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Summer stroll through Sydney
It’s easy to see why Sydney is celebrated for its beauty. Its harbour and coastline are public spaces that provide beaches, a national park, and dazzling water views. Go walkabout and soak up the spectacle for the best of a Sydney summer.
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.
Articles - Destinations
From the palaces of sultans to private island sanctuaries, Zanzibar offers an array of weekend getaways, with pearlescent beaches, stunning marine life, and world-class services.
Station Drive, Durban
Sandwiched between the beachfront and the trendy suburb of Morningside is Station Drive, a former industrial precinct that has become the creative capital of Durban.
The Swatch Art Peace Hotel, Shanghai
The Swatch Art Peace Hotel brings together cultural heritage and modern art in a unique concept property at the centre of the ever-chic Shanghai Bund.
Zurich: by design
Zurich is one of those cities in which you may wish you’d stayed longer. Swiss travel expert Brian Johnston looks beyond its CHOCOLATE-BOX BEAUTY to reveal a cultured, innovative, very contemporary city.
Discovering the Golden Mile
There’s no better way to get to know Durban than by spending a morning along its iconic beachfront. Travel writer and local resident Will Bendix points you in the right direction.
24 Hours in Edinburgh
Crime fiction writer Ian Rankin once described Edinburgh as “a city the size of a town that feels like a village”. Certainly, this UNESCO-recognised World Heritage Site offers both the cool cosmopolitan delights of a capital city – a hub for culture, education, and high-tech start-ups – alongside more low-key aspects of village life. It’s also an eminently walkable city in terms of scale – as long as you don’t mind climbing steep hills, that is!
The Indonesian island of Lombok is often overshadowed by its neighbour, Bali. But for a low-key version, this is the place to go.
Smiths Beach Resort, Western Australia
Set within a national park between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin, this contemporary beach resort is a restful sanctuary for couples and families.
Ett Hem, Stockholm
Ett Hem is a stylish 12-room hotel situated in Stockholm’s smart embassy quarter of Östermalm in Sköldungagatan, a 10-minute walk from the city centre.