The Berlin Wall was the symbol of a divided nation, but 25 years on, the wall and other former Soviet sites are now stirring tourist attractions
Famed for fine wools and Genghis Khan, Mongolia is charging ahead, this time on the back of the wealth buried beneath its feet
Nicaragua has long been characterised by social and political strife, but Matt Timms finds the country is making a name for itself as a major hub for ecotourism
Montenegro has long struggled to organise its ailing economy, but thanks to a skyrocketing tourism industry with dynamic healthcare options, the tide may finally be turning in its favour
The biannual fashion showcase comes around once again this September, marking the first of the major four fashion weeks. Since its establishment in 1943 the week-long event has stood fast as a major milestone on the fashion calendar and is still a must-see event for those looking to either tap into the latest trends, or discover the industry’s hottest designers.
The 48-hour party takes place over a star-studded weekend and welcomes some of the world’s coolest acts to perform at over 30 clubs across some of the city’s most distinctive venues, none more so than Tempelhof Airport. Not content with the most talked-about music acts, the festival also features an Art Village, populated by graffiti, comic and graphic artists.
Otherwise referred to as the Chinese Moon Festival, celebrations commence every year when the moon is at its fullest and brightest. The event doubles as a harvest festival and is regarded as an opportunity for families to gather and eat delicious moon cake, which is round to symbolise the reunion of the family. Festivities usually roll on late into the night.
The Paris Autumn Festival invites artists from all corners of the globe, in any number of disciplines, to come and practice their craft in the French capital. Boasting an eclectic programme of events, spanning music, film, dance and performing arts, the festival is a four-month-long celebration of art and a reflection of why France is a hotbed for emerging and established talent.
Younger C-suites and technological advances have put the power of booking in the hands of the traveller
Alpine resorts are famed for their ski seasons, but plentiful summer activities make property here a solid investment
Having recently hosted the Winter Olympics, Sochi is becoming a prime destination for MICE travel. Its central location and diverse facilities are making this unconventional location an outright winner
With direct flights to many intriguing European destinations and all the continent’s key transport hubs, Montenegro Airlines can take you where you want to be
Les Mariannes Wellness Sanctuary, situated in an idyllic Mauritian village, is the perfect place to rejuvenate both mind and body, and recover from the stresses of a hectic, modern life
What started over 50 years ago with careful experimentation and high hopes is now available to patients all over the world – dental implant treatment has reached new heights
Hotel of choice for international sports stars, The Torch Doha gives every guest a true taste of Qatari luxury
Hotel Spiwak Chipichape Cali provides innovation and development in a country of investment opportunities and tourism, finds Karen González
A lesser-known natural gem, the Faroe Islands is beautiful, accessible and full of exciting and quirky options for meetings and incentives packages
Stuttgart is an important industrial centre in Germany, and a well-established tourist destination. It’s no surprise then, that Stuttgart Airport is becoming one of the most modern, well-equipped transportation hubs in Europe
Lively, luscious and full of cultural curiosities, Madrid is the perfect location for a charming meeting or inspiring convention
A sharp and unexpected increase in the number of business class bookings has led some to speculate about the re-emergence of business class-only airlines
In the heart of Europe, Montenegro is the ideal location for medical tourism, and Optimal Day Hospital is the perfect place for expert eye treatment
Gone are the days when the winged hammer and sickle meant old planes, poor food and grumpy stewardesses. Today’s Aeroflot stands up against any global airline, with its excellent safety, modernity and service
Poker is enjoying a surge in popularity, and those in the corporate world are beginning to realise the valuable business lessons contained within
For the children of successful executives, a permanent base for schooling is invaluable. In Sweden’s beautiful Sigtuna, SSHL offers educational excellence for international scholars
As Supercity Aparthotels plans to double its London offering over the next two years, we look at the secret of its success and discover why aparthotels are the accommodation of choice for business travellers
App-led supper clubs offer something new for business travellers hungry for cultural enlightenment. We sent our reporter to put it to the test
Luxury jets, helicopters and boats are an increasingly popular option for travellers sick of the hassle and decreasing standards of commercial travel
Fans praised the football at this summer’s Brazil World Cup, but chronic mismanagement shone a light on a bitter reality: mega events may no longer be a viable model
Iran’s tentative steps back into the geopolitical fold have piqued the curiosity of many. Cyrus Massoudi, a British-born Iranian, went to discover his roots and uncover the true Iran, writes Jules Gray
The Boeing 747 revolutionised commercial flight on its introduction over 40 years ago. But as Matt Timms discovers, the ‘Queen of the Skies’ is fast becoming a relic of aviation history
Gary Connery, professional stuntman, is best known for his portrayal of the Queen, skydiving into the 2012 Olympics. His work takes him all over the globe, diving from cliff tops and treading on unsuspecting crocodiles along the way
Frequent-flyer miles have long been an enjoyable perk for busy business travellers. However, some firms are now starting to claim them as their own. Who is right?
Business travel is becoming increasingly exotic, yet visa processing is still proving difficult in some of the most lucrative destinations
Using a host of devices is often vital to doing the best business possible abroad – XCom Global has a cheap, quick solution
Champions including Djokovic, Murray and Nadal have spent their earnings on property abroad. The price tags on their homes needn’t put off prospective buyers, as there are plenty of affordable ones in the same regions
An attractive, environmentally friendly, hi-tech conference space in the heart of California – the South San Francisco Conference Centre has it all
A new cost-of-living ranking names two African cities as the most expensive places for expats to live, beating supposedly pricey cities like London and Tokyo
Managing grumpy staff and achieving targets are just some of the challenges both business leaders and pharaohs have had to face. John Stein examines what executives can learn from the ancient Egyptian rulers
The classic charm of the open ocean is an ideal backdrop for corporate and incentive events, and is perfected by Silversea’s fleet of luxury ships
A stunning five-star urban retreat at Dublin’s best address, The Westbury Hotel is the obvious choice for discerning business travellers visiting Ireland
Ease and comfort are increasingly important when meeting abroad. In Copenhagen, hotels have cracked the corporate code, as the Danish capital continues to attract more business travellers every year