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RYANAIRMAGAZINE
93–109
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
WEST COAST STORY
Take a road trip from
Dingle to Doolin this winter
and soak up the sights,
sounds, hospitality and
craic of Ireland’s gorgeous
western coast. It’s the
perfect time to go.
43
MARRAKESH ON
THE GROUND
Our in-depth guide to the
best places to stay, eat,
drink, dance and sight-see
in this magical city. All
you need to start planning
your next trip.
80
THE CITY OF
BASKETBALL, BEER
AND BOHEMIANS
There’s even more to Vilnius
than its celebrated historic
architecture. As a travel
destination, it’s entering a
whole new chapter.
74
PARIS IN COLOUR
The stark skies of January
make the rich colours
of Paris’ streets even more
vivid. A photographer
explains how the colours of
the French capital inspired
her work.
Issue 59
LONDON
EAT: SENKAI
Want to combine healthy living and fine
dining? Feast on sustainably sourced sushi,
organic vegetable tempura and more at
this restaurant (pictured) tucked away near
Piccadilly Circus.
CORNEROFAIRSTREET, 65 REGENTSTREET
LONDONW1B, TEL: +44 (0)207494 7600,
WWW.SENKAIRESTAURANT.COM
SEE: NOISES OFF
This farcical play by Michael Frayn is
all about a theatre company staging a
(diferent) farcical play. Abefuddling –and
totally hilarious –piece of meta-art.
THE OLDVIC, THE CUT, LONDONSE1,
TEL: +44 (0)844 871 7628,
WWW.OLDVICTHEATRE.COM
DRINK: BUBBLEOLOGY
MANCHESTER
STAY: HILTON MANCHESTER
DEANSGATE
You can’t really miss this Hilton as it’s
located within the vast, glass-fronted
BeethamTower. Its Cloud 23 bar is a well-
known and the hotel has just added a spa,
Spa 303. Doubles from£149(€175).
303 DEANSGATE, TEL: +44 (0)161
8701600, WWW.HILTON.CO.UK/
MANCHESTERDEANSGATE
SEE: GRAYSONPERRY: VISUAL
DIALOGUES
Working with a group of youngsters aged
15 to 18. Manchester Art Gallery has
created this display looking at the work
of contemporary artist Grayson Perry. It
features two pieces by Perry himself.
See it from 1-12 February.
MOSLEYSTREET, TEL: +44 (0)161 235 8888,
EDINBURGH
STAY: OLDWAVERLEYHOTEL
There’s been a hotel in this same spot
on Princes Street for 150years, and for a
three-star, the OldWaverley has a positively
sumptuous, old-world feel –without the
crazy prices to match. You’ll likely findyour
roomhas pretty drapes and chandeliers.
Doubles from£80(€94).
43 PRINCES STREET, TEL: +44 (0)131 556
4648, WWW.THEEDINBURGHCOLLECTION.
COM/OLDWAVERLEY
EAT: OLOROSO
Enjoy uncommonly good views across
the Edinburgh skyline and traditional
Scottish dishes at Oloroso (pictured). Try
smoked salmon with Oloroso sherry for
example, or a classic haggis.
33 CASTLE STREET, TEL: +44 (0)131 226 7614,
WWW.OLOROSO.CO.UK
UK
NUMBER CRUNCHER
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that are part of the hyena family) at EdinburghZoo
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MANCHESTER
STAY: HILTON MANCHESTER
DEANSGATE
You can’t really miss this Hilton as it’s
located within the vast, glass-fronted
BeethamTower. Its Cloud 23 bar is a well-
known and the hotel has just added a spa,
Spa 303. Doubles from£149(€175).
303 DEANSGATE, TEL: +44 (0)161
8701600, WWW.HILTON.CO.UK/
MANCHESTERDEANSGATE
SEE: GRAYSONPERRY: VISUAL
DIALOGUES
Working with a group of youngsters aged
15 to 18. Manchester Art Gallery has
created this display looking at the work
of contemporary artist Grayson Perry. It
features two pieces by Perry himself.
See it from 1-12 February.
MOSLEYSTREET TEL 44 (0) MOSLEYSTREET, TEL: +44 (0)161 235 8888 161 235 8888,
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EAT: LAPASSERELLE DUCLAIR DE LUNE
The riches of the sea are featured on the
menu here, but this is not any old fish
place: think seared tuna with coriander
seeds, sea bass in ginger sauce, grilled
John Dory with oat risotto and morels…
all served up with an ocean view.
3 AVENUE GEORGE V,
TEL:+33 (0)2 9916 9637,
WWW.LA-PASSERELLE-RESTAURANT.COM
STAY: VILLA REINE HORTENSE
Here’s a chance to stay in one of those
amazing 19th-century villas that Dinard
is known for (pictured). Built by a
mysterious Russian prince, it features
Napoleon III-style furniture and fixtures
and charming salons for tea sipping.
Doubles from€150.
19 RUE DE LA MALOUINE, TEL: +33 (0)2 9946
5431, WWW.VILLA-REINE-HORTENSE.COM
SOAK: THALASSA DINARD
Pamper yourself with seawater
treatments at this thalassotherapy
spa perched on a rocky promontory
overlooking the ocean. Hydromassage,
seaweed wraps, body scrubs, and
reflexology are on ofer, plus a variety of
pools filled with purified seawater.
1 AVENUE DU CHATEAU HEBERT TEL 33
PARIS

STAY: HOTELBANKE
Banke is a sumptuous, boutique four-star
with a brilliant location right by Galeries
Lafayette. The warm-toned interiors
blend period features with contemporary
furnishings such as Philippe Starck
stools. The entrance hall (pictured) really
has the wow-factor. Doubles from€180.
20RUE LAFAYETTE,
TEL: +33 (0)1 5533 2222,
WWW.DERBYHOTELS.COM/EN/HOTEL-BANKE
SEE: MUSEE D’ORSAY
The scafolding has finally come down,
and now everyone can admire the Musée
d’Orsay’s latest face lift. Converted
froma Belle Epoque train station into
a museumin 1986, it was high time
for a little TLC. The displays have been
overhauled, new gallery spaces have
opened up, and there’s a new café, too.
62 RUE DE LILLE, TEL: +33 (0)1 4049 4814,
WWW.MUSEE-ORSAY.FR
EAT: LE FELTEU
Blink and you’ll miss this little place, but
that would be a shame because you’d
miss out on hearty servings of excellent
bistro fare, like rib steak, duck magret
and potatoes gratin dauphinois.
15 RUE PECQUAY
MARSEILL
EAT: LATABLE RONDE
Gourmet dining option
Marseille, and of cours
speciality. But when yo
classic, well-made lunc
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this is the place to com
24 RUE SYLVABELLE, TEL
6883, WWW.LATABLERO
STAY: NEWHOTELVIE
This light, airy-feeling
the Old Port and close
historic centre, within
cultural attractions like
Theatre. It’s a great fin
Doubles from€70.
3 BIS RUE REINE-ELISAB
9199 2323, WWW.NEW-H
SEE: MUSEE D’ARTCO
DE MARSEILLE
Marseille’s contempor
referred to as the Mac
mid-1990s and is hom
diverse collection of pi
1960s onwards. Make
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FRANCE
NUMBER CRUNCHER
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The number of “immortals”, or
members, of the Académie Française
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69 SKI HERE NOW
Patrick Thorne, aka the Snowhunter, fnds
the winter sports destinations around
Europe that combine the best of both worlds
– city sights and awesome slopes.
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THE FILE
Fun facts and figures,
including a very quick
quiz. Plus, the dolphin
who is a famous face
in Ireland.
17
UNDERCURRENTS
Carnival time in Malta,
afordable art in
Brussels, Latin spirit in
Sweden, circus tricks
in London and more.
23
TECH TALK
It’s a new year so
we’re looking at
what’s new and cool,
starting with the latest
gadgets.
32
BEDROOMS
When it comes to new
hotels in Europe to
see and be seen in, it
seems we’re spoiled
for choice.
27
FASHION FLASH
We check out the new
looks in ski-wear and
winter-wear, including
a trend from Norway
that’s dividing opinion.
35
FORK IT
These buzzed-about
new restaurants, in
cities including Paris
and Madrid, are
winning fans.
28
YOU BEAUTY
Our pick of the new
and hot cosmetics that
will keep you looking
tip-top in 2012 and
beyond.
36
FIRST ORDERS
Whatever your tipple,
raise a glass at these
cool new bars –
from Marrakesh to
Manchester .
The Shortlists
Comment
Property
39
WHERE I’VE BEEN
Nicole Kidman tells
us about her teen
backpacking days and
why she’d love to live
in Italy.
41
SOMETHING
TO DECLARE
Comedian and TV
presenter Danny
Robins is thinking
about bidets.
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WELCOME ABOARD RYANAIR AND HAPPY NEW YEAR. Christmas is now
a distant memory and it is time once again to brighten up the winter nights of
January and February by making spring break and summer travel plans.
Ryanair’s summer schedule is almost complete and with over 1,400 routes
from over 160 airports across 27 countries this year’s summer schedule has
something in mind for everyone. Log on to www.ryanair.com to plan your
spring break and summer sun holiday at unbeatable prices.
2011 was a fantastic year for Ryanair with over 77 million passengers saving
hundreds of millions by taking advantage of Ryanair’s guaranteed lowest fares
and no fuel surcharge seats. While passengers will always return to Ryanair for
our unbeatable fares, we also ofer Europe’s best on time performance, least
lost baggage and fewest cancellations all of which has helped us become the
world’s favourite airline. On today’s flight, chances are high that you will hear
Ryanair’s on time trumpet which our crew will play to celebrate each on time
arrival. Ryanair delivers industry leading punctuality with over 90% of our
flights landing on time in 2011.
Ryanair continues to develop our in-flight ofers and we are pleased to now
ofer ‘retro’ sweets from The Sweet Emporium, which cost just €5 per pack, on
all fights. These delicious sweets are not only a tasty in-flight treat but are also
a great gift item with one love heart variety making the perfect Valentine gift.
Ryanair has a host of treats to ensure that every holiday has a sweet to make it
that bit sweeter.
We are also pleased to extend our popular reserved seating service to all
our over 1,400 routes, after successfully trialling it on over 100 routes since
May last. The pre-booked service, which is now bookable on all routes,
costs just €10 (each way) and includes priority boarding. The optional
service allows passengers to pre-reserve seats in the front two rows,
for a quick getaway on arrival, or in over wing rows (16&17), which
provide greater legroom, and has proven to be very popular with Ryanair
passengers during our summer 2011 trial. Ryanair will continue to
offer its Priority Boarding service for just €5, with priority and reserved
seating passengers allowed to board the aircraft first. Those travelling
with passengers under 16 years of age can reserve seats in row 2 only
due to safety restrictions.
Finally, I hope you enjoy your flight with us today, and I invite you to
sit back and treat yourself to a gourmet coffee, a delicious sandwich or
“retro” sweets as you relax and allow our crew to take care of you. I look
forward to welcoming you and your family onboard many more low fare
Ryanair flights in the coming months.
Best Wishes,
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Contributors
“It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new
life, for me, and I’m feeling good,” sang
Nina Simone on Feeling Good, and I
certainly am this new year. The world’s
economies may be struggling but I can
still get a Ryanair fight for less than a
tenner — and that’s always a bargain!
Not only will Ryanair be serving up
new routes and destinations this year
but new is also the watchword for our
Upfront section this issue, with reviews of
new gadgets, restaurants, hotels and bars,
as well as the latest events happening
across Europe.
And because it’s winter, many people
will be looking to jet of and fnd some
sun. So why not see what’s new in one
of my favourite destinations, Marrakesh,
in our 13-page cover story on page 43?
If you’ve ever been you’ll know why we
love it, and if you’ve never been there’s
never been a better time. The weather’s
great now and the food is even better.
The last time I was there I
experienced all the fun of the fair, and
then some. When I started my stroll
in the vast square of Marrakesh that is
Jamaa el Fna, I defnitely looked like me.
By the time I reached the other side I
resembled something else entirely.
The frst person I met was a henna
tattooist in a beautiful blue djellaba and
soon I’d agreed to have a long spiral
design drawn all over my arm.
A precocious boy watching this heard
me compliment the tattooist’s robe and
immediately pulled a bunch of diferent
djellabas from his bag. It didn’t take
much persuasion for me to purchase a
deep maroon one with a long cob (the
djellaba’s pointy hood).
Then, the boy pulled me towards a
stall owned by his uncle selling the best
fruits, nuts and spices in town – and
spice lover that I am I bought a few
bags and an orange that was absolutely
delicious.
Finally, I sat down at one of the many
food stalls in the square for a vegetable
tagine and some mint tea. I ended up
looking as if I wasn’t a tourist at all but
had always lived in the square, and I
learned a bit of Arabic too. Talk about
assimilation – the perfect trip!
Wherever you’re of to this month,
have a great fight and a great time.
MATTHEW LEE
Matthew lives in London where he works on
Delayed Gratification, which he describes as “the
first magazine dedicated to Slow Journalism”.
Check it out at www.dgquarterly.com. He writes
regularly about the Arab world and brings us his
insider’s guide to Marrakesh on page 43. I
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Patrick Thorne, aka, the Snowhunter, has been
a ski journalist for more than 25 years and has
visited more than 250 skiing locations around
the world. No wonder he was listed as “one of 20
people to know in skiing” by The Times. Get some
ski tips from him on page 69.
TURTLE BUNBURY
Writer and TV presenter Turtle (www.
turtlebunbury.com) lives in County Carlow,
Ireland. His books include the Vanishing Ireland
series, and he has been published in titles such
as The Irish Times and New York Post. Take a trip
around west Ireland with him on page 60.
RAMSAY SHORT
Editor
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CHINESE NEW YEAR
FROM 23 JANUARY 2012
Welcome to the Year of the Dragon!
Regarded as the most important of
all Chinese holiday dates, Chinese
New Year traditionally marks the
end of winter, and the celebrations
can last for about two weeks.
You can rely on a host of
extravagant parades, parties and
decorations on the streets of any
Chinatown district. Whether it’s
in Paris’ 13th arrondissement,
London’s Soho or Stockholm’s
Hötorget, there is probably a
Chinatown somewhere near you.
The Chinese New Year tradition
of wearing red, hanging lanterns
and letting of frecrackers is said
to scare away a mythical beast
called the Nian, which eats crops
and livestock. We haven’t heard of
anyone seeing the Nian recently,
but maybe that’s because we keep
celebrating Chinese New Year.
FLY TO LONDON (GATWICK, LUTON AND STANSTED),
PARIS (BEAUVAIS AND VATRY) AND STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA
AND VÄSTERÅS). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
“A pub called The
Quays — it always
has a brilliant
atmosphere.”
SIOBAN KELLY,
JOURNALIST
“The Stags Head is
one of the oldest
pubs in town — it’s
great.”
SOPHIE DEVERE,
WAITRESS
“O’Donoghue’s,
because the
barmen are
handsome!”
EWA DURAJ,
TRAINING COORDINATOR
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Sink a Guinness in
the pubs frequented
by Ireland’s literary
heroes, and learn
more about the
wordsmiths whose
footsteps you’re
following in. On
this award-winning
walking tour, actors
will pop out of corners
to speak the words of
Joyce, Beckett, Wilde
and others.
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INCLUDING KAUNAS.
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CHANEL AND THE
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PARIS. FRANCE
This tour of Parisian
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is a chance to learn
the history of the big
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and gain an insight
into the influence
of Coco Chanel in
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CELEBRITY TOUR OF
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Take this 2.5 hour
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Scotland’s answer to the Cornish pasty is the
bridie. This pastry-based bad boy conceals a
hidden treasure of minced steak and vegetables.
The pastry is somewhat paler and lighter than a
Cornish, but always hits the spot after the pub.
The award-winning craft bakery chain Brownings
has a branch right by Prestwick airport (6
Portland Street, Troon, tel: +44 (0)1292 317942),
so go grab one when you touch down.
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GIVING LIFE A SENSE OF PORPOISE
Are you a fan of Fungie? If you don’t
know who this cetacean celebrity is,
he’s a bottlenose dolphin who has
been sighted of the coast of Dingle,
in Ireland’s County Kerry, since about
1983. He regularly interacts with divers
and people on boats.
One local sailor, who has been seeing
Fungie (pictured) from his boat since
1987, tells us: “Fungie regularly comes
totally out of the water and up onto my
boat. He’s an incredible creature and
deserves to be treated with respect.
He’s very friendly for a wild animal,
and from the time I’ve spent with him,
I’m convinced he even has a sense of
humour. He seems to genuinely enjoy
human company.”
Fungie gets a shout-out in our feature
on Ireland’s west coast on page 60.
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THE BEST FESTIVALS, EVENTS, PARTIES AND MORE HAPPENING ACROSS THE RYANAIR NETWORK
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9-12 FEB
AFFORDABLE ART FAIR
There’s a diverse range of pieces (and
prices) at this contemporary art fair, which
you may also have seen in cities like
London and Milan. The fair was started
by London gallerist Will Ramsay, with the
aim of making it easier for everyone to
own and enjoy contemporary art. You’re
sure to fnd something that catches your
eye — and some work is less than €100.
The photo above is by Sacha Goldberger,
whose subject is his 91-year-old gran.
WWW.AFFORDABLEARTFAIR.BE
FLY TO BRUSSELS (CHARLEROI) FROM 64 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING KAUNAS AND MALTA (LUQA). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
DUBLIN, IRELAND
25-29 JAN
TEMPLEBAR TRAD FEST
Dublin’s biggest festival of traditional Irish music
and culture, Templebar Trad Fest sees a host of
Irish music gigs taking place at venues such as
Christ Church Cathedral, the Button Factory and
Dublin’s City Hall (which hosts intimate lunchtime
and evening concerts all week). There’ll also
be Irish dancing, street performers and over
200 free events. The two-time winner of “Best
Traditional Music Festival” at the Festival Awards,
this fest guarantees some raucous nights out.
See the website for full listings.
WWW.TEMPLEBARTRAD.COM
FLY TO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BERLIN (SCHÖNEFELD) AND TALLINN. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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LA PLAGNE, FRANCE
3-4 FEB
ICE CLIMBING WORLD CUP
Head to the valley of Champagny
in the resort of La Plagne (about
an hour from Grenoble) to witness
the ultimate ice-climbing event.
Competitors in this world cup —
which attracts climbers from 29
nations — are required to scale the
imposing Ice Tower, standing at 24m.
Rather them than us!
WWW.LA-PLAGNE.COM
FLY TO GRENOBLE FROM DUBLIN AND LONDON
(STANSTED). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
ACROSS SCOTLAND
4 FEB-18 MAR
SCOTTISH SNOWDROP FESTIVAL
As iconic symbols of spring go, snowdrops are
up there with frolicking lambs – and are one
of the earliest signs of the warmer weather to
come. If you don’t want to leave seeing them
to chance this year, Visit Scotland ofers a
detailed list of stately homes, deer parks and
other landscapes across the country where
you can see swathes of the little white flowers.
The Scottish Snowdrop Festival includes over
50 locations for spotting snowdrops, including
Valleyfield Woodland Park (pictured), about an
hour from Edinburgh, and Finlaystone Country
Estate, about 20 minutes from Glasgow.
WWW.VISITSCOTLAND.COM/SURPRISESNOWDROP
FLY TO EDINBURGH FROM 25 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BRATISLAVA, FRANKFURT (HAHN) AND PARIS (BEAUVAIS).
FLY TO GLASGOW (PRESTWICK) FROM 10 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING DUBLIN, FARO AND RIGA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
MALTA
17-21 FEB
CARNIVAL
In February we’re all hankering after a bit of
winter sun and an escape from the daily grind.
The island of Malta is the place to head to, and
all the more so if you rock up during Carnival.
The action takes place across the country, but
gets especially exciting in Valletta, Floriana, and
Nadur on Gozo. Many of the events are free,
including live music shows, and anyone and
everyone is invited to don a colourful costume
and join in the party. The celebrations round
of in Floriana on Tuesday 21 February with a
carnival procession along the main street, as
the fireworks start booming.
WWW.VISITMALTA.COM
FLY TO MALTA (LUQA) FROM 16 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BIRMINGHAM, LONDON (LUTON), STOCKHOLM
(SKAVSTA) AND VALENCIA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM P
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UNTIL 6 MAR
WEST SIDE STORY
Brighten up a winter’s evening with a trip to the Göteborg Opera, where
current shows include a new production of West Side Story (pictured),
packed with plenty of Latin spirit. Where do these Swedes get it from?
Also on the menu is an avant-garde dance piece, the contemporary
ballet noBody, which opens on 25 February.
WWW.EN.OPERA.SE
FLY TO GOTHENBURG CITY FROM NINE DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING ALICANTE,
KLAGENFURT, LONDON (STANSTED) AND ROME (CIAMPINO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
OSLO, NORWAY
16-18 FEB
BY:LARM
You may not know all the bands on the bill at this Nordic
music festival, as many are new and/or unsigned, but the
quality is consistently high. The name By: Larm means “city
noise” and the event spans genres from dance pop to doom
metal. It feels as though it takes over the whole Norwegian
capital, with gigs in all the main music venues and afer-
parties in clubs and bars. We love the all-ages shows that
see even the littlest Norwegians rocking out. Among the
performers you can catch this year is Norwegian singer
Gunnhild Sundli (pictured).
WWW.BYLARM.NO
FLY TO OSLO (RYGGE AND TORP) FROM 23 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BRUSSELS
(CHARLEROI), LONDON (GATWICK AND STANSTED) AND ROME (CIAMPINO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
LONDON, UK
UNTIL 5 FEB
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL
The behemoth of an acrobatic troupe are back in the British capital with
another world-beating stage show, Totem, at the Royal Albert Hall. The
production is loosely themed around evolution and creation, replete with
all the eye-popping physical theatre and circus skills that we’ve come to
expect from Cirque.
WWW.ROYALALBERTHALL.COM
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Make your dream holiday come true | Viva unas vacaciones de ensueño
The ‘Island of Eternal Spring’ is just waiting for you all year round. Spend unforgettable holidays by enjoying yourself at
Loro Parque, an astonishing diversity of fauna and flora which will leave you speechless and in Siam Park, the Water
Kingdom, the most spectacular water park in the world.
La isla de la eterna primavera le espera en cualquier época del año. Disfrute de unas vacaciones inolvidables divirtiéndose
en Loro Parque, una maravillosa diversidad de fauna y flora que le dejará boquiabierto y en
Siam Park, the water kingdom, el parque acuático más espectacular del mundo.
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Oslo
Between the Oslofjord and the forests of Marka lies
the Norwegian capital. Explore the combination of city
life and easy access to the great outdoors.
www.visitoslo.com
Moss Airport Rygge is centrally located in southeastern Norway.
With a new terminal building, infrastructure, parking area and runway,
this airport is personally organized to offer a wide spectrum of national
and international scheduled routes and charter traffic.
All major rental-car companies represented!
Experience northern lights or midnight sun above
the Arctic Circle, or visit the world famous Norwegian
fjords with tall mountains and glaciers.
Fly with Ryanair to Norway...
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TOUCH MOUSE
The front section of this
mouse is an easy-to-use
touch surface, with controls
such as flicking two fingers
down to minimise a window.
It can run over just about any
surface, and is designed to
work with Windows 7.
€80 WWW.MICROSOFTSTORE.COM
1 / KINDLE
There’s something to be said
for one device doing one
thing well, and the Kindle
excels as an e-book reader.
This latest model is smaller,
lighter and faster than ever,
but still has room for up to
1,400 books and a battery life
of up to one month.
€99 WWW.AMAZON.COM
4 / NOKIA LUMIA 800
Nokia has produced the first
Windows Phone 7 to really
be a contender. It’s got nice
touches like grouping all
your Facebook, Twitter, SMS
and email stuff in the People
hub, and an 8MP camera and
curved 3.7-inch screen (price
depends on contract).
WWW.NOKIA.COM
2 / ASUS ZENBOOK
This gorgeous laptop with
Windows 7 is Asus’s answer
to MacBook Air – and a fine
alternative it is too. Zenbook
can wake up in just two
seconds and stay on standby
for two weeks. The aluminium
body makes it light as a
feather (11.6-inch pictured).
€994 WWW.PCWORLD.CO.UK
3 / FUJI X100
Despite sporting the kind
of retro looks that wouldn’t
look out of place in a 1970s
Vogue shoot, this camera has
nothing but new technology
inside. Taking 12MP stills and
video, and with both LCD and
optical viewfinders, it could
be Fuji’s best effort yet.
€940WWW.FUJIFILM.EU
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Airport specialists Dixons Travel showcase some great new gadgets for people
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Meticulously designed for audio and studio
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music enthusiasts who want to hear big beats
that kick, Beats Pro delivers high-quality
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WILL IT TRAVEL?
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“Ski-wear looks a bit
out of place if you’re
just walking down
the street!”
NAINA RISHIRAJ,
STUDENT RADIO
PRESENTER, LONDON, UK
YES
“Winter-wear
like this will
definitely get you
noticed!”
ANNA WEMYSS,
SKI INSTRUCTOR,
EDINBURGH, UK
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NEW KIDS ON THE SLOPES
It may still be chilly outside, but luckily in 2012
you’ll find plenty of new ski-wear and winter-wear
to hot up your wardrobe. We’ve picked out three
up-and-coming brands that are worth checking
out if you’re planning on staying snug.
Having enjoyed a cult following in its native
Norway, OnePiece (www.onepiece.com) has
since caught on around the world. Celebrities
including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Elton John
and Jude Law have reportedly been zipping up
in these suits to stay warm and toasty at home,
and both Paris and Perez Hilton have even been
seen out clubbing in theirs. It’s the brainchild
of three 20-something guys, who woke up one
Sunday morning feeling hung-over and fragile,
and had the idea of sewing together a hooded
top and tracksuit bottoms. Thus creating one of
the cosiest, comfiest outfits you’ll ever wear (as
pictured here on some sexy Norwegians).
They’ve now sold to about 5% (and counting)
of Norway’s population. It’s an adventurous look
but has proved a winner. We love the loose-fitting
purple Lusekofte (below). If only all hangovers
were so lucrative!
After graduating from university, Miranda
Harper had little clue what to do for a career, and
delayed the decision by heading to Switzerland
for a ski season. In her chalet, the Scot made
her first crochet beanie hat and was soon
swapping afternoons on the slopes for a
crochet hook and metres of yarn. Having
sold the hats to a bunch of ski instructors,
Miranda returned to Scotland and perfected
her crochet skills. Her website Zaini (www.
zaini.com) features hats named after
places like the Isle of Skye, Loch Lomond
and the Shetlands.
Chamonix-based brand Perfect
Moment (www.perfectmoment.com)
has just started selling to the UK market,
and was set up by legendary skier and
filmmaker Thierry Donard. Because he
knows his baby slopes from his black
runs, he’s designed the collection
– from hoodies to ski pants – from
breathable, waterproof fabrics, for
maximum warmth and mobility. Bold
stripes and stars in purple, red and
cornflower blue will look cool whether
you’re in the snow park or the bar.
This Lusekofe
jumpsuit is
quirky and
cosy. Just add an
alpine cabin
and log fre.
WWW.ONEPIECE.COM
€162
€375
€23
We reckon
the Jura
beanie is
the perfect
bright, slouchy
hat.
WWW.ZAINI.COM
We love the bold
stripes on this
duck down
Perfect Day
Star jacket.
WWW.PERFECT
MOMENT.COM
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€17.50
New CID Cosmetics
has a team of hundreds
of professional make-
up artists working to
develop its range. This
lipstick features built-in
LED lights and a mirror
to help you apply the shade perfectly in the
darkest of corners.
EXPERT TIP: Keep lips tip-top by always using a
vitamin E enriched lipstick (like this one).
Reader test: “I love the lights. They’re a
fun feature and help you to apply it with
better precision.”
ALICE WAINWRIGHT, PA
SAMPAR 3 DAY WEEKEND
€37, 30ml
This French skincare
brand is the brainchild
of Patrick Sounigo
who, after six years
of medical studies in
Paris, decided to move
into cosmetics. One
of Sampar’s most popular products, this gel
stimulates the skin’s natural melanin for a
hint of tan without sun or self-tanners, so no
skin damage or streaks.
EXPERT TIP: Dust on some bronzer afterwards.
Reader test: “Subtle but effective. I looked
healthier and more tanned.”
CARYS JONES, STATISTICIAN
SMASHBOX PHOTO FINISH LUMINIZING
FOUNDATION PRIMER
€28, 30ml
Adding a glow to
your skin while also
creating a canvas
for your foundation,
this primer adds just
the right amount of
luminosity. The velvety, oil-free formula helps
fill in fine lines and pores, and also contains
age-fighting antioxidants and vitamins.
EXPERT TIP: Use on your décolleté too, to
create a subtle highlighting effect.
Reader test: “My foundation stayed on for
longer and looked better.”
ISOBEL BAYLIS, DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Must-have
products
Readers test our picks of the month
MIRACLE COSMETICS
We start the year
with a look at
what’s new and
miraculous in the
world of cosmetics.
Lab coats and
specs at the ready!
Buy
onboard!
SAMPAR 3 DAY WEEKEND
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The Shortlists
Places to visit with
“new” in their name
NEUMÜNSTER
GERMANY
A short trip out of Hamburg and en route to
Kiel and the unmissable beaches of northern
Germany, Neumünster is the home of nu-
metal band Panik and also a zoo that houses
everything from “mighty polar bear to tiny
mouse”. The town also hosts a popular stallion
market around October. Good to know.
FLY TO HAMBURG (LÜBECK) FROM MILAN (BERGAMO)
AND STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
NEUVÉGLISE
FRANCE
Well worth a visit, Neuvéglise is in the hilly
Auvergne region, surrounded by canyons,
streams and nature at its best. According to
the town’s rather funky-looking website, just
1,100 people live there.
FLY TO RODEZ FROM LONDON (STANSTED).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
NOVÝ JI
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CÍN
CZECH REPUBLIC
Like hats, do you? You’re in for a treat. This
town (yes, “nov´ y” means new in Czech) at the
edge of the Carpathian Mountains is renowned
for its millinery, and has a really nice town
square too. The perfect place to pick up a new
hat in the new year, then.
FLY TO BRNO FROM LONDON (STANSTED).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
NIEUWEGEIN
THE NETHERLANDS
Not far from Eindhoven and close to Utrecht,
which borders it on the north, Nieuwegein is yet
another “new” destination. It really is quite new
actually, as rather than springing up higgledy-
piggledy from an ancient settlement, it’s a
planned city that was founded in 1971.
FLY TO EINDHOVEN FROM 22 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
DUBLIN AND STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
NUEVO BAZTÁN
SPAIN
Only 35km east of Madrid, Nuevo Baztán is
a sort of Spanish new town – albeit one that
was founded 300 years ago, in a bid to promote
industrial development. Pay a visit to the
Goyeneche Palace there, a rather flamboyant
building well worth checking out.
FLY TO MADRID FROM 38 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
MARSEILLE PROVENCE MP2. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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NEW BRIGHTON
ENGLAND
Heading to Liverpool? Don’t
confuse it with Blackpool, where
daytripping Brits go for sea, sand and
rollercoasters. But close to Liverpool is
New Brighton, where you can also enjoy
a lovely beachy day out. Don’t confuse
New Brigthon with Brighton, which is
in the south. Confused yet? We are.
FLY TO LIVERPOOL FROM 25 DESTINATIONS
INCLUDING DUBLIN AND POZNAN
´
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WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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NOBIS HOTEL
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
This one-year-old hotel occupies
a former bank and is elegantly
fitted out in typically muted
Scandi style. It has 201 rooms,
and more than 800m
2
of luxurious
shared space, including a soaring
28m-high atrium lounge. Over
drinks in The Gold Bar, you’ll rub
shoulders with hip Stockholmers
as well as international guests.
DOUBLES FROM 1,810SEK (€196). 2–4
NORRMALMSTORG, TEL: +46 (0)8 614
1000, WWW.NOBISHOTEL.COM
FLY TO STOCKHOLM (SKAVSTA AND
VÄSTERÅS) FROM 28DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING RIGA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
25HOURS HOTEL HAFENCITY
HAMBURG, GERMANY
Styling itself as a “budget deluxe”
hotel, this cool crashpad on the
city’s waterfront has nautical
decor inspired by stories from
old sailors. If you’re in a band,
or fancy forming one while here,
hang out in the Gibson Music
Room, a practice room stocked
with guitars. Need wheels? It’s
free to rent a bike or even a Mini.
DOUBLES FROM €105. 5 ÜBERSEEALLEE,
TEL: +49 (0)40 257 7770, WWW.25HOURS-
HOTELS.COM/HAFENCITY
FLY TO HAMBURG (LÜBECK) FROM
THREE DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING MILAN
(BERGAMO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
THE ZETTER TOWNHOUSE
LONDON, UK
Clerkenwell has long been known
for its gastropubs and hip brunch
spots, and now the neighbourhood
is also home to this quirky and
colourful 13-room Georgian
townhouse hotel. The exclusive
bolt-hole has opened across from
swanky sibling the Zetter, and
boasts a plush cocktail lounge
with a crackling log fire.
DOUBLES FROM £185 (€215). 49–50 ST
JOHN’S SQUARE, TEL: +44 (0)20 7324 4567,
WWW.THEZETTERTOWNHOUSE.COM
FLY TO LONDON (GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING DUBLIN. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
LE BLANC HOTEL AND SPA
TRENTO, ITALY
Blanc by name and blanc by
nature, this smart new hotel with
all-white interiors looks out over
the snow-covered peaks of the
Valle dell’Adige and the Monte
Bondone ski and snow-sports
area. This place is so white, it’s
literally dazzling. Make use of the
inhouse restaurant and spa when
you’re not on out the slopes.
DOUBLES FROM €142 (HALF-BOARD).
64 LOC. VASON, TEL: +39 0461 947457,
WWW.LEBLANCHOTELSPA.COM
FLY TO VERONA FROM 8 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING ALGHERO AND PALERMO.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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LONE
ROVINJ, CROATIA
Contemporary architecture,
art installations and 1970s-inspired
interiors come together at this top new
address in Croatia (near to Pula and
to Trieste, Italy), which is a member of
Design Hotels. Many rooms boast a hot
tub on the balcony, and there’s a vast spa.
DOUBLES FROM 1,125HRK (€150). 31 LUJE ADAMOVI
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TEL: +385 (0)52 632000, WWW.LONEHOTEL.COM
FLY TO TRIESTE FROM FIVE DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BRUSSELS (CHARLEROI).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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CHAKRA
LONDON, ENGLAND
Acclaimed chef Andy Varma’s
glamorous restaurant in Notting Hill
pays homage to the legendary chefs
of Lucknow, Delhi and Punjab. The
pan-Indian dishes include tender
Lucknow kebabs with the correct
foie gras-like texture, and utterly
scrumptious Italian burrata cheese
with Bengali aubergines, cherry
tomatoes and Korean chilli flakes.
TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE,
ABOUT £35 (€41). 157 NOTTING HILL GATE, TEL:
+44 (0)20 7229 2115, WWW.CHAKRALONDON.COM
FLY TO LONDON (GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING DUBLIN. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
L’OPÉRA RETAURANT
PARIS, FRANCE
Located in the world-famous
Palais Garnier opera house, this
restaurant’s bold contemporary
design features bright red furniture
set against a backdrop of pristine
white. Equally dramatic on the plate
are foie gras with strawberries, flank
steak with cauliflower, and the Opéra
chocolate and coffee patisserie with
toasted almond nibs and gold leaf.
TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE,
ABOUT €55. 8 RUE HALÉVY, TEL: +33 (0)1 4268
8680, WWW.OPERA-RESTAURANT.FR
FLY TO PARIS (BEAUVAIS AND VATRY)
FROM 34 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING MILAN
(BERGAMO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
MARTHA’S
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
This healthy fast food diner has been
an instant hit thanks to its great-value
dishes with big flavours. Sandwiches,
wraps, pastries, salads, soups, breakfast
pots, baked goodies and eclectic hot
dishes like Moroccan meatballs and
chipotle chicken are created with an in-
house nutritionist. The seasonal menu
uses award-winning local produce, and
caters for a wide range of diets too.
TWO DISHES WITH A GLASS OF JUICE, ABOUT £10
(€12). 142A ST VINCENT STREET, TEL: +44 (0)141
248 9771, WWW.MYMARTHAS.CO.UK
FLY TO GLASGOW (PRESTWICK) FROM 10
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING GRAN CANARIA AND
PARIS (BEAUVAIS). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
New restaurants
for the new year
The Foodies’
Column
Cooking courses +
pop-up eats
FLAVOURS OF FRANCE
MAILLEZAIS, FRANCE
In a picturesque village
near the coast in
Western France, these
new three-day cooking
holidays will have you
preparing fish and meat,
stocks and soups, and
sharpening up your
knife skills. Enjoy wine
tastings and market
visits too. The next
course dates are 3 and
17 February.
WWW.FLAVOURSFRANCE.
COM
FLY TO LA ROCHELLE
FROM LONDON (STANSTED).
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
HÔP NAMÔ
LONDON, ENGLAND
East London’s hippest
Vietnamese restaurant,
Namô, opened this café
and deli in Shoreditch’s
trendy pop-up mall
BoxPark last December
(“hop” means “box”
in Vietnamese). Its
oferings include street
food, salads, rice paper
rolls and warming
noodle soups.
WWW.NAMO.CO.UK
FLY TO LONDON
(GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
DERRY. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Feeling hungry?
Turn to our food
menu on page 118.
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KOKCO
MADRID, SPAIN
Mediterranean fusion dishes
with Chinese and Japanese
influences can be found at this chic
restaurant, which features striking
beaded columns and theatrical purple
lighting. Try sushi, oriental hotpot, salmon
tartare and jellyfish salad, all washed down
with a great selection of Spanish wines.
TWO-COURSE MEAL WITH A GLASS OF WINE, ABOUT €28.
33 CALLE DE MATEO INURRIA, TEL: +34 91 345 0945,
WWW.KOKCO.ES
FLY TO MADRID FROM 37 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING CAGLIARI, KRAKOW AND
LONDON (STANSTED).
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THE BRINK
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND
It’s a bar Jim, but not as
we know it – the diference
being there’s no alcohol. This
bright and breezy new venue
is the brainchild of charity
Action on Addiction, and
serves imaginative, good-
value drinks ranging from
traditional English pop to
botanically brewed cordials.
15–21 PARR STREET, TEL:+44
(0)151 703 0582, WWW.
THEBRINKLIVERPOOL.COM
FLY TO LIVERPOOL FROM 25
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING DERRY
AND WROCŁAW. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
INARA BAR AND LOUNGE
MARRAKESH, MOROCCO
This sumptuous lobby bar
in the Four Seasons hotel
attracts the Moroccan
gliterati with its menu of
Champagnes and varied
cocktails including several
interpretations of the mojito.
There’s also outdoor seating
and magical 16ha gardens to
wander around.
1 BOULEVARD DE LA MENARA,
TEL: +212 524 359 200,
WWW.FOURSEASONS.COM
FLY TO MARRAKESH FROM 14
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING PORTO
AND VALENCIA. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
VERJUS BAR À VIN
PARIS, FRANCE
Hospitable American
couple Laura Adrian and
Braden Perkins of popular
supper club Hidden Kitchen
recently opened this stylish
wine bar, whose selection is
chosen in collaboration with
Juan Sanchez of La Dernier
Goutte wine boutique.
There's also whiskies, beers
and inventive bar snacks.
47 RUE MONTPENSIER, TEL: +33 (0)1
4297 5440, WWW.VERJUSPARIS.COM
FLY TO PARIS (BEAUVAIS AND
VATRY) FROM 34 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING FEZ. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
THE LIAR’S CLUB
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND
Created by rum industry
experts, this dimly lit tiki bar
and rum shop has kitsch
Polynesian décor and serves
over 100 diferent rums.
Choose from cocktails and
shots, or a half/full bottle
with free mixers. They can
even keep any spare booze
safe until your next visit.
19A BACK BRIDGE STREET,
TEL: +44 (0)161 834 5111,
WWW.THELIARSCLUB.CO.UK
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The Drinkers’
Column
The bar that moves
THE FOURTH WALL
LONDON, ENGLAND
The Fourth Wall is a
bar with a roaming
concept, moving to
a new location each
weekend. Owned by
the people behind
the fabulously quirky
Bourne & Hollingsworth
in Fitzrovia, this
wandering bar will be an
exact replica – except
that it’ll play on artifice
and illusion and pack up
at the end of the night.
Like Alice’s looking
glass, you’ll walk into
a space such as a
warehouse or ballroom,
where a door will lead
you to a completely
different venue.
The Fourth Wall’s
wandering location
will only be revealed
through increasingly
cryptic messages,
emails, notes and codes
left around the city.
When you do manage to
find it, your reward
will be delicious cocktails
served in vintage
teacups. Join in the fun
at www.whereisthefourth
wall.com
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Sample our wines
on page 118.
SHAKER &
COMPANY
LONDON, ENGLAND
A sure hit for 2012, this New
Orleans-style cocktail saloon near
Euston station has live music, comedy
and a range of 19th and 20th century-
inspired cocktails. We love the crystal-
decanter lanterns and retro school desks.
119 HAMPSTEAD ROAD, TEL: +44 (0)20 7060 6877,
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“I WENT TO AMSTERDAM WHEN I WAS 17
and then backpacked through Europe. It’s
the best education you can have. You learn so
much about people and the different cultures.
I’ve always adored travelling.
“Nobody believes this, but I’m low-
maintenance in everyday life. I rent places
in different cities around the world, and
then I move all my stuff. I’m very good at it.
I’ve greatly reduced what I own. It’s quite a
good feeling to be able to put everything in a
suitcase and move it.
“When you work on movies, you spend a lot
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I mess up my hair a bit, walk quickly and I
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“Celebrity is unreal. I can understand why
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go under. To get away from everything, I like
scuba diving, horse riding and mountain hiking
– something I like to do with my family. We can
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“I’d love to live in Tuscany in a farmhouse,
with lots of kids and grandkids running around
and a big kitchen. I could drive into Florence
for a little opera. I have contradicting desires,
because I also love a big city like New York. I
have an apartment there and I did a play there.
It’s a fantastic place, with great theatre. I love
being able to go out at midnight there, drink
margaritas, and dance a little salsa. I love
Morocco too. It’s incredibly exotic.
“When the good roles disappear, I’ll happily
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quiet life. I’d love to write and cook and learn
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HAMLET ASKED HIMSELF: “To be or not
to be.” I am now facing an equally great
philosophical question: “To bidet or not to
bidet?” As I stand in my hotel bathroom
in Paris, staring down into the porcelain
bowl, I realise it is a very English dilemma. A
bidet may be a fixture of many Continental
bathrooms, but to Brits like me it is one of
those strange foreign things that we do not
truly understand – like having cheese for
breakfast, Shakira, and winning at football.
Don’t get me wrong, although I’ve never
used one I’m totally aware of what a bidet is for
– though I’ve definitely travelled with people
who weren’t. The give-away signs are when
they say things like “the sink’s very low in my
bathroom” or “I’ve got a really useful bowl for
hand-washing clothes”.
If you are unaware of the point of this
particular item of bathroom furniture, I’m not
sure a family magazine like this is the right place
to fill you in. But I did find a very useful web
page called “How to Use a Bidet”. It helpfully
talks you through each step of the process, with
particular attention paid to “avoiding burning
sensitive areas” (basically, go easy on the hot
tap), and why it may not be a good idea to turn
on the water jet too powerfully. I don’t think we
need to go into that. Do be careful while reading
it though: make sure you hold your laptop with
your non-cleaning hand.
I hope I’m not putting you off your
sandwich/nuts/other food item with all this
lavatorial talk. I know the British have been
accused of being toilet-obsessed, but I like
to think that we operate a middle ground
between the Americans who don’t like to
discuss the subject so much they use the
euphemism “restroom” and the Germans,
who are so fascinated by it they actually
have little inspection shelves in their toilet
bowls. Can any German readers explain the
thinking behind that intriguing little ledge?
Are you worried you might swallow something
important you will need to find again later?
Our different approaches to our bodily
functions are another example of the glorious
diversity that makes Europe one of the most
argumentative continents (or should that be
incontinents?). If we can’t decide if a bidet is
a necessary daily function or a strange waste
of bathroom space, how are we ever going
to decide on a common economic policy?
So, in the interests of unity, cooperation and
pan-European understanding, I will now for the
first time in my life use a bidet. You may wish to
avert your eyes. Ooh, that jet’s a bit powerful.
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Matthew Lee explores one of Morocco’s most vibrant and
modern cities, and fnds its bustling square, thriving souks
and exquisite riads are just the start of your adventure.
Photography by Tim White
O N T H E G R O U N D
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GET THE VIBE ON THE STREET ON THE TABLE TO THE BAR HIT THE SHOPS IN THE BAG WHERE IT’S AT AT THE HOTEL
Matthew Lee explores one of Morocco’s most vibrant and
modern cities, and fnds its bustling square, thriving souks
and exquisite riads are just the start of your adventure.
Photography by Tim White
O N T H E G R O U N D
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GET THE VIBE
ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE SQUARE
MARRAKESH ON THE GROUND
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YOU CAN CALL IT JAMAA EL FNA. You can
call it La Place. And, as the English language
seeps surreptitiously into Marrakesh’s
charming French-Arabic mishmash, you can
now get away with calling it The Square.
No matter what you choose to call it, you’re
not going to miss it – no other city is so utterly
dominated by its main square. All roads seem
to lead here, whether you’re coming from the
implausibly tangled network of small lanes and
narrow alleyways of the old city (known as the
Medina), or the spacious European-style streets
of the new town. And if you’re not heading
towards Jamaa el Fna, nobody told the locals –
you’ll see a succession of people pointing in the
direction of the square regardless of whether or
not you asked for help.
The square is enormous, and is boosted by
several smaller squares that appear to have
attached themselves to its edges like raindrops
to a puddle. A parade of henna tattooists,
orange juicers, boot polishers and fez sellers
sprawls in every direction. For first-time visitors
it can feel like you’ve accidentally wandered
onto the set of Arabian Nights. Huge crowds
of locals and tourists form circles around
storytellers, whose dramatic renditions of
biblical tales and Arabic folklore have remained
resolutely popular. Jamaa el Fna may be a
tourist must-see, but it’s a locals’ hangout too.
When you visit the nightly food market, you’ll
likely find yourself wedged on a bench between
Moroccans of all ages and backgrounds. The
square is the city’s meeting place.
While a good chunk of your time will be
spent in and around Jamaa el Fna, most of
the restaurants, bars, shops and hotels in this
guide are to be found elsewhere in the city.
For Marrakesh’s best food and nightlife, you’ll
want to step out in the new town. It’s unfair
to expect any 20th-century construction to
possess a fraction of the charm of the Medina,
but the French colonial architecture and tree-
lined boulevards are attractive in a different
way. And on the other side of the square, the
old city is an enormous maze enticing you
to get lost. Ditch the map and go for a stroll.
That’s how the adventure begins.
hip to be square
Jamaa el Fna draws
tourists and locals together
for food and theatre
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ON THE street
MINT TEA AND PHOTOGRAPHY
old school
Plant yourself in the Jardin
Majorelle for a few hours
Admire the architecture at
Medersa Ben Youssef
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MARRAKESH ISN’T LIKE PARIS, Rome
or London. It’s not a place where you go
sightseeing and cross places off a checklist.
This is a place where the entire city is the main
attraction – the architecture, the markets, the
people, the mosques, the food. A small number
of historical sites and cultural centres do exist,
but you can get them out of the way on the
first day and then enjoy Marrakesh the way
it’s meant to be enjoyed – getting lost in the
passages and souks (markets) of the Medina,
dodging speeding motorcycles and ambling
donkeys, haggling over the price of colourful
carpets, and stopping for countless cups of
sugary mint tea.
Start at the strikingly handsome Musée de
Marrakech 1 (www.museedemarrakech.
ma), which used to be known as Dar M’Nebhi
Palace. The traditional teapots, embroidery
and weaponry on display are what you’d
expect to see here, but the tilework throughout
the building is sensational and much of the
space is dedicated to contemporary art.
Turn right outside the museum and walk
down the street to Medersa Ben Youssef 2 , a religious school from
the 16th century where 130 tiny student dorms surround a tranquil
courtyard with a shallow pool at its centre. Mosques are off-limits to
non-Muslims in Marrakesh, so for many tourists this is a rare chance
to learn about Islamic architecture in Morocco. A 60MAD (€5) combo
ticket covers both the museum and the school.
Two years ago, Frenchman Patrick Manac’h and local enthusiast
Hamid Mergani opened the Maison de la Photographie 3 (www.
maisondelaphotographie.ma) in a central location in the Medina. Manac’h
has been collecting photographs of Morocco for over 15 years and by the
time he’d amassed several thousand of them it became obvious that they
needed to go on public display. The gallery is housed in a beautiful old
riad (Moroccan house with a courtyard), boasting one of the highest roof
terraces in the Medina and postcard-perfect views.
These are exciting times for art aficionados in Marrakesh. The fourth
Marrakech Biennale takes place 29 February–4 March at venues across
the city, and you can see an exhibition of art inspired by the geography
of the Atlas mountains (running until end of May), alongside expertly
curated film, literature and music strands. You should also check out the
Voice Gallery 4 (www.voicegallery.net) whose exhibition by Serbian
visual artist Mihael Milunovic´ runs until 25 February.
Finally, don’t miss the colourful Jardin Majorelle 5 (www.
jardinmajorelle.com), an artistically landscaped garden in the north of the
city renowned for its birds, cacti and collection of rare plants.
Caravane
of love
Nick Wilde had a
successful career as a
musician and producer
in London until his
recording studio was
destroyed first by a
flood and then by a fire.
It seemed like a higher
power was urging
him to leave. “My wife
and I thought about
working remotely, and
we chose Marrakesh
because we’d been on
our honeymoon and
loved it,” he says. They
rented a riad in the
Medina and Nick got to
work building a studio.
“Word must have
got around that I was
a producer because
suddenly local
musicians started
turning up at our
front door,” he says.
Before long he was
jamming with people
from all over Morocco,
incorporating their
Berber sounds with
his dance and techno
influences. The result
was a new record label,
Marrakchi Records,
and the first release is
the album Caravane,
which is available to
purchase on iTunes.
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“Marrakesh is like Shakespeare.
It’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
It’s a city of fantasy”
PATRICK MANAC’H (RIGHT)
CO-OWNER WITH HAMID MERGANI OF MAISON DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE
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AT THE HOTEL
THE RIAD DEAL
Sleep under
the stars
Camping in Morocco is
an almost year-round
option and several
desert camps compete
for your custom. To
many, this is the ultimate
Moroccan experience
and so it’s worth noting
that the camps are
by no means cheaper
than a hotel.
The best camp
in Morocco is a full
day’s journey from
Marrakesh, but it’s well
worth the efort. Erg
Chigaga 10 (www.
desertcampmorocco.
com) is in the middle
of nowhere, which is
exactly where an escape
from the modern world
should be. Here,
the stars seem to shine
more brightly and the
dunes undulate into
the distance. The tents
themselves rival suites
at five-star hotels,
with king-size beds
and handmade Moroccan
furnishings. A night here
costs 2,514MAD (€225)
per person (minimum
stay two nights). But
this is the desert, so the
shower, incongruously,
consists of a bucket of
hot water.
home comforts
Enjoy the chic cosiness
of Maison MK
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WITH ITS EXTRAORDINARY ATTENTION
to detail, Maison MK 6 (www.maisonmk.
com) is quite a feast for the eyes, which isn’t
surprising when you learn that its owners, Paul
and Aoibheann Hopkins, are both professional
photographers. In striking contrast to the dusty
lanes of the Medina it’s located in, this place
oozes chicness; a stay here can feel like you’re
living in a fashion shoot. With just five rooms and
a suite, a fantastic bar on the roof terrace, and
manager Mary on hand to provide a personal
touch, it’s a great place for honeymooners. It’s
not the right place if you have a young family
though, as there is an over-12s only policy.
Doubles from 3,077MAD (€275).
When Jean-François and Delphine Claeys
opened Riad Tchaikana 7 (www.tchaikana.
com) over 10 years ago, there were only 35 riads
in the whole of Marrakesh. There are now more
than 700. It speaks volumes that Tchaikana
continues to fill its six gorgeous rooms and
suites with ease. The Claeys’ story is a familiar
one among European expatriates who’ve started
businesses in the city. They had successful
careers in their native Belgium but felt that they didn’t have enough time to
live their lives.
“We wanted to escape the system we were living in and experience
a diferent pace,” says Jean-François, a genial host who welcomes
every guest like an old friend, ofering tips on the best local shops and
restaurants. Tchaikana was a labour of love for the couple; Delphine, with
a background in design, took charge of the interiors and created a space
that’s above all calm and peaceful. A retreat from the world outside. “You
only have to walk out our front door to experience the hectic life of the
Medina,” says Jean-François. Double rooms start from 1,007MAD (€90).
If you’re not a “less is more” person, spend the night at Bab Hotel 8
(www.babhotelmarrakech.com). It’s a Parisian breed of luxuriousness,
a no-holds-barred bourgeois-bohemian fantasy. We love the espresso
machines in every room, and the new-town location is perfect for
investigating the wave of hip bars that have opened recently in the area.
Doubles from 1,108MAD (€99).
The most famous and most expensive hotel in the city is La
Mamounia 9 (www.mamounia.com). It reopened a couple of years
ago after a €100 million refurbishment, and it has lost little of the charm
that led Winston Churchill to declare it “the most lovely spot in the whole
world”. Apart from being a hotel, it’s also one of the finest examples of
Moorish-meets-European architecture you could imagine, and home
to the most beautiful garden in the city. Double rooms here start at
6,000MAD (€536).
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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
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ON THE TABLE
TAGINE GENIES
let it stew
Taste some Moroccan food
at its best at Le Foundouk
Chez Chegrouni serves
tasty vegetable tagine
Square meal
Eating dinner in Jamaa
el Fna can feel like
an endurance sport.
But, as any marathon
runner will tell you,
the feeling of crossing
the finish line makes it
all worthwhile. There
are dozens of stalls
at the nightly food
market and every one
will fight tooth and
nail for your custom.
Nearly all the food is
cheap, authentic and
fabulously tasty.
With so much
choice, the only
sensible option is a five-
course meal. With each
course at a diferent
stall, naturally. Get into
the swing of things with
a 5MAD (€0.50) bowl
of escargots, then head
to the soup kitchens on
the far side for some
khobz (bread) and
harira (a spicy lentil
and tomato soup).
Then venture deep
into the market for a
plate of sheep’s head
(what could possibly
go wrong?) followed by
a pigeon pastilla. Wrap
things up with a cup of
super-strong cinnamon
tea and slice of ginger
cake. Yum.
THERE’S MORE TO MOROCCAN cuisine
than tagines and couscous. That said, it really
does help if you’re into tagines and couscous.
Moroccan food is all about the subtle balancing
of sweet and savoury flavours, with dates,
prunes, sultanas and honey contrasting with
seasonings and spices. Since it’s compulsory
to try at least one tagine while you’re here,
it’s worth going to the places that set the
benchmark, Al Fassia 11 (www.alfassia.com)
and Le Foundouk 12 (www.foundouk.com).
Al Fassia has long been rated the best
Moroccan restaurant in town, and one bite of the
gamey, eggy, cinnamon-laced pigeon pastilla (a
flaky pie), or a forkful of the drop-from-the-bone
lamb tagine will prove this new-town eatery is
still on top of its game. Meanwhile, Le Foundouk
adventurously pairs the likes of rabbit pastilla
and calamari tagine with excellent wines from
the coastal town of Essaouira. The spectacularly
converted old house is spread over three levels
and is ideal for special occasions.
If you’re looking to spend less, Chez
Chegrouni 13 ofers simple, good-value
tagines and couscous in an unbeatable location – the top floor ofers
brilliant views of Jamaa el Fna. Nearby, Borj El Koutoubia 14 whips up
a sensational fish tagine; while Restaurant Naïma 15 is the cutest of
eateries and feels like you’re in a local family’s front room. The 99MAD
(€9) three-course set menu represents excellent value for money.
At Gastro MK 16 (www.maisonmk.com), the tiny restaurant at
Maison MK, chef Omar El Ouahssoussi serves a “deconstructed tagine”,
which takes the constituent parts of the stew and turns it into the kind
of steak dish you’d find in a Parisian bistro. The 615MAD (€55) tasting
menu begins with drinks and canapés on the roof terrace before moving
downstairs to the intimate, quiet restaurant – definitely one for couples.
Another elegant location is the courtyard of Le Jardin 17 , whose
young Moroccan owner Kamal Laftimi already has three successful
eateries under his belt. His latest venture takes full advantage of the
tranquility offered by a stately old riad. Aside from table football,
chessboards and a friendly rabbit called Momo, there’s a French/
Moroccan mix of croque-monsieurs, tagines, hamburgers and the city’s
best cupcakes. For non-Moroccan food, go to Kechmara 18 (www.
kechmara.com), a much-loved new town restaurant that boasts an
eclectic menu, and equally eclectic live music Wednesday to Saturday.
And when you’re craving a mid-shop caffeine boost go to Le Picasso
Du Cafe 19 and order a “nos-nos”, a local take on the macchiato. The
enthusiastic man making the coffee is a former footballer, hence the
photos of soccer players all over the walls.
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“I love the simple little restaurants
in the souk where
old women cook for you.
The food tastes amazing”
KAMAL LAFTIMI
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BELLY LAUGHS AND BELLY DANCING
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Locals’
favourites
If you want a break
from the sparkle, shine
and top-end cocktails
of Marrakesh’s à la
mode venues, there are
some more laid-back
options worth a look
too. At Bar Model
25 the owners are
blissfully unconcerned
about minor details
such as modernity.
This time-warp bar is
beautiful in a retro,
understated way,
and there’s a huge
outdoor terrace with
a barbecue in the
evenings. Bottles of
Flag Spéciale and
Casablanca are only
15MAD (€1) each.
For nightly live music
with a sub-Saharan
vibe, African Chic 26
(www.african-chic.com)
is very entertaining.
And for something
completely diferent,
try Madame Porte 27 ,
a bar rarely frequented
by international
visitors where you’ll
find an undiluted
local experience – a
man playing a synth,
a young singer, and
groups of Moroccans
grooving in their chairs.
“TO ME, MARRAKESH IS EXCITING,” says
Buddha Bar founder Claude Challe, sitting by
the large gate that separates his new venture
Djellabar 20 (www.djellabar.com) from the
outside world. “This is where I want to be.” If
you’ve been to a branch of Buddha Bar you’ll
know what to expect – playful pop-art (John
Lennon wearing a fez), chill-out music, a fusion
menu of Moroccan and Asian food, and dodgy
puns (a djellaba is a traditional robe). Challe’s
“Maroc ’n’ roll” style seems to work – only a
month after opening the bar is packed to the
rafters with Marrakesh’s notoriously fickle see-
and-be-seen crowd.
There’s only one place in town that can follow
drinks at Djellabar – the nearby Comptoir
Darna 21 (www.comptoirmarrakech.com),
with its nightly belly dancing shows. Ignore the
inconvenient truth that belly dancing has never
been a local tradition and just enjoy the show
for its sheer silliness. The scantily clad dancers
shake their stuf for tourists holding camera-
phones, while more fully clothed dancers waltz
around the room balancing a load of lit candles
precariously on their heads. For a quieter drink, you can sit in the shisha
pipe garden or in the quieter dining section – the menu is split between
North African and European cuisines. Drinks are unsurprisingly pricey,
but it’s worth it for the entertainment.
After the glitz and kitsch of Djellabar and Comptoir you’ll be craving
something a little more sophisticated and subtle. The Marrakesh
hip crowd’s latest obsession, the excellent L’Apero 22 , certainly fits
the bill with a relaxed, informal ambiance and great quality tapas
and drinks. The raspberry mojito is this it-bar’s cocktail du jour.
The smooth, mood-lit vibe at the bar is somewhat undermined by
the occasional football match being screened on TV, but it’s always
possible to retreat to the serenity of the palm-fringed terrace. The Sky
Bar 23 at hotel La Renaissance (www.renaissance-hotel-marrakech.
com) is the best new-town option for a drink with a view. Stylish,
with great service and great drinks, the bar’s panoramic views over
Marrakesh are unbeatable on a clear night.
Since you’re not allowed to sell alcohol within close proximity of a
mosque, nightlife options in the Medina are very limited. Our favourite
place by far is Kosybar 24 (www.kosybar.com), a brisk 10-minute
walk from Jamaa el Fna. Plush sofas, cosy fireplaces, candlelit tables,
a well-stocked wine bar and a roof terrace with a view of the Koutoubia
Mosque towering over the old city is a winning combination. Japanese
food, something of a rarity is this part of the world, is available if you’re
feeling peckish.
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Maroc ’n’ roll
Dancing and dining at
Comptoir Darna
Get above it all at the
Sky Bar
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“The Medina has a very special energy.
So many people there are creating
things. There are so many talented
tradesmen and crasmen”
CLAUDE CHALLE
OWNER OF DJELLABAR
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TO HAGGLE OR NOT TO HAGGLE?
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Local goodies at Lalla
Mustapha Blaoui has your
interior decorating needs
taken care of
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Souk
shopping
When it comes to the
markets of Marrakesh,
haggling is like a sport.
So you could say that
the most important
thing is not to win but
to take part.
Many visitors
approach haggling with
trepidation or even fear.
Others get a real thrill
out of it. The trick is to
find a balance between
the two.
It goes without
saying that you should
never pay the first
price you’re quoted – it
could even be more
than double the going
rate. But great deals
on quality goods are
possible here, and if
after a bit of a friendly
haggle you reach an
agreement that you
think represents a fair
deal, it’s OK to hand
over the money. There’s
no need to insist on a
price so low that even
you think it’s absolutely
ridiculous.
Just remember the
golden rule of souk
shopping – you’re
always free to walk
away. And one more
thing: good luck!
MARRAKESH IS ONE OF THE GREATEST
shopping destinations in the world. But two
magic five-letter words have long been absent
from the retail scene. These words are “fixed”
and “price”. Thankfully, it’s no longer the case
that the only way to shop here is to haggle in the
souk – although that can be fun too, of course
(see column, right).
The most exciting recent development in
Marrakesh shopping is the row of boutique
shops in the arcade beneath the Terrasse des
Épices restaurant. Lalla 28 (motto: “From
Marrakesh With Love”) is run by Laetitia
Trouillet, a French woman who previously ran a
fashion business in London’s Portobello Market.
After moving to Morocco she worked as the
city’s first personal shopper – Sarah Jessica
Parker was a customer – before switching her
focus to her own store. Trouillet works with local
craftspeople to create distinctive handbags,
accessories and a vintage clothing range.
Next door, Sissi 29 is the store of French
artist Silvie Pissard, and stocks handmade
purses, pillows, shoes, teddy bears, T-shirts, and
lampshades crafted from newspaper.
Just like every item in stock, Atelier Moro 30 is a complete one-off.
Its owner, the Colombian designer Viviana Gonzalez, who’s lived in North
Africa for eight years, is constantly on the lookout for beautiful new pieces
to sell in her shop. When we popped in, she had just returned from a trip
to the countryside where she had found handicrafts and impossibly cute
toys made by local schoolkids.
33 Rue Majorelle 31 (www.33ruemajorelle.com) bills itself as
Marrakesh’s first concept store. There’s certainly nothing else here like
it – a large space over two floors where every corner is dedicated to a
different independent designer, most of whom are Moroccan. Standout
buys include kitschy purses, contemporary Moorish furnishings and
subversive art and artefacts by local maverick Hassan Hajjaj. Prices are
high, but so too is the quality.
If there’s one shop in Marrakesh you shouldn’t miss, it’s Mustapha
Blaoui 32 , but first you have to find it – would it be so hard to put a sign
on the door, Mr Blaoui? To be fair, it looks like Mustapha has no need for
signage because over the years he’s earned a reputation for being the
go-to man for Moroccan furniture, carpets, paintings, lighting, pottery
and, well, just about anything. While the elaborate, intricate items on
sale couldn’t be further removed from Scandinavian minimalism, this
warehouse feels like a 19th-century Ikea. It’s easy to wander through room
after room and end up forgetting how to get back to where you started. Sit
for a cup of tea with the softly spoken owner and he’ll sort out packaging,
international shipping and – if you ask nicely – a hefty discount on the
going price.
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1 / VINTAGE COOKBOOK
Want to cook those
Moroccan dishes when
you get back home?
The last 15 copies of this
gorgeously illustrated
1976 English-language
cookbook are available for
purchase at Atelier Moro.
250MAD (€22)
3 / LOCAL BEER
Although most upmarket
bars tend to only stock
imported drinks, the locally
produced booze isn’t half
bad – and what’s more, the
bottles look great. A small
number of shops in the
new town sell alcohol.
11MAD (€1)
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and these colourful tees
can be found on sale in the
upstairs shop.
200MAD (€18)
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MUST-BUYS
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4 / MOROCCAN
PASTRIES
If you get hooked on the
sweet melt-in-the-mouth
pastries that come with
every cup of tea, head to
Madame Alami on Rue de
la Libertié to pick up a box
to take home.
140MAD (€13)
5 / HANDMADE PURSE
This cute purse is made
from recycled food
packaging. A selection
of similar styles can be
found at concept store 33
Rue Majorelle, which sells
plenty of covetable items
to stash in your suitcase.
100MAD (€9)
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Youssef, tel: +212 (0)524 441893 /
2Medersa Ben Youssef Place Ben
Youssef, tel: +212 (0)524 441893 /
3 Maison de la Photographie 46
Rue Souk Ahal Fès, tel: +212 (0)524
385721 / 4 Voice Gallery 366 Z. I.
Sidi Ghanem, tel: +212 (0)524 336770
/ 5 Jardin Majorelle Rue Yves Saint
Laurent, tel: +212 (0)524 313047 /
6Maison MK 14 Derb Sebaai, Bab
L’Ksour, tel: +212 (0)524 376173 / 7
Riad Tchaikana 25 Derb El Ferrane,
tel: +212 (0)524 385150 / 8 Bab
Hotel Angle Bd Mansour Eddahbi,
Rue Mohamed El Beqal, tel: +212
(0)524 435250 / 9La Mamounia
Avenue Bab Jdid, tel: +212 (0)524
388600 / 10 Erg Chigaga El Gouera,
contact@desertcampmorocco.com /
11 Al Fassia 55 Bd Zerktouni, tel: +212
(0)524 434060 / 12 Le Foundouk
55 Souk Hal Fassi, tel: +212 (0)524
378190 / 13 Chez Chegrouni Jamaa
el Fna, tel: +212 (0)565 474615 / 14
Borj El Koutoubia 38 Bab Agnaou, tel:
+212 (0)524 391869 / 15Restaurant
Naïma 30 Rue Azbezt, tel: +212 (0)66
784 6370 / 16 Gastro MK 14 Derb
Sebaai, Bab L’Ksour, tel: +212 (0)524
376173 / 17 Le Jardin 32 Souk El Jeld,
Sidi Abdelaziz, tel: +212 (0)524 378295
/ 18Kechmara 1–3 Rue de la Liberté,
tel: +212 (0)524 422532 / 19 Le
Picasso Du Cafe Rue Mouassine, tel:
+212 (0)67 933 7107 / 20Djellabar
2 Rue Abou Hanifa, tel: +212 (0)524
421242 / 21Comptoir Darna Ave
Echouhada, tel: +212 (0)524 437702
/ 22 L’Apero 3 Rue Abou Hayane
Taouhidi, tel: +212 (0)61 455 4254 /
23 Sky Bar 89 Angle Bd Zerktouni and
Mohamed V, tel: +212 (0)524 337777 /
24 Kosybar 47 Place Des Ferblantiers,
tel: +212 (0)524 380324 /
25Bar Model Avenue Mohammed El
Bekal, tel: +212 (0)524 430133 /
26African Chic 6 Rue Oum Errabia,
tel: +212 (0)524 431424 / 27 Madame
Porte Avenue Mohammed El Bekal,
tel: +212 (0)524 439272 / 28Lalla
Souk Cherifia, Sidi Abdelaziz, tel:
+212 (0)524 375272 / 29 Sissi Souk
Cherifia, Sidi Abdelaziz, tel: +212 (0)561
522 6520 / 30 Atelier Moro 114 Place
de Mouassine, tel: +212 (0)524 391678
/ 31 33 Rue Majorelle Rue Yves Saint
Laurent, tel: +212 (0)524 314195 /
32 Mustapha Blaoui 142–144 Bab
Doukkala, tel +212 (0)524 385240
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ne minute I’m having a quiet
pint in a charming west
Kerry pub, sprawled beside
a flickering log-fire, my toes
rattling along to an old fellow
playing a polka on a squeezy box, thinking
“ah yes, this is the only way to pass the long,
dark winters”. The next thing I know, I’m
submerged in ice-cold seawater, somewhere
in the Atlantic Ocean, repeatedly banging my
head on a surfboard I can’t control.
Well, OK, maybe there were more than a
few minutes between the two events. And
perhaps more than a few pints too. Which is
presumably what “inspired” me to sign up
to a late morning’s surfing on the strand of
Castlegregory in the midst of an Irish winter.
Despite my semi-aquatic name, I am
not and have never been a surfing dude.
I always wanted to be, but my attempts
to stand up on a board, let alone ride the
rides, have been consistently futile. But the
incentive to stay out of the water increases
considerably once you find yourself surfing
the sub-zero waves that rumble down the
coast of the Dingle Peninsula. Aided by an
inconceivably patient teacher (see www.
jamieknox.com), and a hooded O’Neill
Pscyhofreak winter wetsuit that keeps
me miraculously warm, I am astounded
to discover that, after two hours of solid
surfing lessons, I can stand upright for
several seconds at once. Not to brag.
Any trace of a hangover has long since
been washed away when I make my way
over the Conor Pass to Dingle town for
celebratory refreshments. The journey,
though precarious in places, is one of the
Winter is just the
right time to tour
the beautifully
rugged west coast
of Ireland, says
Turtle Bunbury,
who samples its live
music scene and
legendary craic —
and even wades
into the bracing surf.
Photography by
James Fennell
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finest in Ireland, leading me past snow-
capped mountain peaks, plunging cliffs,
meandering rivers and oxbow lakes. This is a
landscape that needs to be enjoyed close up,
so if you’re here on the weekend of 18–19
February, give the Dingle Walking Festival
(www.dinglewalkingfestival.com) a whirl.
You’ll discover why National Geographic
Traveler described the Dingle Peninsula as
“the most beautiful place on Earth”.
The town of Dingle is perhaps one of the
most fun places you can go in Ireland. It
was not ever thus. Along the walls of Dick
Mack’s pub are a series of early 20th-century
photographs recalling a time when this
coastal enclave was little more than muddy
roads and thatched cabins. But that was then.
The town came to prominence when David
Lean’s Oscar-winning masterpiece Ryan’s
Daughter was filmed locally in 1968, and
also garnered considerable attention through
Fungie, a fun-loving Bottlenose Dolphin who
swam into the harbour in the early 1980s and
has been based here ever since. But it’s the
“craic” of the pub life, as the Irish call it, that
makes Dingle a cut above.
There are stacks of wonderful pubs
in this small town. J. Curran’s bar, which
doubles up as a general merchant and
drapery, is a straight-up classic. Among its
regulars are bachelor brothers Stevie and
Timmy Kelleher, who have hit upon a canny
solution to the drink-driving conundrum.
Even though their farm is less than 3km
from Curran’s, they know better than to
risk driving home after a few. And so they
now have two houses – the farmhouse,
where they spend most of their days, and a
townhouse in Dingle, where they “rest” on
drinking nights.
Down the road, Dick Mack’s pub still
has the cobbler’s shoeboxes rolling up the
walls, just as they did when owner Oliver
McDonnell’s father established himself as
the town’s foremost boot merchant. Oliver,
who was born and raised here, has since
converted the old family kitchen, sitting
and dining areas into alternative drinking
spots for his customers. By night, it seems
as though every rattan stool, bentwood
chair and scuff-resistant step is occupied
by someone of a different nationality.
Everywhere the banter is in full flow. When
From Dingle to Doolin
DINGLE
ANASCAUL
TRALEE
LISTOWEL
BALLYLONGFORD
GLIN
TARBERT
KILLIMER SHANNON
KERRY
DOOLIN
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the music starts, all ankles stir. If these
people are not Irish, they sure want to be.
From Dingle, I head back east via
Annascaul, where one of the pubs is a
veritable shrine to its one-time publican, the
Antarctic explorer Tom Crean; Tralee, home
to the world-famous Rose of Tralee contest;
and Listowel, a major horse-racing centre
that hosts a popular horse fair every year.
I get my first proper glimpse of the broad,
majestic Shannon from a pier at the back of
Finucane’s pub in Ballylongford. This is the
longest river in Britain or Ireland, its earliest
waters rising from the sphagnum mosses
of faraway County Cavan. Finucane’s
once belonged to the entrepreneurial and
prosperous O’Rahilly family, one of whom
became the only rebel leader of the Easter
Rising of 1916 to die in action. They owned
a pub, two creameries, and an enormous
corn mill that ran along the riverbanks. At
one end of the bar counter is the yardstick
once used by the pub’s in-house tailors to
measure arm lengths. Customers would sit
at the bar and drink a pint or two, while their
tailor proposed different colours and cloths.
Onwards to Glin, famous for its charismatic
Knights of Glin – the 29th and last of whom
passed away in 2011 after a lifetime in which
he promoted the wonders of Georgian
architecture in Ireland, as well as Irish
furniture and art. His home at Glin Castle has
an epic history. Many centuries ago, a son of
the then Knight of Glin was captured during
an assault by an English fleet. A message
Trad sounds
Traditional music, or
“Trad” is a massive
part of life on the
Dingle Peninsula. If
you want to get in
on the act you can
attend the Scoil Cheoil
an Earraigh (www.
scoilcheoil.com),
a traditional music
school that takes place
in Ballyferriter from
15–19 February.
North of
the Shannon,
Sixmilebridge (www.
wmw.ie) in County
Clare is the place to
be on Friday nights,
when the Greyhound
Bar hosts a traditional
session from 10pm
onwards. It’s also
worth keeping an eye
on the line-up for Glór
Ennis, the main stage
in the county town of
Ennis, offering a hearty
array of music, theatre,
comedy and more
(www.glor.ie).
Hit The Traditional
Music Shop on Fisher
Street in Doolin to
buy recordings of
local musicians, sheet
music and traditional
instruments (www.
irishmusicdoolin.com).
National Geographic Traveler described
the Dingle Peninsula as “the most beautiful
place on Earth”
emerald isle
Sample the Irish craic
J. Curran’s and Dick
Mack’s in Dingle
The unspoilt
landscape of County Clare
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Take
the Father
Ted tour
If you’re a fan of
Father Ted, the hit
1990s TV sitcom
about bumbling Irish
priests, consider a trip
with Ted Tours (www.
tedtours.com). You’ll
be dressed up as a
nun or a priest and
escorted on a grand
tour of the locations in
County Clare used in
the programme, from
Craggy Island to the
Very Dark
Caves.
“Go on!”
as the
show’s
Mrs Doyle
would
say.
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was sent to the Knight stating that if he did
not surrender, his son would be blasted from
the ship’s canons against the castle walls.
He boisterously replied: “Fire away, there’s
plenty more where he came from!”
Back a little west of Glin is the small town
of Tarbert, with its handsome but eerie gaol,
from where I take a short ferry across the
Shannon to Killimer in south Clare. Clare is
known as the Banner County on account of
all the flags and banners unfurled in support
of Daniel O’Connell, the emancipator of
Irish Catholics, when he was elected to
represent the county in Parliament in 1828.
As legendary Irish songwriter Christy
Moore puts it: “If it’s music you want, go
to Clare.” From top to bottom there’s no
shortage of marvellous musical venues in
the county. The town of Doolin, gateway
to the Burren and Aran Islands, hosts
the Micho Russell Memorial Weekend
(www.michorussellweekend.ie) on the
last weekend of February (24–27).
Innumerable kindred souls will gather
for recitals, workshops and sessions –
prearranged and spontaneous – in honour
of one of Ireland’s finest musicians.
Nearby, Kilfenora is rightly considered
one of the finest places you could be on St
Patrick’s Day (17 March), with a splendid
parade and a lively session, starring the
Kilfenora Ceili Band. It runs until the
small hours of the morning and attracts
musicians from all over the world.
Just be careful, because you might
think you’re supping safely on your drink,
listening to the band play with no place
else to go, only to awaken abruptly in a
bracingly cold ocean with a surfboard
attached to your ankle.
noble pursuits
Glin Castle has a glorious
setting on the banks of the
River Shannon
Fast facts
GETTING THERE
The best way to get
to Dingle is to fly
to Kerry, served by
Frankfurt (Hahn) and
London (Luton and
Stansted), then pick up
a hire car at the airport
from Hertz (www.
hertz.com). Ryanair’s
exclusive rental partner
ofers special rates
for passengers when
you book your flight.
Alternatively, you could
do this trip in reverse
starting in Doolin, in
which case it’s worth
flying to Shannon.
STAYING THERE
In Dingle, try the
inexpensive Hideout
Hostel, which caters for
independent travellers
and families with its
mix of dorms and
private rooms (www.
thehideouthostel.
com). In Doolin,
try the moderately
priced Ballinalacken
Castle Hotel (www.
ballinalackencastle.
com), a gorgeous manor
house with an award-
winning restaurant and
amazing views of the
Aran Islands.
The last of the charismatic Knights of
Glin passed away in 2011. His home at Glin
Castle has an epic history
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SNOWHUNTING
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FRANKFURT, GERMANY
Boasting over 500 ski areas, with about 12 million skiers to f ll those
slopes, Germany is Europe’s biggest skiing nation. At 878m, Grosser
Feldberg is the highest peak in the Taunus Mountains, and lies only
38km from Frankfurt. Big crowds of en arrive at the weekend, as they
have for more than a century, currently with the aid of two drag lif s.
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centre is compact enough to explore
on foot, and is punctuated by plenty
of cool boutiques and cosy bars. Once
you’ve had your fi ll of the sights, join the
locals – for whom skiing is as natural
as walking – when they take the tram
up to the Oslo Winter Park (also known
as Tryvann) after work. It’s fl oodlit until
10pm and boasts 18 slopes and seven
lifts. You’ll also fi nd terrain parks and
two half-pipes. The World Snowboarding
Championships is also being held here
10–19 February.
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Villach is a small city in southern Austria with a
history dating back 5,500 years. The Romans
liked it for its thermal waters and they’re still
gushing forth. You can fl y in to nearby Klagenfurt
and purchase a “Three countries” lift pass, which
covers ski resorts in Austria and over the nearby
borders of Slovenia and Italy too. Villach itself has
fi ve separate ski areas nearby but the small local
slope of Heiligengeist is just 15 minutes
from the city centre.
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It’s little known that
Slovakia is home to
hundreds of (mostly
small) ski areas,
some very close to Bratislava. Zochova
Chata has just a couple of simple lifts and about
a kilometre of easy-intermediate level ski slopes,
plus a toboggan run, but it is very close to the city
– only 35km away and is popular with locals from
there and other nearby towns, including Modra
and the closest, Piesok, which is also famed
for its ceramics.
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Snow
Flash
THE SNOWHUNTER’S
LATEST NEWS FROM
THE SLOPES
In resorts in the
Alps, Dolomites and
Pyrenees dozens of new
hotels and apartment
complexes continue
to open. And resorts
across the continent
continue to spend big on
snowmaking machines
to try to ensure they
can open their pistes all
season (so long as it’s
cold enough to make
snow).
In Italy, Madonna
di Campiglio (www.
campiglio.to) has
completed a long-
planned gondola and ski
run link to its neighbour,
Pinzolo, creating a 150km
ski area. Kronplatz
(www.kronplatz.com)
has opened a 7km long
ski run accessed by
a gondola. All three
resorts are reached
easily from Verona.
Austria’s Saalbach
Hinterglemm (www.
saalbach.com) and
Kitzbühel (www.
kitzbuehel.com),
both near Salzburg,
have new lifts too.
In Saalbach’s case
it’s another big fast
gondola for their world
beating fl eet – the
company has spent
€234m upgrading its
ski slopes over the past
decade, and Kitzbühel
has a new six-seater
chairlift with pull-down
weather-protection.
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Africa’s largest ski area lies in the Atlas Mountains near Jebel Toubkal. This makes it a relatively easy
drive from Marrakesh airport, meaning there’s the option of snowboarding one day and enjoying the
legendary atmosphere of the Jamaa el Fna and the souks the next (see our On the Ground section on
page 43 for more ideas). Oukaïmeden was developed by the French in the 1940s and more recently
reported to have been purchased by a company in the Middle East which has plans to develop a resort
of international standing. The lifts – an ageing double chair lift and half a dozen surface lifts – remain
fairly basic, but at 3,273m this is the highest skiing in Africa and worth it just to boast to your friends!
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The average winter temperature in Cyprus is a
tad over 17˚C, but that didn’t stop residents of
the city hiking up to ski when snow fell on the
local hills in the 1930s, then later adding the most
southerly ski lifts in Europe in 1960. They even
named the pistes after Greek gods and mythical
fi gures like Aphrodite and Hermes. Snowfall is
dif cult to predict, but usually lasts from January
to March and snow canons also cover the slopes.
Then it’s down to the beach at Larnaca so enjoy
some winter sun.
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CHAMROUSSE
GRENOBLE, FRANCE
If you’re looking for a larger ski area
close to an historic city, you can’t
do much better than Chamrousse,
only 32km up the hill from
Grenoble. While Grenoble was
f rst made a city by the Romans in
381AD, Chamrousse is more recent,
being built for the 1968 Winter
Olympics. The 90km of runs
largely consist of family friendly
terrain, but there are 14 steeper
reds and blacks, including the
famous Men’s Olympic Downhill
course — at 4.5km, the longest here.
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SNOWHUNTING
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Greece has more than 20 ski areas of its own but
Macedonia’s Mount Kozuf, just over the border,
is one of the easiest to reach from the country’s
second city, Thessaloniki. In fact, it’s only an
hour’s drive away, so before heading to the
slopes you can take a tour of the city’s Unesco-
listed ancient churches, soak up the incredible
art scene and lively nightlife, and chill in the
seafront cafés. The area was planned as a major
regional ski centre and opened in 2007 with two
fast chair lifts. The highest peak is at 2,201m and
there’s 65km of piste to explore.
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The last thing most people think of on a visit to the magnifi cent Eternal City
is skiing, but just as the Romans have their beaches they also have their ski
centres – about an hour’s drive from the capital. Campo Catino, one of the
closest resorts to Rome, is 1,800m up on a treeless plateau. There are fi ve
ski lifts here, with a 320m vertical and 10km of runs to enjoy. And the height
of the ski slopes means they’re normally snow sure.
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MÉRIBEL LIVE
MÉRIBEL, FRANCE
This laid-back festival takes
place from 19 to 23 March and
will be headlined by The Feeling.
Culminating with a massive free
gig by the piste, it’s the perfert
ski-party spring break.
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BRITS
LAAX, SWITZERLAND
A major event on the British skiing
and snowboarding calendar,
this festival, 18–25 March,
combines one of the top skiing/
snowboarding competitions
around with performances from
huge bands.
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ROCK THE PISTES
PORTES DU SOLEIL,
FRANCE/SWITZERLAND
Launched in 2010, this popular
fest takes place 24–28 March.
Skiers sign up to receive text alerts
of where free gigs will be held
across the vast 650km ski area the
day before, then they hop on their
skis and race over to them.
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BASSCAMP
MORZINE, FRANCE
This is a brand new event
scheduled for 2–6 April that
promises to bring a bass-heavy
line-up to the famous French
resort. One for the party crowd.
Check the website for updates.
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SNOWBOMBING
MAYRHOFEN, AUSTRIA
Probably the most established
of the winter mountain festivals,
Snowbombing completely takes
over the Mayrhofen resort on 9–14
April. This year Snoop Dogg and
Example headline and Fat Boy Slim
will be throwing a street party.
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Music in the
mountains
It seems we can’t get enough of
music festivals close to the slopes.
Fly to one of these fests to rock out
at the end of the ski season
party off piste
There’s no fest like
a fest by the slopes
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sense that you weren’t living
the life you should be living?
In 2008, I did. And rather than
continue to ignore it, I posed
the following question to my husband, Evan:
“Want to move to Paris?” To my surprise,
he answered: “Hell yes. Let’s go.”
When we arrived in January of 2009, the
winter clouds extended the typical muted
greys and whites of Paris’s streets and
Haussmann buildings across the entire sky.
The whole city was a perfect, neutral palette
against which anything could happen. We
had our fresh start.
As we strolled, the objects that attracted
my eye were café chairs, coffee cups,
flowers, graffiti, doors, and chalkboards
– things meant to be touched, shared,
enjoyed, and worn down. On our long
PARIS
Sometimes the
simplest ideas are the
best. Photographer
Nichole Robertson
explains how, one
greyJanuary day, she
had the idea of
documenting the
vivid colour palette
of her city
walks, one particular object would strike
me – a bright blue moped, for example –
and I’d obsess about that colour for the rest
of the day. Focusing on only one colour
allowed me to see things I might otherwise
have overlooked, like a door handle or an
interesting pattern in chipped paint. Each
colourful detail popped against the natural
textures of the beautiful, worn buildings
as if waiting to be noticed. Some were out
in the open. Others were well concealed
from casual passers-by. Those were the best
discoveries.
Paris taught me a lot of things; most
important among them is to take my time.
I hope that these photos inspire you to put
down your preoccupations as well, at least
for a little while, so that you can find as
much happiness in viewing them as I did
in discovering them.
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PARIS
PARIS IN COLOR
by Nichole Robertson is
soon to be published by
Chronicle Books, priced
£12.99 (€15). www.
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PARIS
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T
he secret is out. Growing
numbers of tourists are
discovering Lithuania’s
beautiful and beguiling
capital, from its museums
and growing culinary scene to its lively
nightlife. But while the magnificent churches,
cathedrals and castles dotted around one
of Europe’s largest old towns explain the
city’s history, they don’t tell you much
about modern life in a place that’s changed
dramatically over the past two decades. This
is, after all, a town where they tore down
the statues of Marx and Lenin and replaced
them with Frank Zappa. There’s nowhere
quite like Vilnius, but to understand it you
must indulge in three thoroughly Lithuanian
obsessions – drinking, basketball and radical
art. Which is exactly what I did.
State of Fluxus
It seems improbable that the former Ministry
of Health, a huge building right at the heart
of downtown Vilnius, would be handed
over to artists and anarchists by the local
authorities. But not every city has a mayor
like Artu
-
ras Zuokas, who shot to worldwide
fame in summer 2011 after releasing a video
that showed him driving over a Mercedes in
a tank, shouting “this is what will happen
The city of
basketball,
beer and
bohemians
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Two decades afer the end of
Communist rule, the Lithuanian
capital is attracting more visitors than
ever. Matthew Lee samples the
buzzing bars, basketball culture and
art scene of today’s Vilnius.
Photography by Alexander Short
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VILNIUS
Here you’ll find vintage, bric-a-brac, books,
jewellery, old postcards and posters, and
one-off creations by local designers.
Beer, beer and more beer
(and some non-alcoholic options)
Little known fact: for every Lithuanian
citizen there are seven Lithuanian
breweries. OK, that’s less than true, but
about 300 local beers are on sale at
Bambalyne
.
Beer Bar (7 Stikliu G, tel: +370
5240 5670), a preposterous tally for such
a small country. Dark beers and hearty
ales dominate the drinking at this moody
underground cellar, so expect distinctive,
assertive flavours and equally strong
reactions. Some brews here are as potent
as red wine. You’ll need to work your way
through a few bottles to even consider
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if you park your car illegally!”. The car, it
turned out, was purchased specifically for
the stunt, and the distressed owner of the
crushed vehicle was played by an actor.
Maybe his fondness that kind of prank
helps explain why Zuokas has opened a
building dedicated to Fluxus, the radical art
movement of the 1960s and 1970s led by
Lithuanian-born George Maciunas.
Fluxus artists used humour, performance
art and a strong sense of mischief to spread
their anarchic, anti-authoritarian ideas. A
distrust of conventionality, a DIY attitude to
production and a warped sense of fun mean
that, like the movement itself, the Ministry
of Fluxus (27 Gedimino Pr) is positively
anarchic. Every inch of wall space is covered
in art and graffiti; some brilliant, some not –
it doesn’t seem to matter. Living and working
among the abandoned shopping trolleys,
broken musical instruments and oddly
shaped furniture, a group of local artists uses
the building as both HQ and muse. Don’t be
scared to open doors and wander around
freely – the word “fluxus” is, after all, Latin
for “flow”.
For a gentler introduction to Lithuanian art,
visit the Contemporary Art Centre (2 Vokieciu,
tel: +370 5260 8960, www.cac.lt) in the heart
of the Old Town. It features a permanent
exhibition on the Fluxus movement – although
you’ve probably had enough of all that by now
– and stages a new cutting-edge exhibition
every couple of months.
To purchase arts and crafts made by
Vilnius’s up-and-coming talents, visit the
Sunday flea market (39 Vilniaus, 12–4pm)
in the courtyard of perennially hip bar
Vasaros Terasa (look out for the angel cows).
art attack
Lithuania’s past comes
alive in the Old Town
Visit the Ministry of Fluxus
– it’s the law!
Beers at Bambalyne
.

Fluxus artists used humour,
performance art and a strong sense
of mischief to spread their anarchic,
anti-authoritarian ideas
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stomaching Bambalyne
.
’s traditional
Lithuanian drinking food – smoked pig’s
nose. The snout is sliced and served up with
a dash of horseradish. Who’d have thought
cartilage could be so chewy?
You’ve got to admire the cheek of a bar
that calls itself Gringo (31/1 Vilniaus, tel:
+370 6549 0541) and then busts its gut
to appeal to a foreign clientele – Premier
League on the TV, a wide range of imported
beers, free wi-fi, menus in English. But
perhaps because of its backstreet location,
it’s not touristy. Instead, it’s the place to
meet long-term expatriates and Lithuanians
wanting to practise their English. Despite
its name, the fearsomely cool bar/club/
hangout Gorky (34 Pilies, tel: +370 6521
8035) seems to have less to do with the
golden age of Soviet literature than it does
with the golden age of Soviet boozing. The
liquor of choice here is Trejos Devynerios,
also known as 999, a long-standing herbal
concoction in the spirit of Jägermeister
that’s luminous enough to take to the dance
floor if you’ve accidentally left your glow
stick at home.
For more conventional (and non-
alcoholic) drink, head to Europe’s least
conventional neighbourhood, Užupis, which
has declared itself an independent republic
with its own currency, flag, constitution,
president and army of between 12 and
17 men, depending on who’s available
at the time. On the main drag you’ll find
Thierry Kepykla (19 Užupio, tel: +370 6766
0889), a Parisian bakery selling croissants,
baguettes, cakes and – most importantly –
authentically frothy French coffee. It’s run
by a Frenchman who moved to Lithuania
six years ago to work with street kids.
Kepykla fell in love with the country and is
now giving this bohemian neighbourhood
even greater claim to being considered the
Montmartre of the Baltics.
If you’ve been taking full advantage of
some of Europe’s cheapest and best beers,
then head to homely, hippyish Sulcius (15
Totoriu, tel: +370 6035 3102) for a tailor-
made recovery drink. At this impossibly cute
juice bar (motto: “for those that don’t drink
beer”), the resident squeezers will combine
fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices to conjure
up delicious and healthy liquids. The ginger
and cinnamon juice is very, very, very
gingery, but you’ll feel reborn afterwards.
Vegan snacks such as cookies and samosas
are on hand if you’re feeling peckish.
a muse me
The Three Muses statue
outside the city’s National
Drama Theatre
Don’t mess with Mayor
Zuokas
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VILNIUS
Hoop dreams and slam dunks
Lithuanians aren’t joking when they describe
basketball as the country’s second religion,
so for a surefire conversation starter in a
Vilnius bar, just mumble something about
rebounds and assists. Just be careful on
the sensitive topic of the national team’s
showing in last summer’s European
championships though. If basketball is a
religion, the humiliating defeat to minnows
Macedonia in the quarters was enough to
spark mass apostasy, especially since the
event was being hosted on home soil.
Now all the tears, jeers and
recriminations are in the past, Lithuanians
have returned to squabbling over domestic
rivalries – namely that between Vilnius
challengers Lietuvos Rytas and Kaunas
top dogs Žalgiris, who between them have
won every single championship since the
Lithuanian league began 20 years ago. If
Lietuvos are playing on your visit, get a
ticket for a game at the 11,500-capacity
Siemens Arena (14 Ozo G, tel: +370 5 247
7576, www.siemens-arena.com).
If it’s sold out, the next best thing is an
evening at Stars & Legends sports bar
(Šaru
-
nas Hotel, 4 Raitininku, tel: +370 6140
0099). Owned by Šaru
-
nas Marcˇiulionis,
one of the all-time Lithuanian basketball
greats, the bar comes alive on game nights
– a frankly intimidating number of TVs
guarantee a great view wherever you’re
sitting. To really fit in, learn the lyrics to
Lithuania’s basketball anthem Trys Milijonai
(search for it on YouTube), order a plate
of fried bread and pig’s ears, and avoid all
mention of Macedonia.
Fast facts
GETTING THERE
Vilnius airport is located
just 7km from the city
centre, and buses 1 and
2 provide a quick service
into town, costing 2.5LTL
(€0.70). Trains also run
directly to the main railway
station for the same price.
Taxis are available, as are
hire cars from Hertz (www.
hertz.com), Ryanair’s
exclusive rental partner,
ofering special rates for
Ryanair passengers when
you book your flight.
on the ball
Basketball is big business
Have a legendary time
at Sports & Legends
See Lietuvos Rytas in
action while you’re in town
P
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THE PLACE
Some 135 million people visited Berlin in 2010
and it’s no wonder given the city’s unique and
vibrant energy. This is evident in everything
from the eclectic architecture to the open,
friendly attitude of its people.
Germany is also a financial powerhouse and
one of the most stable economies in the world.
An estimated 84% of the city’s population rent
rather than own. And, compared with capitals
like London and Paris where you can expect
to pay in excess of € 10,000 per m
2
, in Berlin
that figure is less than € 3,000 per m
2
. Low-cost
property combined with high rental demand
equals an investor’s dream.
THE PROFESSIONALS
Darrell Smith from Buy Berlin (www.buyberlin.
co.uk) is an estate agent and property finder
dealing with both residential and commercial
sales and lettings.
“Although compared with other European
capitals Berlin is considered cheap, that is
not going to be the case for long,” he says.
“Historically, Berliners were happy to rent long-
term, and many still will be, but with increasing
rental costs they are switching on to the fact
that it can be cheaper to have a mortgage.”
THE PROCESS
“The first thing a buyer should do is familiarise
themselves with the city’s different areas,” says
Dr Esfandiar Khorrami, a Berlin-based lawyer
with Bottermann Khorrami (www.bk-law.de).
“It all comes down to micro-locations – you
turn a corner and suddenly you are in an area
with a different price value and feel. While
agents might try to sell a particular area for
personal gain, a banker or lawyer may be more
insightful, independent, and be able to provide
a more personal view on location,” he says.
Once you have successfully negotiated a
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If you want to bag yourself a bargain in an
up-and-coming city, Berlin is the place to look,
says property guru Jonny Benarr
To buy in…
BERLIN
g e r ma n y
price (handled by the agent) you then instruct
a notary to act on your behalf, by signing a
mandate and paying them the costs associated
with the purchase, which will be about 12%.
Note that the buyer pays the agent’s fees,
because it is free for a homeowner to sell their
property. The process can take anywhere from
four weeks to four months, depending on the
needs of the parties involved.
Although the final step of having your name
registered with the land registry can take
several months after completion, you are still
the legal owner once the purchase payment
has been made.
Presently, non-German residents can expect
to acquire a mortgage for 50% of the property
price, increasing to 80–90% for residents
and those with good credit. For investment
purchases, around 70% of the financing can be
acquired through a mortgage, 70–80% if you
want to buy a block of apartments.
“Take advantage of local knowledge
and local expertise and do not try to do it
all yourself. And don’t waste too many trips
coming to Berlin for administrative purposes,”
says Khorrami. Although I don’t think there is
such a thing as a wasted trip to Berlin! P
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On the market
Entry level
WHAT? A fully renovated
two-bedroom apartment, which
includes a new bathroom
and wood laminate flooring
throughout. It’s located on the
second floor and looks onto a
pleasant courtyard.
WHERE? On Ostseestrasse in
Prenzlauer Berg, one of the
trendiest areas in the city at
the moment. Full of artists and
students, it has a particularly
bohemian vibe and a popular
bar scene. Half of the area’s
population is aged between
25 and 45, and Prenzlauer
Berg is regarded as a vibrant
neighbourhoods for creatives.
HOW MUCH? A steal at only
€ 120,000.
CAN I RENT IT OUT? The property
is currently tenanted and
generates a yield of 4.46% a
year. Tenants tend to be young,
single professionals, of which
there are many.
Mid-level
WHAT? A four-bedroom duplex apartment located on the fourth floor of
a block. This place is finished to a high standard, including wood flooring
and a balcony offering a fantastic view of the city. The building has an
elevator.
WHERE? Friedrichshain, one of Berlin’s most fashionable areas and home
to numerous design and media companies. It has fast and frequent
transport links, tree-lined avenues and popular schools, along with a
thriving nightlife scene.
HOW MUCH? On the market for an unusually great-value price of
€ 251,500.
CAN I RENT IT OUT? Yes. It currently commands an annual rent of
€ 11,453 that equates to a yield of approximately 4.55%.
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WILL IT MAKE ME RICH?
Extrapolating from recent growth, you could expect
this property to increase in value by 50% to 75% over
the next 5 to 10 years. At present it is only €1,486 per m
2
.
WILL IT MAKE ME RICH?
Quite possibly, and maybe quicker than you think. Split
it into two two-bedroom apartments that are both worth
about €170,000 and there you have €90,000 gross
profit straight away.
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Fast facts
GETTING THERE
Berlin (Schönefeld)
airport is just 20km
from Berlin’s centre
and has excellent bus
and rail services daily,
and a journey time
of about 45 minutes.
Alternatively, book a
hire car from Hertz
(www.hertz.com),
Ryanair’s exclusive
rental partner,
offering special rates
when you book your
flight.
STAYING THERE
Our writer
stayed at the
Schlosshotel (www.
schlosshotelberlin.
com) which has a
unique Grunewald
forest location and
boasts Karl Lagerfeld-
designed interiors.
The 53 rooms here
are all unique and
the Schlosshotel’s
facilities include
a large spa and
wellness area,
complete with
Finnish sauna. The
conservatory has
been converted into a
top restaurant, called
Le Jardin.
WHAT? A superb colonial villa dating back to 1909 that has been lovingly
restored using the finest of materials. The property boasts four large
bedrooms, with the master having a large veranda from which to enjoy
the beautiful gardens. Back inside, you have your very own sauna, a
high-quality kitchen and bathrooms with marble sinks.
WHERE? Located on Matterhornstrasse in Zehlendorf, the traditionally
exclusive residential area of Berlin. From the Wannsee Lake to the
Grunewald forest, this is the ultimate location for Berliners as you have
the best of nature on your doorstep while the fantastic traffic links
ensure you get to the best of the shopping on Kurfürstendamm in less
than 20 minutes.
HOW MUCH? Even in one of the most sought-after areas in the city you
will only be required to part with € 1,090,000 – an absolute bargain
compared with its Continental counterparts.
CAN I RENT IT OUT? There is not much of a rental market for high-end
properties such as this one. If you buy this, live in it and enjoy it.
Executive level
WHAT? An awesome one-bedroom duplex
loft apartment that is both big and beautiful,
weighing in at 174m
2
, and offering huge picture
windows that create a wonderfully bright living
space. There’s a stylish kitchen and bathroom,
hardwood floors, and unique Prussian vaulted
ceilings that ensure the spirit of the last
century lives on.
WHERE? Directly across from the Landwehr
Canal on Paul-Lincke-Höfe in Friedrichshain-
Kreuzberg, a family friendly and peaceful part
of the city. Small parks and boules pitches are
evident alongside fine restaurants, idyllic beer
gardens and a few trendy nightspots too.
HOW MUCH? At € 450,000 it may seem
expensive, but it is still only € 2,586 per m
2
.
Vacant properties command a higher asking
price than tenanted ones, because new rental
terms can be established to maximise yield.
CAN I RENT IT OUT? Similar properties will rent
out at € 2,000 a month.
If money’s no object
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WILL IT MAKE ME RICH?
Exclusive loft apartments like this
will always be in demand. Capital
appreciation in this neighbourhood
is strong and a five-year view could
reward you with 25% growth.
WILL IT MAKE ME RICH?
At less than €3,000 per m
2
it has a long way to go to catch
up with its European counterparts, but as more savvy
Germans (and other investors) descend on the city for its
charm, sophistication and stability, the property prices
are expected to rise greatly over the next 10 years.
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BILLUND
STAY: PROPELLEN
This hotel, although not the cheapest
in town, is great for families – thanks
to its playroom, games room and
small indoor swimming pool. Set right
between the Lalandia amusement park
and Legoland; you can often get special
combined deals with the latter. Doubles
from 1,298DKK (€175).
3 NORDMARKSVEJ, TEL: +45 7533 8133,
WWW.PROPELLEN.DK
VISIT: LEGOLAND
The name “Lego”comes from the Danish
phrase “Leg Godt”(“play well”), which is
just what kids of all ages do at the famous
amusement park themed around the
bricks (pictured). There’s a frosty and fun
new “Polar Zone”for 2012.
NORDMARKSVEJ, TEL: +45 7533 1333,
WWW.LEGOLAND.DK
EAT: BILLUND KRO
This cutesy little inn looks like a Lego
construction itself. The restaurant here is a
large wood-panelled dining room. Try local
favourites such as gravlaks with mustard
dressing, BBQ spare ribs or pepper steak.
6 BUEN, TEL: +45 7533 2633,
WWW.BILLUND-KRO.DK
TEE OFF: GYTTEGARD GOLFKLUB
One of Scandinavia’s most challenging
golf courses is set just outside of Billund.
It’s replete with championship high-green
course, driving range, three-par course and
putting and pitching greens.
43 BILLUNDVEJ, TEL: +45 7533 6382,
WWW.GYTTEGAARDGOLFKLUB.DK
FLY TO BILLUND FROM SIX DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BARCELONA GIRONA
COPENHAGEN
STAY: AXEL HOTEL GULDSMEDEN
It’s a block from the train station, but
it feels like another continent. This
luxurious spot (pictured) is one of the
capital’s hotel darlings: 129 primped
rooms decked out in a unique, Balinese-
inspired style, with four-poster beds,
bathtubs, balconies – and a fair-trade
restaurant and organic spa. Doubles
from 900DKK (€120).
11 HELGOLANDSGADE, TEL: +45 3331 3266,
WWW.HOTELGULDSMEDEN.DK
EAT: AT HOME
Take a night away from the restaurants
and book an evening with a Danish
family. This long-running initiative allows
visitors to have a home-cooked meal with
locals. From 400DKK (€54) per person.
WWW.DINEWITHTHEDANES.DK

DRINK: BANG & JENSEN
With high stucco ceilings, a mahogany
counter left over from its former
incarnation as a pharmacy and plenty of
swagger, this Vesterbro bar is never going
to go out of fashion. Local musicians,
artists and entrepreneurs come to enjoy
pints at all hours of the day. Tends to
pack out before concerts in nearby Vega.
130 ISTEDGADE, TEL: +45 3325 5318,
WWW.BANGOGJENSEN.DK
SEE: MALMO
You’ll fly into charming Malmö, Sweden
– just 35 minutes from Copenhagen by
train – so try to see both cities if you
can. Start at Lilla Torg, an atmospheric
historic square and cultural hub.
WWW.MALMOTOWN.COM
FLY TO MALMO FROM LONDON STANSTED
AARHUS
STAY: CABINN
Right by the city theatre, this small and
functional hotel has great value rooms
modelled after the Murphy bed concept:
pretty much everything folds up and
packs away. Breakfast costs just 50KK
(€7) extra. Doubles from 615DKK (€83).
14 KANNIKEGADE, TEL: +45 8675 7000,
WWW.CABINN.COM
EAT: GLOBEN FLAKKET
Locals flock for the brunches at this
large riverside café with outdoor seating.
For supper, try the baked trout with
ratatouille and grilled lemon.
18 ABOULEVARDEN, TEL: +45 8731 0333,
WWW.GLOBEN-FLAKKET.DK
GROOVE: MUSIKCAFEEN
One of the city’s prime venues for up-and-
coming Danish and international bands,
plus jazz, rock and the odd techno act.
53 MEJLGADE, TEL: +45 8676 0344,
WWW.MUSIKCAFEEN.DK
SEE: AROS
One of the largest art museums in
northern Europe now features a fantastic
– and fantastical – addition on the
roof. Suspended between city and sky,
and loosely inspired by Dante’s Divine
Comedy, is artist Olafur Eliasson’s
permanent installation Your Rainbow
Panorama (pictured). It’s a 150m circular
pathway that spans the colour spectrum
and gives panoramic views out to the
city. Words won’t work here: it simply
must be experienced.
2 AROS ALLE, TEL: +45 8730 6600,
WWW.AROS.DK
FLYTO AARHUS FROM LONDON STANSTED
DENMARK
NUMBER CRUNCHER
1932
The year that Lego
was invented in Billund
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LAPPEENRANTA
STAY: SCANDIC PATRIA
This newly renovated hotel is a good
base for making the most of the town
(pictured). Many rooms have a balcony.
Other perks include flatscreen TVs and
free Wi-Fi.Doubles from €84.
21 KAUPPAKATU, TEL: +358 (0)5 677511,
WWW.SCANDICHOTELS.COM
EAT: CAFE MAJURSKA
Enjoy a cofee and a pie or cake at this
colourfully decorated café, set in a brick
fortress building that once functioned
as a temporary hospital and, later, an
umbrella factory. Sit inside among the
antiques or on the glass veranda.
1 KRISTIINANKATU, TEL: +358 (0)5 453 0554,
WWW.MAJURSKA.COM
REMEMBER: FORTRESS
A walk around Lappenranta’s old
ramparts and fortress area can tell you
a lot about the town’s tormented past as a
16th-century trading post that was thrown
into the frontline of Russian-Swedish
conflicts in 1721. An earthen mound with
commanding views out to lake Saimaa, it
was completed by the Russians as part of
a defense plan for St Petersburg.
WWW.GOSAIMAA.COM
EXPLORE: PARIKKALA
Head out of town for a romantic
wintertime horse-and-carriage ride along
the Russian border and across the quiet
Lake Argus, heavily wooded with oak and
maple trees. Absolutely glorious.
1194 KUUTOSTIE, TEL: +358 (0)5 657 7700,
WWW.KARJALANLOMAHOVI.COM
FLYTO LAPPEENRANTA FROM THREE
DESTINATIONS INCLUDING MILAN (BERGAMO)
MI KKELI
STAY: SOKOS VAAKUNA
Largely aimed at the business market,
this chain hotel (pictured) ofers
comfortably sized rooms, some with
fetching murals of Finland’s lakes. If you
can spring for it, get the top-floor sauna
suite. Doubles from €90.
9 PORRASSALMENKATU, TEL: +358 15 20201,
WWW.SOKOSHOTELS.FI
EAT: FERNANDO
This bright Mexican joint serves Tex-Mex
classics, but also exotic dishes such as
ostrich braised in cognac or grilled
kangaroo with lime and red wine sauce.
17 MAAHERRANKATU, TEL: +358 15 210848,
WWW.RAVINTOLAFERNANDO.FI
DISCOVER: HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM
This site ofers compelling insight into
the strategically significant Winter War, a
105-day campaign that thwarted the Soviet
invasion of Finland in 1939. The entire war
was efectively waged and won from a
single room in this one-time schoolhouse.
1-3 PAAMAJANKUJA, TEL: +358 15 194 2427,
WWW.MIKKELI.FI/MUSEOT
VISIT: MIKKELI ART MUSEUM
Opposite the cathedral you’ll find this
excellent collection of early-20th-
century Finnish Impressionism and
Expressionism. There’s also a grand
display of Gustavian and Rococo furniture
from Sweden and some 300 works from
local sculptor Johannes Haapasalo.
5 RISTIMAENKATU, TEL: +358 15 194 2424,
WWW.VISITMIKKELI.FI
FLY TO LAPPEENRANTA FROM THREE
DESTINATIONS INCLUDING DUSSELDORF
(WEEZE)
TAMPERE
STAY: MANGO
Set a 20-minute walk south of town, this
fantastic self-service hotel (rooms are
entered via a key code and there are no
reception staf) has rooms done up with
some great examples of Rococo-style
furniture. They also rent out furnished
flats. Doubles from €49.
36 HATANPAAN PUISTOKUJA, TEL: +358 (0)1
0666 2111, WWW.MANGOHOTEL.FI
EAT: TILLIKKA
Overlooking the Tammerkoski rapids
with a wrought-iron terrace, this classy
brasserie (pictured) has moulded
ceilings, street lamps and all-round
fin-de-siècle flair. Local dishes on ofer
include Baltic herring fillet, but they are
best known for their hash browns.
14 HAMEENKATU, TEL: +358 (0)1 3254 4700,
WWW.KIPPIS.FI
VISIT: FINLAYSON CENTRE
Finland’s largest manufacturing centre was
founded when Scotsman James Finlayson
opened a textile factory here, drawing
labour from rural areas. Today, Finlayson’s
brick factory is a complex of shops,
restaurants and bars (pictured).
WEST TAMPERE, WW.VISITTAMPERE.FI
DRINK: CAFE EUROPA
This boho spot with red velvet sofas and
antique memorabilia is a student favourite.
A great list of glögi (mulled wines) includes
Ruby Cinnamon, Hot Raspberry and the
absinthe-flavoured Artist’s Dream.
29 ALEKSANTERINKATU,
WWW.RAVINTOLA.FI/EUROPA
FLYTO TAMPERE FROM SIX DESTINATIONS
INCLUDING BREMEN AND KAUNAS
FINLAND
RYANAIRMAGAZINE
NUMBER CRUNCHER
210,000
The reindeer population of Finnish Lapland
(188,000: human population of Finnish Lapland)
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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
hiihtomuseo@lahti.f
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EAT: LA PASSERELLE DU CLAIR DE LUNE
The riches of the sea are featured on the
menu here, but this is not any old fish
place: think seared tuna with coriander
seeds, sea bass in ginger sauce, grilled
John Dory with oat risotto and morels…
all served up with an ocean view.
3 AVENUE GEORGE V,
TEL:+33 (0)2 9916 9637,
WWW.LA-PASSERELLE-RESTAURANT.COM
STAY: VILLA REINE HORTENSE
Here’s a chance to stay in one of those
19th-century villas that Dinard is known
for (pictured). Built by a mysterious
Russian prince, it features Napoleon
III-style furniture and fixtures and
charming salons for tea sipping. Doubles
from €150.
19 RUE DE LA MALOUINE, TEL: +33 (0)2 9946
5431, WWW.VILLA-REINE-HORTENSE.COM
SOAK: THALASSA DINARD
Pamper yourself with seawater
treatments at this thalassotherapy
spa perched on a rocky promontory
overlooking the ocean. Hydromassage,
seaweed wraps, body scrubs, and
reflexology are on ofer, plus a variety of
pools filled with purified seawater.
1 AVENUE DU CHATEAU HEBERT, TEL: +33
(0)2 9916 7810, WWW.ACCORTHALASSA.COM
WALK: PROMENADE DU CLAIR
DE LUNE
For a civilised walk along the seashore,
there’s nothing like this paved path along
Dinard’s seawall, which is strewn with
benches for taking in the view.
FLY TO DINARD FROM EAST MIDLANDS
AND LONDON STANSTED
PARIS

STAY: HOTEL BANKE
Banke is a sumptuous, boutique four-star
with a brilliant location right by Galeries
Lafayette. The warm-toned interiors
blend period features with contemporary
furnishings such as Philippe Starck
stools. The entrance hall (pictured) really
has the wow-factor. Doubles from €180.
20 RUE LA FAYETTE,
TEL: +33 (0)1 5533 2222,
WWW.DERBYHOTELS.COM/EN/HOTEL-BANKE
SEE: MUSEE D’ORSAY
The scafolding has finally come down,
and now everyone can admire the Musée
d’Orsay’s latest face lift. Converted
from a Belle Epoque train station into
a museum in 1986, it was high time
for a little TLC. The displays have been
overhauled, new gallery spaces have
opened up, and there’s a new café, too.
62 RUE DE LILLE, TEL: +33 (0)1 4049 4814,
WWW.MUSEE-ORSAY.FR
EAT: LE FELTEU
Blink and you’ll miss this little place, but
that would be a shame because you’d
miss out on hearty servings of excellent
bistro fare, like rib steak, duck magret
and potatoes gratin dauphinois.
15 RUE PECQUAY,
TEL: +33 (0)1 4272 1451
DRINK: CAFE DE LA DANSE
A café venue where you can have a beer
and listen to jazz, world and folk music,
and see modern dance and theatre.
5 PASSAGE LOUIS-PHILIPPE, TEL: +33 (0)1
4700 5759, WWW.CAFEDELADANSE.COM
FLY TO PARIS (BEAUVAIS) FROM 44
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING PORTO
MARSEILLE
EAT: LA TABLE RONDE
Gourmet dining options abound in
Marseille, and of course seafood is a
speciality. But when you just want a
classic, well-made lunch that won’t break
the bank, crepes are the way to go – and
this is the place to come.
24 RUE SYLVABELLE, TEL: +33 (0)4 9104
6883, WWW.LATABLERONDE.FR
STAY: NEW HOTEL VIEUX-PORT
This light, airy-feeling hotel is opposite
the Old Port and close to the city’s
historic centre, within easy reach of
cultural attractions like the National
Theatre. It’s a great find at a good price.
Doubles from €70.
3 BIS RUE REINE-ELISABETH, TEL: +33 (0)4
9199 2323, WWW.NEW-HOTEL.COM
SEE: MUSEE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN
DE MARSEILLE
Marseille’s contemporary art museum,
referred to as the Mac, opened in the
mid-1990s and is home to a large and
diverse collection of pieces from the
1960s onwards. Make a day of it.
69 AVENUE DE HAIFA, TEL: +33 (0)4 9125 0107,
WWW.LESARTISTESCONTEMPORAINS.COM/
MACMARSEILLE.HTML
PUTT: DOLCE FREGATE GOLF CLUB
The Dolce Fregate Provence hotel has
its own well-regarded Golf Academy
(pictured), and two courses with
stunning views of the Mediterranean.
LIEU-DIT FREGATE, ROUTE DE BANDOL, RD 559,
SAINT CYR SUR MER, TEL: +33.(0)4 9429 399,
WWW.DOLCE-FREGATE-HOTEL.COM
FLY TO MARSEILLE MP2 FROM EIGHT
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING EINDHOVEN
FRANCE
99 RYANAIRMAGAZINE
NUMBER CRUNCHER
40
The number of “immortals”, or
members, of the Académie Française
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BERLIN
DRINK: MEIN HAUS AM SEE
Open 24/7, Mein Haus am See is a
café, bar and club frequented by laptop
wielding brunch-lovers by day and
packed with Berlin hipsters by night. One
of Berlin Mitte’s most popular hangouts.
197-198 BRUNNENSTRASSE , TEL: +49 (0)30
2759 0873, WWW.MEIN-HAUS-AM-SEE.
BLOGSPOT.COM
RELAX: WINTER BADESCHIFF
A quirky bathing spot in summer, this
cargo-container submerged into the
slow-moving River Spree is transformed
in winter into a sauna/pool retreat
popular with the young, trendy residents
of the district of Kreuzberg. An ideal
place to sweat away those winter blues.
4 EICHENSTRASSE,
WWW.ARENA-BERLIN.DE
ATTEND: 62ND BERLINALE
As the largest public film festival in the
world, showcasing over 400 new releases
and attracting an impressive list of stars,
the Berlinale takes over the German
capital from 9-19 February. Who will win
the famous Golden Bear (pictured)?
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, TEL: +49 (0)30 259200,
WWW.BERLINALE.DE
SHOP: TREPTOWER FLEA MARKET
A permanent indoor market featuring
three huge halls of bargain-hunting fun.
Perfect for going market shopping in
winter without freezing your fingers of.
4 EICHENSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)171 847 8148 ,
WWW.BERLIN-BASAR.DE
FLYTO BERLIN (SHONEFELD) FROM
SEVEN DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING LONDON
(STANSTED) AND MILAN (BERGAMO)
BREMEN
EAT: KAISER FRIEDRICH
This charismatic little pub, named after
Emperor Friedrich III, serves traditional
north German cuisine. A great spot
to sample some authentic Bremen
Labskaus or Knipp smoked sausage.
13 LANGE WIEREN , TEL: +40 (0)421 326429,
WWW.KAISERFRIEDRICH.DE
STAY: ATLANTIC HOTEL UNIVERSUM
Nestled in the idyllic Bürgerpark, next to
the Universum Science Centre, is this four-
star hotel. It’s wonderfully quiet and yet
the centre of Bremen is only a 10-minute
train ride away. Doubles from €115.
4 WIENER STRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)421 24670,
WWW.ATLANTIC-HOTELS.DE
VISIT: SCHROTER’S CHOCOLATERIE
UND PATISSERIE
Tucked away in Bremen’s charming
Schnoorviertel, this place boats an
exquisite selection of hand-made
chocolates, pralines, truf es,
marmalades and more (pictured). Try
to resist the temptation to gobble your
purchases up before leaving the store.
14 SCHNOOR, TEL: +40 (0)421 326677,
WWW.SCHROETERS-CHOCOLATERIE.DE
PARTY: NFF CREAM CLUB
This club specialises in the kind of
electro, house and techno beats that
attract a young, energetic crowd to
bounce around and exchange sweat-
soaked glances across the small, packed
dance floor until the late morning hours.
12-14 KATHARINENSTRASSE,
WWW.NFFCLUB.DE
FLY TO BREMEN FROM 14 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING MALAGA AND TAMPERE
MUNICH
EAT: NOMIYA
German/Japanese fusion may sound like
an unlikely concoction, but marry a beer
hall to a sushi bar and you end up with
Nomiya. Be sure to try the great yakitori
and ramen, best washed down with a big
mug of Bavarian wheat beer.
7 WORTHSTRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)89 448 4095,
WWW.NOMIYA.DE
STAY: HOTEL OPERA
With all the charm of a familiar family
retreat, the four-star Hotel Opera feels
like a home-away-from-home. It’s just
five minutes from Marienplatz, too.
Doubles from €155.
10 ST ANNA STRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)89 210
4940, WWW.HOTEL-OPERA.DE
VISIT: NEUE PINAKOTHEK
Hosting a permanent collection of over
400 19th-century masterpieces, including
Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, some
of Paul Cézanne’s still-life work and
pieces from German romantic painter
Casper David Friedrich, Munich’s Neue
Pinakothek (pictured) is not to be missed.
29 BARER STRASSE, TEL: +49 (0)89 2380
5195, WWW.PINAKOTHEK.DE
SEE: BMW MUSEUM
Petrol-heads and design fans won’t be
able to get enough of the BMW Museum.
With its diverse and engaging displays,
if someone has dragged you here, you
might find yourself pleasantly surprised.
1 AM OLYMPIAPARK, TEL: +49(0)89 1250
16001, WWW.BMW-WELT.COM
FLY TO MEMMINGEN (MUNICH WEST)
FROM NINE DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
PORTO AND VALENCIA
GERMANY
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The number of medals that Germany has
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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
Within Shrine Grounds Great Food all Day
Matt Molloy’s Bar overfows all year with visitors from all fve continents.
What is surprising is that the bar manages to keep the sense of
intimacy which is vital for the music to fourish. Knowing that traditional
musicians prefer cosy nooks and crannies, Matt has purposely kept the
bar small so that they can congregate to enjoy a pint and a tune. If he
is not on tour, Matt joins in the session and if you have been dazzled
by his fute playing with The Chieftains, you can sit down here for
the price of a pint and hear the same music.
Bridge Street, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland
www.mattmolloy.com | info@mattmolloy.com
MATT MOLLOY’S BAR
A Traditional Irish Atmosphere and
the Best of Irish Traditional Music
The True Home of
Traditional Irish Food since 1989
20 - 21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
Open 7 days a week. Reservations Recommended
www.boxtyhouse.ie Ph: 353 1 6772762
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DUBLIN
SEE: IRELAND’S NATURAL HISTORY
A Natural History museum forms part
of the National Museum of Ireland. It’s
proud to say its permanent exhibitions
have actually changed little in the last
100 years. The skeletons of native Irish
mammals, including huge deer, are
particularly magnificent.
MERRION STREET, TEL:+353 (0)1 677 7444,
WWW.MUSEUM.IE
STAY: THE MORGAN
Located in the centre of lively Temple
Bar, this stylish boutique hotel flawlessly
combines opulence and convenience.
Irish artist Robert Shaw’s paintings gives
the property a decidedly bohemian feel.
Doubles from €108.
10 FLEET STREET +353 (0)1 643 7000,
WWW.THEMORGAN.COM
DRINK: MULLIGAN’S
Immortalised by James Joyce in his
collection The Dubliners, Mulligan’s is
a bona fide old-school Dublin boozer.
The crowd is an eclectic mix of chatty
students and more mature regulars.
8 POOLBEG STREET, TEL: + 353 (0)1 677
5582, WWW.MULLIGANS.IE
VISIT: THE OLD JAMESON DISTILLERY
VISITOR CENTRE
On the grounds of John Jameson’s original
distillery from 1780, now a visitor attraction
(pictured). Take the tour to learn all about
golden elixir – then taste plenty of it.
BOW STREET, SMITHFIELD VILLAGE, TEL: +353
(1) 807 2355,
WWW.TOURS.JAMESONWHISKEY.COM
FLY TO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING WROCLAW
KILKENNY
VISIT: KILKENNY CASTLE
This imposing 13th-century castle sits in
the heart of Kilkenny’s medieval city. Once
a symbol of the Norman occupation of
Ireland, it is now a popular visitor attraction
complete with art galleries, parklands
and a beautiful rose garden.
THE PARADE, TEL: +353 (0)56 770 4100,
WWW.KILKENNYCASTLE.IE
STAY: RIVER COURT HOTEL
An oasis of calm in the bustling city centre,
this classy Georgian-style hotel (pictured)
is just the place for those who want to relax
in the city. The views of Kilkenny castle
from the Riverside restaurant are a real
treat. Doubles from €80.
THE BRIDGE, JOHN STREET, TEL: +353 (0)56
772 3388, WWW.RIVERCOURTHOTEL.COM
EAT: CAMPAGNE
Garrett Byrne’s eatery is a testament
to the renowned chef’s confidence and
taste. The restaurant, housed in an old
railway arch, is a low-key afair – unlike the
French-influenced cuisine on the menu. Try
the slow-cooked beef, with mushrooms,
caramelized shallots and smoked bacon.
THE ARCHES, 5 GASHOUSE LANE, TEL:+353
(0)56 777 2858, WWW.CAMPAGNE.IE
DRINK: MATT THE MILLERS
Conveniently situated on the banks of the
River Nore, this friendly, traditional bar is
one of Kilkenny’s most popular drinking
holes. Its old-fashioned exterior hides four
floors and no end of “craic”.
1 JOHN STREET, TEL: +353 (0)56 776 1696,
WWW.MATTTHEMILLERS.COM
FLYTO SHANNON FROM 6 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING LIVERPOOL
WESTPORT
DRINK: MATT MOLLOY’S PUB
Flautist Matt Molloy has seen the world
with the Chieftains but still he loves
nothing better than a pint and a tune in
his cosy pub. When he’s not of with the
band on tour, Matt often leads the bar’s
legendary live music sessions.
BRIDGE STREET, TEL: +353 (0)98 26655,
WWW.MATTMOLLOY.COM
STAY: WESTPORT PLAZA HOTEL
Adjoining its larger sister property the
Castlecourt, this smart, contemporary
hotel ofers comfort with class. Book a
room with a balcony, take a stroll through
the rooftop garden, or, if you prefer, just
relax in the jacuzzi. Doubles from €98.
CASTLEBAR STREET, TEL: +353 (0)98 51166,
WWW.WESTPORTPLAZAHOTEL.IE
EAT: AN PORT MOR
Hearty Irish cooking is the order of the
day at proprietor-chef Frankie Mallon’s
celebrated restaurant in the heart of
Westport. Fish dominates the menu,
from the perfectly crisp beer-battered
mackerel to Clew Bay king scallops.
BRIDGE STREET, TEL: +353 (0)98 26730,
WWW.ANPORTMOR.COM
VISIT: IMAGES OF MAYO
Eamonn McCarthy’s bijou gallery
showcases highlights from a lifetime
spent photographing Mayo’s beauty
spots (pictured). As well as selling his
work, McCarthy ofers photography
workshops and tours of ‘the Yew County’.
CASTLEBAR STREET, TEL: +353 (0)98 50275,
WWW.IMAGESOFMAYO.COM
FLYTO KNOCK (IRELAND WEST) FROM 5
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING TENERIFE SOUTH
IRELAND
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The number of land mammals that
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Opposite Dublin castle
Dame Street, Dublin 2.
Tel : + 353 1 670 9785
Toscana Dun Laoghaire
5 Windsor Terrace,
Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
Tel : + 353 1 230 0890
www.toscanarestaurant.ie
Open 7 days, from 12 noon till late.
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EAT: SAN MATTEO CHURCH
Housed in an historic converted church,
this restaurant serves up warming dishes
such as ricotta ravioli and mushroom
risotto, as well as Florentine steaks and
seafood. It’s also a pizzeria, cooking up
top-notch wood-fired treats.
4 VICOLO DEL GUASTO, TEL: +39 045 800
4538, WWW.SMATTEO.IT
DRINK: ANTICA BOTTEGA DEL VINO
Open since 1890, this former haunt of
artists and writers today hosts one of
Italy’s best selections of wine. Sit down
for food and drink on the rustic wooden
benches, or enjoy some wine at the bar.
3 VICOLO SCUDO DI FRANCIA,
TEL: +39 045 800 4535,
WWW.ANTICABOTTEGADELVINO.NET
STAY: GRAND HOTEL VERONA
Built as the family home of an
Austrian aristocrat family called the
Reichenbachs, in the style of a 1920s
palazzo, now this hotel (pictured) can be
your base in Verona. Doubles from €145.
105 CORSO PORTA NUOVA, TEL: +39 045
595600, WWW.GRANDHOTEL.VR.IT
SMOOCH: VERONA IN LOVE
You can’t get away from romance in the
city of Romeo and Juliet – and even more
so on Valentine’s Day. From 12-14 February,
you can see Juliette’s house (pictured) free
of charge and enjoy concerts, markets,
exhibitions and other celebrations.
PIAZZA DEI SIGNORI AND PIAZZA BRA,
WWW.VERONAINLOVE.IT
FLY TO VERONA FROM NINE
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
BRUSSELS (CHARLEROI)
MILAN
EAT: DON JUAN
Thick, juicy steaks cooked on the parrilla
(coal grill) are the speciality at this
top-notch Argentinian restaurant. Its four
informal rooms are decorated tastefully
with cowhides and drums – leaving you
to focus on getting through that rib-eye.
2 VIA ALTAGUARDIA, TEL: +39 02 5843 0805,
WWW.RISTORANTEDONJUAN.COM
DRINK: CONNIE DOUGLAS
Featuring a pool and mocked-up view of
LA, this designer bar resembles a 1950s
villa in the Hollywood hills. Head here at
happy hour (6pm-9pm) for superb €6
cocktails and aperitivo snacks.
15 VIA BORDIGHERA, TEL: +39 02 4548 5932,
WWW.CONNIEDOUGLAS.COM
STAY: HOTEL SANPI
Built around an attractive 19th-century
villa, this eclectic four-star hotel
(pictured) near Porta Venezia is a mix of
Regency and modern Milanese. Pick one
of the newer rooms for the stylish Alessi
bathrooms. Doubles from €125.
18 VIA LAZZARO PALAZZI, TEL: +39 02 2951
3341, WWW.HOTELSANPIMILANO.COM
SEE: POLDI PEZZOLI MUSEUM
Winding staircases, shiny marble floors
and fine artworks make up the splendid
interiors of this 19th-century nobleman’s
house. The owner was a collector who
amassed a haul of paintings, Murano
glass, textiles and tapestries.
12 VIA MANZONI, TEL: +39 02 796334,
WWW.MUSEOPOLDIPEZZOLI.IT
FLY TO MILAN (BERGAMO) FROM 51
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BRUSSELS
(CHARLEROI) AND PORTO
VENICE
EAT: LOCANDA RESTAURANT
AVOGARIA
Created by an architect and chef from
Bari, this informal, low-lit restaurant (with
rooms) sets just the right mood with its
exposed brick walls and wood-beamed
ceilings. The menu features plenty of
Puglian dishes, such as orecchiette.
1629 CALLE DELL’AVOGARIA, TEL: +39 041
296 0491, WWW.AVOGARIA.COM
DRINK: CANTINA DO SPADE
Dark and cosy, this classic Venetian
bacaro is tucked away near the Rialto
fish market in San Polo. It’s a welcoming
place to head on a cold winter’s night.
Order ombra (wine by the jug), Dolomiti
beer, spritz or prosecco and snack on
the delicious fried sardines.
19 CALLE DELLE DO SPADE, TEL: +39 041 521
0583, WWW.CANTINADOSPADE.IT
STAY: PALAZZO STERN
There’s a pretty, well-tended garden and
waterside terrace at this Dorsoduro villa
(pictured). The rooms feature beautiful
parquet floors, Oriental rugs and Murano
glass. Doubles from €170.
DORSODURO 2792, TEL: +39 041 277 0869,
WWW.PALAZZOSTERN.IT
SHOP: IL MISTERO BUFFO
Look out for the giant white mask outside
this shop in the Dorsoduro. Inside, scores
of handmade carnival masks and other
glittery facial adornments line the walls.
S BASEGIO, DORSODURO 1645,
TEL: +39 041 523 8719
FLY TO VENICE (TREVISO) FROM 25
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING ALGHERO AND
PARIS (BEAUVAIS)
ITALY
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The height in metres of the main hall of the Grotta Gigante,
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MALAGA
EAT: CITRON
Citron is on the corner of Plaza de la
Merced, where Picasso was born, and
the artist would surely have approved of
the bright colour scheme and modern
artwork. The presence of Asian and
Scandinavian dishes on the menu might
have confused him but there’s more to
Malaga than just tapas.
5 PLAZA DE LA MERCED, TEL:+34 952 212139,
WWW.GRUPOCITRON.COM
DRINK: BAR CALLE BRUSELAS
The owners of Bar Calle Bruselas have
gone to great lengths to recreate the look
of a Belgian street. They even have the
street lights in place. The result – and
this won’t surprise Belgians, of course
– is one of Malaga’s coolest bars.
16 PLAZA DE LA MERCED,
TEL: +34 952 603948
STAY: PARADOR DE MALAGA
GIBRALFARO
Gibralfaro is a classic-looking castle out
of a fairy tale. This hotel next door to
it (pictured) is built with same rugged
stone, but ofers a more luxurious
experience. Doubles from €102.
CASTILLO DE GIBRALFARO, TEL: +34 902
547979, WWW.PARADOR.ES
SEE: JARDIN DE LA CONCEPCION
Set in the mountains above Malaga, this
is a garden laid out in the English style,
but you won’t find many of its subtropical
plants in England. Gorgeous.
3 CAMINO DEL JARDIN BOTANICO,
WWW.LACONCEPCION.MALAGA.EU
FLY TO MALAGA FROM 17 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BREMEN AND VALENCIA
MADRID
EAT: CHOCOLATERIA SANS GINES
Head to the Chocolateria San Gines
(pictured) at 8am and you’ll find frazzled
hedonists alongside of ce workers
making a stop-of on their commute. The
chocolate con churros (deep-fried batter
in chocolate) work equally well as a post-
party snack or high-calorie breakfast.
5 PASADIZO DE SAN GINES, TEL: +34 913
656546, WWW.CHOCOLATERIASANGINES.ES
STAY: ME BY MELIA
One of the coolest hotels in Madrid,
this was previously the Hotel Reina
Victoria, and the hip place for bullfighters
to hang out in the 1920s. These days
it’s frequented by models and actors.
Doubles from €199.
14 PLAZA DE SANTA ANA, TEL: +34 902
144440, WWW.MEMADRID.COM
DRINK: MUSEO CHICOTE
The Museo Chicote was opened by the
Ritz’s barman Perico Chicote in 1931 as
a place to show of his collection of rare
spirits (hence the bar’s misleading name
“museo”.) Cocktails are an art form here,
so make sure you come thirsty.
12 CALLE GRAN VIA, TEL: +34 915 326737,
WWW.MUSEO-CHICOTE.COM
SEE: GOYA’S “BLACK PAINTINGS” AT
EL PRADO
Goya’s intense, gruesome “Black Paintings”
were originally daubed directly on to the
walls of his dining room. See them here.
23 CALLE RUIZ DE ALARCON,
TEL: +34 913 302800,
WWW.MUSEODELPRADO.ES
FLY TO MADRID FROM 38 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING KRAKOW AND LANZAROTE
SEVILLE
EAT: LA MADRAZA
In Seville if somewhere’s good and it’s
cheap it’ll be packed. This is why you
should see the queues of people waiting
at the bar at La Madraza as a very good
thing. Their great-value tapas are bigger
than most restaurants “raciones”.
21 CALLE PERIS MENCHETA,
TEL: +34 954 908188
DRINK: EL RINCONCILLO
Seville’s oldest bar (opened in 1670) has a
collection of spirit bottles dating back 70
years. They’re a tribute to the incredible
restraint of the owners, the latest in seven
generations of the same family. How many
times must they have got a bit tipsy and
thought of opening one?
40 CALLE GERONA, TEL: +34 954 223183,
WWW.ELRINCONCILLO.ES
STAY: HOTEL ALFONSO XIII
The Hotel Alfonso XIII (pictured)
is famously opulent, especially the
wonderful central courtyard. It’s been
shut for several months for renovations
but, hurrah, it will reopen at the end of
March. Doubles from €375.
2 SAN FERNANDO, TEL: +34 954 917000,
WWW.HOTEL-ALFONSOXIII-SEVILLA.COM/
SEE: REAL ALCAZAR
In the violent Middle Ages you had to
work to get a name like “Pedro the Cruel”.
Still, as the builder of the wonderful
Alcázar palace, you’d have thought Pedro
deserves a better moniker.
PATIO DE BANDERAS, TEL: +34 954 502324,
WWW.PATRONATO-ALCAZARSEVILLA.ES
FLY TO SEVILLE FROM 24 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BORDEAUX AND PALMA
SPAIN
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The number of cases of gin consumed in Spain per year. Spain is the
second-largest consumer of gin, per head, in the world aer the Philippines
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EAT: SENKAI
Want to combine healthy living and fine
dining? Feast on sustainably sourced sushi,
organic vegetable tempura and more at
this restaurant (pictured) tucked away near
Piccadilly Circus.
CORNER OF AIR STREET, 65 REGENT STREET
LONDON W1B, TEL: +44 (0)20 7494 7600,
WWW.SENKAIRESTAURANT.COM
SEE: NOISES OFF
This farcical play by Michael Frayn is
all about a theatre company staging a
(diferent) farcical play. A befuddling – and
totally hilarious –piece of meta-art.
THE OLD VIC, THE CUT, LONDON SE1,
TEL: +44 (0)844 871 7628,
WWW.OLDVICTHEATRE.COM
DRINK: BUBBLEOLOGY
If you’re a fan of the distinctive “bubble
tea” from Taiwain – chilled fruit- or
milk-based tea with tapioca balls – help
is at hand. Bubbleology, already a hit in
Soho, has now also set up shop in Harvey
Nichols department store. It really is
curiously addictive.
WWW.BUBBLEOLOGY.CO.UK
ENJOY: LONDON EYE
Annual maintenance sees the London
Eye, the capital’s iconic ferris wheel-like
attraction on the Thames, close from 7-20
January. So we reckon 10am on 21 January
could actually be one of the best times to
take a ride, with (hopefully) fewer crowds.
NEAR COUNTY HALL, WESTMINSTER BRIDGE
ROAD, LONDON SE1, TEL: +44 (0)871 781 3000,
WWW.LONDONEYE.COM
FLYTO LONDON (GATWICK, LUTON AND
STANSTED) FROM OVER 100 DESTINATIONS
MANCHESTER
STAY: HILTON MANCHESTER
DEANSGATE
You can’t really miss this Hilton as it’s
located within the vast, glass-fronted
Beetham Tower. Its Cloud 23 bar is a well-
known and the hotel has just added a spa,
Spa 303. Doubles from £149 (€175).
303 DEANSGATE, TEL: +44 (0)161
870 1600, WWW.HILTON.CO.UK/
MANCHESTERDEANSGATE
SEE: GRAYSON PERRY: VISUAL
DIALOGUES
Working with a group of youngsters aged
15 to 18. Manchester Art Gallery has
created this display looking at the work
of contemporary artist Grayson Perry. It
features two pieces by Perry himself.
See it from 1-12 February.
MOSLEY STREET, TEL: +44 (0)161 235 8888,
WWW.MANCHESTERGALLERIES.ORG
EAT: OCEAN TREASURE 235
This contemporary Cantonese restaurant
packs in plenty of diners. The owners
claim to have poached the best chefs
from Chinatown. We believe it.
GREAT NORTHERN WAREHOUSE, 2 WATSON
STREET, TEL: +44 (0)161 839 7613,
WWW.OCEANTREASURE235.CO.UK
DRINK: CINNABAR
The fashionable Cinnabar (pictured) was
designed by the creator of the Buddha
Bar, Paris. Don’t be surprised if you spot
a famous footballer or two here.
LORD NORTH STREET, SPORT CITY,
TEL: +44(0)161 202 0055,
WWW.VERMILIONCINNABAR.COM
FLY TO MANCHESTER FROM 10
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING MADRID
EDINBURGH
STAY: OLD WAVERLEY HOTEL
There’s been a hotel in this same spot
on Princes Street for 150 years, and for a
three-star, the Old Waverley has a positively
sumptuous, old-world feel – without the
crazy prices to match. You’ll likely find your
room has pretty drapes and chandeliers.
Doubles from £80 (€94).
43 PRINCES STREET, TEL: +44 (0)131 556
4648, WWW.THEEDINBURGHCOLLECTION.
COM/OLDWAVERLEY
EAT: OLOROSO
Enjoy uncommonly good views across
the Edinburgh skyline and traditional
Scottish dishes at Oloroso (pictured). Try
smoked salmon with Oloroso sherry for
example, or a classic haggis.
33 CASTLE STREET, TEL: +44 (0)131 226 7614,
WWW.OLOROSO.CO.UK
DRINK: AMICUS APPLE
If you’re in the mood for a perky cocktail
lounge, as opposed to an old boozer, drop
into this the new town bar for the likes of
a drink named after a Gwen Stefani song,
the kiwi vodka-based Hollaback Girl.
17 FREDERICK STREET, +44 (0)131 226 6055,
WWW.AMICUSAPPLE.COM
SEE: PENGUIN CAM
Edinburgh Zoo is known for its well-loved
penguin colony. Watch them any time
on the zoo’s “Penguin Cam” at www.
edinburghzoo.org.uk/EZPenguinCam.
html Or better yet, visit them in person.
EDINBURGH ZOO, EDINBURGH EH12,
TEL +44 (0)131 334 9171,
WWW.EDINBURGHZOO.ORG.UK
FLY TO EDINBURGH FROM 25
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING ALICANTE
UK
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The number of aardwolves (African mammals
that are part of the hyena family) at Edinburgh Zoo
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RYANAIR INFLIGHT PROMOTION
O’Callaghan Hotel Group
DUBLIN, IRELAND
Nestled in a quiet corner of Merrion Square
on the doorstep of Trinity College, the
O’Callaghan Alexander (pictured above), Mont
Clare and Davenport Hotels are just a short
stroll from Temple Bar, Grafton Street, the Aviva
Stadium and Dublin’s many theatres, making
them the perfect city base. Plus the recently
refurbished Stephen’s Green Hotel (pictured
right) is situated on the south-west corner of
St Stephen’s Green park and favoured by many
of our corporate and leisure guests alike.
Each O’Callaghan Hotel is individually
styled, from the classic to the contemporary,
allowing guests to relax in total comfort and
elegance whichever location they choose.
Individual style, excellent locations and
professional, friendly service are the hallmarks
of the O’Callaghan Group and all the staff
work hard to ensure your stay is one of
complete satisfaction. As a privately owned
Irish group, O’Callaghan Hotels know the
value of a warm welcome.
O’Callaghan Hotels are offering 10% off
their room rates for all Ryanair customers
for stays until March 31, 2012. Just enter the
promotion code RYANAIR on their website.
WWW.OCALLAGHANHOTELS.COM
FLY TO DUBLIN FROM 52 DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING
KAUNAS, MEMMINGEN (MUNICH WEST) AND WROCLAW.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Heaven in a
hotel room
Treat yourself to a little winter luxury, care
of the sumptuous accommodation and
chic design of these dazzling hotels
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McWilliam
Park Hotel
MAYO, IRELAND
The McWilliam Park Hotel is
a superb four-star hotel located
just 20 minutes from Ireland West
Airport in Knock.
This stunning establishment
boasts excellent accommodation,
dining in J.G.’s Restaurant and great
leisure facilities including an 18m
pool and jacuzzi.
Explore the sights of Mayo such
as Cong, Leenane and Connemara
– all within easy access of the hotel.
Enter the promo code ‘Ryan1’
on the website to book two
nights B&B for just €50pps,
subject to availability.
CLAREMORRIS, CO. MAYO, TEL: +353 94 9378000,
WWW.MCWILLIAMPARK.IE
FLY TO KNOCK (IRELAND WEST) FROM 5
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING TENERIFE SOUTH.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Hotel Lleó
BARCELONA, SPAIN
Located within walking distance
of Barcelona’s La Rambla and
Plaça Catalunya, the Hotel Lleó
is ideal for business travel and
tourism alike. Modern, functional,
and boasting three stars, the hotel is
both spacious and comfortable, and
offers a range of facilities to make
your stay as lovely as could be.
The first-class amenities include a
swimming pool and business centre
as well as wireless internet and a
buffet breakfast. Take advantage of
the Ryanair promotion when you
reserve your room on the website
to receive a complimentary bottle
of wine on arrival.
22-24 PELAI, ES-8001 BARCELONA,
TEL: +34 933 18 13 12, WWW.HOTEL-LLEO.COM
FLY TO BARCELONA (EL PRAT, GIRONA
AND REUS) FROM 41 DESTINATIONS.
WWW.RYANAIR.COM
GombitHotel
BERGAMO, ITALY
For those who want to be truly
inspired by their accommodation,
GombitHotel is the first design
hotel within the ancient walls
that surround Bergamo Alta, the
medieval Upper Town of Bergamo.
Next to the Torre del Gombito,
a 13th-century stone tower, the
boutique design hotel feels part-art
gallery, part atelier with beautiful
furnishings and exposed original
brick walls. Unique and remarkable,
GombitHotel offers an unforgettable
stay – a place for dreamers, created
by dreamers.
6 VIA MARIO LUPO,
24129 BERGAMO,
TEL: +39 035247009,
WWW.GOMBITHOTEL.IT
FLYTO MILAN BERGAMO FROM 51
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BRUSSELS
(CHARLEROI) AND PORTO. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Fortyseven Hotel
ROME, ITALY
Located in the very heart of
Ancient Rome, within walking
distance of every point of interest
in the city, Fortyseven Hotel is the
ideal location for your vacation or
business trip. The Circus Restaurant
at the Roof Garden will ravish your
senses with its magnificent view
and contemporary Mediterranean
cuisine. Plus, exclusive to Ryanair
passengers, present your boarding
pass to receive a welcome
drink upon arrival, an upgrade
(subject to availability) as well as
complimentary wi-fi.
47 VIALUIGI PETROSELLI, 00186 ROME,
TEL: +39 06 6787816,
WWW.FORTYSEVENHOTEL.COM
RESERVATIONS@FORTYSEVENHOTEL.COM
FLY TO ROME CIAMPINO FROM 42
DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING BILLUND AND
VILNIUS. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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Hotel Areca
Alicante Airport
ELCHE, SPAIN
The four-star Hotel Areca is a
convenient 2km from Alicante
airport, set in the small town of
Torrellano, in Elche. The Areca’s
generous range of amenities
includes a wonderful spa with a
truly serene pool for the ultimate
in relaxation getaways. There’s
also a cafeteria, a beautiful terrace
and a fabulous restaurant serving
Mediterranean cuisine – some of
the best in the area – where you’ll
enjoy a pleasant view of the garden.
Exclusive to Ryanair passengers,
get 15% off the price of your
room when you present this page,
plus a free transfer to the airport.
2 LIMON, 03320, TORRELLANO (ELCHE),
TEL: +34 965 685 477, WWW.HOTELARECA.ES
FLYTO ALICANTE FROM 27 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING MADRID. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
RYANAIR INFLIGHT PROMOTION
Hotel Adriano
SEVILLE, SPAIN
Boasting one of the best locations
in the city – just 250m from the
Giralda Cathedral (above) and Santa
Cruz area – Hotel Adriano offers
exceptionally comfortable rooms
with a warm, friendly atmosphere.
The perfect place for business and
leisure, this boutique hotel has a
cafeteria, terrace, gym, Jacuzzi,
solarium and ample parking. The
rooms are spacious, with ensuite
bathrooms, air conditioning,
international TV and free wi-fi.
Mention this promotion when
reserving your room to receive 10%
off the standard rate via the website
or by telephone.
12 ADRIANO STREET, 41001 SEVILLE,
TEL: +34 954 293800, WWW.ADRIANOHOTEL.COM
FLYTO SEVILLE FROM 24 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING ALICANTE, DÜSSELDORF (WEEZE)
AND MARRAKESH. WWW.RYANAIR.COM
Porto Palácio
Hotel
PORTO, PORTUGAL
The unique, five-star Porto
Palácio Hotel is nothing short
of spectacular, and offers a truly
unforgettable stay in Porto.
A member of The Leading
Hotels of the World, this chic
and sumptuous establishment has
a warm atmosphere that makes
you feel instantly at home amid
the exquisite surroundings. From
the sun-drenched roof-top deck
(above) to the elegantly decorated
rooms (such as the Executive
Suite below), Porto Palácio Hotel
caters to your every need with
unremitting luxury.
Located in the heart of the
city – just a five-minute walk from
the iconic Casa da Música and
the nearest tube station – Porto
Palácio Hotel is the ideal starting
point to explore this picturesque
and historic city.
Exclusive to Ryanair passengers,
take advantage of the City Break
package, offering one night in a
superb Executive Room, with an
upgrade for just €79 for up to two
adults and one child, or €99 for up
to two adults and two children, in a
50m
2
Family Suite with two complete
bathrooms (valid for stays until April
15, 2012, subject to availability).
This special price also includes
free tickets for one guided tour in
a world-famous Porto wine cellar,
and late check-out upon availability.
Don’t miss this opportunity to
visit one of the most vibrant and
fascinating cities in Europe, staying
at its most distinguished hotel.
Simply use the account code
RYANAIR and the promotional
code *NRYN$ when reserving
your room via the website.
1269 AV. BOAVISTA, 4100-130 PORTO,
TEL: +351 226086600,
WWW.HOTELPORTOPALACIO.COM
FLY TO PORTO FROM 23 DESTINATIONS,
INCLUDING BARCELONA (EL PRAT), MADRID
AND ROME (CIAMPINO). WWW.RYANAIR.COM
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RYANAIR’S CUSTOMER
SERVICE STATISTICS
Ryanair is committed to publishing its customer
service statistics each month, which showed again
in November that Ryanair is No. 1 for customer
service and the most punctual airline in Europe,
beating easyJet every week since 2003.
CUSTOMER SERVICE STATISTICS
NOVEMBER 2011 (31,000 FLIGHTS)
On-time flights 92%
Complaints per 1,000 pax 0.95
Baggage complaints per 1,000 pax 0.38
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
Check’N’Go service up to 15 days prior to flight
departure, making it easier than ever before to avoid
airport check-in queues. The Online Check-in system
is now available in 10 languages, so it’s never been
easier to avoid airport queues and check in from the
comfort of your own home.
Check out www.ryanair.com for more details on
priority boarding to avoid even more queues next
time you fly.
WHY DOES RYANAIR BLOCK OFF
SEATS ONBOARD?
Due to performance limits set down by Boeing, Rya-
nair are required to block of seats onboard when
the number of passengers on board falls below a
specified number – this ensures that the weight of
passengers and bags carried is correctly distributed
in front of and behind the aircraft’s centre of gravity.
The most punctual airline, with the fewest
cancellations and least lost bags
THE BEST PUNCTUALITY AND
THE FEWEST LOST BAGS
The latest published on-time statistics of the Association of
European Airlines for 2009 again prove that Ryanair is the
No. 1 on-time major airline in Europe.
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 RTP
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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Aviation accounts for just 2% of CO2 emissions,
far less than power generation (26%) or road
transport (18%).
Passengers who choose Ryanair are doing
their bit by flying with Europe’s greenest
and cleanest airline. Since 1998 Ryanair has
invested over $10bn in new aircraft and now
operates the youngest most fuel ef cient
fleet of any major airline in Europe, a fact
recently confirmed by the Dutch Consumer
Organisation in its recent study of 33 European
airlines.
As a result of this investment and
technological advances in aircraft design,
Ryanair has reduced its fuel burn and CO2
emissions per passenger kilometre by 52%
since 1998. In short, aviation accounts for just
2% of CO2 emissions and within this sector,
passengers can do no better than choosing
Ryanair, the greenest, cleanest and most
environmentally ef cient airline.

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Sky Shop
Please ask the crew for today’s selection of freshly
made sandwiches and hot meals. From only €2.50
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€1.00
Peperami
€1.50
Oloves Olives
€1.00
Salted Peanuts
€2.00
Mini Cheddars
€2.00
Delicious snacks & drinks
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Saile & Sabga
Gourmet Hot
Chocolate, Espresso,
Cappuccino, Green
Tea, Tea & Coffee
€3.00
Café
Cereal And Milk
€1.50
Pastries
€2.50
Sandwiches
Please ask crew for
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€3.00
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Premium
Sandwiches
Please ask crew for
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Hot Pizza
€5.00
Hot Baguette
Two varieties available
€5.00
Steak Baguette
€7.00
Cheeseburger
With Relish
Selected flights only
€5.00
All-day Breakfast
Bap
€5.00
Have you tried?
Batchelors
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Selection available
€3.00
Pasta Pot Shots
Selection available
€3.50
Mini Cheddars
Crinklys
€2.00
Pringles
€2.20
Boxer Chips
€2.50
Bruschetta Dip
€2.50
Snack Pack
Cheese, crackers, crisps
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€5.00
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Fresh Hot dish of the day
Please ask the crew
€7.00
Kids Snack Pack
Activity book, colouring
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€5.00
Get a Meal Deal!
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Spirits
€5.50
Art’s
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€2.50
Pringles
€2.20
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Magners
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Celebrations
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Sweet Emporium
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Starburst
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Cadbury
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€5.95
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€5.50
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today’s crew for details
Soft Drinks & Juices
So Drinks
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(selection available)
150ml €1.80
Apple Juice
€2.00
Britvic J20
(two flavours available)
275ml
€2.50
Lipton Ice Tea
250ml
€2.50
5 hr Energy Shot
€3.00
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Ysl Mascara Volume
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Yves Saint Laurent’s best-selling mascara,
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Ysl Radiant Touch
Use this travel pen-brush to add a touch of
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L’Oreal Duo Smoothing
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Get the perfect skin texture instantly and all day. Smoothes
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€18.00
L’Oreal Youth Code Serum
Helps support the skin’s ability to recover from daily
aggressions. It reawakens your skin’s youthfulness,
resulting in more luminous and satin-soft skin.
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Volume Million Lashes
Get extra lash-by-lash volume for voluptuously thick lashes.
Includes a free Kohl pencil. Travel retail exclusive pack.
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Clarins Beauty Flash Balm
Clarins uncontested success story is 25 years young.
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making facial features appear smoother, more rested and
youthful looking. Lightens tightens and brightens the skin.
50ml
€25.00

Clarins Multi-Active Day Cream
A soft, melting cream that helps prevent early wrinkles
thanks to a dual age-fighting antioxidant action that
restores your skin, making it smooth, fresh looking and
replenished despite the stresses of daily life.
50ml
€36.00
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Clarins Multi-Active Night Cream
A lightweight cream with a generous, silky soft texture.
Complements the day cream in fighting signs of ageing. Further
prevents early wrinkles thanks to dual age-fighting antioxidants
which restore skin despite the stresses of daily life.
50ml
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Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour SPF50
Everything you love about Eight Hour Cream plus intense sun protection. Introducing
Eight Hour Cream Sun Defence for Face SPF 50. This lightweight, oil-free lotion helps
protect your skin from sun exposure whilst hydrating it for up to eight hours.
€22.00
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Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Essentials
Features Eight Hour Cream, Eight Hour Cream Lip Protecting Stick (spf15) and Eight
Hour Cream Intensive Moisturising Hand Treatment. All are skincare classics that
soothe, restore, calm and renew. Famous for their incredible restorative abilities.
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Lancôme Travel Essentials
A special and unique skincare set that meets travel safety standards (capacity
100ml). A complete routine including Hydra Zen Neurocalm. Security Bag included.
Cream 30ml, Cleansing Milk 50ml, Toner 50ml
€25.00
Lancôme Fly & Kiss
The perfect gift for someone special or present to yourself. Lancôme creates a lovely
make-up set with the essentials for a gleaming gaze and juicy lips at any time.
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All Over Magic Bronzing Brush. Enhance your natural
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Enjoy the Best of Lancôme make-up in an all-in-one
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Sampar 3 Day Weekend
Sampar 3 Day Weekend is the first melanin producing
moisturising gel that naturally gives a hint of a tan.
€37.00
Urban Decay 24/7 Shadow Pencil Stash

A set of 5 pocket-sized 24/7 Shadow Pencils in a shade
assessment that lets you play boldly with colour, or create
softly smudged efects.
€28.00
Sampar Glamour Shot
For flawless skin: a transparent corrective fluid that
minimises wrinkles and matifies the complexion.
€37.00
Urban Decay Mariposa Palette
A versatile palette that includes 10 eye shadows (four of
them new: infamous, wreckage, spotlight and limelight) and a
travel-size eye shadow brush.
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Givenchy Gentleman
A distinguished fragrance combining vigour and
character. Woody and aromatic.
50ml
€36.00
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
€43.00
Givenchy Phenomenon Eyes Mascara
Try the new revolutionary mascara, with its totally
new and patented brush!
€20.00
Mister Lash Booster
Brand new technology, fortifying serum for lashes. Use
alone or under mascara to intensify your look.
€17.00
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.
50ml
€50.00
Givenchy Travel Make Up Pallette 2011
Contains: Mini eye liner pencil black; Prisme Blush;
Prisme Visage, soft compact powder; two rouge interdit
lipsticks; four Prisme yeux mono, mono eyeshadow (showy
black, new look mauve, smart nude, designer white); three
applicators (face, eye, lip).
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Gucci Guilty
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
€46.00
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
€38.00
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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
€36.00
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
character: powerful oriental spices in the top notes settle into an expanse of headily opulent base
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
€46.00
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:
its sublime oriental fougère speaks of understated allure, and of an innate confidence. 50ml
€37.00
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Armani Code Man
50ml
€38.00
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Armani Diamonds He
50ml
€40.00
HIGH ST PRICE €55

Giorgio Armani Code Lady
50ml
€41.00
HIGH ST PRICE €59

Acqua Di Gioia ladies 2010
50ml
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Armani Aqua Di Gio Men
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Emporio Armani Diamonds
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CK Euphoria
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CK Beauty
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€47.00
CK Ladies Coffret (Jewels)
Perfect for the sophisticated modern woman, this exclusive collection
consists of: Eternity (EDP, 5 ml); Euphoria (EDP, 4 ml); Beauty (EDP, 5ml);
Euphoria Blossom (EDT, 4ml); CK one (EDT, 10ml).
€30.00
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 Her
CK SHOCK for her opens with a fierce bouquet of passion flower, pink
peony and jewelled poppy flower. Edgy, sexy and impulsive.
€30.00
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SJP NYC
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Jennifer Lopez Love and Glamour
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Glow by J Lo
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Davidoff Hot water
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Jean Paul Gaultier
‘Le Male’ Homme
75ml
€40.00
YSL Belle D’Opium
50ml
€58.00
Issey Miyake Him,
L’Eau D’Issey Pour Homme
75ml
€40.00
Versace Vanitas
30ml
€35.00
Versace Pour Homme
30ml
€30.00
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Just Different HUGO
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
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€35.00 for 200
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products are not available on intra-EUflights. Range
varies by aircraft, your crewcan confirmwhich items are
available to purchase onboard your flight. Passengers
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or cigarettes. Duty Free allowances per person are 200
cigarettes and 1 litre of Alcoholic drinks exceeding 22%.
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