Travel

Girls Getaways

If you are planning any girlie getaways for the year ahead, then FOUR has some perfect suggestions to suit every lavish desire…

All fun.No stress.And more importantly, no boys.Girlfriend getaways withBarcelóHotels & Resortscan include anything from bubbles and chocolate on arrival to rejuvenating spa treatments, relaxing yoga overlooking the ocean, a round of golf in the sunshine, wine pairings and brunch. 2017 sees four new girls getaway experiences in top Spanish hot spots; Mallorca,Barcelona,Andalucía, and Jerez: Yoga Retreat |Mallorca In prime...

February 22, 2017

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TwentyFOUR Hours in Rome

The Eternal City never ceases to impress visitors with it’s historic atmosphere, grand cuisine and focus on old world charm.

Rome’s Story Rome needs little in way of an introduction. Founded in 753 B.C. it is now the largest Italian city by population. Rome is an ideal location for a short break or holiday, with no shortage of ruins, monuments and restaurants to explore. Gourmet Tastes At Metamorfosichef Roy Caceres is pushing the boundaries of traditional Roman food. With a Michelin Star and a neo-Italian menu, his restaurant is unique in its ability...

February 17, 2017

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Discerning Penang

How to enjoy Penang to the fullest – from its spicy flavours, complex food ordering system at a hawker centre, culture, habits, weather, right up to its inhabitants’ driving tactics – here’s an insider’s guide by Su Aziz.

Penang is one of Malaysia’s 13 states and is divided in two parts – a large, long piece of land on the north part of the peninsula and an island. This vibrant and thriving tourist destination is a body of contradictions but in a charming way. Staying true to its origins as a busy, flourishing trading port in the 18th century, Penang today is still a port but has blossomed into a 21st century metropolis with a convenient...

February 15, 2017

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A taste of Botswana

Botswana is known as one of the last untouched places in Africa. A land of timeless beauty, it teems with a wide variety of wildlife and for that reason alone, it is not to be missed in an African itinerary.

The glamorous choices of Elizabeth Taylor led her to the village of Kasane along the Chobe River where Richard Burton both proposed and married her in the mid-1970’s. Since then, Botswana has rocketed into the realm of royalty, movie stars, American presidents and the like – all entranced by the majestic serenity of ancient, natural beauties. President Bill Clinton and first lady, Hilary, upon visiting the Chobe National Park, have...

February 13, 2017

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