Eastern Europe is a destination in renaissance mode, an underrated portion of the continent that is drawing a new generation of traveller, thanks to its affordability, new direct flight routes, and myriad cultural hot spots.
This summer, indulge in luxury, celebrations, the outdoors, and food — lots of it. Our favourite reasons to hit the road during the next few months.
Vienna’s Ruby Marie hotel is built on the philosophy of “lean luxury.” There’s no room service, but who wants to stay cooped up in a hotel room anyway?
Explore Athens while paying tribute to gods of the sun and wine (naturally!) with this chic guide to Greece’s capital city.
Need an excuse to pack your suitcase this season? We’ve got you covered with five excellent suggestions, from art in London to animals in South Africa.
“Dinner for me is a bag of chips and a beer in my apartment, but you deserve better.” The singer and actor offers her guide to rocking day in Berlin.
On the surface, Baiersbronn looks like any other Black Forest town. But its restaurants combine to have as many Michelin stars as London or Chicago. What’s the draw for chefs?
“One of my favourite walks through the city is within a developing area that lies at the base of the skyscrapers in Porta Nuova.” This and other insider tips for Milan.
Rolling up your sleeves and learning about a locale’s culinary offerings provides a glimpse into its history, cultures and hospitality. From Tennessee to Thailand, we present a collection of some of the coolest cooking classes to plan a trip around.
As the hospitality industry expands into the lucrative members-only club market, it’s not too hard to feel like a traveller who’s on the outside looking in. What do these swishy places have that is so exclusive anyway?
Who better to teach the perfect bed-making technique than the team at the world’s No. 1 hotel? Hint: It’s all about the feathers!
High life on the rails is no longer exclusive to epic once-in-a-lifetime trips. Luxury touches can now be found everywhere from lounges at central stations to comfort in cabins and via entertainment in dining cars.
The city of light, love and luxury, gets a cultural twist in this itinerary from the founder of hip and au courant Indie Guides.
The renowned street artist shares his travel tips and a look at his upcoming itinerary.
The group of young upstarts in Treviso behind this Prosecco is looking to capitalize on the growing popularity of this particular bubbly.
Billed “Venice on the mainland,” a stay in a Ville Venete offers guests the chance to live in and among history.
Ashford Castle is all about the details, and cycling around its estate shows off the best of the hotel and its neighbours.
Croatia’s winemakers don’t produce large enough yields to export their vintages, so it’s extremely unlikely you find any of the bottles being poured at D’Vino back home.
The Dean is more than a hotel; with a lobby bar and rotisserie grill and rooftop bar and restaurant, it’s a place people come for a mid-morning business meeting, hearty lunch on the go or a drink before a night out.
Seeing Croatia by bicycle allows for a closer, more personal look at a country of contrasts — and the multiple stops for ice cream don’t hurt.