Edgy, down to earth and lively is how many would describe Scotland’s largest city. Once known for its gangs, slums and industrial dereliction, a cultural renaissance over the past few decades has ensured today’s city is far from the Glasgow written in the history books. Luxury hotels, killer cuisine, and cutting-edge creative industries thrive here, while its close proximity to the beautiful natural surrounds beyond the city is also a selling point.
After a whirlwind trip, we’re taking stock of our time in Portugal’s capital.
Ghosts, vampires, and zombies welcome
Wandering amongst the nooks and crannies of Delhi's spiritual corner