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An extreme way to see Wales' coast

Combining swimming through open ocean, climbing treacherous precipices and then plunging into deep trenches, coasteering is an increasingly popular activity on the Pembrokeshire coast.
Read more… 28 August 2014


‘Cycling Detroit makes too much sense to ignore’

Yes, cars created Detroit. But today, the city’s wide roads are sometimes as empty and as quiet as the Arctic. In other words, it is an open frontier for cyclists.
Read more… 26 August 2014


Europe’s first Peace Walk begins

Reaching 550km from Vienna to Trieste, the 23-day walk stops in some of the areas most affected by both world wars. Yet recent events in Ukraine add a new layer of importance.
Read more… 28 July 2014


Finding farms, and solitude, in Mexico City

Mexico City’s concrete jungle and population of 20 million conceals an unexpected, enormous nature reserve, where artificial islands grow fresh produce and hardly a person is found.
Read more… 10 May 2014


Abandoned New York City

A few of the city’s most incredible attractions are hidden in plain sight, undiscovered by a city that moves too quickly for people to see what’s right in front of them.
Read more… 11 April 2014


The new Jerusalem of Europe

From 1992 to 1996, a siege devastated the Bosnia-Herzegovina capital. Today, a tour of Sarajevo means reminders of past horrors – and of the enduring determination to survive.
Read more… 19 March 2014


Havana’s second revolution

As state control over Cuba’s food supply lessens, local restaurants are gaining access to previously hard-to-find ingredients, and hometown chefs are bringing their talents back.
Read more… 06 November 2013


Localites

Cycle through the stories of Sydney

Riding around the trendy inner-city suburbs offers a journey into the city’s industrial past and architectural present.
Read more… 16 August 2013


The art of slowing down in southern Italy

In Puglia, a region of graciously warm residents and low lying hills, days are spent restoring ancient frescoes, hand-rolling pasta and shepherding sheep – all on Italia time.
Read more… 15 August 2013


Florence’s best-kept secret

Known by few and accessed by even fewer, the Vasari Corridor echoes with the footsteps of dukes and tyrants, and lays claim to one of Europe’s most exclusive art collections.
Read more… 13 August 2013


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