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Europe’s most overrated attractions?
When it comes to famous European travel destinations, does the reality always match the hype? RONAN O’CONNELL finds out
Podcast: The Pod Well Travelled Episode 4
Australia's bush fire crisis and the Federal government's $76 million tourism recovery package throw into relief the relationship between caring for our unique flora and fauna and maintaining an industry central to helping sustain and promote them. In our latest podcast, Will Yeoman talks to Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield about Australia's "brand" in a competitive international tourism market. They also discuss overrated holiday destinations, travelling vicariously through telling stories, the rise of the holiday selfie and more...
A brush with Japanese calligraphy
WILLIAM YEOMAN will be leading a not-to-be-missed West Travel Club tour to Japan in November, taking in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and Nara (details below). Here, he describes his first brush with Japanese calligraphy, woodblock-printing and manga
Clydesdale trams and a Dali elephant
PATRICK CORNISH minds his Ps, Qs and Us in the quirky ambience of Victor Harbor
Our World: No tourist barriers as barrio hits sweet spot
Even the locals want to visit La Boca area of Buenos Aires, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Podcast: Talking Travel 2020: what's coming up
In their first Talking Travel podcast for 2020, Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield and his team look ahead to a New Year packed with stories, tours, events, workshops and more
The Music of Kyrgyzstan
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD encounters the extraordinary virtuosity and musicianship of a rich musical tradition: in Kyrgyzstan
On the Danube with aRosa's Donna
MICHAEL FERRANTE finds much Christmas cheer aboard the aRosa ship Donna as he cruises the Danube towards Vienna
As we walk back from dinner, a full moon shines through wisps of cloud over the spires and streets of Oxford, its pale glow gently illuminating the penumbral regions escaping the rude artifice of streetlamp and headlight.
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