Which British town has the most garden gnomes? We’re betting this one.
A New Orleans institution serving famously exhaustive three-course breakfasts, and practically setting the roof alight with its signature flambéed bananas.
Meet Björk and her bear buddies in Bern’s unique riverside park.
One of London’s more curious ancient traditions that has survived untouched to the modern day.
A perfect antidote to the manicured gardens and twee tea shops of the Cotswolds.
Italy’s biggest food fight takes place during the Ivrea Carnival, and yes – citrus fruit is the missile of choice.
A stampede of men in nothing but skimpy thongs: It sounds like a drunken college dare, but the Naked Man Festival is a Japanese tradition dating back over 1000 years.
It’s strange to imagine a secular, developed country in which beer was banned as late as 1989. But that was the case in Iceland.