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How to visit Scopello, Italy

SCOPELLO is a small town on the coast of Sicily. Like much of the rest of the Sicilian coast, it used to be a tuna fishery. Some of the fishing …

Italy

20 of Scotland’s best hikes, from one-day walks and family trips to epic adventures

Few countries can match Scotland’s dramatic landscapes. Get your walking boots ready for these 20 greatest hikes, including best coastal walk, top …

Giants are Hiding on the Outskirts of Copenhagen

Imagine it’s a beautiful day and you decide to make the most of it with a hike away from the hustle and bustle of city life. And in this …

Sleep

Forget quick-fixes: here’s how to age smarter – and slower

Is it just me, or does the term ‘anti-ageing’ feel kind of wrong? Think about it: how can we be ‘anti’ something that is inevitable (sorry, folks: it is)? We can look youthful, yes. Feel young, big yes. But being ‘anti’ ageing? That’s always smacked of false hope to me. Trying to reverse ageing is …

The Wanderlust guide to the best of the Galápagos Islands

The Galápagos Islands are a dream destination for anyone curious about the natural world. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your trip<p>The …

19th Century

Exploring Ireland's Beautiful Islands

There's a unique magic to the islands that dot the coast of Ireland. With craggy shores, crumbling stone walls, and beaches that belong in the Caribbean, the isles showcase the best landscapes that the country has to offer (Bonus: We've also picked one in Northern Ireland).

Norway Itinerary Ideas

Northern Lights: 11 best places to see the aurora borealis | CNN Travel

A Cruise for Non-Cruisers: Five Pleasant Surprises in Norway

Last year I was walking with a friend along the water in my hometown of San Francisco and I stopped mid-conversation, gobsmacked to see a towering behemoth of a ship docked near Pier 39. At 10 stories high and hundreds of feet long, it looked more like a horizontal skyscraper than a seaworthy …

A long weekend in... Copenhagen

Ever wanted to visit this Scandi paradise? Here's our guide on all the things to do in Copenhagen, including where to eat, what to see and where to …

European Travel

The best craft beer in Gothenburg, Sweden

<i>This post has partner links that I may receive compensation for at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting my site!</i><p>Gothenburg is the 2nd largest in …

Craft Beer

The Polish Patriot Who Helped Americans Beat the British

Two months after Ben Franklin helped draft the Declaration of Independence, a surprise visitor walked into his Philadelphia shop. The young man’s …

Travel addicts: where we've been and why we can't stop

It’s not about ticking countries off a list. You can’t ‘do’ a place. Travel is about so much more than counting passport stamps – it’s about experiencing new cultures, exploring nature’s bounty and getting miles out of your comfort zone...<p>Nevertheless, it can be fun to tally up your adventures to …

Travel

The best new budget hotels in London under £100

With smart tech and sharp design, a new wave of budget hotels is sweeping away grisly memories of dull functionality. We review a selection of the latest openings across London<p>London’s budget hotel sector is booming. The global financial crisis prompted a development spree among the big low-cost …

Hospitality

Why you should ditch the Med in favour of Scandinavia this summer

There is a law in the physics of travel which states that when the British are partially or completely immersed in leisure, they head south. As predictably as Newton’s apple, a Briton in search of relaxation gravitates to lower latitudes and higher temperatures.<p>It may not be as immutable as …

10 ski holiday hacks that can save you money this season

Whether you're planning your first trip to the slopes or are a seasoned pro, everyone likes the chance to save money.<p>Ski trips can often come with additional costs such as lift passes and equipment hire and with the price of lunch on the mountain in some popular resorts enough to make anyone shiver …

The 27 hardest job interview questions, according to Glassdoor

Jobs interviews are always hard, but some come with trickier questions than others. Where do you see yourself in five years? How many ping pong balls …

Must-See Stops Along California's Route 1

Travel<p>Road trippers will find sun, sand, and surf along the Pacific Coast Highway.<p>The southernmost stretch of fabled coastal Route 1 strings together everything that makes Southern California, well, “SoCal”: surf breaks and seaside mountains, offbeat beach towns and sprawling suburbs, old Spanish …

California

The world's most beautiful churches

15 Bucket List Hotels We're Completely Obsessed With

Photo courtesy of Amangiri.<p>The world has a lot of hotels, some better than others. Certain properties are 100% worth adding to your must-stay travel bucket list, whether its because they have a great location, great amenities, or a serious sense of luxury. From the Thames-adjacent Mondrian London …

Barcelona

Local laws and etiquette<p>Tipping is a pretty relaxed affair in Spain, and people tend to round up to the nearest euro in a bar, café or taxi, and leave just a few euros in all but the smartest restaurants.<p>Drivers are required to keep a fluorescent gilet inside the car, to be worn if they break down …

Photo Essay on 15 Most Beautiful and Scenic Bridges in Europe

Bridges are built to span physical obstacles for the purpose of providing passage, But their is some sort of meaning or Romance in their existence …

European Travel

@NatGeoTravel Staff Picks: Best Islands

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>On the lookout for a great escape? There’s nothing quite like an island to transport you to an alternate reality—one where days seem to stretch on forever and troubles fall away like an ebbing tide.<p><b>Here are a few of the @NatGeoTravel team’s favorite islands to get you in</b> …

Pipe dreams: on the trail of Maigret’s Paris

Tom Downey goes in search of the French capital’s landmarks – as patrolled by Georges Simenon’s French detective<p>By rights Le Bar du Caveau, on the Ile de la Cité’s Place Dauphine, one of the most picturesque squares in the very centre of the tourist’s Paris, should have been crammed with …

The 10 best resorts for a last-minute Easter skiing break

Spectacular snowfall and continuing cold temperatures means it looks like being a cracking winter to spend Easter on the slopes.<p>If you haven’t booked but fancy making the most of it, there is still time, with tour operators still having options, even for families, and some good deals. Easter falls …

24 of Europe’s Most Awe-Inspiring Hidden Villages

Driving through Europe’s back roads, you’re bound to stumble upon at least a few beautiful, hidden villages that you’ve never heard about. If you’re …

European Travel

10 of the Most Family Friendly Vacation Destinations in Europe

Are you starting to plan your next family vacation? There is a lot of buzz about Europe these days. A strong dollar and weak euro, great prices on …

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Creativity

30 places in Europe you must see in your lifetime

These are the 15 best universities for a high-paying job in finance

The question is where to do it?<p>Emolument, a company that collects data on pay, compiled a list of the 15 European universities whose finance students earned the most when they got out.<p>The survey was based on the salary of 700 finance workers in London who graduated after 2011, and excludes …