For both work and pleasure, the Neat team has been pretty lucky to have spent a fair bit of time in some pretty epic spots around the world. So, to inspire your next break European city-break (a great idea pre-Brexit) or far-fetched, sun-drenched vacation, we’ve drawn from experience to share some of our favourite spots to eat, sweat and explore. Whatever your budget, lifestyle or time restraints, we can guarantee you’ll come back feeling refreshed and rejuvenated…
Launching Neat US last year has meant a lot of time spent out in the West Coast’s beautiful sunshine - so it's safe to say we've tried and tested a lot of the most popular spots. For anyone else flying over to hang out in one of our favourite places in the world, here's our Neat guide to truly living the California dream.
Best known for being the home of anime, bullet trains, sumo wrestlers and the world's most bizarre novelty experiences, Japan is also a great destination for any travellers seeking out fresh food and active adventures. From cultural practices that will boost your wellness to where to get the best soy Matcha latte in Kyoto, here's our top tips for traveling healthy in Japan.
We only one day to spend exploring Stockholm, so we set off in search of good food, Scandinavian culture and everything else this beautiful city has to offer. Here's our top recommendations from our whistle-stop trip, perfect for anyone with 24 hours to spare after a Swedish business trip.
For those in search of the best of NYC wellness, Neat pal Katie Morgan is on hand to show you where to eat, sweat, and then eat some more! That's what holidays are for right? As a self-proclaimed coffee snob with an obsession for green smoothies and brunch, she was in search of nothing but the best. Find her guide, here.
Despite their penchant for a good bit of haggis, Edinburgh is a great Scottish city with a lot to offer and is just a 4-5 hour train ride away from London. With so many awesome things to do (and eat!) here's the ultimate guide to having a fit and healthy weekend...
With it costing just £8 for a return trip from London, the chance to enjoy charming coffee shops, quaint coastal shops and some fresh sea air is too good to miss, even if the great British weather means putting up with a spot of drizzle! We’ve even planned your agenda out for you - find our guide, here.