While the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, has long lured visionary types to its bohemian neighbourhoods, it’s slipped under the tourist radar for years. Over the past decade, however, a new generation has reignited Tbilisi’s cultural and dining scenes, discovers Joanna Reeves.
Like a giant slab of cake, Rainbow Mountain is striped with shades of lavender, maroon, turquoise and gold that could be straight from bottles of icing colouring. This multicoloured mountain, known as Vinicunca to locals, is a spectacle of shifting colours found in the Peruvian Andes, 100km southeast of Cusco.
The culinary landscape of Havana is shifting. While Cuba is not typically known as a gastronomic destination, a new wave of innovative restaurants are putting the capital on the foodie map for the first time. Words: Joanna Reeves
Semuc Champey is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in Guatemala. While its remote location kept this incredible series of turquoise pools off the tourist path for many years, today it’s a well-known stop on the backpacking trail. No longer Guatemala’s best-kept secret, Semuc Champey still manages to maintain its allure despite its popularity – you can usually find a tranquil corner fairly easily. Words: Joanna Reeves
Matera is the tiny Italian city no one had heard of a year ago. Now it’s stepping into the spotlight as a European Capital of Culture for 2019. Here’s why you should head to Matera this year, says Joanna Reeves.
Surrounded by 20 acres of deer-dotted parkland, this Grade II-listed country house cuts an imposing figure on the crest of a small hill with its golden stone and boxy façade – and its interiors are just as impressive. Words: Joanna Reeves
Booking.com recently published its eight trends likely to shape the travel industry in 2019. Here, Click. asks industry experts to give their views on these predictions for the year ahead. Comment by Joanna Reeves
Old-style coffee houses, secret-recipe pastéis de nata, nostalgic shops and razor-thin houses: a vintage sidecar tour delves into Lisbon’s hidden corners and rich history. Words: Joanna Reeves
With its grand manor-house swag and rolling grounds, this Grade II-listed Arts and Crafts mansion could be plucked straight from a period drama, but behind its honeyed facade lies the charm of a boutique hideaway.