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Tallinn’s story, written in the sky

Spiked with spires, Tallinn’s skyline provides fascinating tales and haunting legends detailing the Estonian capital’s history.
Read more… 12 August 2013


Orchha, a living medieval town

This Indian town wrapped in legends of feudal chivalry and romance packs more history into every square metre than even Agra or Udaipur.
Read more… 08 August 2013


Canada’s creative island escape

A trip to the tranquil Southern Gulf Islands is one of the most popular ways to tap into a chilled-out British Columbia vibe.
Read more… 07 August 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to design in Helsinki

The Finnish capital is where Art Nouveau buildings, centenarian cafes and harbourside heritage meet modern aesthetics.
Read more… 06 August 2013


Localites

Culture meets cuisine in Hong Kong

Several new venues are putting high-quality food and art under one roof.
Read more… 08 July 2013


Moroccan ceramics and the moulding of tradition

Lonely Planet author John Vlahides learns the time-honoured process of pottery making in Fez, a city known for its rich history of craftsmanship.
01 July 2013


Brasilia, a bold experiment in city building

Transformed in just three years from isolated jungle to a modernist dream, Brazil’s capital city is based on architect Oscar Niemeyer’s vision for a classless, new-age world.
28 June 2013


Localites

A Bollywood rendezvous in Mumbai

Hosted by well-known journalist Indu Mirani, The Boss Dialogues is open to anyone who wants an insider perspective on the secretive yet seductive world of the Hindi film industry.
Read more… 28 June 2013


Five artful places to crash

From a mosque-inspired Istanbul bunkhouse to an industrial resort in New York, these design hostels offer far more than just a place to sleep at night.
26 June 2013


Localites

Bard hits the beach in Vancouver

Running daily until 14 September, the annual Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival is a hotly anticipated and rather unique summer tradition.
Read more… 21 June 2013


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