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Mark the Queen’s 70 years on the throne in sybaritic style at this quartet of the capital’s smartest hotels
Working or on business in the City, Canary Wharf or King’s Cross? Make the most of your midday hour of freedom on these strolls that sample the best of each district’s culture, nature and architecture
The woman whose creative vision helped drive the boutique hotel movement shares her sources of inspiration in the UK capital — its architecture, craftspeople, food and flowers
People still want to hang out together at conferences, but is there a better way to do things?
An ever-shifting canvas for Japan’s world-leading architects, the city is dotted with examples of their mind-bending vision — from stadiums and subway stations to a cake shop and public loos
Leave the car behind for a first-class train journey whose destination is a day of indulgence and exploration on a sustainable estate-cum-pastoral idyll: The Newt in Somerset
The blurring of business travel and leisure — bleisure — is booming in an ‘always-on’ world
Taking on chess hustlers, catching Daniel Craig in ‘Macbeth’ and sampling exquisite Japanese plant-based food: how one of the world’s top chefs is enjoying his adopted hometown right now
In the first of a new FT Globetrotter series on sustainable escapes in and around our destination cities, we sail an hour south of Singapore to a duo of sublime private-island resorts that privilege renewability, the environment and community engagement
FT writers and correspondents reveal their food and drink obsessions — and where to find them in their city. Here, FT Globetrotter’s deputy editor reveals her passion for swirly Scandinavian delights
Often overlooked by visitors, this early-20th-century experiment in urban development — all brightly coloured streets, secret green spaces and traditional trattorias — makes for a fascinating diversion from the centre
The British superchef shares his highlights of the HK food scene, from mooncakes to Michelin stardom — via the best fried chicken in town and creative odes to classic Cantonese cooking
Five pioneering female-led breweries and distilleries making their mark on a traditionally male-dominated industry
Apart from its traditional Cuban coffee shops, the Magic City used to have little to tempt true java connoisseurs. Until now . . .
For the CEO of boutique hospitality group Naumi Hotels, the city-state’s sleek 1930s architecture, vibrant Arab Street and colourful temples all feed his creativity — and its eateries whet his appetite
This buzzing quartier is home to some of the French capital’s coolest cuisine, much of it pioneered by female chefs. Here are six of its most delicious — and daring — restaurants
An FT graphic artist indulges his passion for history with a guide to an attraction that takes you through thousands of years of the UK capital’s past
Companies had scaled back lavish galas amid pandemic restrictions and climate commitments
The people to know in the UK capital who can make your well-loved clothes or accessories as good as new — or even reinvent them . . .
After watching the sun rise at Sacré Coeur, the scion of the eponymous Parisian family bakery — which she has run since the age of 18 — loves exploring the French capital on two wheels until nightfall
While not for the faint-hearted, these cheap cuts, known as ‘il quinto quarto’, are some of the most mouthwatering dishes on the menu in the Eternal City
The FT’s gardening columnist selects just a few of the many glorious green spaces across the capital that are unmissable as they wake up from winter
Step back in time on these historical trails that take in overgrown wartime ruins, incredible feats of Victorian engineering and an ancient stone circle
The global editorial director of Condé Nast Traveller recently relocated to the UK capital — and is discovering its showcases for her homeland’s food at its finest
The capital’s most intriguing alimentari range from London’s oldest Italian deli in Soho to a Willy Wonka-esque gourmet destination — via the place where Mary Berry pops in for burrata