Thermal baths in Budapest, Thieves Market in Lisbon, Islamic culture in Granada. Scratch under the surface of these cities.
Sea organs, ballet, pub crawls, museums... the continent has it all.
Rather than look at places through borrowed eyes, discover them with a fresh gaze.
The drink, once patronised by Hemingway and van Gogh, was banned in the country until 2005.
Trendy, classic, historic or quirky, there are watering holes here for travellers of all stripes.
Popular culture shows that booze can shorten any distance, even if it is galactic.
Before it became his occupation, travel was a recurring theme in Bajaj's life.
Global encounters on a local level.
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