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A direct Eurostar service from London to Amsterdam hits the tracks on 4 April. The twice-daily route will take just 3 hours 41 minutes to reach the Dutch capital, heralding good news for the four million passengers who fly between the two cities each year. And with carbon emissions 80% lower than the equivalent flight, it’s a boon for the environment, too. Returning passengers won’t enjoy a direct journey home just yet, though: London-bound trains will connect through Brussels until Amsterdam’s passport-check facilities are ready at the end of 2019.

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A Vietnamese woman by the colourful walls of Hoi An
Refurbished communist-era signs in Warsaw’s Neon museum
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