Words: Kate Weir Spending 48 hours in Stockholm is more than enough time to get acquainted with this grand Nordic capital. Modern and progressive in sensibility, yet exuberantly historic, each neighbourhood and island – the city’s scattered over 14 of them – has a different personality. Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s Old Town, is colourful and cobbled, […] more

Words: Katie Gatens A city of romance, art and culinary treasures, Barcelona is a true bucket-list destination. City-breakers only have one really tough part when visiting this buzzing city: how to condense everything there is to do and see into just one weekend. Well, help is at hand. Here are our suggestions for how to spend the perfect 48 […] more

Words: Kate Weir Bangkok is one of the most compelling cities in the world, and one that’s changing year on year as the tourism industry booms. Many first-time travelers to Asia are advised to start in Bangkok, because it’s cheap, conveniently equipped with extensive tourism infrastructure, and has a reputation for nonstop excitement. Whether you’re into culture, […] more

Words: Kate Weir Spending 48 hours in Rome is to switch back and forth between the city’s great and storied past, and its glamorous present. High-end boutiques rest alongside the ruins of the Empire; novice monks and nuns wander the busiest streets, and the most forward-thinking bars and clubs sit in the shadows of colossal monuments. […] more