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It’s best known as the fashion and financial capital of Italy, but behind the braggadocio Milan takes food and high culture just as seriously.
Switzerland’s largest financial centre might have a serious reputation, but with some hip hotels and quirky event spaces, it’s not all business.
Kerzner’s global portfolio of five-star hotels might have been built for leisure, but it’s becoming a popular choice with MICE bookers. We hop to some of its key destinations to find out why.
Three chic chalets for the 2011/12 winter season.
There’s a buzz around the Dutch city right now. Even Easyhotel is getting in on the act. Here are the key openings you need to know about...
Summer entertaining in New York City is all about roof space and Thompson Hotels serves up no less than three. V&E checked in – and headed straight for the elevator
Europe’s most international city is the perfect venue for conferences and events, offering excellent facilities in a lakeside and mountain setting.
Europe’s fashion capital is a business hub with world-class exhibition facilities and a dazzling cultural heritage.
All-night restaurants, squares fringed with tapas bars and beguiling Gothic architecture define this fabulous Spanish city on the sea.
Great weather and a plethora of event spaces mark out this island in the Mediterranean.
The Med’s third-largest island is a popular conference and event destination – and it’s easy to see why.
4,439 metres separate Switzerland’s lowest point from its highest. That leaves a lot of scope to send meetings, events and activities flying.
Christmas may be over, but the more alpine readers among you will know that January isn’t a time to feel blue; it’s a time to hit the slopes. If you’re heading to Switzerland for some piste action soon, you’ll undoubtedly be looking forward to the après-ski raclette and glühwein, but with a rich culinary history to enjoy, why not take time to explore the country’s restaurant scene properly? Read on for our guide to eating Swiss.
Spread across 14 islands, interspersed with glittering water and leafy parks, the capital of Sweden works like a vitamin pill for events. Annica Wainwright came back all energised.
With top conference facilities, gourmet appeal, and golfing greens as far as the eye can see, Ireland’s draw for the events market is already assured, yet investment continues to pour in. Catherine Quinn takes stock of the latest developments
As Vilnius prepares to take up the European Capital of Culture mantle, Suzanne Archer discovers the Lithuanian city’s creative influence is spreading into groundbreaking incentive and conference offerings
The Emerald Isle has not one but two world-class corporate destinations – and both have been the subject of substantial investment. Annica Wainwright reports on developments in Dublin, while Astrid Mannion explains why she’s bowled over by Belfast
With a spate of luxury hotel openings and an ever-increasing number of jet-set regulars, Nick Clayton explains how La Isla Blanca can inject sunshine and glamour into corporate events
With stunning surrounding scenery, fresh air and excellent infrastructure, the capital of Norway has plenty to offer event organisers. Astrid Mannion takes a look around
Square Meal took advantage of the year-round sunshine and short-hop flight to discover a golfer’s paradise in a rugged corner of South-Eastern Spain
When pitted up against Paris, it’s no wonder that most cities find it hard to sparkle, but Brussels, the ‘Capital of Europe’, is swiftly becoming a contender for the hottest spot on the Eurostar route. James Drew tells us why
As the pound pushes the $2 mark and a new breed of luxury budget carriers transform the transatlantic flight, there has never been a better time for UK event organisers to take a bite of the Big Apple