Tag Archives: culture

The tenants’ voice

According to statistics, around 5.4 million people live in private rental properties across the UK, with the figure set to grow    ... more

Turning the other cheek

The East London Mosque, located on Whitechapel Road, may have been a religious ground which has faced adversity since its first    ... more

The art of anatomy

The human body and its anatomy may have been a source of interest across many fields for thousands of years, from    ... more

A fair share of reading

For the 32nd time this November, the Miami Book Fair aims to take place at the Miami Dade College in downtown Miami,    ... more

Montpellier Credit@destination360

Masters of the Beach

Montpellier, a metropolitan town, and is located in the south of France midway between Spain and Italy only seven kilometres from    ... more

When Berlin takes back the night

For many, Berlin may have an extensive and potentially interesting history, especially regarding the previous century, and this summer may be    ... more

Something to Taco ‘bout

There are many things which Los Angeles, California may be known for, such as Hollywood, it's beaches and the affluent areas    ... more

Travel etiquette

When it comes to international travel, steeping in a foreign culture with customs and traditions different from the ones people are    ... more

Sunbathing on the Seine

For the last fourteen years, the Paris Plages festival has taken place along the banks of the Seine, and for the last    ... more

Die Deutschen wanderer

This year from July 13th to the 16th, the OutDoor trade fair took place for its twenty-second year in Friedrichshafen, south    ... more

Whispering clouds and the supernatural

Benches reimagined as light shows, musical plants and personal light orchestras might become a reality for Bristol. Watershed recently announced its    ... more

Age before science

Scientists may have learned how to reverse human ageing. Researchers from the Salk Institute in the US and the Chinese Academy    ... more

An anniversary of healing and growth

In the South Eastern corner of the Romanian Plain, lies the cultural, financial and political heart of Romania. Bucharest’s breath-taking lakes,    ... more

Ancient history reformed anew

To the North of the Great Lake, and just south of the Kulen Hills, buried deep into tropical Cambodian forests and    ... more

The clean, Scandanavian design blends well into the local town. Credit@ bodo.kommune.no

New age design arrives to Artic shores

A new architecture project completed and unveiled last week is a story of big aspirations, taking chances and self-belief. A small    ... more

Taste the exploration of a country

As the cool winter sets in and the evenings grow darker, cityscapes and their bright lights become synonymous with early festive    ... more

Bright lights and nordic tales

Reykjavik is a city thriving within Iceland’s recent popularity as a travel destination.  The multicultural influences that have become prevalent within    ... more

Legend lights the path

In the city of Eindhoven, Netherlands, one man’s tribute to an artistic icon has illuminating results. Inspired by Dutch painter Vincent    ... more

Global leaders gather on gold coast

For the last few days, eyes have been centred on one destination, as the 9th meeting of global heads of government    ... more

Honorary spotlight for wife and muse

The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art this week aims to unveil their latest blockbuster exhibition. The paintings, sketches and watercolours    ... more

Authentic relaxation in safari nation

Sub-Saharan Africa has become the world’s fastest growing region for wellness tourism in 2014, a new report by SRI’s International Global    ... more

Looking back to the first steps of freedom

This coming weekend marks the 25 year anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s breach and subsequent demolition. The iconic moment in history    ... more

New leaps in preserving historical masterpiece

New light and air-conditioning systems were unveiled last week, installed in the Sistine Chapel, Vatican City to counteract the effect of    ... more

A land of mystery and magic

Beyond the arc of the Carpathian mountain range, past the acres of dense pine forests, in the heart of ancient Romania,    ... more

The witching hour begins

The celebration of Halloween dates as far back as the 10th century. The Gaelic tradition of Samhain brought the vegetable carving    ... more

Lighting the way home

As the sweltering heat of summer ends and just before the heavy monsoon season begins, fall in India may be considered    ... more

Tasting the difference in culture

Impressive skylines, crowded streets and unimaginable variety; these are just three things that may be found in New York City. Home    ... more

Forming history within a valley of beauty

On the 10th October 2014, the Norwegian Nobel committee made history as the youngest ever co-recipient was announced of the 2014    ... more

New leaps in beauty and innovation

At the beginning of this month in Marina Bay Sands in, Singapore, the world’s largest festival and live awards competition was    ... more

A stroll through history and heritage

Texas, the second largest state in the US, may be is recognized as the land of; blue skies, cowboy hats and    ... more

From desert plains to world records

Two hours, two minutes and fifty-seven seconds was all it took for Dennis Kimetto to smash the marathon world record in    ... more

Sustainably eat, pray and love

In Bali, a meeting with Ketut Liyer– the loveable medicine man brought to fame in Eat, Pray, Love- might be seen    ... more

Breath-taking adventure in the white valley

As autumn begins, and the warmer weather starts to fade, a timeless sport begins to resurface. With many looking to the    ... more

Nine nights of life and colour

As the sweltering, humid heat of monsoon season draws to a close, India comes alive with an atmosphere and celebration. The    ... more

A festival of giant proportions

Located within its eastern borders, Catalonia is the autonomous region of Spain that is home to one of the largest metropolitan    ... more

Ancient temple lights up jungle

In the south eastern region of Mexico, lies one of the world’s greatest wonders. Nestled in the flat plains and jungle    ... more

Beauty in equality, on the salt flat plains

Landlocked between seven neighbouring countries, Niger hosts the sweltering, desert plains and stark landscapes expected of a West African country. Named    ... more

The symphony of a city

From its Romanesque, gothic churches, Baroque architecture and crisp alpine landscape;, Salzburg is a city of visual brilliance. Surrounded by the    ... more

Milestone for a surfer’s paradise

Deep into the middle of the Pacific Ocean, lies 8 islands of diverse and breath taking beauty. They are the furthest    ... more

Galloping through native culture

As the dust settles on the great dry-land plains and the sun rises above the colossal mountain ranges, the beauty of    ... more

Award-winning welcome

Dreams of travelling the world, to see new sights and cultures and experience new opportunities are very much a reality in    ... more

A great British tradition

Since it first aired in 2010, The Great British Bake Off has reached its peak of 9.1 million viewers, won a    ... more

Take a stroll into ancient culture

In the far east of Asia, lies a country steeped in rich history, monarchic dynasties, traditional culture and revolutionary architecture. China    ... more

Game on, Gold Coast

The 20th Commonwealth Games finished in style in Glasgow last week, showing the world what Scotland was made of. However half    ... more

Parade through time and beauty

Just off the Indian subcontinent of South East Asia, lies the pearl of the Indian Ocean. A Mecca of biodiversity, the    ... more

The legend lives on

Deep within the expanse of green, beyond the wooded pastures, dwells a legend of English heritage. Sherwood forest is 400 acres    ... more

Dancing through South America

Argentina is the second largest country in South America, and eighth in the world. Its terrain is vast and diverse with    ... more

Snorkels and 100 metres of bog

The last place an athlete in a wet suit, a pair of flippers and a snorkel expects to be competing is    ... more

Drift off under Aurora Borealis

To star gaze, is to look upon a star-clustered fraction of the universe and gain perspective on one’s life. It is    ... more

The friendly city welcomes the world

Currently, the eyes of the world are on Glasgow as it hosts the 20th Commonwealth Games. Nicknamed the friendly city, Glasgow    ... more