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48 Hours in Hong Kong

48 Hours in Hong Kong

From admiring the soaring skyscrapers to strolling in historic streets, from discovering galleries and unique boutiques to lazing on a junk boat, different things await you every day in Hong Kong. By day follow hiking trails that lead to white sandy beaches, villages on stilts or ancient monasteries, and by…

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48 Hours in Berlin

48 Hours in Berlin

In many ways, Berlin defies description. It has never been the prettiest or most polished European city, and yet it has easily enchanted so many – not just today, but in many generations past. When David Bowie moved to Berlin in the late 1970s to record what would be some…

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48 Hours in New York City.

48 Hours in New York City.

There’s no other city in America more magnificent, luminescent and grandiose than New York City. There’s a bold, ambitious drive that allows groundbreaking ideas and yellow cabs to speed ahead. Nothing seems to faze New Yorkers: not the tight quarters, not the noise pollution, not even the G train ….

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48 Hours in Bangkok

48 Hours in Bangkok

Bangkok – the name explodes off the tongue, filling the mind with steamy images of the Thai capital. Even the most jaded traveler will be humbled by the sheer density and volume of this metropolis; the population is somewhere near 10 million – no one knows precisely. But one thing…

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48 Hours in Toronto

48 Hours in Toronto

Though HUNT Toronto writer Amanda Scriver has traveled the world, Toronto is the only place she calls home. The largest city in Canada, it’s a vibrant place, populated with residents who are huge on supporting local in a big way: you’ll no doubt notice bars and restaurants touting their use…

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48 Hours in Barcelona.

48 Hours in Barcelona.

With shimmering golden sands, pine-scented mountains, 2,000-year-old labyrinthine streets and dazzling Modernista architecture, Barcelona is a whirlwind romance of a city, an irresistible temptress that seduces at every turn. From people-watching and tapas bar-hopping through the old fisherman’s quarter to exploring museums, ateliers and indie stores of the old town,…

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48 Hours in Shanghai

48 Hours in Shanghai

When you think China, you think temples, dumplings, pollution and communism, am I right? Shanghai’s got all that, sure, but it’s also unlike any other Chinese city. It’s not just that it’s the biggest – though it is, with 24 million people – or that it’s home to Shanghai Tower,…

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48 Hours in Rio de Janeiro

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,…

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48 Hours in Rome

48 Hours in Rome

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 odes to antiquity are everywhere. This predilection…

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