Zurich Tanzt is a city-wide dance festival bringing the best of contemporary dance practices and innovations from around the world to Zurich.
If you go to Lisbon, be sure to weave one of chef Olivier da Costa's four restaurants into your holiday experience. We tried three out of the four and frankly, you can be assured of a gastronomically delightful experience.
Alderney is the third largest island in the Channel Islands (after Jersey and Guernsey). It is 3 miles (5 km) long and 1 1⁄2 miles (2.4 km) wide and around 10 miles (15 km) off the coast of France.
Rooms Hotel is Tbilisi's first design hotel. City breakers looking for hipster chic with luxury thrown in would love this hotel. The hotel is housed in a former publishing house that existed during Soviet rule and the entrance leads directly into a library, a setting that talks to that heritage.
Experience this iconic and oh-so-British treat by taking Afternoon Tea in Fortnum & Mason’s tranquil and elegant Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon.
Learn all the skills required to make a cosy arm-knitted throw to keep you warm this winter. Whether or not you’ve got the knot know-how, this is a super fun way to learn a new skill and get crafting with nothing but your hands.
Nobel Prize-winners, novelists, scientists and politicians (among others) join forces to share stories and ideas at the annual Hay Festival in Wales.
Set on a working farm in Herefordshire, Nozstock combines music, performance arts and entertainment in a festival setting.
The statue of Neptune, the God of the sea, is 4.2 meters tall and stands on top of a pedestal in the center of the octagonal fountain on the Piazza della Signoria in Florence, Italy.
Timber is a new festival exploring the transformative impact of forests, where music, forests, arts and ideas will weave together in the heart of the National Forest, one of Britain's boldest environmental projects.