As Qantas launches London-Perth, the first non-stop flights between the UK and Australia, Anna Reece of the Perth Festival picks her favourite cultural venues, restaurants, bars and beaches in the city
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I have decided to try a new genre called Travel Poetry – I hope you like it.
Small squads of tourists heading to the palace in Kadriorg Park, each with a different photo to take,
It is a mini-Versailles according to the locals.
The President’s pink house is there for all to see
chatterers on seats,
beautiful blondes dressed in black without a hair out of place even in the breeze, sitting at cafes drinking lattes and being seen.
Trams dropping off tourists who ask is this the right place?
bright, bright sunlight illuminating the other half of my bench.
People asking is he writing about us?
Fountains playing that same endless game,
gardens reflecting in ponds, and
parents pushing strollers
This is Kadriorg Park.
In winter, visitors can get close to hundreds of mating and pupping seals on the coast between Grimsby and Skegness, while sandy shores offer bracing walks and some of the UK’s finest seafood
The interior of the plant in Kraków’s utopian socialist new town is preserved in all its 1950s glory, a fascinating window on Soviet-era design
Oslo’s last remaining hotdog kiosk serves up boiled sausage with fiery mustard. It’s cheap, comforting and tastes explosively marvellous
The Chinese artist’s piece, Thinline, which represents a theoretical border, takes pride of place among 36 installations at the city’s land- and canal-based annual light festival