Where to have a ‘celebrity-style’ wedding

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Judging by the number of famous people who choose Italy to get married for the first, second or third time, it surely must be the most romantic place in the world.

Shibuya for shopaholics


If you love high-tech games and trendy brands, and you’re a manga freak, then Tokyo...

The river where the rainbow drowned


Yellow, blue, green, red and black. For six months of the year, under the surface...

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Lisbon's reflection shines in the Tagus, along whose reclaimed banks residents now walk with a little more pride, as time has only increased its beauty.
Lisbon's reflection shines in the Tagus, along whose reclaimed banks residents now walk with a little more pride, as time has only increased its beauty.

Hunting for the Southern Lights

The Northern Lights might appear to be a unique phenomenon, but their southern counterparts offer competition from Australia and New Zealand. We’re on the trail of the southern aurora.
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Where Robinson Crusoe was a Tourist

Pirates, treasure, prisoners, ex-patriots and colonists: all adventures recreated by Daniel Defoe. The spirit of his most iconic character, Robinson Crusoe,...
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Where Brazil doesn’t sound the samba

At the Iguazu Falls you can only hear the crashing of its 275 colossal waterfalls, falling from a height of over...

Ushuaia, with you to the end of the world

There’s no excuse now; you can keep your promise and take your partner to Ushuaia,...

Save money (and wear Prada) in Milan

Italy’s fashion capital might be known for its extravagant shop windows and glamorous lifestyle, but...

The island of wooden churches

The wooden temples and houses of Kizhi Island, in the north of Russia’s Lake Onega,...

Savannah, the city of ghosts


With more than 80 cemeteries and around 50 haunted houses, Savannah is the world capital...

Unshakeable Comporta


It has been compared to Ibiza, St. Tropez, the Hamptons and even Yves St. Laurent’s...

Next stop, the future

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It’s Hyperloop, the first flying train. At 1,200 km per hour, if you blink, you will miss it.
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The happy kingdom of the Himalayas

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Highway 61, stuck with the Memphis blues

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Star Railways

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Mission (practically) impossible: Tokyo in 48 hours

With over 13 million inhabitants, Tokyo is one of the biggest and most extravagant cities...

Muscle Beach: the cradle of fitness

The Muscle Beach gyms, in the United States, are the most famous outdoor gyms in...

The garden of South Africa

Shakespeare wrote that, ‘A rose by any other name would smell as sweet’. And what...

Patisserie architecture: the sweetest design


The new desserts are inspired by nature, architecture and geology. Flowers, cacti and precious stones...

Discover north Argentina, in seven colours


Legend says the children of Purmamarca, bored of such a monochromatic hill, spent seven nights...

Castles fit for a khaleesi

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Nearly 20 castles are camouflaged in the desert to the south and east of Amman. Discover the secrets Jordan hides behind these stone walls.

The Mother of Water

Six countries, 4,000 years of history and home to 60 million people. The Mekong flows...

For real fans only

It’s not about being good at something; it’s about being the best. These shops and...

A rollercoaster in the clouds

Would you dare to walk on the clouds? If so, you can do just this...

20 places to visit in your 20s


The journey doesn’t depend only on the destination. There are some places you have to...

The best places in the world for your wedding photos


The setting may make the difference between a conventional wedding and an extraordinary one. Most...