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Italy’s top 5 places to disconnect and disappear

Sometimes the best way a luxury travel advisor can help you is to make you disappear. It is shocking, I know, and counterintuitive. While most of the times I help travelers to see and been seen in the right places, there are times when I simple say NO to this. Show More Summary

Dubai dream yacht trips: an unforgettable, affordable experience

Set in the exotic Arabian Gulf, surrounded by sand-dunes, Dubai is a luxurious pleasure-dome that is wonderfully obsessed with fashion and style. The sun-soaked adult playground is a constantly innovative land where soaring skyscrapers create spectacular skylines, in a city that seems to have an endless imagination when it comes to entertainment. Show More Summary

3 reasons why you should try e-biking in the Alps

Today, mobility is probably the fastest changing aspect in our lives ? and not only thanks to car sharing apps or the imminent self-drive car. The latest craze in the Alps is the electric bike, or e-bike. For those not in the know there...Show More Summary

Top 5 delicious après ski drinks… cheers!

Après ski, those magical hours when a day to remember on the slopes comes to a close and morphs into an evening of inebriation, suitably complimented by the social activities and entertainment that follows. You have waited all year for...Show More Summary

Top 5 most luxurious bars in Johannesburg

When the clock strikes 5 pm where do the trendiest of Joburgers head for their post-work drink fix? There’s certainly no shortage of watering hole options in this city, but there are a select few bars which offer a space to unwind in real style. Show More Summary

How to make the most of your trip to Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most spectacular sights you will ever see.   Did you know that there are even more ways to experience the Falls, more attractions and that there have been some changes? The Journey Behind the Falls with its...Show More Summary

The 4 most spectacular Hard Rock Cafe locations in the USA

Hard Rock owns countless hotels, casinos and cafes which are sprinkled through 74 countries. 174 cafes have popped up in major cities all over the world. While they serve your typical American fare, like cheeseburgers, ribs and steak, Hard Rock Café is perhaps more famous for its massive rock memorabilia display. Show More Summary

5 of the best unique resorts in Fiji

Out of all the beautiful and exotic beach destinations in the world, Fiji might best encapsulate the idea of tropical paradise. Palm trees sway in the warm breeze, azure waters gently lap the shore, and the backdrop of dazzling blue sky is a near constant. Show More Summary

Top 5 luxury hotels in St. Lucia

Luscious, bright green forest-clad mountains, sparkling azure blue waters, unforgetting sunsets and sunrises? St Lucia is naturally beautiful. It comes as no surprise, then, that this gorgeous island is full of lavish hotels and resorts, all paving the path to a spectacular luxury holiday. Show More Summary

An insider’s guide to the Dead Sea

You’ll find the Dead Sea running in-between Israel and Jordan at the lowest point on earth. It is a hypersaline lake, with a salt content of over thirty percent, meaning that no aquatic life can survive in it, hence its name. The Dead...Show More Summary

15 things you should do to be a responsible traveller

Travelling is a fantastic experience. Whether it is viewing the sunset at Halong Bay in Vietnam or snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, soaking up local culture and what our planet has to offer can be enriching, inspiring and something to tell your kids one day. Show More Summary

6 reasons why foodies need to head to the Dordogne

“Good food and good wine, this is heaven on earth,” said Henri IV, the best loved of all French kings. Sitting on little plastic chairs eagerly awaiting their meals, locals and tourists chat pleasantly amongst themselves in between gazing at the beautifully picturesque landscapes through the quaint windows of the farm restaurant. Show More Summary

6 of India’s best festivals for the foreign traveller

India undoubtedly has the globe’s largest collection of events, festivals and happenings. The joyful clamour and colour of festivals spread their tentacles from the smallest villages to the largest cities, giving the most eye-opening glimpse into local culture. Show More Summary

Momentos to take home from Myanmar

Travellers are also collectors, and not just of experiences, but also of the relics and mementos which represent its country of birth. Leather gloves from Argentina, authentic Chinese tea, German beer steins, traditional Venetian masks from Italy, or Moroccan ceramics, the list could unfold to grand proportions. Show More Summary

9 of the best Austrian cakes… and where to eat them

Real luxury food in Austria comes in the form of dessert. Torten have outruled  Habsburg Emperors, calorie counters and health gurus. Here are nine of the most powerful Austrian cakes, along with the best Viennese patisseries that serve them. Show More Summary

Discover Alentejo: The Garden of Portugal

Covering around a third of Portugal, Alentejo offers a smooth transition from the hustle and bustle of Lisbon through to the glorious holiday resorts of the Algarve in the South. Affectionately labelled the ?Garden of Portugal?, Alentejo is a diverse landscape of wildflower meadows, verdant vineyards and dense cork forests. Show More Summary

4 vegan friendly luxury hotels in the Philippines

The Philippines has long been known for it?s beautiful beaches, rich cultural heritage and having one of the largest megacities on earth; but it?s also well known amongst some for being one of the most difficult places to travel as a vegan or vegetarian. Show More Summary

5 tried and tested items from our latest trip

You could be forgiven for thinking this is some idyllic paradise in the Maldives. Sadly, it was somewhere much colder! The scene you see is in fact sunrise at Beaver Sailing Club, not a million miles from the not-so-picturesque town of Goole in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Show More Summary

How to do Barcelona in one day

Chock-full of culture, history, food and architecture, Barcelona is nothing short of amazing. Trying to fit any city, let alone one as action-packed as Barcelona into 24 hours is not an easy feat.  Follow our comprehensive one-day guide to Barcelona to ensure that you make the most of your time here. Show More Summary

10 airlines with low change fees

Flexibility is often crucial when traveling, yet sometimes airlines are less than sympathetic when you need to change your travel plans. To ensure your next trip goes smoothly ? even if your travel plans change ? we?ve rounded up the top 10 airlines that offer flexible travel for your next trip. Show More Summary

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