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Walking around

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Dedicated to those routes that can only be done on foot to be truly appreciated, on this space we blog about those magical corners of the world you have to walk through to fall in love with and make your journey a truly memorable one.

This is the place to learn all about some of the unmissable trails to do around the globe, some of the most memorable streets to walk on, the most exciting routes to follow and the most photogenic journeys on foot.

Follow our detailed walking guides to some of the most interesting paths in the world and get first-hand tips on the sights not to miss along the way.

Recent articles in Walking around

  • 06 Mar 2018
  • Travel Story
  • Claire Boobbyer
The world is my oyster

Exploring Cape Town's Victoria and Alfred Waterfront

What struck me most about my recent visit to South Africa’s Cape Town was all there is to see and do around the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront - from lovely al fresco cafes and ice cream stalls to shops, contemporary museums, vintage buildings, old castles, boutique hotels and an amazing indoor food market. And that goes without mentioning the aquarium! Keep reading to find out what I loved about Cape Town and what I plan to go back and see.
  • 08 Jan 2018
  • Travel Story
  • Sasha Wood
Writing the world

Cocktail tales: exploring Antigua's best beach bars

What better way to get into the rhythm of this authentic Caribbean enclave than exploring its coastline one beach bar at a time? Here, we pick out some of the best spots in Antigua to spend a day between the bar and the beach.
  • 03 Nov 2017
  • Travel Story
  • Lucy Grewcock
Always adventuring

Top five Soufriere activities

From beaches and rainforests to colonial ruins, St Lucia is brimming with exciting attractions and activities. Although these are scattered across the island, the town of Soufriere has the highest concentration of must-see local sites, and you can experience several in the same day.
  • 13 Oct 2017
  • Travel Story
  • Caroline Howley
The world's longest out of office

My Sri Lankan rail adventure Part 2: Sun, sea and the south coast

The bus careened around yet another sharp corner and I grabbed onto a pole to stop myself tumbling out of my seat and through the open door. All the other passengers looked unperturbed, seemingly desensitised to the driver's erratic motoring skills, and familiar with being crushed against strangers for long periods of time.
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