Life is made up of moments, and for the Gentleman every moment is an opportunity to stand out. He is a man who knows how to find significance in the smallest things and to see value in the moments that really matter. He remembers every special encounter with sensitivity and care, never forgetting to be elegant..
A free weekend, the wish to get away and a destination to pick? Venice should be at the top of your list. If you have the opportunity, don't miss the chance, perhaps during the International Film Festival which takes place in early September in the historic Palazzo del Cinema
Genoa is a city that lies midway between two opposing worlds, the mountains behind and the sea in front. Many have tried to sing its praises in poetry and prose, but the experience is unique, hard to express in words.
Alba is not just a provincial town. Don't be fooled by its small size, since it's well known that "good things (and wine) come in small packages."
The seaside town of Saint-Tropez, on the Côte d'Azur, was thrust into the spotlight in 1956 by Brigitte Bardot, the protagonist of the movie "And God Created Woman", set in what was then just a small fishing village.
Budapest, known as the Paris of the East, is wonderful and unique by its very nature, because it is a combination of three different towns: Buda, Pest and Obuda.
It's a vibrant, dynamic, cosmopolitan and bustling metropolis, offering a vast array of activities able to satisfy any wish. These include a guided tour starting from the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, a museum built near Merdeka Square in honour of KL's history and culture.
Once upon a time, there was a city where the hands of the clock stood still, a timeless place that jealously guards the legacy of its glorious past to this day, visible on every street corner. Its name is Turin.
Have you ever been to China? Perhaps to Beijing, but not Hong Kong? Then you've not seen the other face of the country. "The World City of Asia", as Hong Kong calls itself, differs in every respect from the rest of China due to its long-standing domination by the English.