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318 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

Stockholm’s underground subway art

Running 110km underground is the world’s longest art exhibition, with pieces by 150 artists in more than 90 of the city’s 100 stations.
11 July 2012


The Passport blog

A festival of childhood imagination

Figment, a grassroots participatory art festival, is touring the United States until October, bringing child-like wonder to Detroit, Boston, Washington DC and Pittsburgh.
Read more… 10 July 2012


Make art not war in South Korea

Only 6km from the North Korea border is the Heyri Art Village, a bohemian cultural centre that exhibits works from some of the finest artists and architects, in Korea and abroad.
Read more… 10 July 2012


Europe’s most amazing fountains

These works of art incorporate both function and fantasy by manipulating the most basic of life forces -- water and gravity -- with emotionally moving results.
05 July 2012


The Passport blog

A festival of Olympic wordsmiths

The Poetry Parnassus, part of the Southbank Centre's Festival of the World, is aiming to become the biggest poetry festival ever held in the UK.
Read more… 26 June 2012


The Passport blog

An urban oasis off the coast of New York City

A five minute boat ride from Manhattan, Governors Island is a perfect retreat from the city’s heat, with several family-friendly and artistic activities running throughout the summer.
Read more… 20 June 2012


Canada’s most beautifully built city

Québec City, the capital of French-speaking Canada, is full of European architecture that remains untouched by time.
Read more… 07 June 2012


Worldwide Weird

International Yarn Bombing Day

The world will be covered in string this Saturday (9 June) as ambitious knitters cover public structures such as benches, pay stations or trees in crocheted patterns.
Read more… 05 June 2012


The Passport blog

Broadway on a budget

Use these tricks of the trade to save a bundle on theatre tickets during your next trip to New York.
Read more… 04 June 2012


Madrid’s art, beyond the ‘Golden Triangle’

The Spanish capital’s art scene is far greater than its three renowned museums, with creativity thriving in the shadow of the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
Read more… 31 May 2012


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