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THE BEST TRAVEL APPS

SKIING IN THE DOLOMITES
10 DESTINATIONS FOR 2012
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Contents
RYANAIRMAGAZINE
85–101
TWO-MINUTE GUIDES
Eight countries, 24 cities,
updated every month –
our destination guides are
packed with ideas for your
trip. Plus, see the Ryanair
route map for a choice of
over 160 destinations.
60
10 DESTINATIONS
FOR 2012
Not sure where to head
on your next holiday?
Allow us to offer some
suggestions, from beach
breaks and city lights to
fun with Lego bricks.
43
SEVILLE ON
THE GROUND
Our in-depth guide to the
best places to stay, eat,
drink, dance and sight-see
in this awesome Spanish
city. All you need to start
planning your own trip.
72
TRAVEL APPS TO
CHANGE YOUR WORLD
From the useful to the cool
and quirky, there are so
many travel apps to choose
from. Here’s our pick of the
best and coolest apps to
download ahead of a trip.
66
NEW FACES
The new-look Scottish
National Portrait Gallery is
yet another huge cultural
success for Edinburgh. We
take a closer look at what’s
inside and where else you
should head while in town.
Issue 60
MURCIA
EAT: RINC0N DE PEPE
In the 60s and 70s, if you wanted to
know what Murcian cuisine was like,
you went to the Rincón de Pepe. Since
then many of the traditional dishes it
championed can be found in restaurants
throughout the region but the original is
still as popular as ever. The paparajotes
(a dessert made fromlemon leaves) are
unique to this part of Spain.
34 APOSTELES, TEL: +34 968 212239,
WWW.RESTAURANTERINCONDEPEPE.COM
DRINK: BAR WARHOL
Nobody will be surprised to learn that a
bar named after Andy Warhol is situated
right next to the university and highly
popular with students who want to settle
down for a chat over a drink or three.
25 CALLE VICTORIO
VALENCIA
EAT: LABODEGUILLADELGATO
The clientèle may be young and cool
but they’re not too cool to eat the same
food that their great-grandparents
might have enjoyed when they were
young. That means classic Spanish
comfort food such as crujientes de
queso (fried cheese). Be prepared to
loosen your belt a notch or two.
10 CALLE CATALANS, TEL: +34 963 918235
DRINK: CAFE ELNEGRITO
Asmall, bohemian kind of place, with art
on the walls and alt-rock on the stereo.
On warmnights tables spill out across
the whole of Plaza Negrito.
1 PLAZANEGRITO, TEL: +34 963 914233
STAY: VALENCIAMANSION
There are just three rooms sharing two
ALICANTE
EAT: MESON DE LABRADORES
The name means “the labourers’ bar”
and the kitchen team’s lovingly prepared
patatas pobres (potatoes fried in olive
oil), garlic prawns and montaditos
(messy little sandwiches) are exactly the
kind of thing you’d savour after a hard’s
day work – we imagine!
19 CALLE LABRADORES,
TEL: +34 965 204846
DRINK: LATETERIAWASLALA
Ateteria means a tea shop but this is
definitely not your average tea shop.
It only opens in the evenings and sells
cocktails as well as over 100 diferent teas
in an edgy, salon setting.
7 CALLEARGENSOLA
STAY: HOTELAMERIGO
SPAIN
NUMBER CRUNCHER
330
The number of skyscrapers in Benidorm–
more per capita thananyother cityinthe world
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Murcian cuisine was like,
the Rincón de Pepe. Since
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can be found in restaurants
he region but the original is
ar as ever. The paparajotes
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URRANTERINNCOND DEPEPE.COM
WARHOL
be surprised to learn that a
fter Andy Warhol is situated
the university and highly
students who want to settle
hat over a drink or three.
TORRIO
ALICANTE
EAT: MESON DE LABRADORES
The name means “the labourers’ bar”
and the kitchen team’s lovingly prepared
patatas pobres (potatoes fried in olive s
oil), garlic prawns and montaditos
(messy little sandwiches) are exactly the
kind of thing you’d savour after a hard’s
day work – we imagine!
19 CALLE LABRADORES,
TEL: +34 965 204846
DRINK: LATETERIAWASLALA
Ateteria means a tea shop but this is
definitely not your average tea shop.
It only opens in the evenings and sells
cocktails as well as over 100 diferent teas f
in an edgy, salon setting.
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STAY: STAY: HOTELAMERIGO
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TRIESTE
EAT: OSTERIA ISTRIA
One of Trieste’s best os
informal, rustic restau
delicious home-cooke
Try mouth-watering st
with polenta dishes fo
mains such as pumpki
and sardines fried in b
6 RIVA GRUMULA, TEL: +
DRINK: BIRE
Visit this artisan brewe
or jug of excellent loca
small menu. Situated a
seafront, its high ceilin
benches and old-fashi
all create a warmatmo
2B RIVA GRUMULA, TEL:
WWW.BIRE.IT
STAY: HOTELVIS AVI
There are regular art e
lobby of this boutique
whose minimalist glas
design and Le Corbusi
it a stylish retreat. Tuc
Piazza Unità d’Italia, it
all come with an Illy co
standard. Doubles from
1 PIAZZA DELLO SQUERO
040 760 0011 WWWHOT
BOLOGNA
EAT: TRATTORIABATTIBECCO
Bologna is a city known for its appetite,
and this upmarket, creative restaurant
serves up plenty of rich dishes, from
braised suckling pig fillet to tender lamb
chops in pistachio crust. Check out the
selection of fish dishes, too.
4VIABATTIBECCO, TEL: +39 051 223298,
WWW.BATTIBECCO.COM
DRINK: GAMBERINI
Where better to drink your afternoon
cofee or early-evening tipple than at this
100-year-old café, whose chandeliers and
marble counter tops whisk you back to the
old world. Colourful pastries are on ofer.
12VIAUGOBASSI, TEL: +39 051 296 0467,
WWW.GAMBERINI.EU
STAY: HOTELTOURING
This family-run hotel in the historic
centre (pictured) ofers a choice of
Classic or Gold rooms, the latter having
recently been given a chic makeover with
fine fabrics, flatscreen TVs and balconies
that ofer views over the city. You can also
eye up the panorama fromthe rooftop
jacuzzi. Doubles from€89.
1-2VIADE’ MATTUIANI, TEL: +39 051 584305,
HTTP://HOTELTOURING.IT
PALERMO
EAT: LA CANBUSA
Freshly grilled swordfish, bream and
snapper await at this friendly fish
restaurant near the marina. In the
centre of the room is a wooden boat
which looks as though it might sink
due to the heavy antipasti cargo of
oily sardines, olives, artichokes and
sundried tomatoes.
16 PIAZZA MARINA, TEL: +39 091 584574,
WWW.LACAMBUSA.IT
DRINK: GRANDE ALBERGO SOLE
You don’t need to be a guest at this
luxury hotel to enjoy the fantastic views
fromthe rooftop bar (pictured), which
overlooks Piazza Pretoria. Head here
in the early evening for an aperitif and
watch the sun go down over the city’s
patchwork of domes and rooftops.
291 CORSOVITTORIO EMANUELE,
TEL: +39 091 604 1111,
WWW.GRANDEALBERGOSOLE.IT
STAY: MASSIMO PLAZA HOTEL
Looking out over the landmark Teatro
Massimo, this elegantly decorated hotel
has rooms that feature parquet floors
and warmcolours, as well as mod-cons
like flatscreen TVs and wi-fi.
437 VIA MAQUEDA TEL 39 091 325657
ITALY
NUMBER CRUNCHER
1088
Theyear theUniversityof Bolognawas
founded, makingit theworld’s oldest
FOR OUR FULL ROUTE MAPVISITWWW.RYANAIR.COM
78 THE HIGH LIFE
We check out the Dolomite mountains: a top
ski and snow sports destination where the
food is good and the views are better.
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THE FILE
Fun facts and figures,
including a very
quick quiz. Plus: why
Gwyneth Paltrow and
Rihanna love Sardinia.
17
UNDERCURRENTS
A cycle race in Malta,
roaring flames in
Spain, top dogs in
Birmingham and
much more.
23
TECH TALK
We check out cool
new travel gadgets
to help you beat
everything from jetlag
to burglars.
32
BEDROOMS
Stay at a gorgeous
castle and you can
live like a royal without
going to all the hassle
of marrying one.
27
FASHION FLASH
Until the spring thaw
is here, lads can wrap
up warm in some of
the season’s stylish
men’s winter wear.
35
FORK IT
We’ve been “Russian
around” finding
Europe’s best Russian
restaurants. Geddit?!
Hilarious, we know.
29
YOU BEAUTY
Keep your skin soft
with these moisturising
goodies, including an
Elizabeth Arden set to
buy onboard today.
36
FIRST ORDERS
Vodka fans, this one’s
for you. We’ve found
the best spots to
drink vodka in – from
Krakow to Cyprus.
The Shortlists
Comment
39
WHERE I’VE BEEN
Actor Dev Patel on
holidaying in Italy
with Freida Pinto and
why he’s become
obsessed with Ikea.
41
SOMETHING
TO DECLARE
Comedian and TV
presenter Danny
Robins has a
competitive streak.
Issue 60
EDITORIAL
EDITOR
Ramsay Short
RAMSAY.SHORT
@INK-GLOBAL.COM
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Sophy Grimshaw
SUB EDITORS
James Williams,
Julie Alpine
CONTRIBUTING EDITORS
Lucille Howe,
Mike Peake
Sejal Sukhadwala,
Susi Weaser,
EDITORIAL INTERN
Edward Randell
ADVERTISING
ADVERTISING MANAGER
Pär Svälas
TEL: +44 (0)20 7613 6964
SENIOR SALES EXECUTIVES
Andy Gibson, Chris
Davies, Andy Meader,
Christian Catulusi
DESIGN
ART DIRECTOR
Mat Wiggins
PICTURE EDITOR
Patrick Llewellyn
PRODUCTION
MANAGER
Ana Vazquez
PREPRESS
Rob Bidwell
LOGISTICS
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WEBSITE
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Jeffrey O’Rourke
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Hugh Godsal
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MADLIST
Need some extra cash
to spend on your hols?
Why not dress up as
a human statue and
watch the euros role in!
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TO KICK OFF THE NEW YEAR RYANAIR ANNOUNCED it would open its
50th base at Paphos (Cyprus’s third largest city) in April 2012. Ryanair now
flies over 1,400 routes to/from over 160 destinations across Europe and
you are one of 80 million passengers who will fly on one of our more than
300 aircraft this year.
To deliver this growth and our popular lowest fares, Ryanair will create
over 1,000 new jobs in 2012 for pilots, cabin crew, engineers and sales/
marketing people, as Ryanair’s fleet will grow from 270 to 305 aircraft,
which will be based throughout Europe. If you are interested in applying for
a career with Europe’s largest and the world’s favourite airline, Ryanair, you
can obtain further information about these 1,000 new jobs on Ryanair’s
website at www.ryanair.com/ie/careers/job.
A recent Ryanair passenger survey showed 75% of passengers bring
high-priced gadgets on holiday and 98% don’t have them adequately insured.
Ryanair now ofers Travel Insurance Plus which, from just €5, delivers cover
of up to €500 against theft and accidental damage on ‘gadgets’ such as
laptops, smartphones, tablets/iPads, games consoles and much more, for the
duration of your trip. This optional product is now available to our Irish and UK
passengers and will be rolled out across Europe in 2012. For that added peace
of mind that your gadgets are insured, we urge our 80 million passengers to
opt-in for Travel Insurance Plus.
I also want to say a big thank you to everyone who picked up a copy of
the 2012 Ryanair Cabin Crew Charity Calendar, which sold out in weeks! As
always, all proceeds of the calendar went directly to charity and this year your
money, and the eforts of our fantastic Cabin Crew, helped to raise €100,000
to help children born with skin so fragile they are afectionately referred to as
‘Butterfly Children’. Since we published our first calendar, just over five years
ago, our cabin crew have raised €500,000 for charity – we are very proud of
each and every member of our crew.
Finally, I hope you enjoy your flight today, and I guarantee you that in 2012,
just like every other year, you will only find the guaranteed lowest fares and no
fuel surcharges seats at www.ryanair.com.
Best Wishes,
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WELCOME ABOARD
A FEW WORDS FROM RYANAIR’S CHIEF EXEC
Welcome
MICHAEL O’LEARY
Chief Executive
WELCOME ABOARD
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Contributors
2012 – the year of 60, the year to
celebrate! Yes it’s 60 years since the
Queen of the England ascended to
the throne and that means Diamond
Jubilee celebrations throughout the
United Kingdom… Wait, what, um, sorry
that’s the wrong sixtieth celebrations
I am referring to. Nope, indeed it’s us –
Ryanair Magazine – that is celebrating
60 glorious issues this month with a
fantastic, packed-to-the-brim magazine
all for you dear readers!
As well as all our regular event
highlights, travel trivia, destination
guides, hotel, restaurant and bar reviews
we have some incredible stories for you
to ponder during your fight. Read all
about some of Ryanair’s best but more
of the beaten track destinations to visit
for an excellent, alternative break in
2012 (page 60); check out Edinburgh,
Scotland’s capital, and discover this
gorgeous city as a centre of art and
culture with a tour through its new-look,
multi-million pound revamped National
Portrait Gallery on page 66; visit the
incredible Dolomites and Sella Ronda
ski circuit in Italy’s South Tyrol where
you can ski, snow shoe and toboggan
down perfect pistes and eat incredible
mountain cuisine (page 78); and if you
love your travel and love your travel
apps we bring you a grand selection of
our favourite apps (covering Ryanair
destinations) for smartphones that you
simply must not leave home without
(page 72).
But that’s by no means all! Turn to page
43 now to read our guide to one of the
most beautiful and atmospheric cities
in the world, Seville, in Spain’s Andalusia
region. You may in fact be on your way
there now as there’s no better time to
visit than spring. With the massive Easter
celebrations for Semana Santa coming
up, followed swifly by the fabulous Feria
de Abril flled with drinking and dancing,
famenco-style all night. I’ll be there
myself, I’ve got my traditional famenco
outft including heeled boots all ready to
go and with a bit of luck my ryhthmic foot
stamping and vigourous passion will see
me become the next Joaquin Cortes. I
can see it now…
Have a great trip and see you in
Seville!
JAMES MCPHAIL
James has been at the forefront of creative
snowboard photography for over a decade.
You can see some of his images of the mighty
mountains of the Dolomites in Italy in our feature
on page 78, and more of his work at www.
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A Scot now living in London, Brian Logan
is an arts writer for the Guardian and other
publications, and co-runs the Cartoon de Salvo
theatre company. He reveals all about the
new-look Scottish National Portrait Gallery in
Edinburgh on page 66.
CARLENE THOMAS-BAILEY
Tech-loving Carlene rounds up some of the best
travel apps to download on page 72. Her personal
favourite is the app called Paris Bargain Eats:
“It makes finding a wonderful of-the-beaten
track bistro really easy.” She writes for UK titles
including the Observer.
ville!
RAMSAY SHORT
Editor
FLAMENCO PASSION IN SEVILLE
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RITES OF PASSAGE
ST PATRICK’S DAY
IRELAND (AND EVERYWHERE), 17 MARCH
It comes as no surprise that St
Patrick’s Day has been adopted
worldwide as an excuse to wear
green and sip Guinness. It seems
there’s an Irish pub in even the
most remote corners of the globe.
Legend has it that St Patrick
brought Christianity to Ireland,
using the shamrock to explain
the Holy Trinity. And although
17 March has been a feast day in
Ireland since the 17th century, it was
the Americans who kicked of the
parade tradition in Boston in 1737.
One day just isn’t enough any
more, and Dublin hosts a St Patrick’s
Festival 16–19 March, featuring
comedy, music, flm and a monster
parade. Around Europe you can
also catch events in London,
Manchester, Vienna, Lanzarote and
Oslo. Wherever you end up on St
Paddy’s, enjoy the craic!
WWW.STPATRICKSFESTIVAL.IE
FLY TO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BERLIN (SCHÖNEFELD). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
“Any of the
contemporary arts
and cras sold at
33 Rue Majorelle”
WILLEM SMIT,
HOTEL MANAGER
“The leather bags
from the stalls by
the spice market.
They look great
and last years”
NICK WILDE, MUSICIAN
“A pair of beautiful
babouches,
the Moroccan
slippers”
JESSICA BELLIOT,
SHOP OWNER
THE NUMBERS
IMPRESS YOUR TRAVELLING COMPANIONS
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FACTS, FIGURES AND NONSENSE FROM RYANAIR’S DESTINATIONS
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of Marrakesh
YOURSHOUT
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What souvenir
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a wedding
present in
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Approximate
number of islands in
Denmark (excluding
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and Greenland)
Years since the Medina
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THREEOFTHEBEST
PHOTOGRAPHY HOLIDAYS
CREATIVE IN CROATIA
ISTRIA, CROATIA
Explore the Istrian
Peninsula, which you
can reach from Trieste
airport in Italy, or
from Pula and Rijeka
airports in Croatia
from the spring.
Photography tutors
will help you make the
most of sights in the
region, including the
Roman amphitheatre
in Pula. Prices vary,
but a five-day trip in
May costs €1,090,
excluding flights.
WWW.FRUI.CO.UK
FLY TO TRIESTE FROM
FIVE DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING TRAPANI.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
TAKE TO THE HILLS
ANDALUSIA, SPAIN
Get out and about
on the colourful
streets of southern
Spain, where you’ll
be tutored on how
to get the most
out of your SLR
camera. Outstanding
architecture and
mountain village life
will provide plenty of
inspiration for your
pictures. The eight-
day trip costs €847,
excluding flights.
WWW.RESPONSIBLE
TRAVEL.COM
FLY TO MALAGA
FROM 34 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BREMEN.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
ISLAND LIFE
POLLENCA, MALLORCA
Your base is a
townhouse on the
north-west coast of
Mallorca, complete
with a pool and photo
studio. Snap the
town’s traditional
markets and
churches, as well as
the mountains and
coast. The five-day
trip costs €1,758,
excluding flights.
WWW.EYEPHOTOGRAPHIC
WORKSHOPS.COM
FLY TO PALMA
MALLORCA FROM 47
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
AARHUS, EINDHOVEN
AND MILAN (BERGAMO).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
BONAPPETIT
THIS MONTH’S SNACK ATTACK:
BOTIFARRA, SPAIN
Botifarra, also known as butifarra in Catalan,
is yet more proof that Spain is a slave to the
sausage. Barcelona even has a members’ club
called ButiClub dedicated to this beastly, beefy
(or porky) banger. But in Palma, the love afair is
at its most intense. It seems that all restaurants
have the sausage on the menu, that all delis
stock it. Perhaps Palma’s best range of high-end
botifarra is in the gourmet food section on the
second floor of El Corte Inglés (15 Avda. de Jaime
III). Botifarra comes in all shapes and sizes –
white ones, blood ones, ones spiked with garlic,
truf es, eggs, or even rice – and can be eaten
raw, grilled or boiled with beans.
WORDS BY CHRIS BEANLAND
FLY TO PALMA MALLORCA FROM 44 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING CORK, LONDON (STANSTED), MANCHESTER
AND STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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SARDINIA: MORE CELEB GUESTS THAN A WAG’S WEDDING
We’re losing track of the number
of big names who are sunning
themselves on the beaches of the
Italian island of Sardinia; it seems
you can hardly move for celebs these
days. Gwyneth Paltrow and Kylie
Minogue like to hang out here, and
supermodels Heidi Klum and Bar
Refaeli are fans too. We know from
her tweets that Rihanna enjoys a
spot of shoe-shopping in Sardinia,
and fellow pop stars Leona Lewis
and Mika have been known to check
in at the Hotel Cala di Volpe (www.
caladivolpe.com), a five-star hotel
on the impossibly glamorous Costa
Smeralda. So if you’re hopping on a
flight to the capital, Cagliari, make
sure you pack your camera; you
could earn some extra spending
money as a paparazzo.
FLY TO CAGLIARI FROM 11 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
CUNEO AND DÜSSELDORF (WEEZE). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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THE BEST FESTIVALS, EVENTS, PARTIES AND MORE HAPPENING ACROSS THE RYANAIR NETWORK
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VALENCIA, SPAIN
15-19 MAR
LAS FALLAS
Looming large on any pyromaniac’s
calendar, Valencia’s historic Las Fallas
festival lights up the city every spring.
Huge papier-mâché sculptures, ofen
mischievously cartoonish in style, are
spectacularly set ablaze on the night
of the 19th — the feast of St Joseph,
patron saint of carpenters. However,
you’ll be dazzled by a host of freworks,
parades and parties throughout the
fve-day festa.
WWW.FALLASFROMVALENCIA.COM
FLYTO VALENCIA FROM 24 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
IBIZA AND PISA (FLORENCE). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND
8-11 MAR
CRUFTS
The world’s top athletes may be taking to the
track in London this year for the Olympics, but
the world’s canine champions will once more be
strutting their stuf at the Birmingham NEC. Tens
of thousands of dogs will take part in four days
of displays and competitions, culminating in the
Best in Show final. Dog lovers will be able to see
scores of diferent breeds, and pick up all manner
of treats and accessories. Buy a £17 (€20) day
ticket or book in advance for reduced prices.
WWW.CRUFTS.ORG.UK
FLY TO BIRMINGHAM FROM 17
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BYDGOSZCZ,
DERRY AND MALTA (LUQA). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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UNTIL 18 MAR
JOAN MIRÓ: THE LADDER OF ESCAPE
Don’t miss the last chance to see this
blockbuster retrospective at the Joan Miró
Foundation, jointly curated with London’s
Tate Modern. The exhibition explores the
Catalan surrealist’s work and politics through
the Spanish Civil War and the Franco regime.
For a very reasonable €10 admission, you
can see more than 150 Miró pieces lent from
collections around the world, including the
majestic triptychs Fireworks and Blue I, II, III.
The work pictured above is May 1968.
WWW.FUNDACIOMIRO-BCN.ORG
FLY TO BARCELONA (EL PRAT, GIRONA AND REUS)
FROM 41 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING LEEDS BRADFORD,
PORTO AND VENICE (TREVISO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
DUBLIN, IRELAND
16-26 FEB
JAMESON DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL
FILM FESTIVAL
Now in its 10th year, the JDIFF presents more
than 120 films across all the big screens
of central Dublin, showcasing the riches of
international and Irish cinema. Not just a
platform for home-grown talent, the festival
draws star names too – Liam Neeson (pictured)
was among those who walked the red carpet
at last year’s event. And this year, Hollywood
heavyweight Al Pacino will be appearing
at a screening of his Oscar Wilde-inspired
documentary, Wilde Salomé. You can even pick
up a Season Ticket (€195) if you want to get
access to the A-list parties and events.
WWW.JDIFF.COM
FLY TO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BRISTOL AND LEEDS BRADFORD. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
MALTA
28 MAR-1 APR
TOUR TA’ MALTA
Could you be the one to slip on the coveted red jersey of the Tour Ta’
Malta? This annual cycle race around the island is spread over four days,
with riders covering distances of up to 60km a day. The event may be a
real physical challenge, but you don’t have to be a professional to take part.
Register online for a fee of €50 for foreign competitors or €40 for Maltese
nationals. However, if you prefer to avoid getting saddle-sore, you could
always cheer from the sidelines.
WWW.TOURTAMALTA.COM
FLY TO MALTA (LUQA) FROM 16 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BARI AND EDINBURGH. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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ACROSS BELGIUM
1 MAR-3 APR
ARS MUSICA
A high-profle contemporary classical music festival, Ars Musica
includes about 50 concerts that take place across Belgium. See frst-class
performances from the likes of the Belgian National Orchestra (pictured),
ensemble Le Balcon and Solistes XXI. The majority of the shows take place
in Brussels, but look out for concerts in nearby Antwerp, Bruges, Liège and
Mons too.
WWW.ARSMUSICA.BE
FLY TO BRUSSELS (CHARLEROI) FROM 63 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING ANCONA AND VALLADOLID. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
UNTIL 11 MAR
SKATE ON NATURAL ICE
Make the most of the remainder of the Swedish
winter by skating on natural ice around the
Stockholm area. Whether you want to spend a
fun couple of hours skidding about, or head of
on a long-distance tour, you can book a variety of
skating sessions with a professional guide. Local
companies such as Ice Guide can provide skates,
safety equipment and even a packed lunch.
WWW.ICEGUIDE.SE
FLY TO STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA AND VÄSTERÅS) FROM 27
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BERLIN (SCHÖNEFELD), DUBLIN
AND ROME (CIAMPINO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
TURIN, ITALY
2-11 MAR
CIOCCOLATÒ
Turin is known as the
chocolate capital of Italy, and
in March the Piazza Vittorio
Veneto becomes a mecca for
the sweet-toothed. Last year’s
Cioccolatò festival drew some
half a million visitors, and the
2012 event is expected to be
even bigger. You’ll fnd the
square full of mouth-watering
treats of every shape, size
and colour, with chefs and
master chocolatiers from the
surrounding Piedmont region
on hand for demonstrations
and tastings.
WWW.CIOCCOLA-TO.IT
FLY TO TURIN FROM NINE DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BRINDISI, LONDON (STANSTED)
AND MADRID. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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the Raumabanen railway and
a beautiful sea voyage on the
Hurtigruten coastal express.
Relax and enjoy the experience,
visit the Art Nouveau Centre in
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Flåmsdalen valley.
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Zeo will then devise your
sleep-coaching programme
and send data to your Android
or iPhone/iPod Touch.
€107WWW.MYZEO.CO.UK
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Install this security camera
before you travel, and you
get a picture sent to you if
someone enters your home.
Set-up is easy, the pictures
are sent over wi-fi and the
camera even has night vision,
so you’ll get a full report
regardless of what time of
day it is.
€162 WWW.Y-CAM.COM
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One for those that yearn
for PSP-style gaming rather
than today’s touchscreen
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recognised automatically via
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in true old-school style.
€60WWW.AMAZON.COM
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With space for 300 HD
movies, this 500GB portable
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capability allows you to
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tablets or phones.
€191WWW.SEAGATE.COM
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Using the internet on
your phone when abroad
generally costs megabucks.
Instead, power up this tiny
wi-fi router, giving you fast,
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have to do in return is share
a bit of your home wi-fi with
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LAST OF THE MEN’S WINTER WEAR
We may be booking flights for our summer
holidays, but for many of us there’s still the last
of the winter weather yet to come. It’s the time
of year to hit the final ski resort music festivals
and embrace the last blast of winter before the
season thaws out.
The good news for guys is that gents have
never been better catered for when it comes
to fashion for the chillier weeks of the year.
Urban Outfitters is among the stores rocking
the ongoing menswear trend for Fair Isle knits
and kitsch Nordic designs. Check out the
tongue-twisting “Humör Duo Snowflake Intarsia
Cardigan” and “Woolrich Snowflake Intarsia
Shawl Sweater”. We love the toggle-fastening
snowflake hoodies too.
Speaking of toggles, we notice that River
Island also has some cool-yet-afordable hooded
sweater jackets with toggle fastening and fleece
linings. Cosy!
A classic pufer jacket is a long-standing cold-
weather favourite of Hollywood types like Josh
Hartnett (pictured). If you want to splash some
cash on your last winter jacket of the season
(treat it as an investment; you can always wear
it again next year), then look to G-Star. For
some years now they’ve been collaborating with
multi-tasking design superstar Marc Newsome,
and this season he brings us a covetable navy
pufer jacket, as well as a reversible body
warmer that can be navy or a vivid orange,
depending on your mood.
If you’re a serious skier or boarder
and don’t want to compromise on
quality kit, you’ll like new Swedish
brand POC. Its stylish body armour
and helmets are designed without
any “gnarly” graphics. We like the
two-tone red and white helmet,
which fits the ongoing colour
blocking trend (ask a girl!).
When all the outdoor-wear
is peeled of you’ll be left with
a T-shirt. We like the new tees
at Quiksilver, and the long-
sleeve letterbox designs from
The North Face. Or why not
make a statement? Try French
Connection’s “I’m the Hottest”. We
think you are!
We rate
this stylish
Humör Duo
Snowfake
Intarsia
Cardigan.
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30ml, €55
Voya is a family owned
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This moisturising face serum is a blend of
organic oils, with nourishing anti-oxidants.
EXPERT TIP No need to overdo it – a few drops
work wonders.
Reader test “It smells lovely and feels
really luxurious to apply.”
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40ml, €17.50
This is all about
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and shields skin from
pollution, cold and
stress, while quenching
it with Avène thermal
spring water and
safflower oil to leave it feeling peachy-soft.
EXPERT TIP Always apply moisturiser after your
skin is still damp from a wash. It’s far less
effective on dry skin.
Reader test “I love this because it’s got
great ingredients but is surprisingly
affordable.”
ERIN MILLSON, CUSTOMER REPRESENTATIVE
ELIZABETH ARDEN 8 HOUR ESSENTIALS
Various, €26
The iconic 8 Hour
range helps you fake
the look of having had
eight hours’ sleep. This
travel exclusive pack
has all bases covered
with a lip-protecting
stick, hand treatment and face cream. Created
by Elizabeth Arden in 1930, its soothing effects
are down to petrolatum, a skin-soothing beta-
hydroxy and vitamin E.
EXPERT TIP Apply as regularly as clockwork!
Reader test “Everyone should own this,
basically! Especially the face cream.”
ANNIE DE SILVA, RESTAURANT MANAGER
Must-have
products
Readers test our picks of the month
MOISTURE SURGE
Your skin has three enemies in
winter months: cold weather,
central heating and low humidity.
All can leave it dry and not at its
best. Try a replenishing moisturiser
to help quench the thirst.
LUCILLE HOWE ON HOW TO GET SOFT SKIN
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The Shortlists
Historical figures
to inspire your
next “human statue”
busking performance
THE SCREAM
OSLO, NORWAY
You’re never too far from a little jetty to stand
on in Oslo. Once there simply shave your head,
add deathly green make-up, cup your face in
your hands and try to look like you’ve stepped
on a jellyfish. Tourists will toss money into your
hat, next to your sign that reads: “My personal
tribute to Oslo artist Edvard Munch.”
FLY TO OSLO (RYGGE AND TORP) FROM 23 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING ROME (CIAMPINO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
FERDINAND MAGELLAN
PORTO, PORTUGAL
There is some debate over whether this famous
16th century explorer was actually born in
Porto or inland a bit, but we think Magellan is
the best costume to don for your human statue
stint in Porto. There’s a satnav brand, a kind of
penguin and even two dwarf galaxies named
after him.
FLY TO PORTO FROM 23 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING DOLE,
MADRID AND PARIS (BEAUVAIS). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
JOHANN MICHAEL HAYDN
SALZBURG, AUSTRIA
As you stand statue-still holding your conductor’s
baton, the tourists will assume you to be Mozart,
the city’s most famous son, so you must correct
them. “Haydn?” they’ll say. “Father of the string
quartet?” Wrong again, you explain. You are, in
fact, his lesser-known brother, who lived here at
the end of the 18th century. No, wait, come back!
FLY TO SALZBURG FROM DUBLIN AND LONDON
(STANSTED). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
CLAUDE CHAPPE
PARIS, FRANCE
Few know his name, but this man now buried
in the Père Lachaise cemetery is remembered
as the world’s first telecoms mogul, having
invented a semaphore system that spanned
the whole of France – think beacon towers with
arms. To get into character, dress like an early
industrialist and look glum: he died miserably
amid allegations of plagiarism.
FLY TO PARIS (BEAUVAIS AND VATRY) FROM 34
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING FARO. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
JEAN PARISOT DE VALETTE
VALLETTA, MALTA
In a drab 16th-century gown and one of those
saggy black cloth hats, you stand at Valletta
harbour, sword in hand. Actually, some armour
may be better – Jean Parisot was the Knight
Hospitaller who commanded the resistance
against the Ottomans at the legendary Siege Of
Malta in 1565. Relive his legendary victory with
sporadic inflammatory remarks about “invaders”.
FLY TO MALTA (LUQA) FROM 16 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BARI, LEEDS BRADFORD AND TRAPANI. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
YVES SAINT LAURENT
MARRAKESH, MOROCCO
The French fashion legend would frequently tear
himself away from Paris to be here, his second
home, and soak up the North African vibes. Pay
your respects to the late icon of haute couture
using nothing more than a pair of spectacles,
a slightly boufant wig and, to save awkward
interrogation, a sign reading: “I am supposed to
be Yves Saint Laurent who had a house here.”
FLY TO MARRAKESH FROM 14 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
PORTO AND VALENCIA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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CHÂTEAU DE PRAY
AMBOISE, FRANCE
A great base for wining and dining
in the Loire Valley, this 13th-
century château has a restaurant
serving Michelin-starred
meals. Climb the tapestry-lined
staircase past suits of armour,
to rooms decked out in antique
furniture but with thoroughly
modern bathrooms. Admire the
landscaped gardens, or drive of
to explore the nearby vineyards.
DOUBLES FROM €145. TEL: +33 (0)2 4757
2367, WWW.CHATEAUDEPRAY.FR
FLY TO TOURS FROM LONDON
(STANSTED), MANCHESTER AND PORTO.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
PARADOR DE CARMONA
CARMONA, SPAIN
Perched on a hilltop, this Moorish
citadel has stunning views over
the plain of the Corbones river,
so it’s worth treating yourself to
a room with a balcony. Once a
crumbling ruin, the restored castle
is now a picture of Andalusian
elegance, with courtyards,
fountains, and a vaulted
restaurant serving local dishes
like spicy spinach casserole. It’s
only 20 minutes from Seville too.
DOUBLES FROM €150. TEL: +34 954
141010, WWW.PARADOR.ES
FLY TO SEVILLE FROM 24 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BOLOGNA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
SCHLOSSHOTEL KRONBERG
KRONBERG, GERMANY
One for serious golfers, this Gothic
palace features an 18-hole course
spread over beautiful parkland.
Built by Empress Victoria, it’s
hosted royalty like Tsar Nicholas
II of Russia and Britain’s Queen
Victoria. Today, it’s a piece of
old-school grandeur just outside
bustling Frankfurt, with opulent
canopy beds, Turner paintings on
the walls and scones at teatime.
DOUBLES FROM €175. TEL: +49 (0)6173
70101, WWW.SCHLOSSHOTEL-KRONBERG.DE
FLY TO FRANKFURT (HAHN) FROM 33
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING DUBLIN, KERRY
AND MALAGA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
CASTELLO DELL’OSCANO
NEAR PERUGIA, ITALY
We’re in fairy-tale territory here.
With its battlements rising out
of the Umbrian hillside, this
castle near Perugia makes a
breathtaking first impression.
Book one of the turret suites
with four-poster beds, or a
room in the adjoining villa. If
the surroundings get you in a
literary mood, you can read for
hours in the gorgeous library or
on the roof terrace.
DOUBLES FROM €125. TEL: +39 075
584371, WWW.OSCANO.COM
FLY TO PERUGIA FROM LONDON
(STANSTED). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
JUST RIGHT FOR SLEEPING BEAUTIES
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DALHOUSIE
CASTLE
NEAR EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND
Afer years of war and siege,
pampering is now the order of the
day at this 13th-century pile, which
houses a hydro-spa with a jet pool and
Turkish bath. Live like a laird in the cosy
tartan-clad rooms and eat in a “dungeon”
restaurant serving grouse and venison.
DOUBLES FROM £99 (€118). TEL: +44 (0)1875 820153,
WWW.DALHOUSIECASTLE.CO.UK
FLY TO EDINBURGH FROM 25 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING FARO AND KRAKÓW.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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NIKITA’S
LONDON, UK
This London favourite (not to be
confused with the Paris restaurant
mentioned above) is sumptuously
decorated in red and gold. Try caviar
with blinis, pirozhki pastries, borsch
soup, Beef Stroganof and golubci
(meat- and rice-filled cabbage rolls).
There’s a vodka bar, where premium
vodkas are served in blocks of ice, and
live music at weekends.
TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A VODKA SHOT, ABOUT
£35 (€42). 65 IFIELD ROAD, TEL: +44 (0)20 7352
6326, WWW.NIKITASRESTAURANT.CO.UK
FLY TO LONDON (GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING DUBLIN. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
ST. PETERSBURG
MANCHESTER, UK
Lively and brightly painted, St.
Petersburg specialises in the
distinctive cuisine of its namesake
city, a combination of Russian
regional dishes with French and
German influences. Try the black and
red caviar, pelmeni (dumplings) with
assorted fillings, and stuffed blinis
sautéed in cream sauce. And don’t
miss the Peter the Great vodka bar.
TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A VODKA SHOT, ABOUT
£30 (€36). 68 SACKVILLE STREET, TEL: +44
(0)161 236 6333, WWW.RUSSIANCUISINE.CO.UK
FLY TO MANCHESTER FROM 10
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING ALICANTE, FARO
AND RZESZÓW. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
BOGUS
BERLIN, GERMANY
Named in memory of a family friend,
this cheap and cheerful restaurant is
decorated with kitsch knick-knacks
and serves up hearty Siberian fare.
Its menu includes caviar on bread,
sturgeon steak baked with creamy
mushrooms and cedar nuts, roasted
moose, and wild boar medallions. On
Sundays there’s an all-you-can-eat
brunch from 10am to 4pm.
TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE,
ABOUT €20. 61 ODERBERGERSTRASSE, TEL: +49
(0)30 4849 5624, WWW.RESTAURANT-BOGUS.DE
FLY TO BERLIN (SCHÖNEFELD) FROM SEVEN
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING EDINBURGH AND
OSLO (RYGGE). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Russian
restaurants
The Foodies’
Column
RUSSIAN REVELS
LONDON, ENGLAND
The latest event to hit
London’s flourishing
underground dining
scene, Russian
Revels was created
by two ambitious
Russian ladies living
in the capital. Food
anthropologist and
blogger Katrina
Kollegaeva (www.
gastronomicalme.
com), together with
Karina Baldry, author of
Russia On A Plate (www.
russiaonaplate.com),
want to “revolutionise
the image of Russian
food by serving light,
luscious and sexy Slavic
dishes at characterful
venues across London”.
Held in secret locations,
with reinterpretations
of pre-revolutionary and
Communist classics,
the events include
Soviet pop art exhibits,
poetry readings and
screenings of black
and white Russian spy
films. Their next events
are the Soviet Manly
Dinner on 25 February,
followed by Russian
Fairy Tales on 6 April.
FLY TO LONDON
(GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
DÜSSELDORF (WEEZE).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Feeling hungry?
Turn to our food
menu on page 118.
SEJAL SUKHADWALA TRAVELS TO THE EAST
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PARIS, FRANCE
Decorated in Slavic style with
gilt-edged mirrors and red drapes,
this long-established Russian cabaret
restaurant is popular with everyone
from celebrities to families. There’s a gypsy
party atmosphere, with Russian singers,
dancers, acrobats and knife-throwers.
Traditional dishes are served with a
modern European accent.
MULTI-COURSE DINNER WITH DRINKS, €220. 6 RUE FAUSTIN
HÉLIE, TEL: +33 (0)1 4504 0433, WWW.NIKITA-RUSSE.COM
FLY TO PARIS (BEAUVAIS AND VATRY) FROM 34
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING FARO, KAUNAS
AND STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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BAR KOHL
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND
Located at 54 George IV
Bridge, this trendy bar with
bare brick walls serves 54
varieties of its own flavoured
vodkas. So why not
experiment with flavours
like parma violet, toasted
marshmallow and black
raspberry. The venue also
runs cocktail masterclasses.
54 GEORGE IV BRIDGE,
TEL: +44 (0)131 225 6936,
WWW.BARKOHL.CO.UK
FLYTO EDINBURGH FROM 25
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING FARO
AND MALAGA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
KOIBAR
PROTARAS, CYPRUS
Surrounded by ponds filled
with koi fish, this glamorous
drinking hole is part of the
Capo Bay Hotel resort. It’s
notable for zen-like calm
during the day, and a buzzy
ambience in the evenings.
Rare vodkas are available
here, plus cocktails like
Watermelon Vodka Shake.
2 LASONOS, PARALIMNI, TEL: +357
23 831101, WWW.CAPOBAY.COM/
EN-GB/RESTAURANT-BARS
FLY TO LARNACA FROM FOUR
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BOLOGNA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
BALTIC BAR & RESTAURANT
LONDON, ENGLAND
Choose from over 60 vodka
varieties all served in chilled
glasses at this elegant
Baltic/Polish themed bar.
Be sure to try Luksusowa
Polish potato vodka,
alongside wheat, spelt and
rye vodkas, and vintage
cocktails from the 1930s.
74 BLACKFRIARS ROAD, TEL:
+44 (0)20 7928 1111, WWW.
BALTICRESTAURANT.CO.UK
FLYTO LONDON (GATWICK,
LUTON AND STANSTED) FROM
OVER 100 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
DUBLIN. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
PAPARAZZI
KRAKÓW, POLAND
Photos of movie stars line
the walls at this café and
cocktail bar, which has
branches in other cities like
Łódz´ and Wrocław. Drinks-
wise, sample fabulous vodka
cocktails like Sopot Sling
(pear vodka, pear purée,
lemon juice, apple juice,
Goldwasser gold-flecked
vodka and cinnamon).
9 MIKOLAJSKA STREET, TEL: +48 12
429 4597, WWW.PAPARAZZI.COM.PL
FLYTO KRAKÓW FROM 23
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING MILAN
(BERGAMO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
The Shortlists
The Drinkers’
Column
VODKA FESTIVAL
TOURS
KRAKÓW, POLAND
These four-hour vodka
tasting sessions take
place on Wednesdays
throughout the year.
Knock back unlimited
shots of diferent Polish
vodkas until 10pm, while
an English-speaking
guide explains the
history of Polish vodka.
After which you’ll get
free entry to the city’s
top nightclubs.
WWW.CRACOWCITYTOURS.PL
FLY TO KRAKÓW FROM 23
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
MADRID. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
REVOLUTION BARS
COCKTAIL
MASTERCLASSES
ACROSS THE UK
Learn the art of vodka
mixology at one of these
90-minute sessions
– ideal for groups and
celebrations – held at
the 64 Revolution bars
across the UK. Shake
and muddle classics like
Cosmopolitan and Long
Island Iced Tea, and join
in games like blindfold
challenges and a “vodka
train” (a domino rally of
vodka shots and mixers).
WWW.REVOLUTION-
BARS.CO.UK
FLYTO 15 UK DESTINATONS.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Feeling thirsty?
For vodka, turn to
page 118.
VODKA WODKA
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
Stocking over 100 vodkas
from around the world and
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“MY MOST RECENT HOLIDAY was to Italy
with Freida [actor Freida Pinto, his girlfriend].
It was beautiful – Rome and Florence. Rome
has lots of tourists. Florence is much quieter.
It was romantic. We did some touristy stuff
like the Colosseum, and did our gladiator
poses! We had a guide to explain everything
to us. We’re little geeks.
“Me and Freida talking schedule is not like
‘Love will bring us together’. No, it’s ‘When can
I fly, and when can you?’ Schedule! You’ve got
to schedule. There’s two options: you either
make it work or let it slide away, relationship-
wise, so you’ve just got to make it work. When
I’m in love, even if I’m trying to be cool about it,
everyone knows that this guy is in love.
“LA is cool. I’m doing a TV show out here
[The Newsroom]. It’s based in a newsroom
and it’s one of the more intellectual pieces I’ve
done, courtesy of Aaron Sorkin, and it’s about
unfolding stories and what happens behind
the scenes in these news studio environments.
“I’ve just got an apartment, which I have to
furnish very quickly. I’m staying here for five
months, so I am the king of Ikea. I am like: just
put me on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, Ikea
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“What do I miss about the UK? Family. I know
it sounds cheesy, but apart from that I can’t
really miss the British weather because this
weather is so much better.
“Where I grew up in London, I would never
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but then when you discover it, you realise you
get a precious morsel of a script for a movie
you can audition for. It’s everything. It’s
quite amazing.
“Acting is a tough gig, but I’ve always wanted
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IN 1887, LUDWIG ZAMENHOF invented the
language of Esperanto. Sounding rather like
a brand of instant coffee, it was intended to
“transcend nationality and foster peace and
international understanding”. Perhaps Snoop
Dogg had the same thing in mind when he
invented his own slightly simpler language
that just involved putting “izzle” on the end
of every word. But where both Ludwig and
the Snizzle Dizzle went wrong is that we
don’t need an international language, we
already have one – sport.
Yes, sport, the second most pleasurable
way to get sweaty and out of breath (the first
being eating a curry while jumping), has a
unique ability to cross national boundaries
and bring people together. To embrace
the sheer life-affirming power of watching
people who are much fitter than you run
around while you eat crisps.
And even if you’re not a sports fan, you
can bond with other non-fans by complaining
about how there’s way too much sport on TV
and you’d much rather be watching Kourtney
and Kim Take New York.
If you are involved in a relationship
where one partner likes sport and the other
doesn’t, good luck, this is the year that’ll
really test your commitment. With Euro 2012
in Poland and Ukraine, and the Olympics in
London, the chances are any holiday you
book this summer will be planned around
either watching or avoiding them.
Of course, there are different levels of
commitment. Will the sport-loving partner
be content with watching a match in a bar in
Spain, or will they want to go one further and
actually be there? Look out for the telltale
signs – them unexpectedly mentioning how
fascinating the architecture is in Wrocław,
that sort of thing.
Personally I’m looking forward to the
football, but I’m really excited about the
Olympics coming to my home town – not
least because I’ve found out just how
much I can rent my flat out to tourists for.
I’m keeping my holiday plans on hold for
now though, just in case the call comes
to represent my nation. OK, I admit this is
unlikely – my highest sporting accolade to
date is a “certificate of effort” for swimming,
aged 10. But we can all dream.
Whether you’re watching, avoiding or even
competing in this sweat-drenched year of
sport, I hope you’ll give it your all. I’ve always
taken inspiration from a line uttered in an
interview by David Beckham, a fitter, wiser
man than me. “I gave it 110% and you can’t
give any more than that.”
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Eye-catching architecture, fery famenco
and the hottest temperatures make
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A CITY THAT SIZZLES
SEVILLE ON THE GROUND
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SEVILLE PUTS THE SPICE INTO SPAIN.
It’s a city with the highest temperatures, one of
the first centres of foot-stomping flamenco, and
home to the fiery temptress Carmen. It’s a busy
metropolis that still makes time for siestas, and
throws week-long parties each year in the name
of the Feria de Abril.
Seville is sexy and self-confident; it prides
itself on ofering you a good time. It’s also a city
in love with tradition. Those vibrant spotted
dresses with ruf es and frills aren’t just there
for the tourists. They’re worn with panache
every year at the Feria, complete with matching
heels and huge flowers pinned to slicked-back
hair. Legs of ham hang from the ceilings, next
to calendars depicting statues of the Virgin
Mary studded with tears. Then Holy Week, or
Semana Santa, sees some of the world’s most
spectacular Catholic processions, with crowds
and incense filling the streets all day and night.
Yet Seville has also opened up to the new of
late, from wasabi-laced tapas to the swirling
Espacio Metropol Parasol, the vast, contemporary
wooden structure on Plaza de la Encarnación.
The Metro is clean and ef cient, but you can
explore the whole city on foot too, zig-zagging
between shops and museums with the odd
pick-me-up of hot chocolate and churros.
Wherever you end up, you can’t miss Seville’s
Cathedral and its latticed tower, La Giralda.
Beneath this landmark, you’ll find horse-drawn
carriages and the entrance to the Santa Cruz
district – home to great tapas and flamenco
bars, small museums and Arabic baths.
To regain a sense of space, stride past the
peacocks in the gardens of the Real Alcázar
and on towards Maria Luisa Park. See the Plaza
de España, then stroll along the banks of the
Guadalquivir river, where ships from the New
World used to return laden with gold.
You may want to take a siesta like the locals,
because eating dinner out is almost impossible
before 8.30pm, and most places aren’t buzzing
until 10pm, while clubs stay open until dawn.
What you’ll love most though is that there’s
nothing half-hearted or lukewarm about life
here. Whatever the time of year and whatever
the weather, this is Seville – and it’s hot.
wooden wonder
Take in the view from the
Espacio Metropol Parasol
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ON THE street
BEYOND FLAMENCO
flamenco flourish
Learn all about the
flamboyant dance at the
Museo del Baile Flamenco
Espacio Metropol Parasol
See the spectacular
Plaza de España
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YOU CAN’T GET FAR IN SEVILLE without
noticing its history of flamenco. The Museo del
Baile Flamenco 1 (www.museoflamenco.
com) takes you through the steps of Seville’s
most famous dance to the soundtrack of
stomping feet. Its rich visual display includes
the costumes of some of flamenco’s most
beguiling stars.
Yet that’s by no means the only culture
to find here, with modern art galleries and
live music on offer throughout the city, not
to mention architecture that spans more
than 1,000 years. A must-see attraction
is the Cathedral of Seville 2 (www.
catedraldesevilla.es), whose elaborate tower,
the Giralda, has become the symbol of the
city. Visible from miles around, this beautiful
landmark used to form the minaret of the
mosque that stood here before the Catholic
Monarchs drove the Moors from southern
Spain. Inside, you’ll find crown jewels, gilded
altars and the resting place (allegedly) of
Christopher Columbus.
If you’re in Andalusia and you can’t reach
the Alhambra palace, then Seville’s Real Alcázar 3 (www.patronato-
alcazarsevilla.es) is the next best thing. Extensive Moorish fountains,
carvings and patios, as well as a few resident peacocks, make it a
refreshing break from the busy streets.
Then there’s the Espacio Metropol Parasol 4 (www.espacio-
metropol.com), the latest addition to the Seville skyline. Disliked by
some for its drab-coloured walkways, there’s no disputing that the
view from the top of this modern monument, which includes shops and
restaurants, is one of the best in the city.
For a look at how life used to be, including costumes and ceramics,
walk though the wide expanses of the Maria Luisa Park to visit the
beautiful Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares de Sevilla 5
(www.museosdeandalucia.es/cultura/museos/MACSE). Drop down
again in scale to appreciate the small but exquisitely formed Casa de
Pilatos 6 (www.fundacionmedinaceli.org/monumentos/pilatos). This
palace showcases the elegance of Seville’s old mansions, with interiors
heavily influenced by Renaissance, gothic and Mudéjar styles. The
fragrant gardens provide respite from the heat.
Travel further back in time to Itálica 7 (www.juntadeandalucia.es/
cultura/museos/CAI) on the outskirts of Seville. Crumbling columns,
coloured mosaics and broad walkways all whisk you back to life in
Roman times. However, for the latest in art and culture check out what’s
on at the Instituto de la Cultura y las Artes 8 (www.icas-sevilla.org),
from theatre performances to photography, music and fashion.
Historic spas
Public bathing using
alternating hot and
cold plunge pools was
a concept embraced
by the Romans and
the Moors. So it’s
them we have to thank
for Seville’s excellent
relaxation options
today. One of the best
baths is the Baños
Árabes, also known
as Aire de Sevilla 9
(www.airedesevilla.
com), tucked away
down one of the
narrowest streets in
the Santa Cruz district.
Its low lights, incense
and sweet, cold apple
tea alone make muscle
tension melt. The
baths are located in
the former mansion
of a viceroy to the
Indies, on a site that
actually used to be a
hammam and Roman
baths before that. Try
the Thousand Shower
steam room, hydro-
massage bath and
saltwater pool before
gearing up for the real
temperature challenge:
the tepidarium at 36˚C,
the calidarium at a
scorching 40˚C and
finally, the frigidarium
at a not-that-cold 16˚C.
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BUDGET OPTIONS ARE PLENTIFUL in Seville,
as long as you book in advance. Hostales
Como Hoteles 10 (www.hostalescomohoteles.
com), for instance, operates on the principle
that hostels should be as hotel-like as possible.
Its branch at Puerta de Jerez has basic but
comfortable en-suite rooms, and a great central
location. Doubles from €54.
For something more special, try the Casa
Romana Hotel Boutique 11 (www.newhotel.
hotelcasaromana.com), which has Roman
columns and a popular rooftop bar. From here,
you’re in easy walking distance of the shopping
action on Calle Sierpes, the Plaza Alameda and
the central buzz of the Cathedral and Santa
Cruz. Room rates include extras like wi-fi and
fluffy white robes. Doubles from €79.
Behind wrought iron gates in a quieter part
of town is Palacio de Villapanés AlmaSevilla
12 (www.almasevilla.com). A rooftop
solarium and underground spa mean it’s fun
to spend time here whatever the season. This
is one of the top places to stay in Seville, so
expect first-class service, a restaurant serving
gourmet versions of traditional dishes, lavish monochrome bathrooms
and plasma TVs. Doubles from €169.
If you have a hire car and don’t mind being out of town, consider
staying at the Parador de Carmona 13 (www.parador.es/es/parador-
de-carmona). Perched on a clifftop, this 14th-century fortress offers
sweeping views across the Andalusian plains, as well as housing
a collection of tapestries and antiques. The restaurant focuses on
seasonal dishes, while the bar has one of the most picturesque
courtyards in the region. Doubles from €130.
The chic EME Catedral Hotel 14 (www.emecatedralhotel.com),
overlooking the Giralda, created a buzz when it appeared on the
Seville scene four years ago. It houses a Michelin-star restaurant, a
contemporary bar that’s always packed, and rooms kitted out with Bang
& Olufsen TVs and state-of-the-art bathrooms. Doubles from €170.
More traditional accommodation can be found at the sumptuous
Doña María Hotel 15 (www.hdmaria.com), also near the Cathedral.
Printed wallpaper and striped velvet sheets decorate the rooms of this
former palace. And as far as rooftop terraces go, not only does the Doña
María have the best view of the Giralda, but it also comes with a small
pool for a reviving dip. Doubles from €117.
Finally, with its exposed brick walls and spacious rooms, the eclectic
Hotel Husa Los Seises 16 (www.hotellosseises.com) is a cool place to
stay. You can even see the remains of Roman mosaics in the basement.
Doubles from €135.
AT THE HOTEL
BARS, SPAS AND ROMAN REMAINS
Cool it
If you’re planning to visit
the city in high summer,
when temperatures hit
40˚C and there’s no
rainfall in sight, you’ll be
glad to find that almost
everything in central
Seville seems to have
been designed with the
aim of keeping people
cool. For instance, on
the streets of Santa
Cruz there are rain
machines spraying
water into the alleyways,
creating a cooling mist
for passers-by.
You can likely rely on
proper air conditioning
in your hotel. But you’ll
also notice many more
traditional design
touches related to
coping with the summer
heat. It’s why you’ll see
so many marble floors
and open courtyards,
with cloisters providing
shade. Not to mention
Seville’s many
fountains.
You may want to
indulge in a siesta – a
sleep to escape the
hottest part of the day
and save your energy
for the evening. In fact,
we recommmend it
whatever the weather or
time of year!
holding court
Bed down at Palacio de
Villapanés AlmaSevilla
Contemporary cool at
EME Catedral Hotel
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“I love to wander off the beaten
track in the Medina, look at the old
façades and imagine what it was
like here a few decades ago”
JEAN-FRANÇOIS CLAEYS
OWNER, RIAD TCHAIKANA
“I love that Seville is now one of
the best city destinations to visit
in southern Europe.”
ANTONIO JIMÉNEZ
GENERAL MANAGER, CASA ROMANA HOTEL
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ON THE TABLE
WHERE TOM CRUISE EATS TAPAS
pizza the action
Tom Cruise and Cameron
Diaz are fans of Restaurante
San Marco
Dine in style at the stately
Casa Manolo León
Jamón,
jamón
To some outsiders,
the sight of a pig’s
leg strung up from
the ceiling may
seem unusual. Yet
in Andalusia, ham is
so much more than
a staple dish – it’s
almost a matter of
regional pride.
The rest of Spain
acknowledges that
the best ham in the
world comes from the
farms of Andalusia.
In particular, it’s the
small town of Jabugo
that’s singled out for
praise, where free range
black pigs feast on an
acorn-only diet. Jamón
produced in this way
attracts the highest
prices and earns itself a
place on the country’s
Christmas menu.
A word of warning:
not all jamón is equal.
Take your time in
finding a restaurant
that you’re confident
serves good quality
local produce so that
you can check out the
real thing, which has a
meltingly soft texture.
Just be careful how
much you eat, it costs a
lot per bite.
TAPAS IS A WAY OF LIFE IN SEVILLE. You’d
be hard-pressed to stumble for more than
about 100m without finding a place that serves
up a plate of sliced jamón washed down with
cerveza. The anti-smoking legislation has
cleaned up the bars, but their rich Andalusian
character remains the same. There are plenty
of places to eat tapas right by the Cathedral,
but for our money the following are some of
the best in Seville.
Casa Manolo León 17 (www.manololeon.
com) ushers you into a stately private home
complete with chandeliers, tiled fountains and
some of the most succulent pork in Seville. It’s
one of the few places where you can sit down
for a full three course meal, plus coffee, in the
quieter part of town.
For a glimmering view of the Guadalquivir
river and the Torre del Oro, or “Tower of Gold”,
step into the classy Restaurante Abades
Triana 18 (www.abadestriana.com) in Triana.
Expect a beautifully turned out menu of caviar,
tuna tartare and bacalao (salted cod).
Despite the Italian-sounding name, you’ll
find that Restaurante San Marco 19 (www.sanmarco.es), in the
atmospheric underground setting of former Arabic baths, serves
plenty of traditional Spanish dishes as well as fantastic pizza. Tom
Cruise and Cameron Diaz dined here while filming the action comedy
Knight and Day.
For a fast-paced, full-flavoured selection of tapas, head to
Taberna Coloniales 20 (www.tabernacoloniales.es/colonialesII/
tabernacoloniales.html). It’s just a few blocks from the Cathedral
but make no mistake, this is no mediocre tourist trap. Be prepared
to queue and jostle your way to the bar, but once you have, your
tastebuds will thank you. Try the the tapas of quail eggs or the local
salmorejo (tomato spread) with diced ham. Taberna Coloniales is
busy for a reason.
Around the corner, relative newcomer Vinela 21 (www.facebook.
com/VinelaSevilla) has a fresh and funky approach. It’s a clean and
bright space with a pared-down yet flavoursome menu. Al Aljibe 22
(www.alaljibe.com) on the edge of the laid-back Plaza Alameda offers
a leafy retreat from the hectic streets. Try salmon ceviche or paprika
prawns, all served beneath the shade of the restaurant’s signature
orange tree. A peaceful place to sit, eat and talk for hours.
To get well and truly off the beaten track, head to Eslava 23 , a
narrow corridor of a restaurant decked out in sky blue shades that
actually do reflect the colour of the sky in Seville. Ask for the parcels
of blue cheese and pork ribs that come in a delicious honey sauce.
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“Just throw away your map and enjoy
wandering through the labyrinth of small
winding streets and little squares that make up
the Barrio Santa Cruz”
SHAWN HENNESSEY
SEVILLE TAPAS GUIDE (WWW.AZAHAR-SEVILLA.COM)
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EATING AND DRINKING WHILE OUT on
the town forms such an integral part of life
in Seville that it’s sometimes difficult to
differentiate between “restaurants” and “bars.”
Most self-respecting bars have their own tapas
menus, while most tapas bars expect you to
sit, chat and drink.
In a city where dinner rarely starts
before 10pm, you’ll have no trouble finding
somewhere to dance the night away. Yet
Seville’s nightlife isn’t reserved for clubbing
youths alone – you’ll find children and
grandparents tucking into tapas at midnight,
as well as adults enjoying free-flowing wine.
With the crazy heat that Seville endures
throughout much of the day, it’s no wonder its
streets come alive at night.
Start with a relaxing stop at the bar-
cum-tapas-spot La Azotea 24 (www.
laazoteasevilla.es). Azotea has taken on
several forms across the city, but its newest
and smallest branch brims with creative cool.
Tuck into steak tartare tapas or wasabi-
flavoured platters to stave off your hunger
while you take a closer look at its interesting wine list. If it’s just fast,
focused, all-night clubbing you want then try the recently rebranded
Kudéta Bar 25 (www.kudetasevilla.es). Known as the “Buddha Bar” to
locals, you’ll find a zen-like ground floor with cross-legged statues and
an upstairs that hosts thumping dance beats.
El Rinconcillo 26 (www.elrinconcillo.es) is more of an institution
by now. It’s the oldest tapas bar in Seville, dating right the way back
to 1860, though the building itself goes back even further and was
built in 1670. The decor looks that way too, with colourful tiles and
wooden beams.
La Carbonería 27 has one of the most laid-back vibes in town –
except for when there’s a live flamenco performance. A world away from
the image of spotted dresses and castanets, flamenco here is dark,
soulful and serious. Occasionally, you may also catch a performance of
sevillana, a colourful and much lighter form of dance.
Bodeguita Casablanca 28 offers up a hearty, no-nonsense bar
experience within easy stumbling distance of the Cathedral and Santa
Cruz. With ham hanging from the ceiling and football on TV, it’s the
Sevillano equivalent of a local English pub. For an upmarket sip of fino
sherry while the sun sets over the Giralda, you can’t beat the rooftop
bar at the Doña María Hotel 29 (www.hdmaria.com). If cheap and
cheerful is more your thing, try the Cervecería La Sureña 30 (www.
gruporestalia.com/es/franquicias.cfm) instead. You can pick up
discounts on tapas each Thursday and savings on beer every night.
fire it up
El Rinconcillo just gets
better with age
Enjoying the chilled vibe
of La Carbonería
Sherry nice
Sherry in Seville is a
serious affair. Served
crisp, cool and white
in its short-stemmed
long glass, this bitter
aperitif is Andalusia’s
signature drink – best
enjoyed with some
green olives or a few
plates of tapas.
While popular beer
brands like Cruzcampo
can be found in all the
bars, you’ll also see
fino sherry (as it’s
called here) almost
everywhere you look –
whether it’s lurking at
the side of the stage
during live music
performances, or being
poured at the hotel bar.
However, its story
reaches further than
the bars of Seville. The
word sherry comes
from the anglicisation
of “Jerez”, a city and
wine-making region in
western Andalusia.
One specific town,
Sanlúcar de Barrameda,
has a very celebrated
sherry: Manzanilla.
Light, dry, slightly
salty, it’s certainly an
acquired taste – but
once acquired you’ll find
you appreciate it more
and more.
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“A bar you have to try is
El Rinconcillo, which used to
be a convent. I love the
decoration, as well as the
tapas and atmosphere. It is
quite enchanting”
MARIA JOSE VERDU LAZARO
SEVILLE RESIDENT, AND FAN OF ITS NIGHTLIFE
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SEVILLE ON THE GROUND
hats off
Sunny ceramics at
Cerámica El Altozano
Sombrero Padilla Crespo
has your hat needs covered
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Santa comes
to town
Every now and then,
you may catch a glance
of a shop selling wizard
hats that look horribly
similar to those worn
by the Ku Klux Klan.
Well, not to worry,
you haven’t stumbled
across a corner of racial
hatred deep in southern
Spain. These are the
traditional costumes
worn during the
Semana Santa, and the
Spanish invented them
first. Each year during
Holy Week, which runs
up to Easter Sunday
(1–8 April), the streets
of Seville are filled with
people in full costume
for these religious
festivities. Processions
are slow and sombre,
while the surrounding
streets come alive with
candyfloss, beer and
people having a good
time. See children
carrying candles taller
than themselves,
immaculate women
wearing black veils, and
processions that last
for more than 24 hours.
Semana Santa outfits
are available all year
round from specially
designated shops.
WHILE YOU CAN FIND ALL THE MAIN
chains in the city of Seville, it’s the smaller
independent stores that make shopping here
a real treat. That, of course, and the flotilla of
frilly spotted aprons and pink tights that crowd
around the central tourist area.
Embrace the frivolity by heading into
Sombrero Padilla Crespo 31 where you
can pick up an assortment of souvenir
paraphernalia, some of which can actually
be pretty useful. Don’t dismiss the folding
fans when it comes to beating the heat, and
perhaps pick up an illustrated tapas cookbook
so you can recreate the flavours of Seville
back home. To satisfy your taste buds a little
earlier than that, try any one of the mouth-
watering delicacies sold at the Confitería
Heladería San Pablo 32 . Keep an eye out for
the crumbly, biscuit-like mantecado treats.
They’re very low in fat and extremely good for
you. Alright, that’s not entirely true but they do
taste good!
For a genuinely healthy selection of food
and a glimpse into how the locals shop, cross
the Puente de Isabel II bridge from the centre
of town to reach the Triana market 33 . Head here in the morning and
you’ll find fresh seafood, baskets of spices and curly squashes heaped
up on separate stalls. It’s not for the squeamish, though. Be prepared to
see bulls’ heads pinned to the walls and bulls’ tongues sliced up ready
for sale.
If it’s more gentrified shopping you’re looking for, visit any of the six
branches of El Corte Inglés 34 (www.elcorteingles.es) found in the city.
The department store chain is a national treasure and stocks electrical
goods, clothes, books, music and photographic equipment. If you’re
British, think of it as Spain’s answer to John Lewis.
For a more alternative, edgy shopping experience, browse the multi-
coloured leather goods sold by Ginza 35 near Plaza Alameda. From
rainbow-patterned shoes to black Metallica babygrows, Ginza stocks a
range of products that will make you smile.
The Triana district is famous for many things, from nightlife to the
Spanish Inquisition. But it’s also home to the celebrated ceramic
workshops whose products decorate most of the Iberian Peninsula.
Cerámica El Altozano 36 offers a good selection of wares – from
decorative plates to piggy banks and everyday utensils.
Finally, while Julián López 37 (www.julianlopez.es) excels in selling
reams and reams of fabric to the fashionable folk of Seville,this store’s
greatest draw is the extraordinary building itself. Bare brick, mirrors,
arches and a high ceiling create a striking atmosphere. It’s worth a
visit to eye up the interiors and browse what’s on offer, even if the only
haberdashery you’ve ever done involved sewing a button onto a shirt.
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1/ AZULEJOS TILE
On the Triana side
of the Guadalquivir
river lie some of the
world’s most renowned
ceramics houses. Their
craftsmanship is as much
in demand now as it was
hundreds of years ago,
when the workshops first
started trading. €4
3/ FERIA APRON
Bring some fun into your
kitchen with one of these
frilly, spotted aprons.
Although locals don’t tend
to wear them, they do wear
dresses from the same
kind of fabric each year
for the week-long Feria
celebration, with shoes to
match. €6
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but any pattern will do once
the temperature rises. And
if you’ve any little girls in
the family to get gifts for
then one of these will do
the trick. €3.50
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4/ INES ROSALES
These round, flat treats
bring a smile to your
lips and a bulge to your
waistline. Made from far
too much olive oil for you
to want to know about,
their sweet and spicy
taste makes them an ideal
companion for the journey
back home. €3
5/ CHAMBAO CD
The sounds and passion
of flamenco still touch
modern life in Andalusia,
so be sure to pick up
some tunes when you’re
in town. Popular local
musicians Chambao join
other artists for this 21st
century take on the
genre. €20.50
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1Museo del Baile Flamenco 3 Calle
Manuel Rojas Marcos, tel: +34 954
340311 /2 Cathedral of Seville
Avenida de la Constitución, tel: +34
902 099692 / 3Real Alcázar Patio de
Banderas, tel: +34 954 502324 /
4Espacio Metropol Parasol Plaza de
la Encarnación, tel: +34 954 561512
/ 5Museo de Artes y Costumbres
Populares de Sevilla 3 Plaza América,
tel: +34 954 712391 / 6Casa de
Pilatos 1 Plaza de Pilatos, tel: +34
954 225298 / 7Itálica 2 Avenida de
Extremadura, Santiponce, tel: +34 955
622266 / 8Instituto de la Cultura y
las Artes 1 Calle Silencio, tel: +34 955
471422 / 9Baños Árabes 15 Calle Aire,
tel: +34 955 010025 / 10Hostales
Como Hoteles 3 Puerta Jerez, tel: +34
954 229505 / 11Casa Romana Hotel
Boutique 15 Calle Trajano, tel: +34 954
915170 / 12Palacio de Villapanés
AlmaSevilla 31 Calle Santiago, tel:
+34 954 502063 / 13Parador de
Carmona Calle Alcázar, Carmona, tel:
+34 954 141010 / 14EME Catedral
Hotel 27 Calle Alemanes, tel: +34
954 560000 / 15Doña María Hotel
19 Calle Don Remondo, tel: +34 954
224990 / 16Hotel Husa Los Seises
6 Calle Segovias, tel: +34 954 229495
/ 17Casa Manolo León 8 Calle
Guadalquivir, tel: +34 954 373735 /
18Restaurante Abades Triana 69A
Calle Betis, tel: +34 954 286459 /
19Restaurante San Marco 6 Calle
Mesón del Moro, tel: +34 954 214390
/ 20Taberna Coloniales 36–38 Calle
Fernández y González, tel: +34 954
229381 / 21Vinela 4 Avenida de la
Constitución, tel: +34 954 228758 /
22 Al Aljibe 7 Alameda de Hércules,
tel: +34 954 900591 / 23Eslava 3
Calle Eslava, tel: +34 954 906568 /
24La Azotea 12 Conde de Barajas, tel:
+34 955 116748 / 25Kudéta Bar Plaza
de la Legión, tel: +34 954 089095 /
26El Rinconcillo 40 Calle Gerona, tel:
+34 954 223183 / 27La Carbonería
18 Calle Levíes, tel: +34 954 214460
/ 28Bodeguita Casablanca 12 Calle
Adolfo Rodriguez Jurado, tel: +34
954 224114 / 29Doña María Hotel
19 Calle Don Remondo, tel: +34 954
224990 / 30Cervecería La Sureña
1 Metropol Parasol Local, Plaza de la
Encarnación, tel: +34 902 197 494 /
31Sombrero Padilla Crespo 2 Avenida
Constitución, tel: +34 954 222455 /
32 Confitería Heladería San Pablo 3
Calle San Pablo, tel: +34 954 212916 /
33Triana market Calle Betis / 34El
Corte Inglés 1 Calle San Pablo, tel: +34
954 597010 / 35Ginza 9 Calle Trajano,
tel: +34 954 379387 / 36Cerámica El
Altozano 3 Calle Antillano Campos, tel:
+34 954 340908 / 37Julián López 23
Calle O’Donnell, tel: +34 954 502743
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Looking for
somewhere different for
your next adventure?
Close the atlas, put down
the pin, open your eyes and
read this…
YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE
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ere we to point out that Paris,
London and Rome
are worth flying to it would
be a little like spotting a kid
in the “Witches and Wizards”
section of the library and suggesting the work of
JK Rowling might merit a quick peep. Everyone
knows that Ryanair flies to the heart of Europe’s
most popular destinations, but away from the
main ones the network is teeming with the exotic,
the off-the-beaten-track and the “now-you-
come-to-mention-it-that-does-sound-rather-
good”. Here are our top picks for somewhere
slightly different in 2012.
1. Billund
In a nutshell Home to the mighty Lego corporation
(as well as the original Legoland amusement park)
and a great base for exploring Denmark.
Why now? 2012 marks the 80th anniversary of
Lego founder Ole Kirk Christiansen’s decision to
start making toys here. Also, Legoland’s new Polar
Land – the park’s biggest ever attraction – opens
this May. It promises that your “furiously fast
rollercoaster will land you on a frozen lake, where
you’ll crash through the ice in a 5m drop”. Cool!
Interesting fact The airport here used to be
a private runway for Lego’s own Piper Apache
aircraft.
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2. Leeds
In a nutshell This cool, chic city in the north of England is pleasantly walkable and
positively brimming with shopping opportunities and things to do.
Why now? The biggest summer draw is the annual Leeds Festival, one of the UK’s top
music events. At the time of writing the rumour mill was buzzing with names like Green
Day, the Stone Roses and Foo Fighters as possible headliners.
Interesting fact The world’s oldest surviving moving images were recorded in
Leeds in 1888.
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3. Palma
In a nutshell The capital of Mallorca
(sometimes referred to as Ibiza’s
smarter sister), offering the very best
of island life in the heart of the Med.
Why now? Ryanair has added 17 new
routes (to its existing 30) from Palma
for 2012, including Oslo (Rygge
and Torp), Stockholm (Skavsta and
Västerås), Kraków, Cork and Paris
(Beauvais), meaning that this little
slice of paradise is now within more
people’s reach. Palma itself is an
elegant city surrounded by sandy
beaches, and has everything from
national parks and craggy cliffs to
luxury shopping and secluded bays
within your grasp.
Interesting fact July sunshine
averages a whopping 342 hours.
Wow!
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Palma has
everything from
national parks
to luxury
shopping
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4. Poland
In a nutshell Well looked after by the
Ryanair network, this varied and historic
country has nine Ryanair destinations,
with a 10th to be added just outside the
capital Warsaw later this year.
Why now? If you like football, then
this summer Poland is the place to be.
Together with its neighbour Ukraine, the
country is hosting Euro 2012. However, if
you’d rather iron your own tongue than
watch men in shorts kick a ball around,
you could always head for the beautiful
Tatra Mountains, Wrocław’s gorgeous Old
Town, or the beaches around Gdan´sk.
Interesting fact Poland is one of the 20
most visited countries in the world.
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Head for the
beautiful
Tatra Mountains,
or the beaches
around Gdan´sk
5. Glasgow
In a nutshell The largest city in Scotland, with a reputation as one of the world’s
friendliest. Up to 3 million visitors flock to Glasgow every year.
Why now? The city has been steadily smartening up for more than a decade, and has
been picked to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games. It is also playing its part in the
summer Olympics, with the legendary Hampden Park (home to the Scottish national
football team) hosting several Olympic footie events.
Interesting fact British rock legends Oasis were spotted and signed in Glasgow.
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6. Bremen
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Visitors are pouring into Edinburgh’s revamped
Scottish National Portrait Gallery – yet another major
draw for this cultured capital, says Brian Logan
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EDINBURGH ART
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s Oscar Wilde might say of
Edinburgh’s cultural life, to
have one museum restored
may be regarded as good
fortune; to have two restored
looks like a renaissance. The
big event last summer in
the Scottish capital was the
reopening of the National
Museum of Scotland on Chambers Street.
Three years’ work and a £47 million (€ 56.2
million) investment led to the opening of 16
new gallery spaces, an award-winning facelift
for the museum’s Victorian building, and a
million visitors through the door within four
months of the reopening.
Fast-forward six months, and another
success story is taking place a mile to the
north. “It has been a fantastic start,” says
Scottish National Portrait Gallery director
James Holloway. “We’ve had more than 50,000
visitors in December, which is four times what
we would normally expect. We’re absolutely
delighted.” As in Edinburgh’s Old Town, so
now in its New, a well-loved but dusty old
institution has been given a visionary revamp.
The critics are cooing, visitors are flooding
to both, and Edinburgh’s status as a cultural
capital – beyond its renowned annual Festival –
looks ever more secure.
The revamp of the Scottish National Portrait
Gallery (SNPG) means that for the first time in
its 120-year history, Robert Rowand Anderson’s
neo-Gothic sandstone edifice (inspired by
the Doge’s Palace in Venice, and the first
purpose-built portrait gallery in the world) is
being used as originally intended. For most of
its life, the SNPG had to share its home with
the Museum of Antiquities. Over the years,
windows were blocked off and ceilings lowered
as the exhibition was squeezed by encroaching
office space. “A shabby labyrinth of badly lit
galleries,” is how one newspaper described the
old gallery, a place regarded fondly by locals
(in part for the quality of the cheese scones in
the café), but neglected by visitors to the city.
That visitor profile has been changing, as
Edinburgh’s centre of gravity, shifted by the
new Harvey Nichols store, edges northwards.
The gallery’s relaunch will hope to seal the
deal. Some £17.6 million (€ 21 million) has
been spent beautifying this stately old pile, in a
project led by Glasgow architects Page \ Park.
The gallery spaces have been restored to their
original layout, and are not only roomier with
60% more exhibition space, but also brighter,
as daylight floods through the skylights. There
are cutting-edge education rooms, an improved
shop and café, and a stunning glass lift, while
the SNPG’s library has been relocated to the
heart of the building and made available for
public use. The building’s striking Great Hall
has also had a makeover: its mural of Scots
through the ages has had its splendid colour
restored; its ceiling, in which 2,222 painted
stars twinkle, is as good as new.
Confidence and class are hard to miss on
a visit to the reopened SNPG. It hums with
life, its spaces are wide and inviting, and
vintage and modern unite in pleasing harmony.
There are some, but not too many, of those
Fast facts
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plugged in
Visitors get involved at the
SNPG. Below: The gallery’s
famous neo-Gothic facade
Admire some Hot Scots.
Far right: the Great Hall.
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interactive accoutrements common to all
modern exhibitions. Museum guides have been
printed to appeal to multiple audiences – those
interested in fashion, say, or natural history
– or just one, such as “The Fur Coat an’ Nae
Knickers Trail” written in a Scots’ language.
First contact is with the Hot Scots gallery, a
series of photographs of 21st-century celebs:
Karen Gillan and David Tennant from TV’s
Doctor Who; the singer Paolo Nutini; Michelin-
starred chef Tom Kitchin. That exhibit, says
Holloway (“selected from a list of people I’d
never heard of ”, he jokes), was placed by the
front door for a reason. “We didn’t want people
confronted straight away by a 17th-century
earl in a long wig. To have that familiarity
right through the front door says that we’re a
welcoming gallery, and that’s very important.”
There are, after all, plenty long-wigged
earls upstairs. The top and first floors of the
SNPG have been arranged narratively, to tell
Scotland’s story through its most famous
or significant individuals. In the first gallery,
Reformation to Revolution, you’re greeted by
an iconic full-length portrait of Mary, Queen
of Scots. In later rooms, we meet Scotland’s
bard Robert Burns (as painted iconically by
Alexander Nasmyth); Allan Ramsay’s radiant
philosopher David Hume; and a remarkably
alive self-portrait by the 19th-century painter
David Wilkie.
There are also rooms dedicated to the
hidden histories of Scottish women, to the
story of sport (including an image of an 1815
football match in which the goals were a mile
apart), and a gallery of 1860s photographs of
Glasgow slums and slum-dwellers, by the Fife
photographer Thomas Annan.
“It is a wider definition of a portrait gallery
than people are used to,” says Holloway. “We
try to show a bit more context.” There is, for
instance, a photography gallery dedicated
to (and critiquing) romantic landscapes of
Scotland, alongside curios like the death
masks of murderers Burke and Hare. And a
small exhibit on the iconography of tartan,
where historic toffs pose absurdly, trussed
up in plaid while trying to look manly. These
temporary exhibitions will change regularly,
says Holloway, such that “every three months
there will be something new to see”. There is,
in short, an abundance of fascinating paintings
and artefacts (849 works on display, of which
480 are by Scots), which tell absorbing stories
of Scotland and the world, past and present.
“No gallery could be more Scottish than we
are,” says Holloway. “That’s what we do.” The
SNPG’s revamp, conceived back in the 1990s,
has straddled the era in which Scotland has
gained first a parliament, and later a nationalist
government. “It’s the right gallery at the right
moment,” says Holloway. “Because this has
been a time in which people have been asking:
what is Scotland about? Who are we, and
where do we come from? These are questions
our gallery raises, and in some cases answers.”
It does so in style, in a way that’s generous
to incomers, unstuffy and unpretentious, and in
which the quality of the cheese scones in the
café has, much to local people’s delight, been
safeguarded zealously.
“We didn’t want people confronted straight
away by a 17th-century earl in a long wig”
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1 / THE WRITERS’ MUSEUM
In 2004, Edinburgh was named as
the world’s first ever Unesco City of
Literature. Its proud literary heritage
– 21st-century writers best associated
with the city include JK Rowling,
Ian Rankin, Alexander McCall Smith
and Iain Banks – is celebrated in
this small Old Town museum, which
commemorates the work of Auld
Reekie’s three titans of verse and
prose: Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns
and Robert Louis Stevenson.
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LAWNMARKET, TEL: +44 (0)131 529 4901,
WWW.EDINBURGHMUSEUMS.ORG.UK
2 / FRUITMARKET GALLERY
If you only have an hour to spend in
Edinburgh, you could do worse than
visit this terrific wee gallery above
Waverley train station. “World-class
contemporary art in the heart of
the city,” runs the blurb, and the
Fruitmarket lives up to it, having
commissioned Martin Creed’s popular
public artwork The Scotsman Steps
last year, and regularly exhibiting work
by the likes of Janet Cardiff, Callum
Innes and Louise Bourgeois.
45 MARKET STREET, TEL: +44(0)131 225
2383, WWW.FRUITMARKET.CO.UK
3 / USHER HALL
“One of the most outstanding concert
halls in the world,” is how Edinburgh
likes to describe the A-listed Beaux-
Arts building just off the Lothian Road.
Opened in 1914, Usher Hall is the city’s
key venue for visiting national and
international orchestras, alongside
comedy gigs, rock concerts and gigs
from the likes of The Osmonds and
Chris Rea.
LOTHIAN ROAD, TEL: +44 (0)131 228 1155,
WWW.USHERHALL.CO.UK
4 / TRAVERSE THEATRE
“Scotland’s new writing theatre” is
one of the powerhouses of the arts
in Scotland. The country’s greatest
playwrights of the last 50 years have
cut their teeth here, including John
Byrne, David Greig, David Harrower
and Scotland’s current “makar”, or poet
laureate, Liz Lochhead. Its new director,
Orla O’Loughlin, takes over this January,
launching a new era in the illustrious
history of this must-visit venue.
10 CAMBRIDGE STREET, TEL: +44 (0)131
228 1404, WWW.TRAVERSE.CO.UK
5 / NATIONAL MUSEUM
OF SCOTLAND
After its extensive refit, the Chambers
Street venue now houses 20,000
objects spread across 36 gallery
spaces, telling stories of science and
discovery, the wonders of nature and
the cultures of the world – all from
a Scottish perspective. This year’s
special exhibitions include Fascinating
Mummies, on Egyptology, and a major
show exhibiting the collection of 18th-
century Russian empress Catherine
the Great.
CHAMBERS STREET, TEL: +44 (0)131 247
4422, WWW.NMS.AC.UK
6 / SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY
OF MODERN ART
This 50-year-old gallery is located in the
west of town, in a neo-classical building
with an eye-catching, award-winning
sculpted front lawn. The collection
includes work by Picasso, Mondrian,
Andy Warhol and Tracey Emin.
Current exhibitions include the first
retrospective in 70 years of the work of
the 1920s Scottish colourist FCB Cadell.
75 BELFORD ROAD, TEL: +44 (0)131 624
6200, WWW.NATIONALGALLERIES.ORG/
MODERNARTGALLERIES
Whatever the weather, Edinburgh
has so many cultural spaces that
you’ll never be short of inspiration
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If you’re a fan of snow sports and fne food, you’ll love Italy’s
Dolomites mountains. Matt Barr soaks up the local hospitality –
and the views. Photography by James McPhail
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his is only the first day of a
fast-paced weekend in the
flagship resort of Selva Val
Gardena, in Italy’s South Tyrol
province, but already I’ve spent
the morning trying my hand at
the fun but exhausting sport of
cross-country skiing. Now I’m
clad in snowshoes, gripping
Nordic ski poles and following
my affable local guide Oswald up the snowy,
endlessly winding Valunga valley into what
feels like the darkest reaches of the Dolomites
backcountry.
Up ahead, as if bribed to appear at just this
perfect moment, a horned chamois (a goat
native to these parts) leaps across the path.
Across the valley behind us, the crenellated
columns of Europe’s most distinctive mountain
range blush pink in the setting sun. It’s a
show-stopping sight. Such accessible beauty
combined with fantastic skiing and some of
Europe’s finest cuisine make the South Tyrol
a bit of a hidden gem. After all, it’s often the
French and Swiss Alpine ski areas that take all
the press.
Being lesser-known may have something
to do with the province’s varied history.
Previously part of the Austrian Tyrol, it was
occupied by Italy in 1918, annexed in 1919
and formally guaranteed to Mussolini
by Hitler in the run up to World War II.
Since then, the trilingual area (most people
speak three languages: German, Italian and
local tongue Ladin) has been ensconced
in northern Italy with all the rich
cultural history that entails, while
maintaining an Austrian touch.
Even today, place names are still given in
both Italian and German. Geographically, it is
equally blessed, with the snowy playground of
the Dolomites forming the spine of the area,
and cities such as Venice, Milan and Bolzano
within a couple of hours’ drive. When the
weather hots up the beaches of the Med are
always close at hand.
Such a serendipitous set of circumstances
seems to have endowed the locals with
an enviably laid-back attitude. Oswald
has been skiing since he was three, and
has the type of relaxed mountain-man
demeanour that makes a city-dweller like
me feel particularly ungainly. Not that
the snowshoes are helping. He’s justly
proud that his home region is so awe-
inspiring to visitors. “I’ve been seeing
sights like this my whole life,” he says
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By lunchtime on my second day, I realise
that stuffing my face with the fantastic local
food then feeling vaguely horrified at my
own greediness is going to be something
of a recurring motif on this trip. It’s a good
job today’s gluttonous pit stops are to be
bookended with a circuit of the vast Sella
Ronda massif.
The Sella Ronda (www.sella-ronda.info)
is Italy’s most famous ski circuit, offering a
challenging 26km of lifts and runs that takes
in four mountain passes: Passo Gardena,
Passo Sella, Passo Pordoi and Passo
Campolongo. You can tackle the circuit either
clockwise or anti-clockwise (clockwise is
apparently a little trickier), but everything
is so well signposted you’d have to try very
hard to get lost. Especially as the Sella Ronda
massif itself is such a looming reference
as we trudge off back down the valley to
Selva Val Gardena. “But I don’t think I’ll ever
be bored of them.”
Back in the resort, I recuperate from my
exertions over coffee and sumptuous cakes
at Villa Frainela (www.villafrainela.it). This
traditional house, perched high above the
town, is typical of the forward-thinking way
the area conserves and carefully updates its
heritage. Originally built by the current owners’
grandparents back in 1930, it was revamped
in 1990 to form a set of apartments, a family
home and – the reason for my visit – the best
tearoom in town.
“Yes, everything is home-made by me,” says
proprietor Daniela Comploj, as I polish off a
huge plate of her cake and the best custard I’ve
ever tasted. “Including the ice cream,” she adds.
“Care to try some?” It would be rude not to.
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point. Beginner skiers and snowboarders
should probably steer clear, but for everybody
else it’s the perfect whistle-stop introduction
to what can be a sprawling ski area. In total
you have access to more than 1,000km of
piste in the Dolomiti Superski area – more
than France’s Les Trois Vallées – on a single
lift pass.
For me, the journey is also something
of a trip down memory lane, as the last
time I was in the Sella Ronda I was fined
for snowboarding off-piste, which it’s worth
remembering is not permissible here. In a
surreal episode a group of friends and I were
chased down the slopes by some Carabinieri
on skis and a snowmobile, complete with
flashing blue light.
That first experience of South Tyrol is a
long way away as we settle down for lunch at
the Rifugio Emilio Comici (www.rifugiocomici.
com), a celebrated mountain restaurant
perched high above Selva Val Gardena and
named after a celebrated local Alpinist. Gianni
Marzola, who opened this restaurant in 1955,
was apparently a famous ski racer, guide and
general all-round Alpine legend himself. Here,
the speciality is fresh seafood shipped in each
day from the fish farm of the Marzola family, in
Grado near Trieste.
Usually, eating seafood in a hut 2,154m up in
the mountains would be right at the top of my
culinary no-no list. But this is different. There’s
an enticing menu of beautifully cooked dishes
including scallops, rare tuna, and spaghetti
with lobster. Scampi has never looked so good.
Drinks include aperitif Veneziano: white wine
with sparkling water and Aperol. More than
satisfied, we drowsily settle up and head out
into the fading afternoon light for a final ride
back down to the valley.
Rifugio Emilio Comici is by no means the
only fantastic culinary experience around
here, as I discover when heading out into
the night for an adventure with my new
friend Martin, another local who has carved
himself quite a niche in the burgeoning South
Tyrol tourism industry. In the summer, he’s a
parapente (paragliding) instructor, while in
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Cross-country skiing
Scampi, and veal pasta,
below, are on the menu
Our writer at the Rifugio
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the winter he runs Taxigardena, a company
that organises night-time food and toboggan
trips in nearby Alpe di Siusi. These are
exhilarating adventures, where guests climb
aboard a snowmobile to be taken at hair-
raising speeds through the dark woods.
After five eye-watering kilometres, we are
dropped at the almost comically picturesque
Berghaus Zallinger (www.zallinger.com), a
traditional inn and restaurant sitting next to
a baroque chapel, where we are otherwise
almost alone in the wilderness.
The Zallinger serves hefty local fare such as
spätzl (egg noodle dish), dumplings, goulash and
barbecued pork ribs. It’s heavy stuff and I’m not
sure I can manage our descent back down to
the car by torch-lit toboggan descent. The run is
apparently challenging enough during daylight.
At night, senses dulled by masses of carbs and
protein (and a few carafes of local red), we soon
find our little group piling into snow drifts. We
emerge at the bottom in Alpe di Siusi soaking
wet, completely invigorated and wearing big,
sloppy grins on our faces.
The next day is my last in the South Tyrol,
and there’s time to see the provincial capital,
Bolzano, on the way to the airport. The city
is best known for being the home of Ötzi the
Iceman, a 5,000-year-old Copper Age man
preserved remarkably well in the ice of a nearby
glacier. Today, his remains are housed in the
town’s Museum of Archaeology. Yet while I’m
keen to see him, time constraints mean I have
a decision to make. A cultural visit to check out
the region’s most famous son, or a trip to the
historic Casa al Torchio restaurant, apparently
home to the best pizzas in town? Sorry Ötzi,
maybe next time.
Fast facts
GETTING THERE
South Tyrol is easily
accessible from Milan
(Bergamo), Venice
(Treviso) and Verona
airports. There are direct
bus transfers to Selva Val
Gardena from Verona and
Bergamo airports (www.
terravision.eu) and to Alta
Badia from Treviso (www.
cortinaexpress.it). Or book
a hire car from Hertz (www.
hertz.com), Ryanair’s
exclusive rental partner,
ofering special rates to
Ryanair passengers.
STAYING THERE
Traditional four-star Hotel
Oswald (www.hoteloswald.
com) lies in the heart of
Selva Val Gardena, and
has easy access to the
slopes and nearby resorts
such as Alpe di Siusi.
HOW TO DO IT
Try cross-country skiing
and snowshoeing with
www.valgardena-active.
com. Book tobogganing
in Alpe di Siusi with www.
taxigardena.com. For
more on the Dolomites,
see www.valgardena.it.
A Dolomiti Superski Day
Pass (ski in 12 resorts)
costs €44–€48, www.
dolomitisuperski.com
cool runnings
Food shopping in Bolzano
Selva Val Gardena village
Martin, Matt and friend
Karin go sledging at night
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Is it a guesthouse or an art gallery?
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desserts served here are nothing to snif
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ride from the port.
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PARIS

STAY: HOTEL DESIGN SORBONNE
This stylish hotel (pictured) pops with
colour and every room is equipped with
a brand new iMac for your convenience.
With such nice details, a stay here seems
guaranteed to put you in a good mood.
Doubles from €110 when booked online.
6 RUE VICTOR COUSIN, TEL:+33 (0)1 4354
5808, WWW.HOTELSORBONNE.COM
EAT: LE GARDE TEMPS
No need to book entertainment before
eating here, as Benoît Gaulthier – the
owner/head waiter at this highly rated,
yet reasonably priced neo-bistrot –
will provide all the night’s entertainment
you can handle with his one-man show.
It’s popular, so reservations are a must.
19 BIS RUE FONTAINE,
TEL: + 33 (0)9 8148 5055
CATCH: THE SCENE AT LE NAPOLEO
Don’t feel intimidated by how extremely
trendy this bar-eatery has become. The
staf, although they all look like they just
walked of an edgy fashion shoot, are
helpful and fun.
73 RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-DENIS,
TEL: + 33 (0)1 4770 2136
SEE: THE MANGA & SCI-FI SHOW
Let loose your inner Trekkie at the annual
convention for comic-book, video game,
sci-fi and Manga fans, with over 180 stands.
Rub shoulders with guests including
representatives of the best-known
publishers of comics, Marvel and DC.
HALL 2, 1 PARIS PORTE DE VERSAILLES,
WWW.PARISMANGA.FR
FLY TO PARIS (BEAUVAIS) FROM 34
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LYON
STAY: LE ROYAL
This hotel strikes the perfect balance
between old and new, relaxed and chic. It’s
centrally located on the corner of Place
Bellecour and the restaurant (pictured)
serves a great brunch. Doubles from €110.
20 PLACE BELLECOUR, TEL: + 33 (0)4 7837
5731, WWW.LYONHOTEL-LEROYAL.COM
EAT: L’OURSON QUI BOIT
Helmed by a Japanese couple who ran
a restaurant of the same name (The
Drinking Bear) in Kyoto, this modest
restaurant has won over Lyonnais palates
with an enticing, changing selection of
(mainly fish) dishes, fusing French and
Asian influences. Pay €17 for lunch or €25
for dinner.
23 RUE ROYALE, TEL: +33 (0)4 7827 2337
HAVE A SPREE: AT DATTA
Expect the unexpected at this gallery/
library/shopping emporium. Where else
in Lyon can you bag edgy magazines,
soak up exhibitions by cutting-edge
photographers and street artists, shop in
the jewellery boutique or stationery store
– and top it all of with a relaxing beer?
10 RUE DU GRIFFON, TEL: + 33 (0)4 8233
6862, WWW.DATTA.FR
VISIT: MUSEE DES FRERES LUMIERES
One for cinema bufs. This beautifully
restored home, once home to local boys
the Lumière brothers, traces their journey
as film pioneers. See short films that
iconic directors including David Lynch
made using the Lumières’ original camera.
25 RUE DU 1ER FILM, TEL: +33 (0)4 7878 1895,
WWW.INSTITUT-LUMIERE.ORG
FLY TO ST ETIENNE (LYON) FROM PORTO
FRANCE
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The year that the Musée Africain de Lyon opened, making
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Experience the history of winter
sports in a fun way! Educational
activities for children and adults alike
The Lahti Ski Museum is situated
next to the three world famous
ski jumping hills in Southern Finland.
* Winter sports exhibitions
* Ski jumping simulator etc.
* Museum Shop * Auditorium
* Café and Restaurant * Free parking
LAHTI SKI MUSEUM
Sports Centre / Salpausselänkatu 8
15111 Lahti, Finland
Tel. +358 (0)3 814 4523,
+358 (0)50 398 5523
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Berliner
Gruselkabinett
Attractions on three foors:
a chamber of horrors with action, spectacular
medical scenes from bygone days, and the
historical bunker exhibition in the cellar.
UNIQUE WORLD WAR TWO AIR- RAID
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STAY: NHOW BERLIN
Located on Berlin’s legendary music-
mile, home to Universal and MTV, this
fabulous four-star retreat (pictured)
has two professional recording studios
and unforgettably funky decor. Doubles
from €115.
3 STRALAUER ALLEE, TEL: +49 (0)30 290
2990, WWW.NHOW-HOTELS.COM/BERLIN/
EAT: MARJELLCHEN
A bit of a local’s secret for the last 27
years, this restaurant serves specialities
from East Prussia – a region once part of
Germany. Highly recommended.
9 MOMMSENSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)30 883
2676, WWW.MARJELLCHEN-BERLIN.DE
DRINK: BONANZA COFFEE HEROES
With some of the best cofee in Berlin,
Bonanza is best visited during the week.
On Sundays, bargain hunters from the
nearby Mauer Park flea market fill this
small java shop to bursting point.
35 ODERBERGERSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)171 563
0795, WWW.BONANZACOFFEE.DE
SEE: BERLINER GRUSELKABINETT
In a city of oddities, the Berliner
Gruselkabinett stands out. Split into three
exhibitions and housed inside a former
World War II air-raid shelter, this unique
attraction is simultaneously a maze-like
haunted house, a museum of medical
history and a documentation centre for
the bunker.
23A SCHONEBERGER STRASSE,
TEL: +49 (0)30 2655 5546,
WWW.GRUSELKABINETT-BERLIN.DE
FLYTO BERLIN (SHÖNEFELD) FROM
SEVEN DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING LONDON
FRANKFURT
EAT: DEPOT 1899
Taking its title from this building’s former
life as a street-car depot, this is one of
the city’s largest traditional restaurants.
Try one of the authentic regional
specialities and the house beer.
33 TEXTORSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)69 6050
4799, WWW.DEPOT1899.DE
STAY: LE MERIDIEN PARKHOTEL
This centrally located five-star, adjacent
to Frankfurt’s main station, is divided
into two distinctive parts. Depending on
their taste, guests can choose rooms
and suites in either the historical or
modern sections. Doubles from €125.
28-38 WIESENHUETTENPLATZ, TEL: +49
(0)69 26970, WWW.LEMERIDIENPARKHOTEL-
FRANKFURT.COM
SEE: ANDY WARHOL
Frankfurt’s Museum of Modern Art is
showcasing work by pop-art god Warhol
at the moment. The must-see exhibition
explores the artist’s obsession with print
media, newspaper headlines and fame
in general. Until 13 May.
10 DOMSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)69 2123 0447,
WWW.MMK-FRANKFURT.DE
VISIT: FRANKFURT STOCK EXCHANGE
As one of the world’s largest stock
exchanges, this place (pictured) has a
long history dating back to the ninth
century. Free talks explaining the ins and
outs are available three times daily. Head
to the visitors’ gallery to see live trading.
4 BORSENPLATZ, TEL: +49 (0)69 2111 1515,
WWW.DEUTSCHE-BOERSE.COM
FLY TO FRANKFURT (HAHN) FROM 33
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING FUERTEVENTURA
DUSSELDORF
STAY: HOTEL ASAHI
Embracing Dusseldorf’s Asian
connection, the Hotel Asahi (pictured)
is a four-star hotel with subtle design
touches in a Japanese style, a 24-hour
bar and a plentiful Japanese breakfast
bufet. It’s a 10-minute walk from the
central Königsallee shopping street.
Doubles from €119.
30 KURFURSTENSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)211
36120, WWW.HOTEL-ASAHI.COM
EAT: KIKAKU
Raking in rave reviews since opening
in 1975 for its utterly authentic Nippon
sushi experience and considerate and
attentive service, Kikaku stands out in
a city renowned for its Japanese
connections as more than just a
restaurant – it is an experience.
38 KLOSTERSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)211
357853, WWW.KIKAKU.DE
RELAX: MOMENTUM SPA
The extensive menu of treatments at this
top spa will satisfy those looking for more
than the usual hotel pools and saunas.
30A AM BONNESHOF, +49 (0)211 518 0870,
WWW.MOMENTUM-SPA.DE
SEE: ELVIS PRESLEY MUSEUM
When he arrived in West Germany for
military service in 1958, Elvis Aaron
Presley already commanded an army of
screaming fans. With the largest display
of Elvis memorabilia outside of the USA,
this museum pays tribute to the King.
11 FLINGERSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)177 291
7318, WWW.ELVIS-DUESSELDORF.DE
FLY TO DÜSSELDORF (WEEZE) FROM 32
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING MILAN (BERGAMO)
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The length of Berlin’s shortest
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OUR LADY’S SHRINE, CO. MAYO, IRELAND
Tel: +353 (0) 94 9388100 | Fax: +353 (0) 94 9388295
www.knock-shrine.ie | Email: info@knock-shrine.ie
New Of ce & Bookshop, now open at 101 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2BQ
Tel: 0161 819 2558 | Email: knockshrineof ce@btconnect.com
For a wide range of Religious Books & Souvenirs you can now shop online at: www.knock-shrine.ie/shop
KNOCK MUSEUM ͳCaptures the compelling story
of the Knock Apparition of 1879, an event that transformed
Knock into an International Shrine of prayer and pilgrimage
where people from all over the world make their way.
Opening Hours: 10.00am - 6.00pm daily
Tel: +353 (0) 94 9375034 | Email: museum@knock-shrine.ie
PROGRAMME OF CEREMONIES AND DEVOTIONS
April 29th to October 14th 2012
6 Public Masses each day. Confessions from 11.00 onwards
Public Devotions: Weekdays 2.00pm, Sundays 2.30pm
National Public Novena (14-22 Aug incl.) 3.00pm & 8.30pm
Opening Hours: 10.00am – 6.00pm daily | Tel: +353 (0) 94 9375350
Email: cafelecheile@knock-shrine.ie | www.cafelecheile.ie
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Italian experiences, brought to you by
Stefano Crescenzi, David Izzo & Eileen Dunne
¨Dunne and Crescenzi has changed
the way the Irish eat'
Tom Doorley, THE IRISH TIMES.
¨They brought the real Italian food to Dublin'
FOOD & WINE
A cosy Italian restuarant &
extensive wine bar.
www.dunneandcrescenzi.com
+353 (1) 6759892
www.baritalia.ie
+353 (1) 8741000
Traditional Italian
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DUBLIN
EAT: CORNUCOPIA
Dublin isn’t renowned for its vegetarian
restaurants but Cornucopia (pictured)
is certainly among the very best. The
food is delicious and reasonably priced.
Specials include aubergine and red
pepper ragout, caramelised onion tart
and three-cheese risotto.
19-20 WICKLOW STREET, TEL: +353 (0)1 677
7583, WWW.CORNUCOPIA.IE
STAY: THE MALDRON HOTEL
Formerly a busy market, Smithfield is
now one of Dublin’s up-and-coming
neighbourhoods. Rooms are clean,
functional and competitively priced and
with Temple Bar less than 10 minutes’
walk away, the hotel’s location really
couldn’t be better. Doubles from €50.
SMITHFIELD, TEL: + 353 (0)1 485 0900,
WWW.MALDRONHOTELS.COM
DRINK: NO NAME BAR
The hippest kid on the city’s bar scene is
so cool it hasn’t got a name. The decor
is trendy, with lots of couches and cofee
tables, perfect for settling down with a
cocktail for a spot of people-watching.
3 FADE STREET, TEL: +353 (0)1 764 5681
SHOP: COW’S LANE MARKET
This funky store in the more relaxed
Parliament Street end of Temple Bar sells
everything from clothes and bags, to fine
art, ceramics and jewellery. Many designers
are graduates from the nearby National
College of Art and Design.
COW’S LANE, TEMPLE BAR,
TEL: +353 (0)1 677 2255
FLY TO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING WROCLAW
LIMERICK
STAY: NO 1 PERY SQUARE
This place ofers a slice of history in the
heart of Limerick’s red-brick Georgian
quarter. Once home to Lord Barrington,
the beautiful town house is now a stylish
boutique hotel with a first-class brasserie.
Double rooms from €120.
1 PERY SQUARE, TEL: +353 (0)6 140 2402,
WWW.ONEPERYSQUARE.COM
VISIT: HUNT MUSEUM
One of Ireland’s greatest private collections
of art and antiquities, the Hunt museum
houses an impressive array of Celtic and
medieval art, including the Antrim Cross,
a Bronze Age shield and a bronze horse by
Leonardo Da Vinci. Well worth a gander.
RUTLAND STREET, TEL: +353 (0)61 312833,
WWW.HUNTMUSEUM.COM
DO: ESCAPE BEAUTY AND DAY SPA
Relax and unwind in this exclusive spa
(pictured) housed in the popular Absolute
Hotel. Treat yourself to a black-mud facial,
a chocolate body wrap or a new look at
Vanilla Brown’s, Escape’s own hairdresser.
ABSOLUTE HOTEL, SIR HARRY’S MALL,
TEL: +353 (0)61 463608,
WWW.ESCAPEBEAUTY.IE
EAT: AUBARS BAR & RESTAURANT
Owner Padraic Frawley has transformed
this former old man’s bar into one of the
classiest bistros in town. The surroundings
are modern but chef Maura Baxter’s
cooking is pleasingly traditional with good
hearty fare that won’t break the bank.
49-50 THOMAS STREET, TEL: + 353 (0)61
317799, WWW.AUBARS.COM
FLYTO SHANNON FROM SIX DESTINA-
TIONS, INCLUDING LIVERPOOL
WICKLOW
DRINK: THE HARBOUR BAR
The authentic Irish pub experience. Once
voted “Best bar in the World”by the Lonely
Planet Guide, the Harbour (pictured)
boasts an eclectic clientele and all manner
of quirky bric-a-brac, accumulated by
three generations of the O’Toole family.
1 STRAND ROAD, BRAY, TEL: +353 (0)1 286
2274, WWW.HARBOURBARBRAY.COM
STAY: LOUGH DAN HOUSE
Bounded on three sides by the Wicklow
Mountains National Park, Seán and
Theresa Byrne’s refurbished farmhouse
ofers spacious rooms and a warm
welcome in the heart of the mountains.
From every window, the views are
breathtaking. Doubles from €40.
CARRIGEEN DUFF, LOUGH DAN, TEL: +353
(0)1 281 7027, WWW.LOUGHDANHOUSE.COM
EAT: SHELBY’S BRASSERIE
Since opening in 2007, Bert and Michelle
Egan’s brasserie has become the toast
of the town. Try the lamb burger with
mozzarella and tomato-and-fennel jam.
73 MAIN STREET, BRAY, TEL: +353 (0)1 276
8894, WWW.SHELBYSBRASSERIE.COM
VISIT: POWERSCOURT HOUSE AND
GARDENS
Nestled at the foothills of the Wicklow
Mountains, Powerscourt ofers visitors a
blend of sweeping terraces, ornamental
lakes, walled gardens and over 200
variations of trees and shrubs. Bring
the camera.
POWERSCOURT ESTATE, ENNISKERRY, TEL:
+353 (0)1 204 6000, WWW.POWERSCOURT.IE
FLYTO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BRISTOL
IRELAND
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The size in km
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Ireland’s largest county
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T: (0) 1 453 9472 Office
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F: (0) 1 454 6374
E: tours@stpatrickscathedral.ie
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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral has
contributed much to Irish life
throughout its long history
(it was founded in 1191).
Jonathan Swift was Dean of Saint
Patrick’s from 1713-1745, during
which time he expressed his “savage
indignation”at the appalling social
conditions in Ireland, and wrote his
masterpiece Gulliver’s travels. He also
was Dean when Handel’s Messiah
received its frst performance in 1742
sung by the combined choirs of Saint
Patrick’s and Christ Church cathedrals.
A permanent exhibition interprets
and compliments this unique 13
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century gothic building, which serves
both as a fascinating place to visit
and a dynamic place of worship.
SAINT PATRICK’S
CATHEDRAL
OPEN DAIILY
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feel the magi c! 20 charming rooms
provided with all comforts
1 meeting room (up to 70 people)
1 meeting room (up to 20 people)
The fitness room and the beauty room
The Solarium overlooking the sea
The Roof Garden dominating the roof tops
of the ancient village of Giovinazzo
in an old benedictine monastry
only 9 km. far from
the Bari Palese Airport
where the time
seems to stand still !
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EAT: OSTERIA ISTRIANO
One of Trieste’s best osterie, this
informal, rustic restaurant specialises in
delicious home-cooked seasonal food.
Try mouth-watering starters like octopus
with polenta dishes followed by tempting
mains such as pumpkin and prawn soup,
and sardines fried in breadcrumbs.
6 RIVA GRUMULA, TEL: +39 040 306664
DRINK: BIRE
Visit this artisan brewer for a frothy pint
or jug of excellent local beer from their
small menu. Situated along Trieste’s
seafront, its high ceilings, wooden
benches and old-fashioned bar counter
all create a warm atmosphere.
2B RIVA GRUMULA, TEL: +39 040 311398,
WWW.BIRE.IT
STAY: HOTEL VIS A VIS
There are regular art exhibitions in the
lobby of this boutique hotel (pictured),
whose minimalist glass-and-metal
design and Le Corbusier furniture make
it a stylish retreat. Tucked away behind
Piazza Unità d’Italia, its refined rooms
all come with an Illy cofee machine as
standard. Doubles from €118.
1 PIAZZA DELLO SQUERO VECCHIO, TEL: +39
040 760 0011, WWW.HOTELVISAVIS.NET
SHOP: ILLYTECA
Trieste is the home of Illy, and a range of its
products, from espresso machines to the
iconic red and silver jars, are packed into
this slick little store. You can also shop for
chocolates, teas and fine wines.
2A VIA LUIGI EINAUDI
FLY TO TRIESTE FROM FIVE DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BRUSSELS (CHARLEROI)
BOLOGNA
EAT: TRATTORIA BATTIBECCO
Bologna is a city known for its appetite,
and this upmarket, creative restaurant
serves up plenty of rich dishes, from
braised suckling pig fillet to tender lamb
chops in pistachio crust. Check out the
selection of fish dishes, too.
4 VIA BATTIBECCO, TEL: +39 051 223298,
WWW.BATTIBECCO.COM
DRINK: GAMBERINI
Where better to drink your afternoon
cofee or early-evening tipple than at this
100-year-old café, whose chandeliers and
marble counter tops whisk you back to the
old world. Colourful pastries are on ofer.
12 VIA UGO BASSI, TEL: +39 051 296 0467,
WWW.GAMBERINI.EU
STAY: HOTEL TOURING
This family-run hotel in the historic
centre (pictured) ofers a choice of
Classic or Gold rooms, the latter having
recently been given a chic makeover with
fine fabrics, flatscreen TVs and balconies
that ofer views over the city. You can also
eye up the panorama from the rooftop
jacuzzi. Doubles from €89.
1-2 VIA DE’ MATTUIANI, TEL: +39 051 584305,
HTTP://HOTELTOURING.IT
SEE: MAMBO
A former municipal bakery, this vast
gallery holds about 5,000 works, dating
from 1945 to the present day. Its latest
show, Arte Povera 1968, revisits the work
of influential Italian artists of the 1960s.
14 VIA DON GIOVANNI MINZONI, TEL: +39 051
649 6611, HTTP://MAMBO-BOLOGNA.ORG
FLY TO BOLOGNA FROM 26 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING PARIS (BEAUVAIS)
PALERMO
EAT: LA CANBUSA
Freshly grilled swordfish, bream and
snapper await at this friendly fish
restaurant near the marina. In the
centre of the room is a wooden boat
which looks as though it might sink
due to the heavy antipasti cargo of
oily sardines, olives, artichokes and
sundried tomatoes.
16 PIAZZA MARINA, TEL: +39 091 584574,
WWW.LACAMBUSA.IT
DRINK: GRANDE ALBERGO SOLE
You don’t need to be a guest at this
luxury hotel to enjoy the fantastic views
from the rooftop bar (pictured), which
overlooks Piazza Pretoria. Head here
in the early evening for an aperitif and
watch the sun go down over the city’s
patchwork of domes and rooftops.
291 CORSO VITTORIO EMANUELE,
TEL: +39 091 604 1111,
WWW.GRANDEALBERGOSOLE.IT
STAY: MASSIMO PLAZA HOTEL
Looking out over the landmark Teatro
Massimo, this elegantly decorated hotel
has rooms that feature parquet floors
and warm colours, as well as mod-cons
like flatscreen TVs and wi-fi.
437 VIA MAQUEDA, TEL: +39 091 325657,
WWW.MASSIMOPLAZAHOTEL.COM
SEE: LO SPASIMO
An atmospheric setting for concerts and
exhibitions, this former church complex,
with its bombed-out roof, was built in
1506. Drop in and see what’s on.
13 VIA DELLO SPASIMO
FLY TO PALERMO FROM EIGHT DESTINA-
TIONS, INCLUDING LONDON STANSTED
ITALY
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The year the University of Bologna was
founded, making it the world’s oldest
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STAY: SHAKESPEARE
BOUTIQUE HOTEL
This literature-themed hotel ofers the
capital’s quirkiest and most charming
accommodation. Each room is decorated
with a diferent author in mind, such
as Hardy or Wilde. Escape far from the
madding crowd. Doubles from €104.
8 BERNARDINU, TEL: +370 5266 5885
EAT: RESTAURANT LOKYS
Unless you’re vegetarian, in which case a
traditional Lithuanian restaurant probably
isn’t for you, head straight to the “hunting
menu”at Lokys, where you’ll find quail,
boar, deer and beaver. Yes, beaver stew,
which tastes a lot like beef. The grand
15th-century building adds authenticity
to the medieval theme.
8 STIKLIU, TEL: +370 5262 9046,
WWW.LOKYS.LT
DRINK: BAMBALYNE BEER BAR
There are over 80 Lithuanian beers on sale
at Bambalyne (pictured) and most are
strong, dark and inexpensive – a potentially
dangerous combination! Traditional bar
snacks on ofer include smoked pig’s nose.
7 STIKLIU, TEL: +370 5240 5670,
WWW.BAMBALYNE.LT
VIEW: MINISTRY OF FLUXUS
Anything goes at this large, central
arts venue. Fluxus was an unorthodox,
unpredictable art movement, and this
building is home to Vilnius’s young
creatives. See an exhibition, performance
art, live music and more.
27 GEDIMINO
FLY TO VILNIUS FROM SIX DESTINATIONS
INCLUDING BREMEN
KAUNAS
STAY: HOTEL KAUNAS
It takes gumption to name a new hotel
after the city its in, but Hotel Kaunas
gets away with it because this is the
best accommodation in town. It’s a
central, smart, stylish business hotel with
attractive rooms, competitive prices,
friendly staf and a small swimming pool.
Doubles from LT310 (€90).
79 LAISVES AVENUE, TEL: 370 3775 0850,
WWW.KAUNASHOTEL.LT
EAT: BERNELIU UZEIGA
Carb dodgers should beware: traditional
food is the speciality at this restaurant
chain – it’s meat, cheese and potato all
the way. It’s all tasty and the cheery vibe
and low prices make for a great night out.
9 M VALANCIAUS, TEL: +370 3720 0913,
WWW.BERNELIUUZEIGA.EU

DRINK: AVILYS
Avilys is a fantastic example of
something Lithuania excels at – the
brewpub. In this atmospheric 18th-
century building, two quality beers are
produced in-house. You can also try beer
cocktails, beer shots, and – tasting better
than it sounds – beer soup.
34 VILNIAUS, TEL: +370 6866 8525,
WWW.AVILYS.LT
SEE: BASKETBALL
Basketball is the king of sports in
Lithuania (pictured), and it’s always fun
catching a match at the Zalgaris Arena,
the largest indoor arena in the Baltics.
50 KARALIAUS MINDAUGO,
WWW.ZALGIRIOARENA.LT
FLY TO KAUNAS FROM 18 DESTINATIONS
INCLUDING BRISTOL
DRUSKININKAI
STAY: EUROPA ROYALE
This hotel boasts the perfect location –
it’s directly connected to Druskininkai’s
famous natural spa. The rooms are
comfortable and spacious, there’s a gym
and an indoor pool, and, best of all, a
ten-pin bowling alley. Doubles from €50.
7 VILNIAUS AVENUE, TEL: +370 313 42221,
WWW.GROUPEUROPA.COM
EAT: KOLONADA
Try to fit in a visit to this renovated music
hall from the 1920s. When Kolonada
opened its doors in the mid-90s, it began
to revive the glory days, with weekend
gigs and a long and varied food menu.
22 KURDIKOS GATVE, TEL: +370 313 53409,
WWW.DRUSKININKUKOLONADA.LT
SKI: SNOW ARENA
One of the world’s biggest indoor ski
resorts, and the first in the Baltics. There’s
a 460m-long, 50m-wide indoor slope and
a 640m-long outdoor slope. Plus a ski
school, snowboard jumps, and a choice of
restaurants and bars.
2 NEMUNO KELIAS, TEL: +370 313 69699,
WWW.SNOWARENA.LT
REJUVENATE: GRAND SPA
The Grand Spa (pictured) is one
reason why people have been visiting
Druskininkai for almost 200 years. The
spa opened in the mid-19th century,
based on the belief that the local water
keeps ill health at bay. Try a hot 20-minute
mud bath and leave feeling rejuvenated.
45 V KUDIRKOS, TEL: +370 313 51200
WWW.GRANDSPA.LT
FLYTO KAUNAS FROM 18 DESTINATIONS
INCLUDING OSLO (RYGGE)
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The length in feet of a basketball court.
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AGADIR
STAY: SOFITEL AGADIR
ROYALBAY RESORT
A palatial resort right on the beach, the
Sofitel is one of the top hotels in Agadir.
The So Good restaurant is arguably the
hippest venue in town, while the lively
So Fun bar is the spot for a nightcap.
Doubles from MAD1,550 (€140).
BAIE DES PALMIERS, TEL: +212 528 820088,
WWW.SOFITEL.COM
EAT: LA SCALA
There’s no shortage of great-value
Moroccan food available in Agadir, but
upscale European food is less plentiful.
La Scala fills the gap, with a tranquil
garden setting and Italian dishes such as
beef carpaccio and salmon tagliatelle.
RUE DE L’OUED SOUSS, TEL: +212 048 846773
PINCH AND PUTT: GOLF DU SOLEIL
In the winter months, golfers can escape
to Agadir and play in the sun (pictured).
The views from Golf du Soleil’s three
courses (one 18-hole and two nine-hole)
are spectacular, all set in a eucalyptus-
fringed forest with a view of the Atlas
mountains. Tuition available for all levels.
WWW.GOLFDUSOLEIL.COM
SURF: TAGHAZOUT
This small fishing village just outside
Agadir is one of North Africa’s top
destinations for surfing, with year-round
sunshine and year-round waves. A laid-
back, hippy-ish kind of place to sit back
and watch the days slip away. See Surf
Maroc for deals on surfing holidays here.
WWW.SURFMAROC.CO.UK
FLYTO AGADIR FROM EIGHT DESTINA-
TIONS INCLUDING BRUSSELS (CHARLEROI)
MARRAKESH
STAY: RIAD TCHAIKANA
A haven of calm at the heart of
Marrakesh’s old town, this riad (pictured)
is hard to find but easy to love. Its leafy
courtyard is the ideal place to unwind
and relax after a long day of exploring the
labyrinthine medina, and the three suites
and two rooms are beautifully decorated.
Doubles from 900 MAD (€80).
25 DERB EL FERRANE, AZBEST QUARTER,
MEDINA, TEL: +212 524 385150
EAT: LE FOUNDOUK
The large, atmospheric Le Foundouk is a
great choice for a celebratory meal with
family or friends. The Moroccan fare such
as the rabbit pastilla (a sweet, flaky pie)
is exquisite, but you can also order Italian,
French or Thai dishes.
55 SOUK HAL FASSI, TEL: +212 524 378190,
WWW.FOUNDOUK.COM
DRINK: L’APERO
This place opened in late-2011 and it’s
already the most popular bar in town. It’s
a cool, classy venue with superb cocktails
(try the raspberry mojito), tapas-style
dishes, good music and a large terrace.
3 RUE ABOU HAYANE TAOUHIDI
SHOP: SOUK CHERIFIA BOUTIQUES
On the first floor of Souk Cherifa, several
small shops sell handmade clothes,
crafts and accessories. Keep an eye
out for Lalla (www.lalla.fr), a showcase
for Laetitia Trouillet’s accessories and
vintage clothing, and Sissi, which stocks
handmade pillows, purses and shoes.
SOUK CHERIFIA, MEDINA
FLY TO MARRAKESH FROM 14
DESTINATIONS INCLUDING PORTO
FEZ
STAY: RIAD NUMERO 9
Book early to have any hope of snagging
one of the three bedrooms at this
delightfully restored 18th-century house
located at the heart of Fez’s magical
medina. A large family or small group can
arrange to rent the entire riad. Doubles
from 1,100MAD (€100).
WWW.RIAD9.COM
EAT: CAFE CLOCK
Mike Richardson, previously maître d’ at
the Wolseley in London, is a fusion-
food pioneer. He created Café Clock’s
(pictured) famous camel burger, which
continues to see tourists flock here. If
you’re not in the mood for a dromedary
dinner, Café Clock also serves up a
delicious array of mezze dishes.
7 DERB EL MAGANA, MEDINA, TEL: +212 535
637855, WWW.CAFECLOCK.COM
DRINK: L’ALCAZAR BAR
Within L’Amber restaurant is a
contemporary lounge bar with a tranquil
atmosphere thanks to its Moorish-style
interiors. The cocktail list is extensive and
there’s a cigar lounge if you’re so inclined.
5 DERB BEN SLIMANE, FEZ MEDINA, TEL: +212
535 947610, WWW.RESTAURANTFES.COM
VISIT: MEKNES
An easy day trip by train, Meknes is
Morocco’s third imperial city after
Marrakesh and Fez, and it’s a UNESCO
World Heritage site. It’s excellent for
restaurants, bars and shopping. The
Roman ruins at Volubilis are a short taxi
ride from central Meknes.
FLYTO FEZ FROM EIGHT DESTINATIONS
INCLUDING MILAN (BERGAMO)
MOROCCO
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The population
of Morocco
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to €150 (£135 or $225)
dependent on rooms and season.
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you to a heaven of luxury and
quiet in the heart of the Medina.
Located a stone’s throw away
from the picturesque markets
of Marrakesh and the famous
Jemaa El Fna Square.
The hotel comprises a sunny
patio, a pool, a romantic rooftop
terrace with panoramic view of
the Atlas mountains, a Hammam
(Moroccan sauna) and eight
comfortable bedrooms.
All our rooms offer A/C and
heating, in-room guest safes and
riad-wide free Wifi internet.
+ 212 524 383 145
contact@riad-hibiscus.com
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EAT: RINC0N DE PEPE
In the 60s and 70s, if you wanted to
know what Murcian cuisine was like,
you went to the Rincón de Pepe. Since
then many of the traditional dishes it
championed can be found in restaurants
throughout the region but the original is
still as popular as ever. The paparajotes
(a dessert made from lemon leaves) are
unique to this part of Spain.
34 APOSTELES, TEL: +34 968 212239,
WWW.RESTAURANTERINCONDEPEPE.COM
DRINK: BAR WARHOL
Nobody will be surprised to learn that a
bar named after Andy Warhol is situated
right next to the university and highly
popular with students who want to settle
down for a chat over a drink or three.
25 CALLE VICTORIO
STAY: HOTEL LA MARIPOSA
This peaceful hotel is less than a two-
hour drive from the lively resort of La
Manga but if you’re sat on the terrace
looking out over the Sierra Espuña park it
feels like a diferent world. There are just
five double rooms, two apartments and a
family suite. Doubles from €49.
67 CASA DEL ESTANCO, TEL: +34 968
631008, WWW.HOTELLAMARIPOSA.COM
SEE: LA MURALLA DE SANTA EULALIA
Enthusiastic guides at this little wooden
visitors’ centre (pictured) will explain
all about ancient Arab wall which is on
display here. Pop in and see it.
PLAZA DE SANTA EULALIA, TEL: +34 968
221612, WWW.MURCIATURISTICA.ES
FLY TO MURCIA FROM SIX DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING LIVERPOOL
VALENCIA
EAT: LA BODEGUILLA DEL GATO
The clientèle may be young and cool
but they’re not too cool to eat the same
food that their great-grandparents
might have enjoyed when they were
young. That means classic Spanish
comfort food such as crujientes de
queso (fried cheese). Be prepared to
loosen your belt a notch or two.
10 CALLE CATALANS, TEL: +34 963 918235
DRINK: CAFE EL NEGRITO
A small, bohemian kind of place, with art
on the walls and alt-rock on the stereo.
On warm nights tables spill out across
the whole of Plaza Negrito.
1 PLAZA NEGRITO, TEL: +34 963 914233
STAY: VALENCIA MANSION
There are just three rooms sharing two
bathrooms here, but with elegant design
and cava at brunch, the place feels
almost like a five-star. Doubles from €80.
6 BARRIO DEL CARMEN,
WWW.VALENCIAMANSION.COM
SEE: LAS FALLAS MUSEUM
The Las Fallas festival in Valencia (pictured)
runs from 15-19 March. This is when the
locals set up large papier-mâché statues
called ninots throughout the city and
then gleefully burn all their hard work (as
seen on page 17 of this issue). If you can’t
make it that week, though, a trip to the
Las Fallas museum, where you can enjoy
seeing the lucky ninots that escaped
from the flames, is the next best thing.
4 PLAZA DE MONTEOLIVETE, TEL: +34 963
525478, WWW.FALLAS.COM
FLY TO VALENCIA FROM 25 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING MARRAKESH
ALICANTE
EAT: MESON DE LABRADORES
The name means “the labourers’ bar”
and the kitchen team’s lovingly prepared
patatas pobres (potatoes fried in olive
oil), garlic prawns and montaditos
(messy little sandwiches) are exactly the
kind of thing you’d savour after a hard’s
day work – we imagine!
19 CALLE LABRADORES,
TEL: +34 965 204846
DRINK: LA TETERIA WASLALA
A teteria means a tea shop but this is
definitely not your average tea shop.
It only opens in the evenings and sells
cocktails as well as over 100 diferent teas
in an edgy, salon setting.
7 CALLE ARGENSOLA
STAY: HOTEL AMERIGO
On the bedside table here you find a book
with advice on getting to sleep. Hotel
Amerigo is in the lively El Barrio district,
but this former convent – now part of the
Hospes chain – is a haven of peace and
tranquillity. Doubles from €105.
7 RAFAEL ALTAMIRA, TEL: +34 965 146570,
WWW.HOSPES.COM/ES/HOTEL-ALICANTE-
AMERIGO
SEE: MUSEO DE ARTE
CONTEMPORANEO
The must-visit MACA (pictured) has a
beautifully displayed collection including
works by Picasso, Bacon, Dali and Miró,
as well as the Alicante artists Juana
Francés and Eusebio Sempere.
3 PLAZA DE SANTA MARIA, 03002, TEL: +34
965 213156, WWW.MACA-ALICANTE.ES
FLY TO ALICANTE FROM 27 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING DUBLIN
SPAIN
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The number of skyscrapers in Benidorm –
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MANCHESTER
EAT: VELVET HOTEL
Plush design, thoughtful service and
attention to detail make this boutique hotel
(pictured) rather special. Centrally located
among the vibrant bars of Canal Street, it’s
ideal for recovering in after a night on the
town. Doubles from £109 (€130).
2 CANAL STREET, TEL: +44 (0)161 236 9003,
WWW.VELVETMANCHESTER.COM
EAT: YANG SING
Manchester’s Chinatown is one of the
largest in Europe, and for some of the best
dim sum in the neighbourhood hit Yang
Sing, where staf will guide you through the
array of Cantonese specialities.
34 PRINCESS STREET, TEL: +44 (0)161 236
2200, WWW.YANG-SING.COM
DRINK: TROF
With its labyrinthine layout, comfy sofas
and superb selection of world beers, Trof
is one of the Northern Quarter’s hippest
haunts. It’s also a great place to grab a
bite to eat. Head here between 5pm and
8pm to take advantage of happy hour.
8 THOMAS ST, TEL: +44 (0)161 833 3197,
WWW.TROFNQ.CO.UK
SEE: JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY
This Victorian edifice is a must for
architecture fans as well as bookworms.
Its treasures include illuminated
medieval manuscripts and the St John
Fragment of the New Testament. Plus
artist Nicola Dale’s installation of 3,500
“candles” made from old book pages.
150 DEANSGATE, TEL: +44 (0)161 306 0555,
WWW.LIBRARY.MANCHESTER.AC.UK
FLYTO MANCHESTER FROM 10
DESTINATION INCLUDING MADRID
LONDON
STAY: ZETTER HOTEL
London’s Clerkenwell district ofers a mix
of hip restaurants, traditional-pubs, and
design studios. Stay in the heart of it all in
the cool and contemporary Zetter Hotel.
Doubles from £222 (€266).
86-88 CLERKENWELL ROAD, LONDON EC1M,
TEL: +44 (0)20 7324 4444,
WWW.THEZETTER.COM
EAT: ASSAGETTI
Italian tapas is the concept at this
restaurant on Haymarket, where you can
feast on several small portions of dishes
such as beef tagliata and wild mushroom
risotto. Perfect for a pre-theatre dinner.
71 HAYMARKET, LONDON SW1Y, TEL: +44 (0)20
7839 3939, WWW.ASSAGGETTI.CO.UK
DRINK: DIRTY MARTINI
The newest branch of this small chain of
cocktail bars (pictured) is close to the
shopping meccas of Oxford Street and
Bond Street. Try the Breakfast Martini,
made with marmalade.
11-12 RUSSELL STREET, LONDON WC2B,
TEL: +44 (0)844 371 2550,
WWW.DIRTYMARTINI.UK.COM
SEE: GILLIAN WEARING
From 28 March – 17 June the Whitechapel
Gallery presents the work of Turner Prize-
winner Gillian Wearing, whose photographs
and films explore thorny issues of personal
identity. This major exhibition includes
some private viewing booths.
77–82 WHITECHAPEL HIGH STREET, LONDON
E1, TEL:+ 44 (0)20 7522 7888,
WWW.WHITECHAPELGALLERY.ORG
FLY TO LONDON (GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100 DESTINATIONS
BRISTOL
STAY: FUTURE INN
This spacious, airy three-star is centrally
located and combines comfy beds with
contemporary decor. For retail therapy
head next door to the Cabot Circus
shopping centre. Doubles from £69 (€82).
BOND STREET SOUTH,
TEL: +44 (0)845 094 5588,
WWW.FUTUREINNS.CO.UK/BRISTOL-HOTELS
VISIT: SS GREAT BRITAIN
Relive the sights, sounds and smells of
a 19th-century steamship (pictured).
The wrought-iron masterpiece by local
hero Isambard Kingdom Brunel is open
every day on the Harbourside dock, and
features a raft of fun activities for kids.
A family group ticket costs around £30.
GREAT WESTERN DOCKYARD, TEL: +44 (0)117
926 0680, WWW.SSGREATBRITAIN.ORG
DRINK: HARVEYS CELLARS
The birthplace of Harveys Bristol Cream
reopened in January as an upmarket bar.
Sip a range of sherries and cocktails and
order tapas, surrounded by memorabilia
celebrating the city’s signature drink.
12 DENMARK STREET, TEL: +44 (0)117 929
4812, WWW.HARVEYSCELLARS.CO.UK
EAT: PRIMROSE CAFE
A busy bistro nestled in a picturesque
Victorian arcade. Hearty breakfasts and
mezze-style lunches give way to a classy,
seasonal evening menu, and on weekdays a
three-course dinner costs less than £20 (€23).
Try the pork,sourced from their own pigs.
1 CLIFTON ARCADE, TEL: +44 (0)117 946 6577,
WWW.PRIMROSECAFE.CO.UK
FLY TO BRISTOL FROM 23 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING MILAN (BERGAMO)
UK
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The number of years that Queen Elizabeth II has been
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RYANAIR’S CUSTOMER
SERVICE STATISTICS
Ryanair is committed to publishing its customer
service statistics each month, which showed again
in December that Ryanair is No. 1 for customer
service and the most punctual airline in Europe,
beating easyJet every week since 2003.
CUSTOMER SERVICE STATISTICS
DECEMBER 2011 (32,000 FLIGHTS)
On-time flights 89%
Complaints per 1,000 pax 0.81
Baggage complaints per 1,000 pax 0.46
Complaints answered
within seven days 99%
MORE CUSTOMER SERVICE
ENHANCEMENTS
ONLINE CHECK IN AND PRIORITY BOARDING
All passengers now check-in online using Ryanair’s
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departure, making it easier than ever before to avoid
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is now available in 10 languages, so it’s never been
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time you fly.
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Due to performance limits set down by Boeing, Rya-
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The most punctual airline, with the fewest
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The latest published on-time statistics of the Association of
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RYANAIR NO. 1 ON-TIME
MAJOR AIRLINE IN EUROPE*
AIRLINE RANKING %
Ryanair 1 93
Lufthansa 2 85
Air France 3 83
British Airways 3 83
Aer Lingus 4 82
Iberia 5 70
easyJet 6 68
MAJOR AIRLINES FOR FEWEST LOST BAGS*
AIRLINE RANKING BAGGAGE LOST

per 1,000 passengers
Ryanair 1 0.36
Lufthansa 2 11
British Airways 3 16
TAP 4 17
Air France 5 19
easyJet RTP
Aer Lingus RTP
*Source: Ryanair, Aer Lingus, easyJet and Association of European Airlines
published statistics (2009) RTP = Refused to Publish
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Passengers who choose Ryanair are doing
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airlines.
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may contain nuts or traces of nuts
Howto pay for purchases: For your convenience we accept all major currencies, MasterCardandVisa credit cards. Rates
available. Ryanair does not accept cheques or travellers cheques onboard. Passengers are askedtocheck their change/credit
cardreceipt andpurchases at the time of receipt as errors cannot be rectifiedafter the flight. Due tocustoms regulations,
goods may not be exchangedonboard. If you have a complaint, please write to: Customer Service Department, POBox 11451,
Swords, CoDublin, Ireland. After anonboardpurchase, goods cannot be exchangedandmonies will not be refunded, unless
the itemwas damagedat the time of purchase. As space restrictions limit the number of items we carry, please accept our
apologies if your first choice is not available today. Your cabincreware familiar withall items onboardandwill be happy to
suggest analternative. Prices andrates of exchange are monitoredcarefully andare subject tochange without notice.
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Sampar 3 Day Weekend
Sampar 3 Day Weekend is the first melanin producing
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Urban Decay 24/7 Shadow Pencil Stash

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Sampar Glamour Shot
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Urban Decay Mariposa Palette
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Givenchy Gentleman
A distinguished fragrance combining vigour and
character. Woody and aromatic.
50ml
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Givenchy Very Irresistible
With its pink shower of rose petals, illuminated by star anise, for
an Eau de Toilette so elegant, spontaneous and irresistible! Get a
free 15ml of the fragrance with this exclusive ofer for travellers.
50ml & 15ml
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Givenchy Phenomenon Eyes Mascara
Try the new revolutionary mascara, with its totally
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Mister Lash Booster
Brand new technology, fortifying serum for lashes. Use
alone or under mascara to intensify your look.
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Givenchy Play For Her

Floral, woody and fruity. With top notes of bergamot
and sweet pea. Heart notes of amyris wood and tiare
flower and base notes of sandalwood and musk.
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Givenchy Travel Make Up Pallette 2011
Contains: Mini eye liner pencil black; Prisme Blush;
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A rush of mandarin and pink pepper gives way to heady lilac and geranium, laced
with the succulent tactility of peach. Base notes of patchouli convey a message of
strength, whilst the voluptuousness of amber suggests deep femininity. 50ml
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Gucci Guilty Pour Homme
This scent opens with invigorating Italian lemon and mandarin, turns into an aphrodisiac
cardamom note to end with patchouli and sandalwood gleaming with amber to create a
robustly earthy, yet suggestively exotic sensuality of profound masculinity. 50ml
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D&G No 3 - L’imperatrice – for her
The Star. Flamboyant and energetic, for L’Impératrice, life is a movie
and she is its heroine. Succulent exotic fruits and bright pink florals give
way to a musky, appetite-arousing base. 100ml
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D&G No 11 - La Force – for him
The Achiever. For men for whom action is the driving passion, La Force is the scent of a life
without limits. Nothing is ever impossible when La Force is at the helm. La Force has a masculine
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notes dominated by vanilla bourbon. An iron fist in a velvet glove. 100ml
€36.00
Dolce & Gabbana Rose the One
Dolce & Gabbana rose the one is the breathtaking realisation of a contemporary feminine
floral, and a deftly sensual paean to the eternal romance of the rose. In a spirit of high
romance, Dolce & Gabbana invites you to become part of a ravishing new chapter in
the story of the one. Lavishly feminine, the woman who embraces rose the one is a
mischievously beguiling yet tender coquette. 50ml
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Dolce & Gabbana The One Gentleman
Dolce & Gabbana the one gentleman: The essence of the Dolce & Gabbana
man. The sophisticated new scent from Dolce & Gabbana, the one gentleman, is a bottled
homage to the modern gentleman. Refined elegance and cultivated ease allow him to
efortlessly master any given situation. The one gentleman is the ultimate connoisseur’s scent:
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CK Ladies Coffret (Jewels)
Perfect for the sophisticated modern woman, this exclusive collection
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CK Shock Him
CK SHOCK for him opens with pure freshness with juicy clementine and
a crisp cucumber layer, while the heart pulsates with black pepper and
cardamon spiced with black basil. Edgy, sexy and impulsive.
€30.00
CK Mens Coffret (Jewels)
Calvin Klein Deluxe Travel Collection Men’s Miniature Cofret. Ideal for the modern man on
the go, this best-selling collection consists of: Euphoria Men (EDT, 10 ml); Eternity for Men
(EDT, 10 ml); CK one (EDT, 10 ml); Eternity for Men Aqua (EDT, 10ml); CK free; (EDT, 10 ml).
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CK SHOCK for her opens with a fierce bouquet of passion flower, pink
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SJP NYC
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Glow by J Lo
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YSL Belle D’Opium
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Versace Vanitas
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Versace Pour Homme
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Just Diferent features an innovative blend of fresh
minty coolness and an unexpected flourish of soft,
woody warm tones. An unconventional, surprising
and fresh scent that will leave you invigorated,
curious and ready to see things diferently.
€35.00
Viktor Rolf Flowerbomb
Full-bodied and opulent, Flowerbomb explodes in a
bouquet of sensations with its addictive floral notes
which leave their trail like a whirlwind that is distinctly
couture. Key ingredients include centifolia rose, India
osmanthus, catleya orchid and sambac jasmine.
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