Features - Europe

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.

Articles - Europe

My Favourite Street Barcelona

Catalan painter and sculptor Samuel Salcedo reveals the secrets of the beautiful Eixample area of Barcelona. With its list of prestigious art galleries, unique modernist architecture, and outdoor dining, it is a cultural feast.

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luxe - Miss Clara by Nobis, Stockholm

One of Stockholms most treasured art nouveau buildings, the former Ateneum school for girls has been transformed into a sleek Scandinavian hotel in the evolving City district.

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Hidden Edinburgh - Seek and ye shall find

Edinburgh is a city that tends to inspire instant love. The Castle, World Heritage-listed Georgian architecture, and an internationally revered cultural scene make it very easy to click with. But venture beyond the obvious, and thousands of secrets unveil themselves...(all images courtesy of visitscotland.com)

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Jermyn Street, London

Home to perfumers, barbers, tailors, and a certain Fortnum & Mason department store, this oft-overlooked London street revels in its long history and quirkiness.

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Bond In Motion – 50 Years of Bond Cars

London Film Museum – now open

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City of Legends - Larnaca

Larnaca has its roots in the ancient city-kingdom of Kition and has grown over millennia to become one of the largest hubs on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Its history encapsulates a mythological goddess, a celebrated philosopher, and an apostle.

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24 Hours in Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s a rare character – both instantly loveable and fascinatingly complex. Age has bestowed distinguished handsomeness rather than decay, and there’s a learned air to the city.

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Budapest - Hungary

Carolyn Bánfalvi, author of Food Wine Budapest and co-owner of tour company Taste Hungary, loves Budapest’s seventh district for its mix of old architecture and history combined with cool new cafés and shops.

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