Monthly Archives: July 2017

48 Hours in Melbourne
Jul 31st, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Melbourne

Discovering Melbourne’s finest facets requires a little hide-and-seek. Though it doesn’t have the sweeping harbor views of some Australian cities, it is the country’s coffee capital, and there’s a quiet charm that lies in its undercurrent of cool. Brunch is a religion here and the gems in this storied town…

Discover Turkish Berlin

Were it not for the influence of its hundreds of thousands of Turkish residents, Berlin would be a much less interesting place. These immigrants are the largest non-European minority here, and they have left a distinct mark on Kreuzberg in particular. Rub shoulders with them every Tuesday and Friday at…

48 Hours in London
Jul 24th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in London

London is timeless. It might be seen as the land of afternoon tea-drinkers, nibbling on dainty sandwiches and scones, or the land of beer-drinkers enjoying the many pubs as soon as the working day ends, but while these clichés are true, there is so much more. This city offers something…

Sweet Summery Treats
Jul 21st, 2017 Posted by

Sweet Summery Treats

Craving something sweet? We’ve rounded up the best spots for ice cream, gelato, sorbet and sno-bliz from San Francisco to Singapore. Al’s Diner – Shanghai Summer temperatures regularly top 40°C (100°F) in Shanghai. When coupled with the accompanying humidity, it’s all HUNT Shanghai writer Sophie Friedman can do to crawl…

Al Fresco Dining across the U.S.

Summertime is in full swing, which means city-dwellers are spending as much time out of doors as they can handle. Check out our writer’s recommendations on where to dine al fresco in cities all across the U-S-of-A. Anable Basin Sailing Bar & Grill – New York City Summer in New…

48 Hours in Washington, D.C.

Known primarily as a city of politicians and bureaucrats, Washington, D.C. often gets a bad rap. But after living in the US capital for seven years, The HUNT Washington, D.C. writer, Cori Sue Morris, has watched the District grow, and can tell you that everything she loves about the place…

Rio de Janeiro’s (Nearly) Private Beaches

When it comes to beaches in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro, most people make a beeline for one of the big two: Ipanema and Copacabana. When they get there, however, they often find things are seriously overcrowded. Luckily, Rio has more than 40 other beaches to choose from, many* of which…

Melbourne’s Best Brunch Spots.

Brunch fare is practically synonymous with Melbourne, and no matter what the weather looks like outside, cafés fill the minute day breaks. Whether it’s an antioxidant-packed açaí bowl, chili scrambled eggs or breakfast salad, you name it, we’ve got it. At BAWA Café‘s tropical oasis, it’s not surprise to find…

48 Hours in Sydney
Jul 10th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Sydney

Sydney’s dramatic harbor and powerful landmarks – from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge to Bondi Beach – are famous all over the world, but few people are acquainted with the city’s more secretive side. For every busy beach, there’s a hidden cove where you’d be lucky to see…

Europe’s Swankiest Digs

Looking for accommodations can be a slog, especially when you aren’t super familiar with a city. Fortunately, our HUNT writers across the UK and Europe have scoured their towns for the top boutique hotels available and we’ve rounded up our picks from Barcelona to London to Amsterdam. G-Rough – Rome With…

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