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Womanscape: Putting Equality on the Map

Womanscape: Women Deserve Greater Representation Within Cities

The new breed of feminism spot some light on key issues such as sexual violence and gender discrimination in the workplace. On the other hand, the complex coexistence of male… Read More

Five Spring Destinations for Solo Travelers

Five Spring Destinations for Solo Travelers

Spring, a season of renewal and new beginnings, is finally upon us. The vitality recovered can be a strong catalyst for going solo between March and May. It’s a great chance to discover… Read More

Top 10 Favorite Things to Do This Spring

Top 10 Favorite Things to Do This Spring

Just like Levin in Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, when spring begins, we are “full of the most splendid plans and projects”. Not being able to list them all, here are only a few of our favorite… Read More

(re)Wandering in Milan: Botanik Dreamin’

(re)Wandering in Milan: Botanik Dreamin'

From a late 17th century noble villa located in the dreary outskirts of Milan to a botanical museum of dubious existence. The most surreal of all city walks runs along a 4-lane road hovering… Read More

(re)Wandering in Madrid: Panoramix Trail

(re)Wandering in Madrid: Panoramix Trail

Let the pretty royal landscape inspire painters and artists. You are here for that unexpected view over the concrete jungle. But are you willing to get intoxicated by the decadent charm of poor… Read More

A ‘Radical’ Approach to Urban Exploration

A Radical Approach to Urban Exploration

Ridiculed by conventional city sightseeing and a “tourtainment” made of fake experiences, real urban exploration can still thrive at the individual level with a good dose of creativity and technology.… Read More