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Getaway with John Hagan
Helsinki Highlights

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BEST ARRIVAL: Finnair flies daily from Seoul (Incheon) to London (and to most European capitals) via Helsinki. Break the journey, either on the outward leg, or on the return (or on both!), to sample the ...

Getaway with John Hagan
Nobel Prizwinner Seamus Heaney's Homeplace

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Who would have believed it? Bellaghy (County Londonderry, Northern Ireland) the site of an international tourist attraction! But it is. Bellaghy’s old, ugly, highly fortified, and forbidding police ...

Getaway with John Hagan
Paddock To Plate at Ballymaloe

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By John Hagan
One of the most dog-eared books in my library is Tim Allen’s ‘Ballymaloe Bread Book’. It’s my bread making bible. I find something therapeutic and mystical about mixing flour, water and leavening to see it ...

Getaway with John Hagan
24 Hours in Belfast

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By John Hagan
Culturlann Arts Centre [216 Falls Road] is three floors celebrating Irish cultural traditions through art, exhibitions and music. Be prepared to hear Irish spoken and take the opportunity to learn how the ...

Getaway with John Hagan
24 Hours In Dublin

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By John Hagan
Greet the day at Bruxelle [7-8 Harry Street] with a hearty Irish breakfast. Wooden floored and barley smelling, this pub is normally hiving in the evening but affords more elbow room before noon. Gird your loins with a ...

24 Hours in Helsinki
Breakfast on the dockside at Market Square where the food stalls feature local produce. Baltic herring on fresh rye bread, kulibiak pies filled with salmon and rice, and bowls of Arctic cloudberries all beckon. Beware ...

Mexico City's Blue House
“Who the hell would want to see a movie about a one legged Mexican lesbian in a wheelchair?” demanded a Mirimax director. Mexican actress, Salma Hayek received the legendary rebuff following an approach to the ...

Mexico City Showcase
Mexico City is a conurbation like no other. Bustling, seductive, chaotic, eccentric and exhilarating – visitors leave with an enriched respect for its culture and history. John Hagan pinpoints some of the jewels ...

Waterford Riches
Situated on the south-east coast, Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city and as might be expected, is steeped in history. John Hagan highlights some of its ancient and modern treasures. Walk with Jack Probably the ...

24 Hours in Cobh
Since Saint Carthage first founded a monastery in the seventh century, this 104 acre island in Cork Harbour, just off the coast from Cobh, has served as a centre of learning, a sanctuary, a fortress, a ...

Medical Education Advance
Getaway' Columnist John Hagan Talks to Seoul's Thomas Lee about His New Challenge
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Taiwan Sensitivities
Mysterious Beauty
Crowning Glory
A Home with Art in Vienna
Sizzling Islington
Hong Kong -- Attractions and Alarms
Viennese Haven
Down Patrick's Way
Destination Dubai
Vienna Celebrates
Bowling Along
Dubai Safari
Surviving Bangkok
High-Wheeling in Tasmania
Grounds for Staying
Belfast's Europa Reborn into Modern Hotel
Convict Treasures
Belfast Bounces Back
Harry Lime's Vienna

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