Whether your preference is burgers or dim sum, we’ve rounded seven of the most affordable Michelin-starred restaurants around the world.
In Sicily, you can eat freshly-caught seafood on the beach, visit ancient ruins and go to the opera all in a day.
From eating street food and making the most out of free museum days to taking every chance to escape to nature, this is our guide to travelling the world’s most expensive cities.
Black-sand beaches dotted with shimmering blue ice formations resembling gemstones, white rapids gushing down majestic black lava columns and rivers inhabited by mythical sea monsters – the Land of Fire and Ice has it all.
Web version, originally appeared in Feb/Mar 2019 issue
Stunning seascapes, verdant mountains, fairy tale castles and lots and lots of wine: Portugal is a dream come true for many travellers. One of the best ways to soak in the country’s vast nature and cultural offerings is the classic road trip.
Music festivals. They’re an excuse to put on your craziest vintage garb or two-metre-long angel wings, dance in the mud in wellies and live in a tent, and of course, enjoy really, really good music with tens and hundreds of thousands of other people.
Just off the coast of north-west Africa, the Canary Islands’ Mediterranean climate, coupled with its otherworldly terrain – think black-sand beaches, volcanic craters and ancient forests sprinkled with gnarled trees – attracts travellers of all stripes.
From Burano to Valparaíso, the panoramas of multi-coloured homes and shophouses covered in vines and set amid steep hills and roaring seas have inspired many artists and writers. Here are 10 of the most vibrant places in the world to visit.