This may be the last chance to see the most recent installation by artist Danuta Karsten and a very unique opportunity to get a glimpse of the otherwise inaccessible, spectacular Wolskie Rotundy gasholders buildings in Warsaw. Karsten is a Polish-born contemporary installation artist working in Germany. This exhibition entitled ‘Constant in volatility’ is an awe-inspiring […]
Borough Market. Been there. Camden Market. Done that. While London is plentiful in long-established and historic food markets, many new ones have been springing up in the recent couple of years.
Spanish cities are famous for their astounding architecture and amazing food. Seville is no different. The city is vibrant with colourful azulejo tiles, flamenco culture and lush gardens with orange trees everywhere you look. Here is what to do and where to eat in this wonderful city.
Biarritz is a small resort town on the Western coast of France, once a destination to royalty and the rich glitterati, with its pretty art deco and belle epoque architecture, it has now taken a slight step back out of the limelight.
Canary Wharf is considered to be one of the world’s largest public sculpture parks, hosting regular, curated exhibitions of their own. What was once a deserted urban landscape on the weekends, has now become more alive with cultural initiatives such as the annual Winter Lights Festival and Open Air theatre performances in the summer.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of party island Ibiza, Formentera is a serene, idyllic paradise offering some of the best beaches in Europe. Crystal clear azure water, white sand and a laid back atmosphere make it an ideal destination for a low-key, relaxing holiday.