Features - Europe

Amsterdam - Awash with the riches of history

Amsterdam is a place where history, culture, and a good dose of the bohemian combine to create one of Europe’s most charming and progressive cities, afloat in a watery setting.

24 Hours in Barcelona

Barcelona is nestled snugly between pine-clad hills and the twinkling embrace of the Mediterranean Sea.

Articles - Europe

Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard, Sofia

The royal boulevard that runs through the heart of Bulgaria’s capital is full of pleasant surprises, according to Sofia native Alexander Shpatov.

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Thomas Street, Manchester

Manchester’s Northern Quarter is a vibrant, quickly changing neighbourhood, and Thomas Street bisects it, running from the atmospheric canalside area to blocks of brick buildings adorned with Manhattanesque fire escapes.

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weekend away - Stockholm

In February, Stockholm is still in its winter deep freeze, but don’t be put off visiting the Swedish capital, which presents a winter wonderland with a very cosy ambiance.

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Copenhagen Cool: where cute and cutting-edge combine

With increased flights from Doha to Copenhagen, the Danish capital is easier to reach than ever. Repeat visitor Brian Johnston looks beyond its fairy-tale image to reveal a cultured, very contemporary city.

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Come and carnival in Venice

Venice resident and writer Gillian Price delves into this wonderful city to show us a great time during its enchanting age-old celebrations.

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weekend away - Frankfurt

A decade ago, Frankfurt was considered rather dull. Now the city has found its groove and is noted for fine dining, lively nightlife, and a hot cultural scene.

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Kemankeş Caddesi, Istanbul

The seaside suburb of Karaköy is home to the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art. The area’s grand mansions now host cafés, galleries, and groundbreaking Biennial shows.

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24 Hours in Sofia

A historical gem at the junction of Asia and Europe, Sofia has the creative energy of an up-and-coming destination city. Signs of ancient Rome and Thrace are on display alongside influences from the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires, as well as the 50-year period of communist rule.

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