Features - Europe
Switzerland - The Watch Story
The label ‘Swiss Made’ stands for quality. When it comes to Swiss watches, however, it may be a misnomer because that particular industry is concentrated in the country’s French-speaking regions.
Spain - Barça
Barcelona Football Blog writer Levon Schuller, from Holland, and one of many global FC Barcelona fans, takes a break from his globetrotting ways to offer us a glimpse of what the capital of Catalonia means to a life-long fan.
Articles - Europe
George IV Bridge, Edinburgh
It’s easy to see how Edinburgh became the first UNESCO City of Literature: just walk along one of its streets.
fine food - Berlin
Berliners love to dine out, so both locals and visitors are spoilt for choice. When it comes to restaurants, Berlin is rich and classy.
The timeless sounds of Zagreb
A tram rattles down Ilica Street, a cannon fires from Gri Fortress at noon, and the hubbub of hundreds of people talking over coffee echoes in the city squares. These are the sounds of Zagreb. As a journalist for Croatian Radio’s The Voice of Croatia, I’ve learnt to love the sights and sounds of Zagreb, one of Europe’s most overlooked capital cities.
Vienna - Glory past and present
Resident Diane Naar-Elphee reveals parts of a seriously sophisticated city that successfully bridges the gap between modernity and the imperial traditions of yesteryear. Experience Vienna’s laid-back – but by no means lethargic – spirit.
Scandinavia - So simple. So exquisite. So Scandinavian.
Clean mountain air, the love of life, clear flowing rivers, and an appreciation for nature are just a few things that contribute to the principles and philosophies that so many Scandinavians share.
The Amazing Race - Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
Top thoroughbreds, serious prize money, international glamour, and the best of French fashion combine to create one of the world’s most prestigious horse races: the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
weekend away - Magnificent Moscow
At 867 years of age, Moscow shows no signs of slowing down. Rather, the sprawling metropolis is an energetic international hub, buzzing with 12 million residents and ranking second in the global billionaire stakes. This fascinating city is a melange of glitz, glamour, and a rich cultural heritage.
Switzerland’s striking great outdoors
Switzerland is best known for the Alps, but former Geneva resident of 25 years and repeat visitor Brian Johnston thinks its plateau country provides just as beautiful and active a holiday.