If you are hawk-eyed, you will have spotted that our editorial for this issue was written in Liechtenstein. So no surprise that the diminutive Alpine principality will feature in the next hidden europe. Our September / October 2009 issue will also include articles on the port city of Genoa, Sospel in southeast France and the Luxembourg village of Schengen — a place known mainly for having given its name to an important agreement liberalising cross-border movement in Europe. You can stay in touch with us between issues by signing up for our regular e-brief at www.hiddeneurope.co.uk, or by following us on Twitter where we are based at http://twitter.com/ hiddenEurope. Issue 28 of the magazine will be published on 1 September 2009.