Paris is always a good idea, so they say. There isn’t really a bad time of the year to visit the French capital. Here is our pick of where to eat, drink, and stay — and what to see this summer.
Long gone are the days when hotel dining rooms were sad, and sadly empty, affairs. The capital has entered its era of abundance when it comes to beautiful hotel restaurants that are destinations in their own right. By turns decadent, mischievous, and classic, they are gladdened with the genial blur of visitors and Londoners alike. From a Soho newcomer to Mayfair icons, reborn, here are a handful of our favorites.
UNESCO-protected, with rolling countryside and snow-capped mountains on the horizon, Piedmont is Italy’s unsung hero. The region is peppered with fantastic wineries and Michelin-starred restaurants and is rich in truffles. Plus, a new clutch of stylish hotels is making a visit even more compelling — especially in the Fall, when its landscape transforms into a riot of ambers and reds. Here’s where to stay, eat and play.
The Mallorcan capital has a thriving restaurant, bar and coffee scene, a growing international community, and a strong local culture paired with a deep, rich history and magnificent Gothic architecture. This, in addition to palm tree-lined streets, lush parks and an Ocean Drive-esque waterfront, are what enticed jewellery designer Jourdana Davies to become a Palma local a few years ago. Here, she shares her favourite haunts — from food markets to rooftops and everything in between.
Where to stay, eat, and play in the home of Brunello, Pecorino, and co.
The most talked about Cycladic island of 2023, elegant Sifnos sets itself apart from its neighbors with its distinctive culture, which has been shaped by its gastronomy, ceramics tradition, and architectural heritage. Add in its handsome villages, connected by ancient hiking paths and crystal-clear swimming coves and you have an idyllic Greek summer stay.
Founder of YOLO Journal and creative director, Yolanda Edwards spends part of the year in the unspoilt Médoc, where she and her husband, author and founder of Wm Brown magazine, Matt Hranek, now have two houses. Here, the travel tastemaker shares her favourite spots in the region, from coffee stops and vineyards to brocantes.
Emma Henderson lists the pubs with excellent menus, interiors and beds you need to know about.
Emma Henderson takes you on a tour of south Devon's historic market town that prides itself on its independent shops and sustainability credentials.
Summer is almost here and al-fresco dining returns. From Ibiza to Patmos, here are 8 restaurants we can’t wait to eat in, all right by the water. And of course, we tell you where to stay nearby.
A weekend in the Eternal City is always a dream, whether it’s a romantic getaway or a solo city break. Our editor Kate Lough shares her ideal 48 hours in Rome with you, from the best place to stay, to the galleries and palazzos not to miss, via her must-book trattorias.