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5 of the quirkiest hotels in the world
These properties will make you rethink how you view hotels. They are cool, they are quirky, that have broken the mould. Stay at one of these amazing places and you'll have dinner party conversation sorted for years to come... Benesse House, Naoshima, Japan Restaurants with rooms are de rigueur...
 
7 great reasons to travel to Uzbekistan
Why would anyone want to visit a landlocked country in the middle of the Central Asian desert? Uzbekistan answers this question many times over; against a backdrop of piercing blue skies its stunning architecture will amaze, fabulous shopping and cultural opportunities will excite and your hosts...
 
5 of the best art stops in New York, USA
The 'City That Never Sleeps' is infamous for countless reasons, from the iconic Statue of Liberty to the indulgent pastrami sandwiches from Katz's Deli. Besides its vivacious nightlife and mouthwatering cuisine, New York City also attracts tourists from all over the globe with its thriving...
 
The 5 best celebrity trails to explore in Milan
Dynamic, fun, stylish, and multifaceted, Milan has definitely won the people's choice award for the Best Place to Live! Alessandro Manzoni, Leonardo DaVinci, Einstein, Hemingway, and George Clooney have all decided that Milan is where the heart is. These fabulous people also make Milan a special...
 
Shades of Shanghai – 5 luxury hotels for you
Visiting Shanghai even for the most seasoned traveller is mind boggling. This city with more than 24 million residents has preserved ancient temples and cobbled stone street neighbourhoods along with the world's tallest and gravity defying thrill creating structures (tried the glass bottomed...
 
Top 5 spa retreats in the English Lake District
The English Lake District is home to some of the purest water sources in the world. In 2017 millions of pounds are being spent in the region capturing this liquid gold in the form of world-class spa experiences. Let's take a closer look. The 2,362 km² mountain region splits into 13 glacial...
 
Lima, Peru: a culinary journey with 10 delectable stops
Many people call Lima Peru the "Culinary Capital of Latin America," and there are plenty of reasons for such a title. In this Andean city, one finds a celebration of ancient techniques and avant-garde practices that seamlessly merge inside the local kitchens of Lima's highly diverse restaurants...
 
The top 3 premium shopping streets in Barcelona
Barcelona may not be as well known as other European cities for its shopping hotspots, but if you're looking for some retail therapy in a beautiful setting, then the Catalan capital will definitely have something for you. From unique boutiques to big brands, including some of the best designers...
 
New luxury comes to the Mediterranean
Dutch designer Marcel Wanders is the name behind the new IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Portals Nous. Overlooking Majorca's idyllic beaches, it is one of the group's most luxurious accommodation options for adults only. Majorca has something to celebrate: next month, the Balearic-based group IBEROSTAR...
 
6 things to do for a relaxing weekend on the Montreux Riviera
If you are looking for a traveling destination that will be able to help you achieve that Zen-like feeling of relaxation, look no further than the charming Montreux Riviera. Located just a little ways from the beautiful Lake Geneva, the area is part of the canton of Vaud, one of the most...
 
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