There are 195 sovereign nations in the world and in each of these there is so much to discover from urban to regional stays and a myriad of cultures throughout. We will bring you the best of each destination in our editorials.
If you need to breathe romance back into an ailing relationship, there is nowhere more romantic than Italy’s Cinque Terre, a cluster of five villages on the Ligurian coast.
The smoke rises from the charring wood. I put my feet on the polished concrete hearth to take the clichéd selfie not of bare feet with finely painted toe nails on a sandy beach but of booted feet toasting in front of the burning log fire.
The King George is one of the only two places to stay when you are in Athens, the second is it’s brother property right next door, the Grand Bretagne.
Tweed clad hosts who do it all are the first physical contact one has with the Brimstone if arriving by train.
You don’t need to travel overseas to discover the best of the underwater world, with so many experiences to be had right here in Australia.
‘The Poseidonion, a veritable French chateau, stands out from its commanding position if you arrive by sea.
We have a lot more chance of going to Tasmania soon than to Europe but looks like there’s no need to cross the international dateline because Tassie is offering everything from their own brand of bubbles through to the southern lights and even whisky distilleries.
If you’re heading to Edinburgh’s Waverley Station and you stare up at the magnificent building on the south side of Princes Street and you’re fastidious about punctuality, take a deep breath.
For those able to travel to New York, First Class has put together a guide for a range of distinct tastes. For those of us who have to hold back, New York will be there for us to so we can do our research and savour the wait.
The island of Inchconnachan situated on Loch Lomond whilst not the home of James Bond is very close to a Sky Fall lifestyle.
New Zealand is home to two wellness retreats set in Liam-Hemsworth-style-take-your-breath-away stunning landscapes. Aro-ha and Split Apple Retreat.
While we may not be heading long haul until 2021, there is one destination that is not off limits for overseas travel and that is Tassie.