Toronto is a culturally diverse hub filled with aromatic culinary scents from all over the globe that linger across the city. The city whose name was derived from Mohawk, meaning “where there are trees standing in the water”, certainly reflects a different vibe. From the top-notch art scene to the hip nightlife and of course the fabulous shopping, one could spend hours strolling the distinctive areas that make up the city. Yet few people who visit take the time to explore what lies beyond the main tourist shopping, dining and entertainment spots. This is where the magic, and eclectic, hidden Toronto lies.
Ball gowns for beds and lips for sofas. Find out what happens when fashion designers get their hands on hotels, as we reveal the world’s most fashionable hotels.
From the shopping, to sightseeing and seriously good tapas, it’s easy to enjoy a stylish city break in Madrid.
We’ve all heard of Fifth Avenue – the names Tiffany, Macy’s, Saks and Bloomingdale’s roll off the tongue of any travelling shopaholic. But where do New Yorkers go when they want to find a bargain or peacefully browse second-hand books? Read on as we reveal our New York shopping secrets.
One of the most common questions for first time summer cruisers is, what do I wear? You want to look good on and off the ship on a summer cruise, to feel comfortable but also blend seamlessly with the other passengers formal style of dressing. Dress codes have, however, relaxed a lot over the last few years.
The kind people at my favourite tea store have just got in touch to tell me about their birthday celebrations. To celebrate 18 years of T2 (who opened their first UK store in Shoreditch earlier this year) they are offering 18% off everything in store and online from the 28th June – 6th July!
From the coolest rooftops pools to the lobby where hipsters like to hangout, introducing our top 5 most fashionable hotels in New York.
Seville encompasses all the best that Andalucia has to offer to travellers: the winding medieval streets, charming shops and tapas bars and to top it all off it also boasts a rich cultural heritage full flamenco dancing. It’s the capital of the region so it is easily accessible and a stepping stone to more Andalucian exploration. GoEuro prices the trip from Seville to Granada’s amazing Alhambra castle ruins at £18 and it’s just a couple hours of travel. The Seville Alcazar is impressive but the Alhambra will take your breath away. The ceilings and tile work are so intricate you’ll wonder how it could have possibly been built in the 11th century, not to mention the beautiful grounds and gardens that are left almost entirely untouched. Seville is also close enough for day trips to Cordoba, another of the region’s most beautiful cities. The city combines Spanish and Moorish heritage and the resulting architecture is phenomenal.
Halifax Nova Scotia is a magical city that is steeped in history and filled with local maritime charm. Located on the salty shores of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by one of the largest harbours in the world, its distinctive atmosphere is like no other city in Canada.
Meander along the boardwalk that’s filled with docked historic ships; fiddle stomping musicians and dozens of food vendors. Enjoy great treats like fresh oysters, fish tacos, Canadian bacon and handmade local ice cream.
For me a holiday involves two S’s – shopping and sunshine. I’ve had to develop a travel beauty regime that involves sun protection as well as durability with a little dose of girly glamour thrown in too.
Last week I was on holiday in Greece and trialled a number of the travel beauty essentials available exclusively at World Duty Free – handy travel size products that you can grab on the go and buy tax free at airports worldwide! I’ve since incorporated a number of the items into my ‘must pack make up bag’ and this is why.