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By Freddy Clode | 01 Jun 2022

Discover the mystifying energy of Crete

Like Nokos Kazantzakis hundreds of years before me, I struggle to put into words the mystifying energy and sheer beauty and magnificence of Crete. What I can say is that the Domes resorts have capture... Read More

By Tempus | 31 May 2022

World Bicycle Day: the best European city break destinations for cyclists

This week on 2 June, commuters, racers and cycling enthusiasts across the globe will celebrate World Bicycle Day, a commemoration of all things two-wheeled. Originally launched in 2018 by the Uni... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 30 May 2022

A classé of its own: the wines of Château Malartic-Lagravière

On the outskirts of Bordeaux, among the French wine region’s bucolic sloping hills, the feted Château Malartic-Lagravière is on a mission to reinvigorate the region. Founded at the end of th... Read More

By Tempus | 28 May 2022

An outstanding pedigree: a day at Crufts

Any animal owner will tell you that a pet will be your most loyal companion. In recent years, especially, we have become more in love with man’s best friend than ever before – with a whopp... Read More

By Tempus | 27 May 2022

More than the sum of its parts: Tollgård at London Design Week

Contemporary design duo Staffan and Monique Tollgård first founded their interior design studio 15 years ago and have been at the forefront of inspiring and beautifully crafted homes and spaces... Read More

By Tempus | 26 May 2022

St James’s Hotel & Club partners with life coach Harsha Perera to launch Self-Care Stays

Life coach and author Harsha Perera believes in the power of clarity. There is no doubt that recent years have shown us just how important our mental resilience and self- understanding are, as we... Read More

By Judy Cogan | 25 May 2022

Moroccan magic: how to make memories in Marrakech

What do we really know about this intoxicating and fabled Morrocan city, with labyrinthine souks and ancient rose-red walls? Marrakech has attracted a glittering artsy crowd who sip min... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 24 May 2022

Ode to Joy: Piaget CEO Benjamin Comar on the driving emotion elevating the world of jewellery watches

At this time of year, as watch fairs and showcases return once more to fill our calendars, the world of watches can seem like a who’s-who of horology as brands compete to release the most elabor... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 23 May 2022

The Wealth Report and the digital disruptors shaking things up

Over the past 20 years, digital disruptors have shaken up the 200-year-old wealth management industry. In this year’s Wealth Report, we head to the web to drill down into the Metaverse, NFTs and... Read More

By Tempus | 21 May 2022

How to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee

Since her coronation in June 1953, just over a year after she became Queen, Elizabeth II has been a record-busting monarch in every sense of the word. Not only has the Queen served for a mileston... Read More

By Anya Hindmarch CBE | 20 May 2022

Words to live by: Anya Hindmarch CBE on her rise to fashion stardom

A good scrub with shampoo never fails to make me feel calmer and more confident. This started as a slightly flippant joke, but I think most women understand that if you feel good about yours... Read More

By Tempus | 19 May 2022

How to properly enjoy your Champagne this summer, as told by experts

Outdoor entertaining season has begun and this year, it will be more popular than ever. With a sense of celebration in Britain’s parks and gardens this Spring, it may be time to brush up on some... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 18 May 2022

‘Best kept secrets’ unveiled in new exhibition of rare watches at Design Museum

More than 160 of the world’s finest watches will go on display at London’s Design Museum this week for the first time, ranging from unique limited edition and personalised contemporary mod... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 17 May 2022

The best whiskies to try this World Whisky Day

21 May marks the 2022 edition of World Whisky Day, a celebration of all things Scotch, Bourbon and the rest. And so, if the tried-and-tested tipples of your past have lost their sheen somewhat, why no... Read More

By Teresa Levonian Cole | 16 May 2022

Time well spent: how to make your own watch

With my chin the mandatory fist-height above the work bench, forearms resting on the table, glasses and magnifiers perched on my nose, and bright light focused on the object of my attention, I still s... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 14 May 2022

The sky's the limit: are airships the future of luxury travel?

It’s not 1968 anymore. The Jet Age, while not technically over, no longer ignites our collective imagination in the manner it once did; we have entered an age in which jet travel has become... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 14 May 2022

Above & beyond: hitting the heights of Val-d'Isere

“Come on, going in a straight line isn’t skiing.” As this phrase leaves my guide Fabrice’s mouth, echoing off the walls of the canyon-like Col de l’Iseran, I sheepishly l... Read More

By Tempus | 13 May 2022

New portrait of the Queen unveiled ahead of Platinum Jubilee

With Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II approaching 70 years on the throne, commemorations and celebrations have been scheduled up and down the country, from street parties to special TV programming. But ... Read More