Articles by: Holly Turner

Culture

Dublin culture round-up (because the festivities don’t stop after St Paddy’s Day)

Dublin culture round-up (because the festivities don’t stop after St Paddy’s Day)

Today, Irish folk melodies are in the air and the St Patrick’s Day parades are flooding Dublin with a sea of green, but the Irish capital has even more to […]

by × March 17, 2015 × 2 comments

Culture

London culture round-up: what to catch in the capital between now and Easter

London culture round-up: what to catch in the capital between now and Easter

The January blues are so last month. It’s time to swap a night in with Netflix for a spot of culture. Here’s our guide to the capital’s must-see events and exhibitions […]

by × February 20, 2015 × 1 comment

Places

24 hours in: Budapest

24 hours in: Budapest

9am: Start the day in Pest at Taskaradio Eszpresso, a kind of 1970s diner where scratchy Motown is the soundtrack of choice. Glass cabinets full of retro toys line the […]

by × October 28, 2013 × 0 comments

Places

Three cities, three ways: Dublin

Three cities, three ways: Dublin

Overwhelmed by the city guide? Streamline your sightseeing with the help of this week’s mini travel series. We’ve put together three micro guides to three of Europe’s best-known urban destinations, […]

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Places

Le Bain at The Standard, High Line – hip rooftop drinking in NYC

Le Bain at The Standard, High Line – hip rooftop drinking in NYC

It really is all about the rooftops in New York. This is a city with one of the most insane skylines in the world and when you’re in central Manhattan, […]

by × February 3, 2013 × 0 comments

Food & Drink

Vintry Fine Wines – NYC’s most futuristic place to buy your Sauvignon Blanc

Vintry Fine Wines – NYC’s most futuristic place to buy your Sauvignon Blanc

In downtown Manhattan – just a short walk from Soho – lies a brand new designer wine store. Gleaming white, curvacious and modern, Vintry Fine Wines is the creation of […]

by × September 4, 2012 × 0 comments

Places

Pop-up hits. Catch some of London’s best before summer ends

Pop-up hits. Catch some of London’s best before summer ends

Once a way for struggling artists to display their work cheaply in unused spaces, the pop-up concept has evolved over the years into a way of promoting luxury events, shops, […]

by × August 29, 2012 × 0 comments

Places

Alesund, Norway – home to an annual food festival with one heck of a setting

Alesund, Norway – home to an annual food festival with one heck of a setting

The unique town of Alesund in Norway is a thriving fishing port spread across seven islands, with a remarkable concentration of listed Art Nouveau architecture. Tall, brightly coloured houses with […]

by × August 15, 2012 × 0 comments

Style

JK Iguatemi – luxury shopping in Sao Paulo

JK Iguatemi – luxury shopping in Sao Paulo

If you’re planning a trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil’s largest and most populated city, don’t miss the opportunity to visit JK Iguatemi – a brand new state-of-the-art mall which has […]

by × August 15, 2012 × 0 comments

Places

24 hours in: Marrakech

24 hours in: Marrakech

9am: Before facing the full heat of the day in Marrakech, take breakfast in the shady courtyard of a riad, which are microcosms of leafy cool. Most places offer traditional […]

by × July 18, 2012 × 1 comment

Places

Five reasons to visit Krakow

Five reasons to visit Krakow

In Krakow, Poland, it’s the Old Town that’s become a hotspot for the city’s youth. Its towering gothic churches and impressive Renaissance architecture are the first things you might notice; […]

by × June 17, 2012 × 1 comment

Culture

London theatre: Collaborators, a play by John Hodge

London theatre: Collaborators, a play by John Hodge

The intimate set of the Cottesloe Stage at the National Theatre made Collaborators by John Hodge even more intense. This is Hodge’s first play, he’s best known as a screenwriter for […]

by × May 27, 2012 × 1 comment