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Five reasons why Stratford’s East Village is a perfect spot to watch the Paris Olympics this summer

Five reasons why Stratford’s East Village is a perfect spot to watch the Paris Olympics this summer

Summer 2024 has already been a magnificent season for sport in London – and it’s still far from over. After the excitement of the Euros, Wimbledon, the cricket world cup and the Tour de France, we’ve still got the Olympic and Paralympic Games to come, which are being hosted just across the Channel in Paris. Paris 2024 Olympic fever is coming, and Londoners will no doubt be eager to throw themselves into another fortnight of exceptional sport. And where better to follow the action than just steps away from the legendary London spot that hosted the games just a decade ago? Stratford’s East Village, which was once the Athletes Village for London 2012 but has since been converted into a vibrant residential neighbourhood by Get Living, is hosting a spectacular ‘Summer of Sport’ so that Londoners can fully get into the Olympic spirit. Here are five reasons why it’ll be the city’s best place to watch the Games this summer.

The best cheap things to do in Hong Kong right now

The best cheap things to do in Hong Kong right now

Hong Kong is an expensive city, not just for visitors but also for the locals who live in it. But that shouldn't stop you from exploring what it has to offer. If you're not ticking off your must-try Michelin-starred and fine dining restaurants list or 'staycationing' in the trendiest hotels in town, there are actually tons of amazing free activities to do in the city. And if you're penny-pinching, we've got your back with these cheap and cheerful activities around the city that won't burn a hole in your pocket.  RECOMMENDED: Explore the most incredible things to do in Hong Kong.

Win a trip to Milan with Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0% terms and conditions

Win a trip to Milan with Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0% terms and conditions

COMPETITION RULES THIS COMPETITION IS ORGANISED BY… Time Out:(the Organiser) Time Out England Limited 1st Floor, 172 Drury Lane, London WC2B 5QR In association with:(the Prize Provider) Asahi UK Limited Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South, London, England, W4 2QB WHAT’s THE PRIZE? A chance to win ultimate racing fan experience in Milan during the Italian Grand Prix week brought by Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0%. Runners up will be gifted signed merchandise.   Lucky guests will be invited to Milan to spend a few days with Peroni Nastro Azzurro to celebrate the partnership with Scuderia Ferrari. The trip will include a visit to House of Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0% in Milan to experience the true ""Tifosi"" passion during the Italian GP weekend, see Scuderia Ferrari HP replica car up close, meet Fred Vasseur who will be attending the space in one of the evenings and also a pasta masterclass experience.   This prize is referred to as the Prize Package in these rules.   👉  There are a few additional conditions from the Prize Provider which apply to this Competition and Prize Package: - The Milan trip is for one winner plus a guest. - Milan trip will take place from 28th August - 1st September - The event will be held at Milan Piazza XXIV Maggio. Guest will be staying at 21 House of Stories Navigli Via Ascanio Sforza, 7, 20136 Milano MI, Italy - Flight and accommodation to be booked once winner has claimed the prize via email - All expenses will be covered as part of t

One trip, four destinations

One trip, four destinations

When it comes to exploring the glassy waters, dramatic rock formations and lush scenery of Norway, sailing through its fjords just makes sense. Quite literally, the best view of the fjords is from inside the fjords! And with P&O Cruises, you can do it in style. Who doesn’t want to wake up to a vista of quaint colourful houses dotting a mountainside, then sail away to the next destination from an infinity pool?  There really is nothing quite like a Norwegian fjords cruise holiday; you have to experience it to really understand just how much it feels like living inside the world’s most beautiful screensaver. It’s a seamless way to visit multiple destinations and fjords in one easy-to-book holiday – and with P&O Cruises, there is a variety of itineraries to choose from. We’ve picked out four of our favourite destinations you could visit on a seven-night Norwegian fjords P&O Cruises holiday, along with some top tips on what to do in each spot.  Want to win a seven-night Norwegian fjords cruise holiday for two? Click here to enter now!* 

Five reasons to visit the Norwegian fjords on a cruise holiday

Five reasons to visit the Norwegian fjords on a cruise holiday

From the Vikings to the present day, the Norwegian fjords have lured visitors to Scandinavia’s coastline – and it’s pretty clear why. These sparkling lagoons, surrounded by crashing waterfalls, rugged forests and majestic mountains, are, arguably, some of nature’s greatest hits. And while you could choose to travel inland from place to place – and miss out on some stunning views in the process – the easiest (and best!) way to get up close and personal with the UNESCO World Heritage sites and postcard-perfect ports of the country's cove-filled zones is on a cruise holiday. At the top of the list for savvy travellers? P&O Cruises. The travel company runs thrilling seven-night holidays from Southampton to the Norwegian wilderness every week from April to September. And whether you’re looking for action and adventure or pure relaxation and perfect views, a P&O Cruises holiday to the Norwegian fjords delivers, and then some. Best of all, prices start at £749 per person**. Here are five reasons to do the fjords on a cruise holiday.     Photograph: P&O Cruises 1. The insane views you'll wake up to  Picture the scene: it's 8am. You've just woken up on board Iona, refreshed and ready for a day of exploring, when suddenly it hits you... The ship pulled into an incredible fjord in the early hours this morning, you're surrounded by some of the most magical nature in the world – and you've not even had breakfast yet. Sounds good, right? Well, you could even have a continental breakfast

The best Korean restaurants in Sydney you should be booking

The best Korean restaurants in Sydney you should be booking

Barbecue and fried chicken might have once been the most popular manifestations of Korean cooking in Sydney, but that’s not even scratching the surface. When your cravings take you beyond the communal grills, Time Out Sydney's critics, including Food & Drink Editor Avril Treasure – who visited South Korea in 2023 (read why you need to go Seoul here) – have rounded up the city’s top spots for platters of pork belly, hearty beef broths, kimchi hot pots, crunchy-leek pancakes, and cold buckwheat noodles, anju (Korean drinking food), and cheese-smothered rice-cakes.  And remember that restaurant-style Korean cuisine is often designed for big groups, so prepare for colossal hot pots and sizzling plates by bringing your gang with you.  Stay in the loop: sign up for our free Time Out Sydney newsletter for more news, food & drink inspo and activity ideas, straight to your inbox. RECOMMENDED: Want more? Check out our guide to Sydney's top Korean barbecue joints here These are the best Japanese restauants in Sydney right now

The best outdoor pools in Sydney

The best outdoor pools in Sydney

Tucked away in CBD parks, a stone's throw from the harbour and in quiet suburban parks, these superb swimming spots have got your back(stroke). Many are open under strict "swim and go" rules, meaning lap swimmers will be happy, but loungers and sunbathers will need to look elsewhere to make a splash, like one of Sydney's fab beaches. If you’re not one for sand or waves, Sydney’s ocean pools will keep the high tide swell at bay.   RECOMMENDED: These are the best secret swimming spots in SydneyStaying dry? These are the best things to do indoors 

The 16 best day spas in Sydney

The 16 best day spas in Sydney

Whether you want to go all-in for transformative results or you're just in the market for brief spot of me-time, Sydney's palaces of self-rejuvenation have you covered. Spend a full day treating yo'self to the glow-up of a lifetime, or just duck in for a quick but life-giving massage. Either way, a much-needed dose of de-stressing bliss is your reward. If you feel the need to earn your extravagant spa day with some physical activity, sweat it out on Sydney's best walks or swim a few laps of the city's coolest ocean pools.Stay in the loop: sign up for our free Time Out Sydney newsletter for tips on making the most of the city, straight to your inbox. Take your day of pampering out bush at one of the best day spas in the Blue Mountains.

The 26 best uniquely Hong Kong dishes you need to try at least once

The 26 best uniquely Hong Kong dishes you need to try at least once

Hong Kong boasts one of the world’s most diverse and dynamic food scenes. Whether you’re looking for fine dining restaurants, cheap eats, or want to try the hottest new openings, the city’s culinary landscape has something for everyone. But if you want to eat like a true local, from traditional Cantonese dim sum to dishes influenced by British culture, there are numerous local dishes that represent our city in the most authentic and delicious ways. Check out this list of beloved local dishes that Hongkongers can’t get enough of! RECOMMENDED: Get stuck in and enjoy the best burgers in Hong Kong!  

Win the ultimate city getaway in South Bank

Win the ultimate city getaway in South Bank

London is full of potential experiences. You want incredible food and drink? We’ve got that covered – it’s a city of global cuisines. It’s a spot of luxury you’re after? We can do that too: there are plush hotels and upmarket bars all over the place. Spectacular views and unique capital city experiences? Obviously. World-class culture like art and theatre? Well, that happens to be our speciality.  Photograph: Skylon There are amazing things to do, see, eat, drink and enjoy everywhere in the city – though there are only a few places where you can do all of the above basically at once. One of those places is South Bank, London’s riverside hub of culture and fun.   To showcase everything the South Bank has to offer, we’re currently running a competition where one lucky winner will see the best of London, all via the South Bank. Up for grabs in this package are sightseeing, theatre and art gallery passes, as well as brunch and cocktails – it’s basically like winning tickets to the best day ever.  Photograph: Mark Blower You’ll begin with a two-course brunch for you and a guest at fabulous Skylon – a modern European restaurant at the Southbank Centre, where you can choose from dishes like indulgent Eggs Royale and ham hock terrine – obviously accompanied by bottomless Prosecco or Bordeaux. From there, you’ll get your culture fix, browsing 'Tavares Strachan: There Is Light Somewhere' at the Hayward Gallery, where you’ll be able to take in immersive artworks that reflect on unsu

The best hotels in Bath, picked by a local writer

The best hotels in Bath, picked by a local writer

Bath is pretty much the opposite of a ‘hidden gem’ when it comes to tourist destinations. The pint-sized Somerset city has been uber popular since the Roman times, not to mention its real moment in the sun during the Georgian era (you might recognise it from almost every filmed Austen adaptation and, most recently, Bridgerton). But this truly unique and visually stunning place is more than a museum piece. Yes, you can still visit its top attractions like the Roman Baths, the Abbey and the contemporary Thermae Spa with its excellent rooftop pool. But it’s also home to a delicious array of top-notch restaurants, with many offering an intelligent twist on traditional European cuisine, and a superb range of independent and boutique shops (the relocated Persephone Books and the amazing Blomme installation florists are two of our favourites). And – as if you didn’t need more encouragement – it’s only 1 hour 20 minutes on the train from London Paddington. The only thing left to do is book into a hotel and luckily for you, we’ve selected the best in Bath with a focus on those with spas (because when in Bath…) and those with excellent on-site eateries. Enjoy! This guide was recently updated by Bath-based writer Rosemary Waugh. At Time Out, all of our travel guides are written by local writers who know their cities inside out. For more about how we curate, see our editorial guidelines. This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For m

100 yays of summer: your ultimate guide to summer experiences, all accessible by train

100 yays of summer: your ultimate guide to summer experiences, all accessible by train

Summer in Britain can actually be amazing, on par even with travelling to dusty white beaches, chocolate box towns and incredible local restaurants. That’s exactly why we’ve created this list of 100 unmissable summer experiences to try right now. And with a Railcard, it couldn’t be easier to save and enjoy memorable days out this summer. In fact, with a Railcard you can save 1/3 on your train trips for just £30 a year! Take one long journey or a few shorter ones, and you’ll have already made your money back – making it a no-brainer.  Heading out on a date, travelling with your best mate or exploring with Mum or Dad? You’ve got the Two Together Railcard, giving you and your partner discounted travel. Then there’s the Family & Friends Railcard, giving you 1/3 off rail fares for up to four adults and 60 percent off for up to four kids between five and 15. Plus, you can have two adults named on one card, so when one cardholder isn’t using it, the other can! That means even better access to all of the amazing family-friendly spots across Great Britain – be it a day on the rollercoasters of Alton Towers or exploring the grounds of Hampton Court Palace.  Looking to save even more on your adventures? No problem. National Rail’s Days Out Guide provides big savings on amazing attractions across Great Britain when you travel by train. We’re talking two for one deals, 1/3 off savings and great discounts. You can check out the full list of attractions here, and throughout this list we’ll

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Powerhouse Museum

Powerhouse Museum

Note: Powerhouse Ultimo is temporarily closed for renovations. Find out more about that over here. Powerhouse Ultimo is a contemporary museum in the heart of Sydney with a focus on arts, science, innovation and design. Located on the site of the old Ultimo Power Station, the Powerhouse opened as a museum in 1988 and is one of the largest in Australia. Inside you'll find a series of permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions, a reconstructed 1930s cinema showing films from that period, a steam-powered locomotive train the 1850s (in the foyer), and the Boulton & Watt steam engine (1785). The fate of this beloved museum was uncertain for a little while, but in 2020 plans to shut down the Ultimo location in favour of a new Parramatta site were scrapped. While the Parramatta branch is still set to open in 2023, the original museum is getting a 500 million dollar makeover. The museum is open daily 10am-5pm (except Christmas Day). Entry is free, some visiting exhibitions are ticketed, and no bookings are required.The Powerhouse is located at 500 Harris St, Ultimo, close to Darling Harbour, Chinatown, Central Station (Sydney Terminal), Broadway bus station (Railway Square), and Exhibition Centre Sydney Light Rail Station.

Agostinis Italian Restaurant

Agostinis Italian Restaurant

Big on flavours and vibe, Kingston's best Italian joint may be attached to a hotel, but it’s the locals who keep the place packed. At over 200 seats, Agostinis is bigger than your average ACT haunt, but the restaurant’s three distinct dining spaces – including a plant-filled, heated outdoor terrace – give the venue a sense of proportion. The design is quirky – leopard print booths in one corner, wallpaper printed with bright pink fans lining another, while cappuccino and millennial pink ropes dangle from the ceiling, offering a double-whammy of looking cool and contributing to noise control. The menu, by chef Francesco Balestrieri, is all about housemade pasta and pizza cooked in a gloriously fire-powered Marana Forni oven. The food fuses elements of Balestrieri’s Roman background with specialties from Friuli, a region of the restaurant’s owners, the Bisa family. The frico – a Friuli specialty – is unmissable. Cooked in the pizza oven, it’s a little like a potato rosti – bitey cheese melted into pleasingly firm, thinly sliced potato with a perfectly crisped bottom. The salsiccia pizza, which mixes spicy ’nduja with fennel-spiked Italian sausage made especially for the restaurant, is also a stand-out. As for the pasta, order the slow-cooked lamb pappardelle – ribbons of pasta slightly flatter than spaghetti coated in rich ragu with osso buco, white wine and tomato. Wash it down with a glass (or bottle) of Canberra region winery Helm’s riesling: it’s fruity and acidic enough to

David Bisbal

David Bisbal

El cantante almeriense visita el WiZink Center como parte de su nueva gira Volaré 2024. Un espectáculo donde el artista interpretará los temas de su nuevo disco, sin olvidar sus grandes éxitos de siempre.

Café Quijano

Café Quijano

Con motivo de las fiestas de San Isidro, la banda leonesa de rock latino trae su música a la pradera más castiza de la capital. Lo hace con la excusa de su último disco hasta la fecha, 'Manhattan', publicado el pasado 2022. 

ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Martin Place

ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Martin Place

ANZAC Day marks the anniversary of the first day the Australian and New Zealand troops saw military action in Gallipoli back in 1915. In recent times it’s become a day of commemorating and remembering all Australians who have served in war. The annual dawn service held at Martin Place begins with the Catafalque Party and Band, followed by the ceremony from 4.20am by the Cenotaph. At 9am there is a march led by war veterans and their descendants, which will take place down Elizabeth Street. A commemoration service is held from 12.30 at the ANZAC Memorial in Hyde Park by the Pool of Remembrance. The sunset service takes place at the Cenotaph at 5pm. It is a shorter service to conclude the official commemorations, with the accompanyment of the NSW Ambulance Service Band. 

Sydney by Kayak

Sydney by Kayak

The most challenging part of the Sunrise Kayak and Coffee tour is getting up before 5am – but rising early gives you glassy waters and glorious photo opportunities that’ll make your hungover friends incredibly jealous on a Sunday morning. Instructor Laura Stone, her husband Ben and their incredible team run dawn tours that make the most of Sydney Harbour before most people turn and hit snooze. They set up single kayaks at Lavender Bay Boat Ramp ready for the pre-sunrise meeting time – and while we’re learning the best way to hold our paddles, Laura is picking up everyone’s coffee orders from a local café. Each raft has a custom coffee holder, and the cups keep the brews warm until you’ve paddled under the Bridge. The harbour water is velvety smooth, and the kayaks are very stable so you don’t need to work hard to paddle around Luna Park and into position as the sunlight hits Sydney Opera House. Our fleet rafts up to enjoy the view, sipping flat whites and snapping away with our phones. There’s a photographer on each tour snapping pics that you can take home for free, but it's worth bringing a GoPro along if you have one for the ultimate action shots.  Though the kayaks have glass-bottom windows the water’s still too dark to reveal any sea life – however, we do spot a fur seal frolicking by Blues Point Reserve. After an hour or so of gentle paddling we glide over to Sawmillers Reserve to check out the shipwreck.  It’s one of the drier tours we’ve encountered; expect to get

Swop Clothing Exchange

Swop Clothing Exchange

  SWOP makes it easy to buy, sell and trade premium pre-loved clothing. Sellers bring in their pre-loved items, which are assessed and priced by trained buyers, before being put out on the shop floor for sale. Sellers get cash or store credit, while second hand buyers get access to these special pieces that have been hiding in someone’s wardrobe. They only accept high-end or highly desirable labels, so you won’t find any fast fashion or budget buys on the racks. Each SWOP store in Australia is unique and tailored to each city, no two stores are the same. Stay in the loop: sign up for our free Time Out Sydney newsletter for more news, straight to your inbox.  

Brothers in Band

Brothers in Band

Es uno de los más reputados grupos de tributo a Dire Straits a nivel internacional. Una ocasión de lujo para volver a disfrutar de algunos de los grandes éxitos de la banda liferada por Mark Knopfler, desde 'Sultans of Swing' a 'Walk of Life', pasando por 'Brothers in arms' o 'Money for nothing'. Todo, con un nivel de fidelidad a las originales fuera de lo común. En esta ocasión, recrearán la última gira de Dire Straits 30 años despues.

Paco Montalvo

Paco Montalvo

El fenómeno del violín Paco Montalvo presenta su nuevo espectáculo, 'Alma del violín flamenco', en una actuación en la que demostrará el porqué está considerado como uno de los mejores artistas flamencos. Una oportunidad para disfrutar de bellas melodías a las que da voz con su violín con la pasión rítmica y belleza del género español por antonomasia. 

Petit Katarsis

Petit Katarsis

La Escuela de Interpretación Cristina Rota propone una versión para niños del clásico cabaret La Katarsis del Tomatazo. Una obra alegre y participativa donde se instruye sobre la necesidad de expresar los sentimientos y las emociones. El espectáculo se centra en una única historia basada en el poder transformador de las emociones y la importancia de soltar todo aquello que se siente, especialmente cuando algo no gusta.

Sal's Authentic New York Pizza

Sal's Authentic New York Pizza

Sal's is probably the only pizzeria in Sydney that can lay claim to serving an authentic New York slice. It's not that Sal's chooses to make a New York slice, it is that Sal's is a branch of the New York pizzeria established back in the 1970s in Little Neck, Queens and they have brought it to Sydney to ensure a true, New York slice. All the recipes have been developed by Sal himself, using Wisconsin mozzarella, Californian tomatoes and freshly milled flour from New York. Expect flavours like the classic cheese and pepperoni next to Sal's unique Buffalo chicken or meatball topped pies. Pizzas are all available by the slice and can be enjoyed next to garlic knots, pepperoni wheels, mozzarella sticks and buffalo wings with their signature set of dipping sauces. RECOMMENDED READS: These are the best places to get pizza in Sydney.

Silvia Pérez Cruz

Silvia Pérez Cruz

La cantante y compositora catalana visita el Teatro Circo Price por partida doble, con el acompañamiento de una banda de músicos, para presentar el espectáculo 'Toda la vida, un día'. Una cita que forma parte de la programación de El Festival de las Estrellas, donde la artista se acompaña también por el Cor del solstici (Coro del Solsticio), 30 voces excepcionales que tomaron parte en la grabación del disco, y ahora para este concierto.

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22 ways to not be a knob in Sydney

22 ways to not be a knob in Sydney

1. Don't complain about how getting to North Sydney or Parramatta is too hard and can’t your mates just meet you in the city? There's a train for that and it's quite easy. 2. Stop moving in next door to live music venues and complaining about the noise. 3. Get to the front of the line at the Gelato Messina HQ, Malibu sandwich shop or Oti' pizza ready to order, no one likes a flavour waffler.  4. Pushing your way onto a train, tram or bus without waiting for people to disembark should be a punishable offence. 5. Save your car horn for its purpose, not because the car in front of you can't hear you going "tsk" with your mouth. 6. If you want to stand still on the escalator, stand to the left and give way to the right (and no standing side-by-side with a mate). You're forgiven if you're here from overseas, where it's the other way around. 7. Jog in the bike lane at Centennial Park by all means, but prepare to share, don't barge. 8. Attending a yoga class and leaving your phone on vibrate is pretty up there, especially if you let your Instagram stories play through so you can view them while you downward dog, ya dog.  9. If you're going to walk three-abreast, slowly, in the city, at lunchtime or right after work, expect some huffing and puffing behind you and move out of the way for the speed walkers. 10. Don't boast about how you'd never head north over the Bridge, despite the fact you'd willingly spend over an hour in traffic getting to Watsons Bay. 11. Swim fast if you're

Escape to a spa that’s fit for James Bond

Escape to a spa that’s fit for James Bond

James Bond doesn’t get much time for spas, but if he did, he’d need a seriously relaxing one – a spa that’s calming enough to make him forget about saving the world for a few hours. Bürgenstock Resort Lake Lucerne houses such a spa. If you want proof of just how Bond-worthy Bürgenstock Resort is, consider that the resort featured in perhaps the most iconic Bond film ever made – 1964’s ‘Goldfinger’, featuring scenes around the venue’s lavish, outdoor Hollywood pool. If you want to recreate some of that glamour during your visit, rest assured that there’s a poolside bar, in case the urge for a martini arises – shaken, not stirred, naturally. While Bond and co. certainly enjoyed their time at the hotel and spa back then (some of the cast and crew also stayed at the resort while filming), these days things have gotten even more impressive. Take the Alpine Spa infinity pool, for example. Here, you can even bathe in the sky. Or at least that’s what it feels like, thanks to the stunning, high-altitude views and the pool’s edge melting into the cliffside. Those views coupled with toasty, 35-degree water will make the world seem a lot better. Further aquatic wonders can be found in the Bürgenstock Alpine Spa. Here, you’ll be able to soak up the effects of 20 pools, plunge pools and steam rooms, waking yourself up with a refreshingly chilly 10-degree dip, before treating yourself to seriously soothing 60-degree water. Don’t miss the chance to float – seemingly weightless – in a saline

Estos son los talleres y las catas que puedes hacer gratis en el Time Out Fest 2024

Estos son los talleres y las catas que puedes hacer gratis en el Time Out Fest 2024

Además de los 16 platos preparados por los chefs estrella barceloneses, la cuarta edición del Time Out Fest, que tendrá lugar el fin de semana del 25 y 26 de mayo, contará con las sesiones de DJ de primera línea, actividades infantiles, catas y numerosos talleres. ¡Os explicamos qué podréis saborear y aprender a elaborar durante los dos días del festival! Todos los talleres y catas son gratuitos, pero para aseguraros la plaza, os tendréis que apuntar en la aplicación 3cket el mismo día de la actividad. Igualmente, se podrá hacer cola por si hay gente que no se presenta, pero si os interesa mucho (normal, porque son chulísimos), mejor registraos con antelación. Venid con el paladar preparado, porque tanto el sábado como el domingo podréis participar en una cata de cervezas. Es una oportunidad de disfrutar de una experiencia guiada y ver cómo cambia el sabor y sensaciones de cada birra Las variedades que podréis maridar son Estrella Damm, Voll-Damm, Malquerida, Complot, Inedit, y Bock Damm. También hay catas de vino de Celler del Pescador, de ratafía, de jamón y de avellanas de Reus, así como talleres de cócteles sin alcohol, que ofrece Fever Tree. Por su parte, Veganashi, que ofrece una alternativa vegana y sin azúcar del sushi tradicional, impartirá diversos talleres de una hora en los que podréis descubrir cómo elaborar makis, nigiris y gunkans sin proteína animal. Cake TherapyTaller de cupcakes Más planes: los amigos de Wine Gogh os darán la oportunidad de sacar vuestro l

Aquests són els tallers i tastos que pots fer gratis al Time Out Fest 2024

Aquests són els tallers i tastos que pots fer gratis al Time Out Fest 2024

A més dels 16 plats preparats pels xefs estrella barcelonins, la quarta edició del Time Out Fest, que tindrà lloc el cap de setmana del 25 i 26 de maig, comptarà amb sessions de DJ que punxaran en directe, activitats infantils, tastos i nombrosos tallers. Us expliquem què podreu assaborir i aprendre a elaborar durant els dos dies del festival! Tots els tallers i tasts són gratuïts, però per assegurar-vos la plaça, us haureu d'apuntar a l'aplicació 3cket el mateix dia de l'activitat. Igualment, es podrà fer cua per si hi ha gent que no es presenta, però si us interessa molt (normal, perquè són xulíssims), millor registrar-vos amb antelació. Veniu amb el paladar a punt, perquè tant el dissabte com el diumenge podreu participar en un tast de cerveses. És una oportunitat de gaudir d'una experiència guiada i veure com canvia el sabor i les sensacions de cada birra. Les varietats que podreu maridar són Estrella Damm, Voll-Damm, Malquerida, Complot, Inedit, i Bock Damm. També hi ha tastos de vi de Celler del Pescador, de ratafia, de pernil i d'avellanes de Reus, així com tallers de còctels sense alcohol, que ofereix Fever Tree. Per la seva banda, Veganashi, que ofereix una alternativa vegana i sense sucre del sushi tradicional, impartirà diversos tallers d'una hora en què podreu descobrir com elaborar makis, nigiris i gunkans sense proteïna animal. Més plans: els amics de Wine Gogh us donaran l'oportunitat de treure el vostre jo artístic i que pinteu un quadre mentre feu una copa de

The best cheap eats at Time Out Market Boston

The best cheap eats at Time Out Market Boston

Boston is home to thousands of college students each year. While Boston has a reputation for being expensive, Time Out Market Boston is just a stone’s throw from some of Boston’s top colleges and universities and offers lots of cheap eats. We have gathered our top student-budget-friendly items that you have to try this semester. Be sure to also check out our guide to cheap eats throughout Boston as well.  anoush'ella   Photograph: Morgan Olsen  anoush’ella is known for their healthy Mediterranean fare, and lots of hearty items are $15 or less. Chef Mezze Sampler ($16) - Sampling of hummus, labne, baba-ganoush, falafel, walnut harissa + flatbread Individual Mezee ($4.50) - choice of one from the above list + flatbread Fattoush Salad ($14) - Mixed greens, tomato, cucumber, red pepper, onion, fresh herbs, pomegranate vinaigrette Lentil Rice with Zataar Chicken Grain Bowl ($14) - Armenian Salad, labne, walnut harissa, pickled turnip Anoush'ella Beef Kofta ($14.50) - hummus, sumac onion, tahini, zhouk & side of baba ganoush Rice Pudding ($5.25) Cusser's Photograph: Brian Samuels  Cusser’s is a great place to get a taste of New England and lots of signature items are $12 or less. Fish Tacos ($11) - crispy fish, cabbage slaw, pickled onions, cilantro, jalapenos, Thoreau sauce Clam Chowder ($7.50) All Roast Beef Sandwiches are $12   Gogo Ya  Photograph: Jaclyn Rivasgogo ya's crispy nori tacos Get a taste of O Ya, one of Boston’s top restaurants at a steal of a deal at Go

Journey into Paris 2024 at the Olympic Museum’s new exhibition

Journey into Paris 2024 at the Olympic Museum’s new exhibition

Propel yourself into the 2024 Olympic Games, whether or not you managed to get tickets, by visiting an upcoming temporary exhibition at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. Opening on May 25, ‘Paris Olympique™: An Immersive Journey’ lets visitors put themselves in the shoes of former champions and discover how the Games have evolved over the centuries to become the world’s foremost sporting competition. This free and experiential exhibition is a chance to explore all three Parisian editions of the Olympic Games: 1900, 1924 and 2024. Large-scale projections provide a glimpse into past and present identities of the City of Light, or go deeper and step back in time 100 years to the Paris of 1924 through the wonders of augmented reality (AR). Using an AR portal, visitors can enter what was then Colombes Stadium (now Yves-du-Manoir Stadium) and marvel at historical imagery from the Olympic Museum’s archives. Image: © 1924 / International Olympic Committee (IOC) - All rights reserved Then, try your hand at two ‘extinct’ Olympic sports no longer in the modern Games. The first is a ‘200-metre obstacle’ swimming event which featured in the Paris 1900 Olympics, where competitors climbed over a pole and a row of boats before swimming under another row of boats. Don’t worry, you can test your skills at this one virtually, so no swimming kit is required. The second sport is a little simpler, but not necessarily easier: rope climbing, taken from the Paris 1924 Games. Can you make a medal-wort

5 reasons why a sustainable Swiss holiday is the way forward

5 reasons why a sustainable Swiss holiday is the way forward

Whether you’ve been living in Switzerland for years, are a new arrival or just visiting, you don’t have to spend much time here to work out that it’s a country blessed with more than its share of stunning landscapes. So, it makes sense to protect all that natural beauty by being as sustainable as possible in day-to-day life. This, of course, includes when you’re travelling around Switzerland on holiday. Thankfully, this is a country where sustainability is often at the forefront of the conversation – as proven by a recent public vote backing a climate bill to cut carbon and become carbon neutral by 2050. It’s now easier than ever to holiday sustainably around Switzerland, and a fantastic way of doing so is by utilising the country’s superb public transport system. Read on for our tips on making your holiday more environmentally friendly and gloriously simple at the same time, all thanks a few simple transport switches. And remember that you can find more information on sustainable holidaying across the country at www.myswitzerland.com/expats.   Photograph: ©swiss-image.ch/Philipp SchmidliThe Rhaetian Railway. You can mix things upTravelling sustainably doesn’t mean limiting your options. Don’t believe us? Just take a look at the wealth of choice when it comes to Switzerland’s range of environmentally friendly transport. For starters, there’s the mighty SBB (the country’s biggest transport company), which generates a whopping 90% of the electricity for its trains from hydrop

世界初の「ドラゴンボールテーマパーク」がサウジアラビアに誕生

世界初の「ドラゴンボールテーマパーク」がサウジアラビアに誕生

サウジアラビアで「スーパーサイヤ人」になる時が来た。なぜなら、同王国に世界で初めてとなる「ドラゴンボールテーマパーク」が誕生するからだ。 このテーマパークは、サウジアラビアの超巨大エンターテインメント「街」である「キディヤシティ」の一部として建設。50万平方メートル(東京ドーム10個分以上)の空間に「ドラゴンボール」の世界観を浮かび上がらせる。まさに、最近死去した原作者の鳥山明へのトリビュートであり、同シリーズをたたえる施設となる。 パーク内には7つのドラゴンボールをイメージした7つのゾーンに5つの斬新なアトラクションと、30のライドが設けられる予定。またランドマークとして、作中でよく知られている「カメハウス」や「カプセルコーポレーション」「ビルスの星」が登場するという。 巨大パークをチェックするのが待ちきれない? 我々もそうだ。最高にかっこよく悟空のコスプレをして「ドラゴンボールテーマパーク」のオープンに備えよう。以下に現時点で分かっている情報をまとめた。 Credit: Supplied 「ドラゴンボールテーマパーク」はどこにできる? サウジアラビアの首都であるリヤドから40キロメートル離れた場所に建設中の「キディヤシティ」にできる。「キディヤシティ」は、総面積360平方キロメートルにわたって広がる世界初の「遊び」に特化した街で、「遊びの力」を実現することを目的としている。 オープン日はいつ? 「ドラゴンボールテーマパーク」の計画は、2024年3月22日に発表された。しかし、今の時点で正式な開園日は明らかにされていない。詳細は、タイムアウトで確認してほしい。 楽しめることは? 広大な園内では30を超えるライドや体験、そして悟空やその仲間たちと忘れられない旅に出る5つの最新アトラクションが楽しめる。その中の一つは、高さ70メートルの「神龍」に作られるスリル満点のジェットコースターだという。 また、完全な没入体験のために、パーク内にはホテルや作品にインスパイアされた料理を提供するレストランもできる。 「キディヤシティ」とは? 遊びに特化したこの都市は、サウジアラビアで最もエキサイティングな「ギガプロジェクト」の一つ。石油への依存度を減らすことを目指して策定された「サウジビジョン2030」の一環であるこの広大な空間は、25の新しい居住区と27の新しい施設などで構成される。 また、世界最大・最速のジェットコースターを備えたサウジアラビア初の「シックス・フラッグス」を含む、10以上のテーマパークが建設される予定。さらに、トゥワイク山の頂上に建設される近未来的でクールな「ムハンマド・ビン・サルマン皇太子スタジアム」や、ドライバーたちが山の中を疾走する「キディヤレーストラック」も注目だ。 関連記事 『The world’s first Dragon Ball theme park is coming to Saudi(原文)』 『池袋にジャパンアニメの新拠点「アニメ東京ステーション」が誕生、収蔵資料は5万点』 『3月から4月に行くべきアニメ展示』 『東京が舞台の名作アニメ7選』 『東京、漫画やアニメの舞台として知られる神社10選』 『身体の美と健康にこだわる「アラビア料理店」がスポーツの聖地に誕生』 東京の最新情報をタイムアウト東京のメールマガジンでチェックしよう。登録はこちら  

Estas son las 30 mejores calles del mundo

Estas son las 30 mejores calles del mundo

Visitar las principales atracciones turísticas de una ciudad está muy bien, pero solo cuando nos desviamos por un callejón perdido o tropezamos por una avenida arbolada podemos conocer el verdadero carácter de cada ciudad. Las calles son el corazón de la vida urbana; es donde las comunidades se reúnen, donde los pequeños comercios se convierten en protagonistas y donde los ciudadanos salen, pasan el rato y se divierten. Dicho esto, ¿cuáles son las mejores calles del mundo que vale la pena conocer y pasear por ellas? Para encontrar la respuesta, nuestro equipo global de editores y colaboradores aportó (e hizoun estudio) de la calle más bonita de su ciudad y, de ahí, creamos un ranking definitivo de las mejores avenidas, vías, callejuelas y bulevares del planeta. En primer lugar encontramos High Street, en Melbourne, Australia. Esta vía atraviesa los ultramodernos suburbios de Northcote, Thornbury y Prestons, y lo que la hace destacar son sus empresas locales y únicas. Desde Casa Nata, donde vienen auténticos pasteles portugueses, hasta Northside Wines, donde se puede degustar el vino local, pasando también por tiendas vintage y un cine independiente, esta calle está llena de vida. En segunda posición está una de las calles más antiguas de Hong Kong: el Hollywood Road, una bulliciosa vía que data de 1844 y que, según la leyenda, recibió ese nombre por los arbustos de acebo que antiguamente la bordeaban. Actualmente, ha cambiado, pero en esta calle hay de todo: el templo Man Mo,

Aquestes són els 30 millors carrers del món del 2024

Aquestes són els 30 millors carrers del món del 2024

Visitar les principals atraccions turístiques està molt bé, però només quan ens desviem per un carreró perdut o ensopeguem per una avinguda arbrada podem conèixer el veritable caràcter de cada ciutat. Els carrers són el cor de la vida urbana; són on les comunitats es reuneixen, on els petits comerços es converteixen en protagonistes i on els ciutadans surten, passen l’estona i es diverteixen. Dit això, quins són els millors carrers del món que val la pena conèixer i passejar-hi? Per trobar la resposta, el nostre equip global d’editors i col·laboradors va aportar (i fer un estudi) del carrer més vibrant de la seva ciutat i, d’aquí, vam crear un rànquing definitiu de les millors avingudes, vies, carrerons i bulevards del planeta. En el primer lloc trobem High Street, a Melbourne, Austràlia. Aquesta via travessa els ultramoderns suburbis de Northcote, Thornbury i Prestons, i el que la fa destacar són les empreses locals i úniques que acull. Des de Casa Nata, on venen autèntics pastissos portuguesos, fins a Northside Wines, on es pot tastar el vi local, passant també per botigues vintage i un cinema independent, aquest carrer està ple de vida.  En segona posició hi ha un dels carrers més antics de Hong Kong: el Hollywood Road, una bulliciosa via que data del 1844 i que, segons la llegenda, va rebre aquest nom pels arbusts de grèvol que antigament la vorejaven. Actualment, ha canviat, però en aquest carrer hi ha de tot: el temple Man Mo, centres culturals, restaurants, bars i molt

Hear Henry VIII’s wives battle it out through song in ‘Six’ the musical

Hear Henry VIII’s wives battle it out through song in ‘Six’ the musical

Learning about history doesn’t have to be boring, people. In fact, it can be exuberant, colourful, tuneful and downright entertaining when you’re “learning” by watching hit musical ‘Six’, which makes its way to Zurich during April. This smart, savvy and infectious production traces the sometimes-perilous story of King Henry VIII’s six wives, told by the women themselves through the medium of song. It’s a fresh and frank take on this well-trodden tale. Oh, and these six have some stories in-store for the audience about their respective times as queen, as you’ll find out during the 80-minute musical battle. To make things even more interesting, each is inspired by a contemporary pop giant, such as Beyoncé, Adele and Ariana Grande.   Photograph: Pamela Raith Photography It’s a truly exciting sprint through a particularly ‘colourful’ period of British history, and it’s about to land in Switzerland for the first time, hitting Zurich’s Theater 11 from April 9-21. ‘Six’ has already gone down a treat in London’s renowned West End and on New York’s equally acclaimed Broadway, so join the masses who’ve already witnessed this innovative spectacle and secure your tickets now for its Theater 11 run at the following link: www.ticketcorner.ch/artist/six-the-musical. For a taster of what’s in store, take a look at the trailer, which provides a great glimpse into the vibrant ‘Six’ universe, including a few of the meticulously choreographed dance routines and the incredible costumes. Find it

Barcelona es una de las 40 mejores ciudades del mundo según Time Out Internacional

Barcelona es una de las 40 mejores ciudades del mundo según Time Out Internacional

¿Qué hace que una ciudad sea una buena ciudad? Algunos le dan más importancia a los barrios y sus actividades, otros a la comida y la bebida asequibles, y otros a la cultura y las cosas por hacer; desde ir a galerías de arte y museos hasta disfrutar de la música en directo y del teatro. Incluso podemos fijarnos en cosas como la felicidad de sus habitantes, el acceso a espacios verdes y el sentimiento de comunidad que se respira. Todos estos aspectos, y mucho más, son los que han valorado en la encuesta de las mejores ciudades del mundo, elaborada por Time Out Internacional. El ranking ha encuestado a los habitantes de diversas ciudades de todo el mundo sobre cómo es vivir, trabajar y jugar actualmente en los lugares donde viven. Gracias a las opiniones de los locales y los expertos de Time Out en todo el mundo, el ranking global de las mejores ciudades del mundo 2024 ya está aquí, y ya podemos conocer en qué posición ha quedado nuestra ciudad. Barcelona en la posición 38 de ciudades del mundo Barcelona se encuentra en la posición número 38 del ranking de las mejores 50 ciudades del mundo gracias, en parte, a las numerosas magníficas atracciones que la convierten en un imán para el turismo y los locales. Para todos los lugares emblemáticos y apretados como la Sagrada Familia, y también por sus joyas escondidas pendientes de ser descubiertas, como la Torre Bellesguard de Gaudí. La gastronomía no ha pasado desapercibida y se ha mencionado como uno de los principales atractivos d