This 220km walk, through coastal Alentejo and Algarve, is also known as The Fishermen’s Trail.Read the full story here
The most westerly and smallest of the Canary Islands, El Hierro was once considered the end of the world until Columbus discovered America.Read the full story here
Say Salzburg and you think the Sound of Music, but there’s far more to the region than following in the footsteps of the Von Trapp family.Read the full story here
Rupert Parker discovers the real Gambia as he ventures east upriver from the capital BanjulRead the full story here
Rupert Parker takes a drive around Georgia’s musical roots taking in Macon, Savannah, Athens and Thomson.
I arrive in Atlanta by plane, not quite on the Midnight Train to Georgia, although Gladys Knight who had a hit with the song in 1973 was born here.Read the full story here
One of the occupational hazards of travelling abroad, particularly outside the EU, is the high cost of data roaming. It may be OK to miss the occasional email, but retrieving airline tickets, navigating with google maps and booking the next hotel, are all activities essential for the modern traveller.Read the full story here