Urban Japan Through the Eyes of a Polish Photographer

May 25, 2017 - Sin comentarios

mtmjolnir/YouTube He could be a poster boy of post-Cold War artistic globalisation. At age 31, Lukasz Palka, from Tarnów, Poland by way of Chicago, has been based in Tokyo for the past decade and specialises in gritty urban (and especially noct...Leer más

Notes From Underground: Caves of the Dominican Republic

May 24, 2017 - Sin comentarios

The Dominican Republic is of course well known as a destination for marvelous beaches, cool adventure sports, and the historic corners of its capital Santo Domingo. Much more "under cover," if you will, is what's underground: thousands upon thous...Leer más

In Costa Rica, Arenal = Adventure

May 22, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Robert Cicchetti Since the 1980s, Costa Rica has of course made a huge name for itself as not only a beach but also ecotourism and soft adventure destination.  And it’s especially this last that has become a speciality of a region of Alajuela p...Leer más

Craving Croatia’s Dreamy Dalmatian Coast

May 18, 2017 - Sin comentarios

xbrchx Most everyone knows that the UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik (read our past post here) is a real stunner, but so is much of the nearby coast and hinterland of Dalmatia, which covers pretty much all o...Leer más

The Mighty Redwoods of Cantabria, Spain

May 17, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Su–May We've regaled you a-plenty about the natural and cultural riches of Spain's green north, including its region of Cantabria. There are still vast, impressive forests blanketing its hills and mountains, including native oaks, oaks, chestnu...Leer más

Some of the USA’s Best Museums Are in Boston

May 16, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Kalim Saliba For those interested in USA history, "Beantown" is a bonanza, with its many sites and neighbourhoods rich in colonial, revolutionary, and republican history over its 400 years of existence. But Boston is also one of this country’s ...Leer más

3 Art & Architecture Icons of São Paulo

May 15, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Nicolás de Camaret Latin America's largest city is a largely business-travel destination doesn't usually make it onto the radar of the holiday traveller. But if you have an interest in art and architecture, there are most definitely good reas...Leer más

In New York City, MoMA’s Frank Lloyd Wright Retrospective

May 12, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Pablo Sanchez One of the 20th century’s most iconic and influential architects, Wisconsin-born Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was one of the defining creators of modern architecture through more than 530 buildings, from iconic private residences...Leer más

8 Extraordinary Old ‘Water Towns’ Near Shanghai

May 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

David Paul Appell China’s largest city is unquestionably an amazing, fun, and fascinating place to visit - a mix of ancient and cutting-edge culture/architecture, along with fabulous dining, shopping, and entertainment. But on weekends, many Sha...Leer más

Spain’s Castille-León Region a Tasty Food World Unto Itself

May 9, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Culturally and politically, Spain is made up of 17 "autonomous communities", and the largest is Castilla y León, stretching north of Madrid nearly to the Bay of Biscay, westward to Portugal, and eastward to Aragón. With deep historic and tradi...Leer más

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