A local's guide to nightlife in the Mission, San Francisco

As the sun goes down, the Mission warms up. Annie Kamin, chief of staff at small-batch bean-to-bar craft chocolate maker Dandelion Chocolate, offers an inside look at the restaurants and bars that make the area the unrivalled go-to for a dinner and drink.
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Raising the bar: Erik Lorincz on London's nightlife, mixing new flavours and his edgy Mayfair bar, Kwant

Award-winning bartender and TWISPER ambassador Erik Lorincz reveals how he worked his way up the ladder until he could buy his own bar, as well as where we should all be heading out to in London.

A culinary guide to Osaka, Japan's party city

If you want to understand just how revered beer is in Japan, then head to Osaka. The nation’s party city positively effervesces with new craft breweries, old izakayas and cosy hole-in-the-wall bars.
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How to spend 24 hours in Zurich, according to award-winning mixologist Dirk Hany

Tried-and-tested recommendations are the key to making the most of a trip to Switzerland’s lakeside metropolis. TWISPER ambassador and cocktail maker Dirk Hany, owner of cocktail den Bar am Wasser, curates the perfect tour.

How to spend a weekend in Ibiza

There's more than just music and mayhem. Here's the ultimate three-day itinerary for Ibiza, with advice on the best restaurants, six of the best clubs and nightlife spots, and luxury hotel stays.

Beyond Berghain in Berlin

Not cool enough to make it past the formidable doorman at Berghain, Berlin’s high temple of techno? No worries — your bar crawl options in Berlin never run dry.

City life: Glasgow

Big, bold and imposing, Glasgow is nevertheless a city full of flair, its hard-nosed image increasingly eclipsed by its ever-growing reputation for creativity

London's club scene reborn

Despite recent venue closures, a turn of events means London’s clubs have a new lease of life

Oregon: Portland's darker side

One of the hippest cities in the US, Portland wasn’t always quite so forward thinking, as a dip into the seedier side of its past proves

Directors' cut: When Hollywood meets hospitality

Baz Luhrmann is the latest cinematic auteur to dabble in design, joining the likes of Hollywood greats David Lynch and Wes Anderson

Sleep: Bangkok

From rooftop pools and space-age lobbies to water limousines and hidden nightclubs, Bangkok's eclectic array of eye-catching hotels are a big part of the city's exuberant charm.

Our favourite things: January 2017

We've been here and we've been there, and our team have found a few things we thought we'd share

City life: Brisbane

Home to the blue Banksy, helicopter pub crawls and a flourishing live music scene, Brisbane is shaking off its reputation as a mere gateway to the tropics

Ask the experts: Paris on a budget

Need advice for your next trip? Are you after recommendations, tips and guidance? We’ve got the answers…

Cuba: Habana Deco

The iconic Bacardi Building is the start of an eye-opening tour of Havana's Art Deco masterpieces

City life: Prague

The Czech capital is revealing a mischievous side — having fun with its history, royal good looks and its sacred Pilsner

Back for the after-party: James Lohan

Having enjoyed Ibiza's legendary nightlife in his youth, James Lohan, the co-founder of Mr & Mrs Smith, wonders if the famous party isle still has any appeal, returning with children in town.

City life: Delhi

Crowded, chaotic and cacophonous, the Indian capital can overwhelm. But stick around and you'll discover Delhi is an arty, cosmopolitan and green city that's far more laid-back than you think

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