Features - North America
Adventures in architecture
Sleek design has played an important role throughout Chicago’s history. Guidebook author Kate Silver takes us on a quick tour through the past and present of the city’s building blocks.
Atlanta’s great outdoors
With Qatar Airways launching flights to Atlanta on June 1, travel writer and long-time resident Jennifer Bradley Franklin shares insider tips on out-of-doors exploring in The Big Peach.
Articles - North America
24 Hours in Atlanta
Atlanta is a vibrant metropolis, home to a burgeoning culinary scene, shopping to suit every taste, and myriad opportunities to be outdoors. While a day merely scratches the surface, with insider knowledge of where to go and what to explore, you’ll get a taste of the city’s charms – and its signature Southern hospitality.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach
The stylish new hotel marks the first phase of openings in the Faena District Miami Beach, a new neighbourhood rooted in arts and culture.
Tremont Street, Boston
In Boston’s South End, Tremont Street, with its trendy boutique shops, chef-owned restaurants, cafés, and historic architecture, is a favourite haunt of residential design consultant Louis Ashman.
The Villages of Boston
Ayesha Khan takes us on a tour through the past and present of four distinct quarters of Boston, the town she’s lovingly called her second home for over 20 years.
24 Hours in Los Angeles
Los Angeles has so much visual ambition it’s hard to know where to start. The dream-like hotels and restaurants of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. The impossible rides and theme-park attractions of Universal City and Anaheim. The unrivalled Pacific-coast sunsets from the palm tree-lined hills of Griffith Park. It’s a city to be savoured, rather than rushed around, revealing its very best only when you know where to go.
The rebirth of Downtown LA
Long-time enthusiast Mike MacEacheran convinces us to take a tour of Los Angeles’ most happening area – the can’t miss, new-look spectacle of Downtown.
24 Hours in Boston
Home to some of the USA’s best seafood, universities, and sports teams, Boston is both a cosmopolitan hub and an unimposing small town. Walkable from end to end in just a couple of hours, the city is divided into several distinct neighbourhoods, each with its own flair. While the North End is home to the city’s vibrant Italian population, the South End is where the city’s arts community chooses to roost.
24 hours in New York City
It’s called ‘the city that never sleeps’, and for good reason. New York City defines energy, and any visitor to the city absorbs this immediately. The USA’s largest city since 1790, New York has become an international cultural, political, and financial epicentre. More than a third of its residents were born outside the country, and more than 170 languages are spoken. From food to the arts, diversity is New York’s brand.