On a recent weekend break to Amsterdam, Daniel Reynolds finds a city that easily shrugs off its somewhat seedy reputation.
On a recent trip to the Far East, Adam Hyman stopped off in Hong Kong for a few days and discovered a city with a vibrant restaurant scene.
After a recent trip to New York, CODE’s Adam Hyman thinks London currently has the edge over the Big Apple but the city still has a buzz like nowhere else.
Move over New York – San Francisco is where it’s at. CODE’s Adam Hyman visited the city by the bay and fell in love with its vibrant, independent dining scene.
The typical visitor to Japan might venture to Tokyo and Kyoto, but fewer will explore the cities of Osaka and Fukuoka. We recommend spending a couple of days in both.
As the country’s capital for more than 1,000 years, Kyoto was also the centre of politics, religion, art, culture and cuisine, and this wonderful history is reflected in its offering to residents and visitors today.
Forget tales of extortionate prices and getting lost on the metro: Tokyo is a city that works. Its residents are polite and helpful, its streets are clean and safe, and there are thousands of restaurants, bars and shops to enjoy.