British Isles Featured Slow Travel

From Stoney Middleton to Eyam: a walk through The Great Plague

In the era of a new pandemic, Slow travel writer Helen Moat takes a walk through 17th-century Derbyshire to Eyam, a village almost wiped out by one of the worst epidemics in history – the Great Plague. The story begins with a delivery of cloth from London to George Viccars, an Eyam tailor. Discovering the […]


A potted history of Bradt, Part Three

Shepherd Neame competition terms and conditions

– The competition is open to anyone aged 18 or over. – No purchase is necessary. – The competition will run from 1 May 2020 until 22 June 2020. – Employees, contractors and authors of Bradt Travel Guides (“Bradt”) or Shepherd Neame, and members of the immediate family of the above, are not eligible to […]

Europe Featured Literature

The joys (sometimes) of isolation: the deserted places of the Dodecanese

Jennifer Barclay reflects upon life in this remote Greek archipelago.

Active and Adventure British Isles Slow Travel

The best smaller hillwalks in Britain

Lace up your hiking boots and explore one of Britain’s best small hills. 

Africa Featured Wildlife

The best places to see lemurs in Madagascar

Lemurs are the poster child of Madagascar, so we’ve come up with a list of the best places to see these much-loved creatures.  

Featured Wildlife

The Alphabet of Animals: P–T

A colourful selection in this week’s round-up of wildlife poems.

Africa Featured Food and Drink

Worldly Appetites: Creole cuisine in the Seychelles

Explore the culinary treats of the Seychelles with two flavourful recipes.

Featured Wildlife

The best places to see turtles

From Cyprus to Cape Verde, these are the best places to view these beautiful and endangered creatures.

Active and Adventure Featured

Road trips from Tunis: south into the Sahara

Join Oscar Scafidi on a journey through this lunar landscape while researching our first ever guidebook to the country.