Trip Reviews

Discover Amsterdam’s Neighbourhoods

11/07/2017 by .

Amsterdam’s diverse neighbourhoods are just a clog’s throw from bustling Centrum; a delightful diversion from the city’s compact but touristic centre. Fresh open spaces, empty canals and plenty of local colour. Andy Mossack discovers a completely different side of Amsterdam.

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Chernobyl for the Weekend?

Strange as it may seem, Chernobyl is now becoming a major tourist destination with over 25,000 visitors last year. Most people do a one day trip but you can stay longer if you want.

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Discovering Belgrade

Belgrade is a city well worth uncovering away from the obvious sights. So come with me away from the tourist hotspots and let’s discover Serbia’s capital.

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Biking in Burgundy

The EuroVelo 6 is a long distance cycle track running 2,270 miles along some of Europe’s major rivers. Rupert Parker tries a short stretch in Burgundy.

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Walking the Fjords of Norway

I’m on my way to the top of Mount Hoven from the town of Loen, in Western Norway, and it takes me only 5 minutes to climb from sea level up to 1000m.

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The Michigan Beyond Detroit

Michigan is a real surprise . Literally a peninsula of extraordinary beauty, surrounded as it is on three sides by the Great Lakes and 3,200 miles of freshwater shoreline.

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The Wild Side of Zambia

Here is reputedly one of Zambia’s best places for wildlife and we pile aboard an open jeep for the evening game drive as dusk descends creating mysterious shadows after a spectacular sunset.

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