Features - Destinations

New Milan Visions

From this May, Milan will welcome 20 million visitors to its citywide EXPO2015 event. Milanese expert Tristan Rutherford tours the city’s brand-new art, architecture, and epicurean sights.

Washington, DC: Georgetown to U Street

There’s so much more to the US capital than the famed monuments and museums of the National Mall. Washington, DC native and writer Vanessa H. Larson introduces us to some of the city’s most appealing neighbourhoods.

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24 hours in Jakarta

Known as the ‘Big Durian’, Jakarta is a hot, bustling, eclectic cultural melting pot of a metropolis, with a smorgasbord of choices to indulge the intrepid traveller. Packed with skyscrapers juxtaposed with street vendors, Jakarta is a city of traditions and contrasts. You will find five-star restaurants to satiate your culinary demands alongside behemoth malls filled with designer shops, and markets where you can haggle over a rupiah or two.

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Barcelona

Surrounded by the majestic Pyrenees mountains, and flanked by hundreds of kilometres of magnificent Iberian coastline, Catalonia and its incredible capital city of Barcelona are steeped in history, yet still modern.

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Kloof Street, Cape Town

Cape Town wears many hats, and thanks to its host of innovative restaurants, it is the chef’s hat that many visitors particularly want to see donned.

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Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Porto Heli, Greece

Trend-setting Nikki Beach has released its unique vibe on Porto Heli, Greece. And, just like that, the Greek Riviera’s coolest lifestyle boutique resort and spa has been born.

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Kathmandu - Gateway to the Mountains

You don't need to be super-fit to enjoy many of the stunning walks around Nepal. Photojournalist Steve Davey drags his tired old knees off to enjoy some of the less-challenging treks this mountainous country has to offer.

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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.

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24 Hours in Barcelona

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

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AL SHAQAB - Arabian Horse

The Arabian horse played an important role in the founding of Qatar, and remains an important part of Qatari culture. Mr. Mohammed Al Sulaiti, Al Shaqab’s Breeding and Show manager, talks to Oryx about why the Arabian horse is so unique.

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weekend away - Philadelphia

One of the USA’s great cities, Philadelphia is rich in history as the centre of the US fight for independence. At the same time it is undergoing a seemingly perpetual modernisation – with ambitious boutiques and star restaurants – with a palpable energy.

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