It’s one of Portugal’s most beautiful cities, full of life, culture and of course… food and drink. I headed to Porto last month for a long weekend with some friends and revellers, and just had to take the chance to jot down some of my must-see/do/eat/drink suggestions.
After a G&T Weekend spent in a luxe Icelandic lodge, complete with Northern Lights sightings and fireworks on New Year’s Eve, a private Golden Circle tour, and a visit to the Blue Lagoon, G headed to Reykjavik with Freya McOmish from Scandinavia Standard.
Miami’s natural state of palm trees, Bougainvillea, azure-coloured water with white sand beaches is made even more beautiful juxtaposed against Art Deco and Modernist buildings. Add in a world-class nightlife, incredible restaurants and a distinct art scene, and you’ve got the ideal long weekend destination (or longer, if you can handle it…). These are the hot spots I tried and tested, just for you, dear reveller…
San Sebastián has slowly become one of the food capitals of Europe. It has the most Michelin starred restaurants in the surrounding area, but first and foremost it is also known for it's pintxos. San Sebastián has so many options for foodie delights, so it can get quite overwhelming if you don’t know where to go. I’ve put together my picks for the best little bars in San Sebastian.