Each year, from Europe to Ghana and Japan, lovers flock to the tiny Danish island of Ærø to get married. What makes Ærøskøbing the most romantic town you’ve never heard of?
Produced by award-winning writers and photographers, these globe-trotting stories of intrigue and adventure are coupled with opinion and trend-forecasting pieces designed to keep you up to speed with all things travel.
Does the wellness industry’s growing ubiquity spell an end for the staid concept of the spa in urban environments?
What does it really take to feel healthy in our era of “self-care” overload? To celebrate the launch of Volume 30: The Health Issue, we invited readers and wellness insiders to join us at Bamford Wellness Spa in order to answer this very question.
Wellness is a buzzword that has infiltrated city living – you no longer need to fly to India or traipse around Venice Beach.
In our uncertain, data-driven world, millennials need a guiding star when it comes to life and travel.
A new-year digestive reboot at the original home of intermittent fasting, Austria’s FX Mayr clinic.
Think pilgrimage, think Chaucer? Think again. The term is laden with religious connotations but the humble act of pilgrimage is having a renaissance, particularly among those looking for a spiritual awakening, but on their own terms.
Tackling the millennial brag of burnout with a week-long detox at the Swiss retreat Clinique La Prairie.
Visiting the country’s Orthodox Christian churches carved into cliff faces soaring more than 2,000m above sea level is an epiphanic experience – even for a non-believer.
In the Serengeti’s all-female Dunia Camp, 16 women are pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a woman in Africa.
Beyond the tourist trail, Turkey’s otherworldly region harbours untouched villages, nomadic tribes and well-hidden ancient treasures. Here’s how to find them
What and where we eat is a politically radical act. Travelling between Bogota and Cartagena, we meet Colombian entrepreneurs leading a sustainable dining revolution, and find that the crossover between food and peace extends way beyond the plate.
Part European, part Middle Eastern; part Greek, part Turkish, Cyprus’s capital is scarred by half a century political and ethnic division. Yet amid stop-start peace talks, we venture across the Green Line and find that there’s more that unites these two communities than separates them.
As part of a three-year journey across the world, two cookbook authors travel through the southern states of the US - from New York, across Texas, to California - in search of America's grandmas who put the "home" in home-cooking.