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The mention of Oxford invokes visions of green lawns and candlelit libraries, gliding punts and twinkling spires. Look beyond the butter-toned buildings and boat houses, however, and you’ll discover a vibrant city of contemporary art and dynamic food destinations, all hidden along the historic cobbled streets.
Make like a local with our guide to the Tuscan capital’s best addresses, from a steak restaurant housed in a palazzo wine cellar, to a bakery stalwart offering cookie-making classes.
Whether you visit in the summer when it's light until midnight, or in the winter when the wind nearly picks you off your feet, Edinburgh is such a beautiful city that you can never tire of just walking, perhaps aimlessly, as you drink it all in.
Cool and creative, Bristol is often voted as one of the UK’s best places to live in the UK, and the happiest too. There’s always been a vibrancy and edginess to the place, and although many once-neglected areas are fast becoming gentrified, this is a city that will never lose its grit.
Bright, brash and rainbow-striped, the seaside playground of Brighton and Hove has been the UK’s bohemian home of hedonism since the 18th century. Beyond the annual Pride parade, its independent spirit manifests in design-forward shops and hotels, sustainable restaurants and locals who are as welcoming as they are creative. Here, they let us in on the city’s best hangouts.
This valley town on Austria’s German border is a gold mine for wellness, outdoor activities and delicious local produce, providing an ideal catch-them-all getaway for time-poor urbanites looking to escape the city sprawl.
“You have to be a certain type of boring if you don’t enjoy the entertainment capital of the world.” Get ready to party, Las Vegas style.
The Viennese know a good thing when they see it. Find out where to stay, eat and shop in this ever-evolving city that is a perfect harmony of old and new.