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Things to do in Bermuda beyond the resorts
Things to do in Bermuda beyond the resorts

Many of the popular island destinations in this part of the world boast golf course resorts and beautiful beaches, but Bermuda has so much more than the standard things to see and do. While many of the activities can be enjoyed year round, Bermuda’s sub-tropical climate means that May to September is when the island…

Rio de Janeiro: eight essential sights and experiences
Rio de Janeiro: eight essential sights and experiences

Rio’s residents call their home the Cidade Marvilhosa – and there can’t be much argument about that. The city is home to some of the greatest landmarks in the world, from the Corcovado mountain, supporting the great statue of Christ the Redeemer, to the famous sweeps of Copacabana and Ipanema beaches. With the World Cup well and truly underway in Brazil,…

30 pictures of England to give you wanderlust
30 pictures of England to give you wanderlust

As it says in the Rough Guide, “no one enjoys knocking England more than the English”, but they do have an awful lot to shout about too. There are beautiful mountain ranges, historic ruins, incredible palaces and precious little coves along its coastline. If the English charm isn’t enough to bring you here, then check out these…

22 beautiful pictures of Ireland
22 beautiful pictures of Ireland

 From beach to mountain to fen, every corner of Ireland has something beautiful to discover. In celebration of this stunning country, here are 22 stunning pictures of Ireland: Killarney, County Kerry  Beara Peninsula, Cork  Roundstone Harbour, County Galway  Dog’s Bay, County Galway  Dunguaire Castle, County Galway  Kinsale Harbour, Cork  Glendalough, County Wicklow  Dublin  Pine Island, Connemara…

A guide to the best Scottish islands
A guide to the best Scottish islands

If asked to guess, how many islands would you say there are in Scotland? A few dozen perhaps, or a couple of hundred? Would you raise an eyebrow if we told you it’s actually more than 700? And that Scotland has more than 10% of Europe’s entire coastline? That’s a lot of islands to explore –…

Exploring Slovenia’s diverse coastline
Exploring Slovenia’s diverse coastline

The third part in our Slovenia In Four Seasons feature sees Senior Web Editor Tim Chester explore the country in August. Check out our trips from the winter and the spring too. Think of the northern Adriatic and you’d be forgiven for thinking of Italy – of Venice, Rimini, and Trieste – or Croatia, whose…

How to adventure responsibly in Pembrokeshire, Wales
How to adventure responsibly in Pembrokeshire, Wales

During a wet weekend in Wales, Lottie Gross is bowled over by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’s natural beauty and learns how to enjoy this coastline’s many adventures in a responsible and sustainable way. The rain is like a thousand tiny pins attacking my face with brute force. There’s a small stream making its way down my…

Searching for the magic on Skellig Michael, Ireland
Searching for the magic on Skellig Michael, Ireland

Lottie Gross discovers why the ancient monastery on Skellig Michael, eight miles off the coast of Kerry, has been captivating travellers for years. On Saturday I met a sailor, Ireland’s first surfer, a spear-fishing medalist and a ballroom dancing champion – and that was just one man. Joe Roddy was a small, unassuming gentleman around…

From city slicker to castaway in Mozambique
From city slicker to castaway in Mozambique

After exploring the streets of bustling Maputo, Emma Thomson finds solace on a desert island off the coast of Mozambique.  The setting sun turns the sea copper and the black silhouettes of palm trees are stamped against a violet sky. But we’re not on our castaway island yet: we’re speeding around Maputo – the Mozambican…

Why Morocco is a perfect babymoon destination
Why Morocco is a perfect babymoon destination

While some people suggest avoiding travel to Morocco when you’re pregnant, Hayley Spurway discovered it’s an ideal babymoon destination for a prenatal break.  “Morocco?” Friends raised their eyebrows when I told them where we planned to take a babymoon. Didn’t I know about the risks of food poisoning? Was I aware that it’s all bit…

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