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Supersize your bank holiday

Re-think familiar habits on overseas breaks this month, and buy new gear to bring more joy to your flying time

STEP 1 Take a mystery European trip

Does forward-planning make for happy travels or is on-the-ground improvisation more enriching? One way to find out your spontaneity comfort level is to book a trip with, a Dutch company that makes the ‘where to go?’ choice for you, booking flights to and hotels in a European city. You can request a broad region of Europe to focus on, but if you resist the urge to check the code on your scratchcard ahead of time, you’ll only find out your destination at the airport, whether that’s Amsterdam, Zagreb or anywhere in between (from £80pp for three days;

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In the May issue… hop from one blissful Greek island to another on a Great Escape to the Northeast Aegean; find what's new out of the workshops, kitchens and performing spaces of Amsterdam's most innovative locals; follow in the footsteps of the pioneering Victorian-era traveller Lady Florence Dixie through the wilds of Chilean Patagonia; discover some of the world's best architecture from the 20th and 21st centuries; and much more

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