Travel to the enchanted harbors of Capri, and as you walk the Belvedere of Tragara’s villa-lined promenade, you’ll quickly see why the island has fascinated and inspired artists (such as John Singer Sargent) for centuries.
But the panoramic views and imperial Roman ruins aren’t all you’ll find on Capri’s mesmerizing shores. Take along a good walking map, and you’ll discover the island’s lush flora, the high fashion street Via Camarelle, and Via Botteghe’s grocery stores, boutiques, and wine shops.Details
Here are just a few ways you can pass your layover hours with new discoveries, leisure-friendly accommodations, and seriously good food. You won’t even care that you’re not in the air.Details
A true renaissance of possibility is alive and well on the legendary streets of London’s East End. Forever transformed by trendsetting artists, designers, chefs, and hoteliers, East End’s distinctive offerings are sure to alter forever how you remember London—and for the better!
Hotels Visitors hoping for a stay in East End will be pleased to choose from a few unique experiences: the ultra-exclusive, members-only Shoreditch House and Town Hall Hotel and Apartments, the transformed Edwardian town hall now complete with fine-dining and art galleries. For the glamorous traveler, Shoreditch offers a lush rooftop pool, private balconies, rainforest showers, a bowling alley, the on-site Cowshed Spa. Be warned, though—these hip digs come with a no-suit policy to maintain its savoir-fare atmosphere.Details
Looking to make an African safari your next journey? Then be sure to read this interview one of our dear friend, photographer and videographer and co-owner of Outdoor Video & Photographic, Naomi Estment. In this interview, Naomi shares her tips for an optimal safari experience including where to stay, peak travel times, and even tips to help you capture…Details
The majesty of London’s historic gardens is rivaled only by their royal surroundings. Horticulture enthusiasts and history buffs alike will be thrilled to tour any of these renowned estates, surrounded by the manicured lawns that inspired royalty, Shakespeare, and travelers from around the world.
Eaton Square This residential garden square in London’s Belgravia district is bordered by Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace, and Hyde Park. Arranged around six private gardens, the gorgeous buildings show off iconic style with their stucco facades, pillars, and balconies. Eaton Square’s architecture isn’t the only historical trademark of these lush gardens—it also has royal connections, quite literally! The famed Kings Road runs right through the heart of Eaton Square, connecting Buckingham Palace to Hampton court.Details