The French are known for beautifully blending in art and romance into most things they do. Bread, pastries, macaroons, and other delicate sweets are an essential part of food and life here.
From the 19th century onward, afternoon tea had become a fashionable social occasion in Britain – thanks to Anna, the Duchess of Bedford at the time.
Helsinki, the culture capital of Finland, will greet you with design at every turn and corner. Its impeccable presence of design thinking makes it a sought after destination for design enthusiasts.
Breakfasts are an integral part of Turkish culture and the locals take great pride in their culinary heritage. In Istanbul, everyone loves a good spread at the start of the day, that’s for sure!
Moules-frites or mussels with fries is to Belgium what a burger with fries would mean anywhere else in the world. Beyond its status as a local seafood delicacy, it also commands national pride.
No matter how many times you’ve seen it, the sight of the 5th century Parthenon, imperiously rising out of the surrounding chaos of today’s heartless construction, always takes your breath away. And yet, we urge you to go beyond the many antiquated wonders and connect with an Athens that is feisty and full of tucked-away surprises.