Shanghai fuses East and West like no other city on Earth: traditional houses with art deco buildings; cathedrals, synagogues and Buddhist temples with the world’s tallest skyscrapers; cheap street food with Michelin-starred cuisine.
Take every over-the-top cartoonish image you have of Japanese pop culture and combine them all into an hour-long explosion of color, sound and energy, and you’ll begin to get an idea of what Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant is like.
Seoul is the pulsating heart of South Korea. Cutting edge and traditional in equal measure, it is a 24-hour world megacity, multi-faceted and ever-evolving.
Osaka’s appeal comes in the form of its laid-back populace, a multi-faceted subcultural landscape, and a culinary tradition that earned it the nickname of ‘The Nation’s Kitchen’.
Here are our top 5 picks for must-see attractions in Stockholm, Sweden’s elegant and forward-thinking capital – just enough to fill one summer weekend.
Instagram used photo geotagging data to compile a list of the world’s officially most snap-worthy locations. Can you guess which places made the cut?
Salvador Sobral secured a win for Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest. Why try and beat the 2018 crowds and travel to Portugal already now? Watch our short clip to find out.
Consider yourself a seasoned travel expert? Well, this tough travel quiz might just be about to prove you wrong.
Follow in our footsteps as we take you on a journey along the Spanish Andalusian Tapas Route and culinary specialties of Málaga, Seville, Cádiz, Granada, Jaén, and Ronda.
Be it due to their remoteness, stringent entry and mobility restrictions or logistical difficulties, these are our top 10 picks for the most difficult countries in the world to visit.