Monthly Archives: April 2017

48 Hours in Rio de Janeiro

  Rio’s locals call their beloved home Cidade Maravilhosa – the Marvelous City. If that sounds a little boastful then wait until you get here; you’ll soon see it isn’t an idle claim. Rio cast its spell over The HUNT Rio de Janeiro writer, Tom Le Mesurier, in stages. First,…

Swankiest Cocktail Bars in The UK and Europe

It’s Friday night! Whether you’re heading out for a sophisticated post-work drink or are celebrating the weekend, here are the spots around the UK and Europe that should be on your must-try cocktail list. Starting off in Barcelona, let’s get one thing cleraed up: it’s a common misconception that sangria…

Rainy Day Hideaways in Paris

This may come as a surprise, but Paris actually gets more rain than London, despite the latter’s reputation for gray skies and drizzle. Unfortunately, this means that you shouldn’t be shocked during the summer when the clouds roll in and your carefully curated Parisian picnic has to move indoors. Luckily,…

48 Hours in Rome
Apr 24th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Rome

View from Gianicolo. Image by Sara White.[/caption] The resplendent capital of one of the world’s most ancient and powerful empires, Rome is truly an eternal city that continues to astound visitors and residents alike with its age-old monuments, artistic achievements and alluring lifestyle. It is literally built on layers, and…

Eco-Friendly Everything, No Matter Your Destination

    Though Earth Day is this weekend, sustainability is not just something to celebrate on one day – it’s a lifestyle that extends way beyond remembering to separate plastic from paper when taking the recycling out to the curb. When traveling, be sure to check out these makers, kitchens…

Quintessential NYC Nosh

New York City is renowned for a lot of things, but food might be the most important. Sure, you can grab a bagel, slice and cuppa cawffee, on nearly every block, but if you’re looking for the best in can’t-miss NYC eats, then swing by these suggestions, whether you’re looking…

48 Hours in Boston
Apr 17th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Boston

  No matter if you’re running in the Boston Marathon, cheering someone on, or visiting the Massachusetts capital for the first or fiftieth time, this American city is as close as you can get to Europe without flying overseas. It’s an insanely clean, breathtakingly gorgeous place where cobblestone streets, gas-lit…

Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Whether you’re observing Lenten traditions this Good Friday, prescribe to a pescatarian diet or are simply craving a dose of Omega 3, The HUNT Guides can help you figure out where to eat, no matter where you may be. Barcelona Though La Cova Fumada is rumored to be where Barcelona’s…

The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

If you’re anything like the team at The HUNT Guides, when you go on vacation, you don’t spend much time in your hotel room – there’s just too much to see, do and taste! That said, there are few things better than retiring to your room after a long day…

48 Hours in Singapore
Apr 11th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Singapore

There’s a time when every city comes of age, and for Singapore, that time is right now. You may have heard of its strict reputation, but the Singapore we know is more than just a clean, safe city-state; it’s friendly, vibrant and delightfully multi-faceted. A rich melting pot of people,…

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