One hour west of Copenhagen lies an 800-year-old castle where history and gastronomy meet in equal measure, exemplifying Denmark’s regional biodiversity. Welcome to Dragsholm Slot.
Writer Hans Christian Anderson was born on the Danish island of Funen, and still today the island’s idyllic setting and famously cosy lifestyle are worthy of a fairytale. Amid this rural bliss lies Falsled Kro, the epitome of a countryside inn.
Located in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, on the discreet Plaça de Sant Felip Neri, Hotel Neri, a historic 18th-century palace, features classic modern design and contemporary art.
At La Côte Saint-Jacques, Jean-Michel Lorain is proving that sustainability can be at the heart of a high-end hotel and dining experience. We visited the chef in Burgundy to get an insight into his ecological commitments and the association he founded.
Between world-class museum collections and gourmet temples, grand boulevards and colourful street cafés, the harmonious beauty of the French capital never fails to inspire.
Tucked under a thick, snowy blanket in Switzerland’s Engadine region lies the wood-clad In Lain Hotel Cadonau, a charming property where family heritage is kept alive.
On the shores of Lake Atitlán, ancient Mayan culture is kept alive in bustling villages lying in the shadow of towering volcanic peaks. Colorful, history-laden and with shimmering lake views all around, Casa Palopó evokes the spirit of Guatemala at every turn.
Ancient fortresses, ultra-modern museums and a scenic clifftop setting: a weekend in Luxembourg City reveals why the Grand-Duchy’s fairytale of a capital is greater than the sum of its parts.
Say Mexico City and most people think overpopulation. Rarely, however, does the name evoke images of vibrant village-like markets and lush urban greenery – but it should. Make sure to dive into the boundless energy of the country’s bustling capital first.