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MAKE IT HAPPEN: Porto

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Getting there

BA, easyJet, Ryanair and TAP Air Portugal fly direct to Porto from Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London and Manchester (Gatwick from £120; flytap.com).

Getting around

Many of Porto’s main sights are walkable, but it also has an inexpensive and efcient public transport system. A 24-hour pass (£6.50; stcp.pt) gets you unlimited use of the entire network except trams, but these vintage vehicles are the more atmospheric way to get around. There are three lines, and a single ticket costs £2.70. The Uber taxi app also operates in the city and is exceptionally cheap.

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In the February issue… find short-break inspiration for the year ahead from our 52 Best Weekends Away list; taste your way around the boundlessly charming city of Porto; get the chills at a spooky carnival in the Swiss Alps; swap the Great British seaside holiday for its chic French equivalent on the Île de Ré; discover where Lonely Planet's London-based staff like to spend their time off in the capital; and much more