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Jessica Braithwaite gets whisked away to a land where the air is cold but the wine is hot amid Germany's traditional Christmas markets. The Christmas markets of Germany are pockets of joy where you can sense the season and delight in the beauty of a winter

Dishes you just can't miss out on. A country is defined by its people, its culture and its iconic dishes. No matter where you’re going or what you’re doing, food is a staple of life. Often the days are marked by the fabulous food you’ve sampled or

The best of both worlds in Innsbruck Whether you’re attracted by its old-world cosmopolitanism or the bracing mountain air, Austria’s Capital of the Alps is a fascinating destination in any season. Skiers are spoilt with the nine surrounding snowfields of Olympia SkiWorld, while summer brings a whole

Four hundred candles light La Sponda in the evenings, but it is the cliff-side restaurant’s Michelin star that is its brightest achievement. Chef Matteo Temperini creates traditional Mediterranean cuisine that seamlessly becomes a feature of the magical atmosphere that unfolds before you. Expect a reinvention of traditional

The magnificent Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat – an icon of the French Riviera for over 100 years – is now under the management of the Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts. The grand property, which sits on the tranquil peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and is surrounded by over seven

It is impossible to have ‘done’ Europe. Its varied landscapes, cultures and monuments provide endless opportunities to explore and find your own hidden gems beyond the ‘lions’ that visitors flock to see. Some of these you’ll have to search for, going far beyond the beaten path;

The European Alps and Dolomites contain huge amounts of incredible freeride terrain, and working out where to try for your next trip can be somewhat mind-boggling, especially when trying to coordinate dates with friends and family. To help make things a little easier, here's a list

48 hours is hardly long enough to explore the 70 islands, 60 miles of canals and 1000 bridges that make up Amsterdam. Nick Constance gives it a whirl. Until recently Amsterdam used to be known as a hotbed of sin, but not any more. A whole

SIGNATURE FAVOURITES: In the lead up - and in the wake of - the recent Olympics in London, this iconic city has been reinvigorated with a stunning array of new luxury hotel offerings. Here are some of our favourites. [slider][slide link=""]https://www.signatureluxurytravel.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ImageGen-1.jpg[/slide][slide link=""]https://www.signatureluxurytravel.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ImageGen-2.jpg[/slide][slide link=""]https://www.signatureluxurytravel.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ImageGen-3.jpg[/slide][slide link=""]https://www.signatureluxurytravel.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ImageGen-4.jpg[/slide][slide link=""]https://www.signatureluxurytravel.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ImageGen.jpg[/slide][/slider] The Ham Yard This

Retaining its crown as the best hotel in town, the Grand Hotel de Bordeaux is the perfect place for any discerning traveller, writes Nick Constance. Located in France’s South Western region, the Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa remains the go-to place for any discerning traveller