Editorial Features - Page 4

Over 40% of London’s live music venues have closed in the last 10 years and gig prices have rocketed. Pit parties could offer an affordable alternative. Daniel Fahey seeks out the solution.

Gavin Haines catches up with Tim Arnold, who speaks about the challenges facing Soho, the beating heart of London.

London’s feted pubs, live music venues and independent shops are being replaced with bland flats and boring chains, turning a once-vibrant city into a monotonous metropolis. At least that’s what the critics think, but do they have a point? Gavin Haines reports.

Why are tourists kicking up a fuss on the Italian Riviera and what made a fashion model blush in India? Find out with our weekly travel quiz.

Yearning for adventure but hampered by the fear of flying solo? Take inspiration from the tale of Emily Hahn, a revolver-carrying, cross-dressing receptionist who single-handedly crossed the Congo on foot. Ailsa Ross reports.

In a city renowned for its culinary prestige, Jack Palfrey heads to San Sebastián’s worst-rated restaurant to test how deep the city’s gastronomic vein really runs.

From strange substances sneaking through customs to brawling cartoon characters, we gather the week’s weirdest travel news in quiz form.

From wonderfully chaotic clubbing in the heart of the Alps to a Japanese Penis Festival and a burning capital city. April needn’t be boring at all.

Not everyone on holiday is looking for a tan. Marius Stankiewicz heads to Thailand’s most notorious red-light districts to speak with tourists who are seeking sex.

From surfboards to cemeteries, via a nibble on a pintxos or three, we select the best activities to sample in San Sebastián, the European Capital of Culture 2016.

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