Written by our Venice specialists, our travel articles are designed to give you a closer insight into Venice, along with our top recommendations on what to do and where to go.
We take a look at the spectacularly bold travel advertisements of the 1930s and their promise of golden temples in India, lakeside retreats in Italy and deers grazing outside of Japanese temples. You'll be surprised at how much holds true to this day.
Fergal Keane learns to take the slow lane in Venice. We arrived by night and crossed the lagoon towards the lights of the city. The boatman was sullen. He had kept us waiting and we upbraided him. Now he refused to speak at all. It recalled a scene from Thomas Mann’s...
We highlight the best food festivals, concerts, and exhibitions from around the world this summer for you to enjoy.
Lonely Planet has just released their Best in Europe list, and nothing makes us happier than seeing some of our favourite places make the cut. Here are some of our favourite spots from the list - and how you can get there with Wexas.
A new bar carriage, named 3674, has been unveiled on board Belmond's Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. The carriage is decorated in gold and blue-hued patterns, in a sophisticated nod to the esteemed heritage of the train's historic carriage colours and marqueterie.