The Camino Primitivo is our favourite Way of Saint James so far. If you’re planning to do a Camino de Santiago, we recommend this one — but do a bit of preparation before you go!
In this Lithuania podcast, we talk about a country that is like no other, full of quirks and surprises, with a fantastic, independent spirit.
In many parts of the world, ride-sharing is one of the most popular ways to travel. It’s easy, convenient, and good value for money. Our first experience wasn’t perfect, but we’ll definitely do it again.
Semana Santa is a great time to be in Spain — experience the processions, eat delicious food and generally soak up the atmosphere of Holy Week (or Easter, if you prefer).
Europe’s rail network is immense, and navigating it can sometimes be a bit of a mission. But with forward planning and perseverance, you can get some very good deals.
A Eurail Pass could be exactly what you need to get around in Europe, but then again it might not be. Consider your options carefully before buying one.
Some of the best things to do in September 2013 – from Oktoberfest in Munich to pagentry in Venice, nomadic festivals in Africa to mooncakes in Asia.
The Czech Republic is crowded with castles, and it’s worth visiting one if you’re in the country. Hluboká castle, near Ceske Budejovice, is a good choice.
Cesky Krumlov is a fairytale village in the south of the Czech Republic, and it’s easy to spend a day or more exploring it.
What are the best things to do in Salzburg? After our recent time in Salzburg, we talk about what we got up to, and our top ten picks for your visit.