Tourism

Liverpool, a mythical city December 7, 2013 20:30

Liverpool, a mythical city

Considered an old and not particularly attractive city in Northern England, today Liverpool with now over 100 years under its belt is emerging as [...]
 
Public transport in London: diverse, vital and vibrant August 18, 2013 00:00

Public transport in London: diverse, vital and vibrant

 It is a pillar in the functioning of the city. Over 3 million Londoners use it. Without it, the city would be paralysed. The [...]
 
Vietnam: Asia’s other bussling gateway July 27, 2013 22:54

Vietnam: Asia’s other bussling gateway

    The arrival of more than three million foreign visitors to Vietnam in the first half of 2013 was a real boost for [...]
 
 
A glimpse underneath the Kilt July 14, 2013 20:00

A glimpse underneath the Kilt

   The Kilt is much more than something seen at scenic Scottish folklore shows, and much more than a skirt for men. This garment [...]
 
Belmopán, the hurricane’s daughter July 14, 2013 00:00

Belmopán, the hurricane’s daughter

When talking about Belmopán, the capital of Belize, you can say without a doubt that it is a small and young Central American and [...]
 
The never ending wonders of Guatemala’s Antigua April 1, 2013 01:06

The never ending wonders of Guatemala’s Antigua

Surrounded by volcanoes, a multitude of ancient buildings bear witness to the architectural heritage echoing the colonial past of this great urban museum. . [...]
 
 
The land of the long white cloud March 24, 2013 00:31

The land of the long white cloud

Indigenous Maori people began to populate New Zealand from the 9th Century, bringing with them advanced skills in textiles and house building, sound farming [...]
 
Camden: global and different March 10, 2013 00:02

Camden: global and different

Thousands of people come along to the market in search of items that will take them away from the standard norms. And in their [...]
 
The many faces of Brixton March 10, 2013 00:01

The many faces of Brixton

Immigrants who arrived aboard the Empire Windrush awarded to the area that multicultural aspect that made it famous. Today it is threatened by the [...]
 
 
Hackney, between modernity and crime March 10, 2013 00:00

Hackney, between modernity and crime

Insecurity, crime, unemployment… these are the characteristics of a neighbourhood under the surveillance of more than 1500 security cameras. The rise in housing costs [...]
 
Village Market, the Caribbean brought to life in Brixton December 10, 2012 02:44

Village Market, the Caribbean brought to life in Brixton

Sellers who help customers while dancing, colourful stalls that catch the eye of every passer-by, and a district that wants to wipe out its [...]
 
The core of the Big Apple: The soulful heart of the big City November 26, 2012 12:53

The core of the Big Apple: The soulful heart of the big City

When we think of New York, we are immediately enveloped in a discourse of skyscrapers, bright lights and cosmopolitans. It’s the city that never [...]
 
 
Burkas to bikinis November 11, 2012 23:00

Burkas to bikinis

Roaming around the National Mosque in a burka in Kuala Lumpur I began to feel a similar sensation to what I had just felt [...]
 
A different view of Peckham October 28, 2012 23:46

A different view of Peckham

Around 25,000 people of different geographical, cultural and ethnic origin interact and share social spaces.  The only thing they have in common is a [...]
 
The heart of Bohemia October 8, 2012 04:44

The heart of Bohemia

Down the narrow, cobblestoned back-streets beats the heart of a Bohemian nation. Surviving occupations from the Habsburg Empire to the Nazis, Prague is a [...]
 
 
 

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