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321 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

South Africa’s arty eastern Karoo

In a sparsely inhabited region of baked brown plains and cobalt skies, two neighbouring towns are blessed with a surprisingly large helping of art and culture.
Read more… 07 March 2013


San Francisco’s other bridge shines

On 5 March, the Bay Bridge will be transformed into largest LED light sculpture in the world.
Read more… 05 March 2013


New York City’s hidden museum

A menagerie of collectibles and found objects awaits visitors to this tiny venue in an unassuming Tribeca locale.
Read more… 22 February 2013

Malaga’s coming of age

After decades of favouring the Andalucían cities of Granada, Córdoba and Seville, travellers are starting to realise what they are missing.
Read more… 21 February 2013

Rotterdam, angle by angle

With an architectural landscape that combines modern and experimental elements, Rotterdam’s skyline may not necessarily be pretty – but it is daring.
19 February 2013

Rotterdam's downtown revival

Several building projects are reshaping Rotterdam’s already notable architectural landscape and bringing new life to the Netherlands’ second largest city.
Read more… 19 February 2013

Miami’s strategic street art

In a city where graffiti is illegal, an innovative idea to create a neighbourhood around urban art has turned formerly industrial Wynwood into a hub for hipsters and artists.
19 February 2013


Paris’ art world is in full bloom

Travellers visiting the French capital this winter can make like its spring at an exhibition that unites Delacroix’s flower paintings with contemporary floral sculptures.
Read more… 18 February 2013


Going Dutch in San Francisco

The 350-year-old Johannes Vermeer painting that acted as the muse for Tracy Chevalier’s best-selling novel Girl with a Pearl Earring is charming visitors in the Californian city.
Read more… 18 February 2013

Europe’s unknown Capital of Culture

One of the least-known cities to ever get the accolade, Košice, Slovakia, is capitalising on its extensive artistic and architectural legacy for its 2013 calendar of events.
Read more… 15 February 2013

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