well-heeled foodie families seeking top-rated schools and £1m-plus houses.
A new identity is being carved out for this Zone 1 spot, with jumbo new homes schemes, shops, a new park, entertainment and funky street food venues.
Young entrepreneurs and culture-loving empty-nesters love the West End’s thrumming heart.
Community spirit, independent shops, vibrant bars and eateries, historic churches and streets of period terrace homes make this East End spot a winner.
Grand period architecture and über-modern red pointed towers of new flats vie to catch your eye.
Book a romantic rental for Christmas and New Year, or take the family along if they insist with our pick of the best festive getaways in the UK and abroad.
This eco-aware community loves its period family homes, canalside flats and co-working units.
This neighbourhood’s being reinvented by the brains behind much-admired new King’s Cross.
Palma's historic palaces and noble buildings are being turned into boutique flats and hotels, with property prices from £350,000.
Croydon is a city in the making, with hundreds of new flats, a pink sparkly tower, finance firms and revitalised retail promised and just a 20-minute hop from central London.
Join the fans of open countryside, homes at all prices, new shops and a half-hour commute to town.
Architects from around the world come to see the original garden suburb in a vibrant neighbourhood that values tradition.
Flats from £240,000 in a French village with some of the best ski slopes in Europe — and only 70 minutes from Geneva airport.
Regeneration has begun but families can find houses for £375,000, good schools and community spirit in this traditional East End district.
Quick City and West End links make this Nine Elms neighbour a must for young professionals.
Girona offers culture, countryside and sensational cuisine.
Independent shops and cafés followed first-time buyers looking for good-value homes to this family neighbourhood on the Overground.
You’ll find a quality city base in Boston’s streets of historic brownstones, many with skilfully modernised interiors.
Top-notch new schools, thousands of new homes, world-class sporting facilities and the Olympic Park — how can families resist?