For more than a decade now, Broadsheet has been exploring Australian cities to find the best things to eat, drink, see, play and do. Now it’s time to turn our attention further afield. In partnership with Luxury Escapes, we’re diving into some of the world’s most interesting cities to see what makes them buzz. Here’s our international travel guide to your next adventure – get bookmarking immediately.
Life is short and the world is vast. So it pays to be particular about where you go.
TravelA constellation of regional produce, laid-back farmers markets and ancient sandstone villas overlooking the azure-blue Mediterranean, Puglia is a serene wonderland.
TravelIf there’s such a thing as “alternative” America, it’s in San Fran, where the local Latinx population is celebrated and LGBTGI+ pride is worn with, well, pride. They make some of the best beer, coffee and burritos on the planet, and you might have heard about its rather stunning bridge. Here’s where else you need to get across.
Dubrovnik and Dalmatia
TravelDubrovnik is one of Europe’s best kept secrets, where the Adriatic laps at doorways, the streets are paved with marble, the wine is weird and hotels run according to an old-world ethos. It’s also the gateway to Dalmatia, one of world’s great coastal getaways.
TravelAn oasis among the expats, Canggu is a lesser-known village on the island’s southern coast where you’ll find longboards and lattes for days. Here’s where we eat, drink and sleep when we want to go somewhere far away in time.
TravelNew Zealand is one of the world’s most under-rated destinations. A vibrant local music scene, produce that’s the pride of the nation, and a litany of wine trails that are the envy of everywhere. Here’s where to eat, drink and sleep when home away from home.
TravelBoth a collection of hyper-local neighbourhoods and a planet unto itself, Tokyo is everything you’ve heard – and more. Whether seeking food, fashion, architecture or art, it’s here in almost infinite permutations. Here’s a guide to sampling a slice of this endless metropolis.