48 hours in Stockholm

With its mix of functionality, minimalism and culture, Stockholm constantly ranks highly on the list of the world’s coolest capital cities. The vast range of shops, bars, galleries and cafés is continually changing and new places are always popping up to visit. At the same time, the classics live on and attract new generations of visitors year after year. The perfect Stockholm stay is a mixture of old and new, both the familiar and unknown. Here are some tips on places to visit in the Swedish capital on a city break or weekend away. Continue reading 48 hours in Stockholm

11 unique experiences that only exist in Japan

Japan is a compact and spiritual country that is brimming with unique experiences you won’t see anywhere else. Classic samurai and elegant geishas, ​​Onsen baths and the celestial Mount Fuji, temples, shrines and tea ceremonies are just the tip of the iceberg. Here we dig even deeper; how about roaming the Japanese Alps or enjoying a traditional Kaiseki meal? These 11 highlights bring you closer to the real Japan. Continue reading 11 unique experiences that only exist in Japan

Travel through Turkey: from Istanbul to Mount Ararat

Turkey is a melting pot of cultures and religions and the bridge between Europe and Asia. This wonderful country has captured the hearts of travellers from all over the world for centuries. From the picturesque Bosphorus strait that splits Istanbul, to the modern capital Ankara, to the lunar landscapes of Cappadocia, up to the wonderful beaches of Antalya, these are the most popular destinations for adventurous travellers. Continue reading Travel through Turkey: from Istanbul to Mount Ararat

10 of London’s must-visit secret art galleries

Whether you’re looking for on-the-rise artists or the Western world’s most esteemed Old Masters, London’s art trail never disappoints. Its landmark museums and galleries are strangers to no-one – but swap a day at the Tate for a clutch of lesser-known galleries, to experience the city’s creative flair from a cutting-edge, and often far less crowded angle. Lisson Gallery Since its opening in 1967, Lisson … Continue reading 10 of London’s must-visit secret art galleries