Frida Kahlo once said, “They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” She was talking about her own stunning portraits, but she could have been describing the method behind the work of Cooper & Gorfer.
Forget “poor but sexy.” The quote that best describes Berlin is from German cultural critic Karl Scheffler, who called it a city “condemned always to be becoming but never to be”.
When you work the nightshift at a veterinary practice, your job is a cross between detective and therapist.
It’s already a luxury to be in a country this beautiful, but if you’re looking to take your trip from merely memorable to truly lavish, there are plenty of private tours, personalized experiences and high-end lodging options that will really up the wow factor.
Norway is a dream destination - unbelievably scenic, packed with cultural experiences, and big enough to spend a lifetime exploring. But what if you only have 7 days to spend? Try one of these 4 expertly crafted itineraries to maximize your exploration while getting intimately familiar with the region that's right for you.
You could spend a whole year in Norway and barely scratch the surface of its expansive beauty. Try one of these comprehensive seasonal itineraries instead - you'll get acquainted with the country's nature, culture, and history in just two summer or winter weeks.
Snow, mountains, and a culture that worships the outdoors: all perfect ingredients for an ideal ski vacation. Norway is full of great places to hit the slopes, and most of them offer cozy to luxurious lodging options, intriguing in-between activities, and landscapes that are really something to write home about.
Norway may have 63,000 miles of coastline and endless countryside to explore, but you don't need to see it all to have an amazing experience. Whether your priorities lie in the southern fjords, coastal islands, or Arctic fishing villages, it's easy to craft a satisfying itinerary that takes less than a week to complete.
The iconic Café Kranzler got a makeover. Now, the coffeehouse illustrates the schism in a city caught somewhere amid historic and hip.
Planning a trip to Norway? Make the most of your visit with a standout stay in one of these alternatives to traditional hotels. Spend an unforgettable night in a lighthouse, igloo, or fisherman's cabin, and you'll definitely have something to write home about.
Viewing the Northern Lights is an experience like no other, and Norway is the perfect destination for travelers keen on seeing it for themselves.