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Ready to get wet?

Ready to get wet?

City

Songkran, Thailand’s New Year’s Day festival, is both a Buddhist festival and the world’s biggest water fight More Read More

Mr Wolverine

Mr Wolverine

People

Finnish tracker-photographer Antti Leinonen spent almost 20 years following the elusive wolverine in the Finnish forests. The bonds he made changed the way we see the animal More Read More

The last resort

The last resort

Adventure

France's pupose-built "ski factories" have rarely been described as beautiful. So why did photographer Alastair Philip Wiper fall in love with spooky, ingenious Avoriaz? More Read More

How do you create your own nation?

How do you create your own nation?

City

We ask Romas Lileikis, the president of Užupis, a mini-republic in Vilnius where artists rule and cats have constitutional rights More Read More

How is a cave like outer space?

How is a cave like outer space?

Culture

The European Space Agency is training astronauts by sending them into the depths of Sardinia More Read More

Cod almighty

Cod almighty

Culture

Skrei, the Atlantic cod that spawns in Norway’s Arctic waters, is a sustainably-fished delicacy that supports a way of life in the Lofoten Islands. Little wonder sales around the world are booming More Read More

Five winter adventures

Five winter adventures

Adventure

Whether you want snow, springs or speed this winter, here's our pick of 2014's great escapes More Read More

Five unusual hotels

Five unusual hotels

City

Hotels can be so much more than a room with a bed... We pick five unusual hotels from around our network More Read More

The Iceman cometh

The Iceman cometh

People

Wim Hof is able to withstand deadly sub-zero temperatures by controlling his body’s core temperature. It could have important implications for you and your health More Read More

Urban snowboarding

Urban snowboarding

City

German photographer Lorenz Holder tells us why he doesn’t need mountains for his amazing snowboarding photos More Read More