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91 travel features tagged “Tours & Classes”

The Beatles’ Liverpool

With the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ debut single Love Me Do promising mass celebrations and concerts, there has never been a better time to visit the band’s hometown.
Read more… 05 October 2012


Localites

Yoga turns up the heat in London

With winter quickly approaching, a new system of hot yoga has arrived in Chelsea to rival Bikram, warming the body the same way sunlight does.
Read more… 04 October 2012


Worldwide Weird

Surround sound baths in California

The Integratron, built by aeronautical engineer George Van Tassel in the 1950s, is a sound chamber precisely tuned to promote relaxation and rejuvenation.
Read more… 10 September 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Getting a degree in sustainable travel

As the idea of responsible tourism has taken hold, so too have university programs designed to give students the skills to influence how tourism is managed.
Read more… 22 August 2012


The cheapest sightseeing tour in the world

See all of Medellín, Colombia for a dollar on a city tour via one of the top transport systems in the world.
Read more… 31 July 2012


Localites

Secret tours of Hong Kong

Guided, English-language itineraries provide a window into the subtleties of a city that is sometimes dismissed as tacky and over-the-top.
Read more… 16 July 2012


The Passport blog

A tour of London street survival

The city’s Unseen Tours, led by trained guides who are or have been homeless, show visitors a grittier side of some of the city’s most famous neighbourhoods.
Read more… 04 July 2012


A cellar-by-cellar tour of Reims

The best sparkling wine in the world can be found in the Champagne region of northeast France, just an easy day trip from Paris.
Read more… 20 June 2012


The Passport blog

Reversing the holiday brain drain

Travellers will soon have the option of choosing destinations, hotels and holiday packages designed to keep their minds in good health.
Read more… 21 May 2012


Vancouver’s thriving alternative nightlife scene

Western Canada’s largest city has some unusual substitutes to drinking at the bar, from a letter writing club that uses antique typewriters to monthly ukulele jam sessions.
Read more… 09 May 2012


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