The only thing that could have made train travel in Victorian times more harrowing was if Thameslink had existed. Image: Shutterstock Think train travel’s a headache? You should have tried it in 1862 — a time when on board smoking was rampant, lethal accidents were commonplace, and the taxi rushing you to the station was…

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Bookatable by Michelin. In London, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out, but what if you’re after something more special than your usual haunts? Something out-of-ordinary and — dare we say it — just a little bit quirky? Well, that’s what Bookatable is here…

It’s true. By UN definition, our leafy city holds that status. London has as many trees as people, together filling some 20% of the city’s hatprint with foliage. What with the recent decision to make London a National Park City, now seems like a good time for someone to bring out a guide to those…

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Cityread. Calling all bookworms! Cityread — the festival that transforms London into one massive, interactive book club — is back, and this year’s chosen read is quite the page-turner. Across the whole of May, 25 London boroughs (plus Luton and Slough) host talks, live readings, workshops and…

M@ Ticket Alert: Book Now For Antony Gormley At The Royal Academy Image Shutterstock Britain’s most famous living sculptor gets a major exhibition at the Royal Academy this autumn. Booking is already open for Antony Gormley’s blockbuster at the RA this September. Get your tickets early. The artist’s recent VR exhibition sold out before we…