Stories to inspire your upcoming trips
Our Passengers 6A
11 June, 2018
“I never know what to expect when I work on the street”
Lemurs in plaid shirts and raccoons in hoodies: The French creator’s vision brings the jungle to the city with his ‘Urban Safari.’
6 June, 2018
A man-made island
The craze for D.I.Y is nothing new. Centuries before the appearance of Pinterest and tutorials on YouTube, they were already putting it into practice in Peru.
5 June, 2018
Fogo Island: from cod to art
In the nineties, Fogo Island’s population lived off fishing. Following a downturn in the fishing industry, this small Canadian island transformed itself into an inspirational retreat for artists.
30 May, 2018
Giving neighbourhoods a new look
Can a marginalised suburb become the “prettiest” area of a city? New York, Barcelona, Hong Kong and Buenos Aires are all witness to such a transformation. This is the true essence of gentrification.
22 April, 2018
Racing the clock in Abu Dhabi
Extend your layover in Abu Dhabi and breathe in the futuristic vibes of this city in the middle of the desert. Ferrari, the Louvre and the Guggenheim have done just that.
14 April, 2018
In the heart of the Mediterranean
When you have the likes of Rome and Venice to compete with, you could easily be ignored. But not so Apulia. Its history, legends and coastline make it impossible to miss.
10 April, 2018
Chauen, contemplation blue
In the foothills of the Rif mountains, northern Morocco, this tiny blue town delights travellers with its fabrics, hills and perpetual feeling of peace.
17 March, 2018
Green fever is contagious
Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, was born in Scotland. So he won’t mind if you celebrate his saint’s day outside of the Emerald Isle.
14 March, 2018
Castles fit for a khaleesi
Nearly 20 castles are camouflaged in the desert to the south and east of Amman. Discover the secrets Jordan hides behind these stone walls.
19 February, 2018
Rome, eternally young
It is the Eternal City because past, present and future meet together there. But also because Rome can always surprise you with something new, even if you've visited a thousand times before.