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90 travel features tagged “Road Trips”

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


Beyond the Headlines

Pay-as-you-go rental cars

Though these services were invented for locals, car share programs like Zipcar, Hertz on Demand and Car2go can also be useful for renting a vehicle in an unfamiliar destination.
Read more… 21 January 2013


Driving from the top to the tip of Baja California

From Tijuana in the north to Cabo San Lucas in the south, this 1,600km road trip includes grey whale watching, ancient cave paintings, high-end vineyards and endless desert plains.
Read more… 20 December 2012


The world’s most extreme road trips

Whether you are revving your car’s engine to clear a narrow pass or grinding through sand in a 4X4, these five roads have a reputation for being among the most brutal in the world.
02 November 2012


Jack Kerouac’s US road trip

Kerouac’s masterpiece On The Road is based on wild, improvised trips he took across the US. Follow in his footsteps to the five cities that kept calling him back.
Read more… 26 September 2012


Travelling the slow route to Petra

One of the Middle East's most scenic and ancient roads, the 280km-long King’s Highway in Jordan has a history that stretches back to the curtain opening of civilisation.
Read more… 18 September 2012


Driving Australia’s desolate Stuart Highway

Follow the route first set by John McDouall Stuart 150 years ago, as he became the first man to successfully walk across the continent from south to north and make it back alive.
Read more… 30 August 2012


Cape Town’s ‘lentil curtain’

The peninsula’s alluring mix of space, scenery and proximity to Cape Town has long attracted a free-spirited mix of artists, hippies, surfers, expats and creative professionals.
Read more… 09 August 2012


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