Not just for people who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community but for all allies and travellers, these books – some fiction, others travelogues and memoirs – shed a ray of light on the queer experience as we journey around the world.
We're shining a light on the places we love and think you'll enjoy too, be it a boutique hotel, third-wave coffee shop or an up-and-coming gallery.
In collaboration with Misela, a favourite brand among Istanbul’s modish crowd, we’ve designed a customisable collection of games that are at once classic and cool. Roll the dice for contemporary nostalgia whether you’re at home or away.
We’ve ventured from the Rocky Mountains to the Bay of Fundy, across snow-capped mountains, prairies and sandy shores to find Canada’s best camping destinations. Go off-grid in the backcountry or bed down in a pre-pitched oTENTik – everyone will be a happy camper.
Featuring the big hitters, such as the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the smaller places, like CIRCLE Contemporary, that don’t quite receive the attention they deserve, here’s our list of the best galleries to visit in Cornwall.
Step off the beaten track in the Balkans, a more affordable, lesser-visited alternative to Western Europe. Taking you from Bulgaria to Bosnia and Herzegovina (via Croatia, and Albania), we’ve picked out the region’s most charming alpine enclaves, under-radar cities and island towns lapped by the Adriatic Sea.
Italy may be known for its sun-drenched beaches and coastal towns, but in the wake of the pandemic, a handful of trailblazing hoteliers are pioneering back-to-nature initiatives, designer collaborations and ultra-private experiences to draw travellers.
Spotlighting rustic-chic seaside shacks and little-known watering holes, we’ve called upon our most discerning Cornish friends to pull together this list of the best independent bars, galleries and restaurants Cornwall has to offer.
Mid-way through creating Vol. 31: The Freedom Issue, lockdown forced us to rethink the process that goes into making the magazine. Rather than shoot our cover photo internally, we handed over creative freedom to our global community of SUITCASE readers. Along with the winning shot, here is a selection of our favourite submissions.
Travel has always been synonymous with escape and The Freedom Issue explores this in myriad ways. Whether the pieces were written before the pandemic or looking back from lockdown, their thoughts on freedom transcend the current moment, and consider the future of travel in this new context.
Deserted beaches, Riga’s thriving art scene, a boggy landscape (better than it sounds, promise) and architectural feats that paint a fascinating picture of the country’s Soviet past make Latvia a must-visit in our books. Here’s a handful of reasons why this Eastern European country it should be on your travel radar.
We’re venturing beyond Portugal’s famous azulejo-clad cities and golden beaches to the rustic-luxe, rural farmhouses where days hiking through Alentejo’s olive groves and supping Douro Valley wine give way to evenings stargazing from farm-to-table restaurants. Yet to discover agritourism? Read on for Portugal’s best farm stays.
We’re scoping out the wild, off-the-map places where you can turn on your out of (at home) office, leave your WhatsApp notifications unchecked and truly immerse yourself in nature. Expect Scandi-style cabins, jungle glamping and eco-friendly lodges. Plan your escape with some of the world’s best off-grid hotels.
Planning a last-minute staycation? We’re checking in to one of these chic cottages – and soon. At the time of writing, each of these design-forward homestays has at least some availability for August and September. Make the most of the UK’s late summer sun with our round-up of the 15 best cottages to book now.
We’re remedying summertime temperatures with a chilled rosé from Provence’s best vineyards, including estates with serious eco-credentials and domaines dotted with contemporary art worthy of a gallery. Forget the lavender fields; this French wine is something oenophiles can really raise a toast to.