By following this map, you can trace Hemingway's steps through the City of Light from his first apartment on rue Cardinal Lemoine, through the Latin Quarter and Montparnasse to the Ritz Bar on Place Vendôme.
The Abbey Bookshop offers Anglophones in Paris a wide selection of used books and a cozy browsing environment.
Memorials to Poe abound in New York City.
Missing the fireworks from last night? Don't worry, the Downtown Doodler draws them in for you.
You don't have to spend like a stockbroker to have a good time in the city, and there is certainly much more than just sitting in one of the numerous parks! Here are a selection of free things to do to enjoy the summer in the city.
First a prison, now a library. Jefferson Market Library is a staple of Greenwich Village with a long and rich history.
Get to know a new side of Madrid by exploring the nooks and crannies dedicated to street and urban art in the Spanish capital.
Manhattan has a river that clearly defines its edge. Paris has a highway, the Périphérique, which can be considered the division of city and suburb. Sydney itself is massive; one of the largest cities in its land size with over 300 suburbs.
As Western values seep into Hungary, they threaten to undermine Hungarian culture.