Features // Lottie Gross

In pictures: the world’s most photogenic countries
In pictures: the world’s most photogenic countries

Rough Guides photographer Tim Draper reveals his top ten most photogenic countries in the world.  From his home country, England, to the depths of Vietnam and Slovenia, Tim Draper has shot images for 24 Rough Guides throughout his career as a professional travel photographer. After starting out on the Rough Guide to England, he went…

The best of Picfair: transport
The best of Picfair: transport

Every month we put together a selection of our favourite travel photos from image sharing site Picfair. This month we’ve chosen twenty pictures of transport around the world. Next month’s theme is festivals, so for a chance to have your images featured on Rough Guides, upload to Picfair and tag your images with RGfestivals. A taxi in…

One guy’s round the world video will inspire you to move
One guy’s round the world video will inspire you to move

Every week we scour the internet for stunning travel videos and highlight one of our favourites. This round the world one-minute-wonder Move by Rick Mereki is giving us itchy feet this week, as he and his two companions travel 38,000 miles across eleven different countries. As actor Andrew Lees strolls casually towards the camera, we’re transported from Paris…

Going unplugged: 4 things we learned on a digital detox
Going unplugged: 4 things we learned on a digital detox

Forget about high-tech travel, a new trend sees tourists forgo internet access, phones and gadgets. After a weekend spent shunning all-things digital in Somerset, Lottie Gross shares what she learned about life and travel on her first (and hopefully not last) digital detox. I’m a self-confessed digital-druggie, digitally distracted for 17 hours a day. Every waking…

The best photography on Picfair: festivals
The best photography on Picfair: festivals

With so many different religions, cultures and traditions around the world, on any given day there are a multitude of exciting celebrations. This month we’ve rounded up the pictures that capture them best. From image-sharing website Picfair here are fifteen shots covering everything from a torch-lit procession in Sri Lanka to a music festival in England. Next month’s theme is landscape, so upload your…

Top ten gap year destinations
Top ten gap year destinations

It’s that fateful A-level results day again, when hundreds of thousands of hard-working students will be taking one last trip back to school to discover the outcome of those arduous and intense exams they took at the beginning of the summer. Essentially, two years of hard work will all culminate in one single letter today,…

20 Facts about Turkey you never knew
20 Facts about Turkey you never knew

You probably didn’t know Turkey’s real name, you might have been confused about which city is the capital, and you probably thought tulips came from the Netherlands. It turns out, you were probably wrong. There is a lot more to Turkey than meets the eye – between the beaches and bustling markets lies a wealth…

The world’s craziest rollercoasters
The world’s craziest rollercoasters

Thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies, or just plain crazy – whatever you want to call us, there are millions of us around the world, looking for our next fix of terrifying twists, turns and tangled steel tracks. Whether you relish in the horror of plummeting to the ground at unnatural speeds, or – as “designated photographer”…

24 striking pictures of Pakistan
24 striking pictures of Pakistan

Professional photographer Ghulam Rasool has spent his life documenting nature, culture and landscapes throughout his home country Pakistan. Here are a selection of his incredible pictures of Pakistan:  An ox race, Lahore Shandur Lake, 12,000 feet above sea level A villager and his yaks, Khaplu Town Tawar Chacha & his wife in their traditional Wakhi home,…

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