It’s goodbye cherry blossoms and hello fall foliage in Kyoto — and we’re smitten with the new season. Spectacular, compelling, and deeply romantic, autumn sees this enchanting city transformed into a sea of amber, scarlet and crimson. It’s also go-time for a tempting calendar of exhibitions, festivals and events perfect for cultural discovery. We’re calling it: autumn is our new favourite time to go to Kyoto!
Spain’s capital may be rich in cultural treasures, but it’s the fabulous food and wine experiences that will leave you wanting more.
It’s late spring, but the weather is miserably cold and wet when our taxi drops us at the end of the one-way street where our apartment is located, close to the Gran Via, one of Madrid’s most iconic avenues. People scurry past, umbrellas held tight and coats buttoned from collar to hem as protection from the inclement weather. We stand, sans umbrella, dripping wet and exhausted after our long flight via Hong Kong. All I want is a hot shower but we can’t seem to decipher the secret code of entry.
Sophisticated and utterly cosmopolitan, Shanghai is one of the most fascinating cities in mainland China. Historic relics aren’t as prominent, but what China’s financial hub lacks in those it makes up for with epicurean cuisine, a robust nightlife, shopping, and splendid sights.
We'll be the first to admit that we've planned a trip after spotting a gorgeous destination on Insta – #relatable. So when Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific shared with us a list of some of the dazzling country's most picturesque spots, we couldn't help but start dreaming of discovering it all for ourselves. Leave it up to the likes of @_lichipan, @apairandaspare and @itchban to get us mentally planning our next getaway…
Here at H4C, we think often the best way to kick off an overseas adventure is to pull up a barstool at a fabulous local bar – bonus points if it's somewhere with a gasp-worthy outlook. Want to take your love to new heights? We've collected ten romantic rooftop bars that are sure to make your next escape one to really remember…
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