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97 travel features tagged “Road Trips”

A road trip to Jordan’s unsung sights

From the place where Moses died to a city that hopes to become the next Dubai, the country’s lesser-known gems are peppered along a 370km route between the Dead Sea and the Red Sea.
Read more… 09 April 2013


Tasmania’s true wilderness

The Tarkine, the planet’s second-largest temperate rainforest, is a magical world of ancient pine trees, spectacular waterfalls and historic gold-rush settlements.
Read more… 04 April 2013


Easy breaks from Paris

Thanks to France’s high-speed trains, well-marked motorways and international airport hubs, even more charm and culinary surprises lie less than two hours from the City of Lights.
Read more… 28 March 2013


Easy breaks from Cape Town

When the torrents of tourists on the crowded Cape become too much, find scenic fishing villages, beautiful wine country and dramatic desert less than three hours away.
Read more… 27 March 2013


Easy breaks from New York City

Being in the city that never sleeps can be exhausting. For those in search of a quieter slice of life, these quick trips will take you away from the Big Apple in three hours or less.
Read more… 26 March 2013


Easy breaks from Rio de Janeiro

Despite attracting more tourists than any other South American city, stunning Brazilian scenery can be found within three hours of Rio’s crowded beaches and skyscrapers.
Read more… 25 March 2013


Driving Norway’s Golden Route

The 106km Geiranger-Trollstigen Route is peppered with world-class architectural viewing points that blend seamlessly with the formidable landscape.
Read more… 22 March 2013


In search of Australia’s real Gold Coast

Beyond the lowbrow glamour of Surfers Paradise are three smaller beachfront towns, each with a slow-paced village feel behind their stunning and very surfable beaches.
Read more… 18 March 2013


Touring Turkey’s Black Sea region by mini bus

In contrast to the raging Black Sea, the surrounding region is home to tranquil seaside villages and quaint Ottoman-era towns – all connected by inexpensive dolmuses.
Read more… 07 March 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Roads without limits

As Australia’s Northern Territory debates the prospect of reinstating limitless roads, we uncover the places where you can already accelerate to your fast-beating heart’s desire.
Read more… 24 January 2013


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