Style and Travel
The five-star Hotel Savoy offers luxury and style in the heart of Florence. Located on the Piazza della Repubblica, close…
I came to malt whisky late and have been making up for lost time ever since. As a result my top five changes on a weekly basis
Ullapool is always lovely, says Mary Wakefield, but one time of year is particularly special …
With four fine galleries and a sardonic wit reminiscent of old Vienna, Glasgow deserves a second look, says Bruce Anderson
A diver’s guide to Maldives wildlife, by Neill Ghosh
Tropical island life suits Andrew Neil fine – as long as there’s 24-hour news
Jonathan Dimbleby on the charms of a spa in the North Caucasus
The historic towns north-east of Moscow give a beautiful glimpse into the dawn of Russian civilisation, says Peter Phillips
Sophia Martelli on the fine flavours of the Jurassic Coast
Most of the best ciders come from the West Country and Herefordshire these days, but for me the real cider country is Somerset.
Sophia Waugh hymns the unique spirit of her home county
Samantha Kuok Leese takes the other Orient Express
Martin Vander Weyer remembers a remarkable journey through Mongolia
P.J. Clarke’s This new K Street watering hole has an old-time Washington feel which, coupled with its private dining area Side Car, makes it a favourite of lobbyists, journalists and White House staffers.
Peter McKay revisits old haunts in a city that combines power, grandeur – and Old South sleepiness
Andrew Petrie journeys from NYC to DC the old-fashioned way
Easter this year is as late as it can be (24 April), which means Carnival is late, which means that all the restaurateurs, concert-promoters and other public servants have had their winter holiday plans disarranged. Anyone visiting Venice just now will be in constant doubt as to whether their favourite restaurant or shop is open and, if it is, what mood the proprietors will be in.
One day in Venice: a bit like visiting a great restaurant for one canape. But if you only have time for half a dozen paintings, start in the Museo Correr, with Antonello da Messina’s ‘Pietà’.
What makes this great city so thrilling, says Douglas Murray, also makes it heartstoppingly fragile
Harry Mount tracks Roman footsteps in Provence
Let Christopher Howse be your guide through the crooked lanes of Toledo
Jeremy Clarke samples the ultimate in relaxation
Natalie Amos returns in luxury to childhood haunts
Alistair Horne finds Bajans charming, and as warm as their climate
Christian House rediscovers his bike as postmen abandon theirs