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The world’s best competition for new travel writers is back!

Part of the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards

For over 20 years, Bradt Guides’ ‘New Travel Writer of the Year’ competition has been seeking out and championing new talent. This year we’ve teamed up once again with the book trade’s leading travel writing awards to provide a unique opportunity for unpublished writers.

The winners will attend the awards ceremony and see their work in a new anthology from Bradt. Read more >

Bradt on Britain

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Read our latest articles from around the United Kingdom

A true family Christmas pudding

Legends of the fell: Pony-walking in the Lake District

The best winter activities in the UK

A walk in my home county: the Middlewood Way

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Inspirational stories from around the world

7 unusual things to do in Zurich

With an enviable lakeside location, Switzerland’s largest city has much to offer.

Where can I travel right now?

There are more travel options than you might think.

The best winter activities in the UK

Winter doesn't have to mean the end of your adventures – these UK activities are worth braving the cold for.

Who would write a travel guidebook in a pandemic? Lockdown in Tunisia

For Oscar Scafidi, the Bradt Guide to Tunisia has been no easy feat.

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Places to inspire

Comprehensive guides to exceptional places around the world

Azores
Barbados
Dumfries and Galloway (Slow Travel)
Greece: Northern Greece
Liguria
Pays de la Loire: The Vendée
Wild Abandon

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Faroe Islands

Italy (Emilia-Romagna)

Uzbekistan

Greece (The Peloponnese)

Kazakhstan

Madagascar

Rwanda

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Wildlife

Read about the world’s fascinating and fanciful flora and fauna

Legends of the fell: Pony-walking in the Lake District

Wake up and smell the feathers: birdwatching in Colombia’s coffee zone

Where to see the Big Five in Botswana

Leap of faith: a wildlife weekend in North Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire

Dragon’s blood and flowering bottles: exploring Socotra’s magnificent plants

The rarest of the Big Five: the best places to see rhinos

Guides and literature about wildlife and wild travel

Peruvian Wildlife
Leopard's Tale
52 Wildlife Weekends
Galapagos Wildlife
Wilderness Weekends
Madagascar Wildlife
Pantanal Wildlife
Madagascar: The Eighth Continent
A Summer of British Wildlife
Antarctica

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Slow travel

Get under the skin of destinations on your doorstep

The best winter activities in the UK

A walk in my home county: the Middlewood Way

A walk in my home county: Burrington Combe, Somerset

Waterway wandering: England’s prettiest canal walks

Recipe of the Week: Logan Bakehouse Shortbread

A walk in my home county: Horsey Mere, Norfolk

The world’s most comprehensive choice of guides to slow travel

Peak District (Slow Travel)
Chilterns & The Thames Valley (Slow Travel)
Cotswolds (Slow Travel)
Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly (Slow Travel)
South Devon & Dartmoor (Slow Travel)
Cheshire (Slow Travel)
Sussex (Slow Travel)
Exmoor National Park (Slow Travel)
Dorset (Slow Travel)
North Devon & Exmoor (Slow Travel)
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Contract publishing

If you’ve a tale you want to see in print, we can make it happen with our new contract publishing imprint, Journey Books.