A Family-Friendly Guide to India

It might not be the first place that comes to mind when planning a family holiday but India and its colourful culture and illustrious history sits waiting to be discovered by travellers of all ages.

A Christmas Guide to London

‘Tis the Season! Autumn is turning to Winter and with it, our minds turn to our favourite time of year: Christmas. It’s nearly time to pull out the decorations and put on your woolly jumpers. In honour of the festive season, this week we’ve put together our top activities to make the most of London this Winter.

Sustainable Luxury: 8 Eco-Friendly Hotels

For the eco-conscious traveller, it can be a difficult thought fuelling a notoriously environmentally-unfriendly industry. The protection of the planet is front of mind for more people than ever before and with that, comes the rise of accommodation boasting clean, green credentials. This week The Edit brings you destinations that prove style and sustainability can go hand in hand.

Michelin Goes Country

Today’s metropolitan cities are saturated with Michelin-starred restaurants. Their prominence and infallible quality creates a self-reinforcing cycle that sees us continuously visiting the same sites. This week, however, The Edit explores those undiscovered, rural Michelin diamonds worth visiting on your next countryside tour. They may not have the celebrity reputation, but they will certainly leave you wondering why you hadn’t stopped by sooner.

A Natural Destination

A 21st century travel itinerary needn’t be exclusive to cities and iconic man-made structures. With the insurgence of technology and constant connectivity, a trip dedicated to exploring Mother Nature’s hard work is beneficial in more ways than one. Discover five awe-inspiring natural wonders that have to be seen to be believed.

Pâtisserie Perfection: A Definitive List

Once exclusively synonymous with French and Belgium bakeries, the term pâtisserie has since transcended European shores and brought oh-so-sweet destinations to dessert lovers all over the world. From Paris to Japan and cronuts to eclairs, this is a collection of pâtisseries that far surpass the pinnacle of indulgence.

Reset and Restore: 7 Must-Visit Spas Around the World

Holistic holiday-makers, rejoice! Take a momentary pause from reality and slip away to a place where you can unwind, retune and rejuvenate. The week’s The Edit brings you a collection of luxury locations around the world where the spa experience is indisputable and five-star indulgences remain uncompromised.

Designers to Discover

This year’s London Design Fair brought together over five hundred exhibitors from twenty eight countries, presenting their latest creations to their trade peers and the public. The Old Truman Brewery was filled with a plethora of innovative and creative designs across furniture and lighting, created from various textiles and materials, to be viewed and admired by the circa twenty-seven thousand guests that attended this year. This week we explore a few of our favourite designers to keep an eye out for.

A Guide to Stockholm

Often referred to as ‘Beauty on Water’, Stockholm is a vibrant Scandinavian city where old meets new. This unique capital, spread across fourteen islands, has a historic core dating back to the 13th Century, which remains well preserved to this day. Gamla Stan – the Old Town – is renowned for its narrow, winding, cobblestone streets and snug restaurants, all within close distance to the Royal Palace.

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