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From Russia with leaves

From Russia with leaves

Brace yourself for this year’s hottest new spa craze… twigged it yet?

The traditional Russian banya is a sauna with a difference: the steam is wetter and therefore easier to bear, making it more hydrating and, ultimately, more detoxifying. (more…)

More bush for your buck

More bush for your buck

A new flight route is making independent bush-to-beach holidays more appealing.

Next month, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou’s easyGroup launches low-cost flights across east Africa. (more…)

Titanic at the O2

Titanic at the O2

Eerie recreations of life on board the world’s most famous ship will go on display at London’s O2 arena when Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition opens next month. Visitors will be able to see what life was like on board the world’s largest ship (such as the first class cabin pictured above) before it collided with an iceberg and sank with the loss of more than 1500 lives. (more…)

A new lane for lovers

A new lane for lovers

In the 1960s Paris was at the height of its infatuation with the automobile. So much so that Prime Minister at the time, Georges Pompidou, had dual carriageways constructed alongside both banks of the River Seine so that Hermes-clad motorists could have easy access to the city, while enjoying the view from behind the wheel of a pale-blue Panhard or a red Renault. (more…)

A day at the beach in East London

A day at the beach in East London

This Sunday, writers’ and readers’ retreat Scrivener’s Cove will pop up in East London for A Day at the Beach.

The pop-up takes a literary theme, inviting Londoners to bring a novel and relax on the deck chairs at the beach. (more…)

It’s a manly affair at Sanctum Soho

It’s a manly affair at Sanctum Soho

If you thought that afternoon tea was reserved for ladies who lunch, then think again. From October, a gentlemen’s afternoon tea service will be available at the Sanctum Soho hotel in London. (more…)

Luxury on a budget in Peru

Luxury on a budget in Peru

Eco-friendly South American hotel group Inkaterra is renowned for creating luxury properties that are both aesthetically sophisticated and fully sustainable. However, the pleasure of staying in these unique and authentic environments often comes at a hefty price. (more…)

Antigua’s new waterfront villas

Antigua’s new waterfront villas

Set against the beauty of Nonsuch Bay, five new villas will open in Antigua at the edge of Ayres Creek. The villas cost from as little as ?393 per person for seven nights, based on six people sharing, making them one of the more affordable in the Caribbean. (more…)

A secret spot in the Maldives

A secret spot in the Maldives

Travellers in search of ever whiter sand and ever clearer turquoise seas are heading to the farthest reaches of the Maldives. New airports are making the lesser-known atolls easier to get to, and hot hotels are making the journey all the more worthwhile. (more…)

Otherworldly Orpheus

Otherworldly Orpheus

The Great Barrier Reef is already blessed with more than its fair share of dreamy island hideaways. Bedarra, Qualia, Hayman, among others – these exclusive hot-and-gold-listed resorts, each set on their own island, are more honeymoon idyll than Treasure Island, with smart modern penthouses, private pools, and direct access to some of the most beautiful beachfronts in the world. (more…)

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