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Luxury holidays in Germany
Destinations in Germany
Flying in the face of stuffy German stereotypes, famously liberal and fun-loving Berlin has long been a magnet for pleasure-seekers.
When he passed through in 1806, Napoleon dubbed cosmopolitan Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia’s capital city, ‘a little Paris’. Today, the city is equally impressive, with avant-garde architecture, stylish boutiques, and a buzzing nightlife scene.
Still a backdrop for sailors and spice traders, Hamburg has an extrovert energy fuelling its arty, ever-evolving nightlife.
Emerging as former Eastern Germany’s poster child for a new age, now bang-on-trend Leipzig draws budding creatives and history-buffs alike, impressing with a bustling music scene, restored underground bars and verdigris-domed buildings.
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Tales from our travels
As you might expect from a chef who trained under Ferran Adrià, Paco Pérez creates dishes that could pass as artworks, colourful culinary portraits painted in foams, jus and powders. But these are not just hollow theatrics – Pérez has a gift for combining flavours that has bagged him a quintet of Michelin stars over the years. Miramar, the seafood-slanted restaurant he set up with his wife in his hometown of Llançà, near Girona, has become a site of gastronomic pilgrimage (sea cucumbers are a speciality). Peréz has not confined himself to Spain, however. When he opened Cinco at the Das Stue in Berlin in 2013, expectations ran high. Within a year, its technically accomplished, Iberian-inflected, 25-course tasting menu had added another Michelin star to his CV.