Love traveling but hate jet lag? We’ve all had that experience before. Next time skip the bubbly and opt for water – and follow these other tips to beat time zone tiredness.
Belt out “Dancing Queen” with holograms of ABBA or have a shot of espresso at David Bowie’s favorite Berlin café – there are many ways to show devotion to your musical icons, past and present.
A small roadside stall peddling assorted pastries or vendor rowing a boat while scooping a spoonful of soup noodles into a tiny bowl for hungry patrons might not have the same atmosphere as a white tablecloth setting but street food offers a different sort of thrill.
An afternoon of picnics and port wine, drawn-out seafood lunches and stumbling across quirky storefronts in narrow alleys framed by buildings of every hue of the rainbow is what Porto is about.
We’ve rounded up 10 amazing castles including haunted castles and peaceful monasteries that you can actually stay in.
Until the ’90s, street art was seen as vandalism at best and a political attack punishable by imprisonment at worse. While many murals still illustrate societal ills, their cheery colours also add character to a place.
Marathons are the ultimate endurance test, physical and psychological, yet running through endless roads and parks can be monotonous. Why not change it up with runs through vineyards, or perhaps, on frozen water?
EnVoyage - in-flight magazine of EVA Air, May 2019 issue, 'Art Capitals' column