Trip Reviews

Trip Reviews of the best holiday destinations by independent travel writers

Insider Guide to Meribel 

24/02/2020 by .

I am about to tackle the world’s largest annual sporting event in which two hundred cyclists race over 2,000 miles in just 23 days in a daunting test of super-tough mountain climbing strength and thrilling fast stages on the flat.

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Ischgl. Skiing On the Border

Ischgl is acknowledged as one of Austria’s top ski destinations, the village is at an altitude of 1377 metres in the Paznaun Region of the Tirol and is in the Silvretta Mountains.

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A family campervan roundtrip from England to Croatia

TripReporter’s regular testing family, Carole and Jason and their young boys Evan and Andy went on an exciting road trip with their VW campervan through ten countries, 2,920 miles and nine campsites.

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Driving the Kent Coast to Dungeness

The road to Dungeness, site of lighthouses old and new and a partially-decommissioned nuclear power station, offers every kind of driving challenge, from where a few pleasantly twisty miles lead to the mediaeval hilltop town of Rye

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Rota Vicentina. Walking Portugal’s Atlantic Coast

The trail starts in Porto Covo, south of Lisbon and ends in Cape St Vincent, the most south-westerly point of Portugal and mainland Europe.

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Hiking El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain

There’s something special about El Hierro which marks it out from the other Canary Islands and it’s not just nature.

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Cycling Around Salzburg And Its Lakes

It’s the centre of the “Salzkammergut”, literally the land of salt, since the glistening white stuff has been mined here since 800BC. It’s also Austria’s most spectacular lake district and you can explore ten of them on a week’s circular cycle tour.

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