13 December 2014
This guest post from Victoria of One Dish Closer helps you pick an alternative Christmas meal in London.
9 December 2014
Our docent and Jewish culture expert Kata Vincze takes us on a journey through Hanukkah in the Hungarian capital.
7 December 2014
Our local experts offer the inside story of Central Europe’s best Christmas Markets.
2 December 2014
Paris-based cocktail expert Forest Collins shares her advice for the perfect holiday cocktail and the special recipe made specially for Context!
25 November 2014
Concerned about pollution in Beijing? We separate fact from fiction and give our best advice for why pollution fears shouldn’t make you skip a visit to China’s capital.
20 November 2014
Istanbul docent Zachary S. Taylor gives us insight into the women who shaped Byzantine Istanbul.
17 November 2014
We chat with Amsterdam docent Lora Sariaslan about art and life in the city.
13 November 2014
We explore the Uffizi Gallery in Florence to discover the origins of ideal beauty in the Renaissance.
11 November 2014
With the centennial of WWI, we’ve compiled four important sites, museums and exhibits linked to the Great War in and around Paris.
6 November 2014
Though the eponymous Pergamon Altar has now closed until 2019, there’s still plenty of treasures to explore in this world-class museum.
1 November 2014
Docent and architectural historian Celia Marin shares some interesting facts about El Raval, Barcelona’s former bohemian center and red light district, now one of the city’s most up-and-coming districts.
25 October 2014
Our top four Greek myths and the sites that tie in to them in Athens.
23 October 2014
These neighborhoods give you 5 great reasons to leave Rome’s historic center and explore.
20 October 2014
In celebration of the Picasso Museum’s reopening, here are five sites around Paris linked to this influential 20th century artist.
16 October 2014
Quick, easy, and well-connected, train travel through Central Europe is one of the best ways to move from city to city.