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Symbolism in Bath’s architecture

Bath’s architecture has more symbolic meaning than you probably first realised.

A man’s world – Bath’s big four

The four men who shaped the way that Bath looks and feels today.

A short history of bathing in Bath

Which royal visitors put Bath's bathing on the map?

The Woodchester Mosaic

A churchyard in Gloucestershire hides a Roman masterpiece.

Sussex firsts

Sussex has been first for plenty of unusual things!

The best little-known towns in the Cotswolds

Look beyond the obvious next time you visit this Area of Natural Beauty.

Burns in Dumfries

Anyone with an interest in Robert Burns will find much to entertain them in Dumfries.

Exceptional places to visit in 2017

As we move in to 2017, it's time to start planning this year's trips… but where should you be heading? 

TravelLocal’s top 5 experiences in Uganda

In honour of this diverse and vibrant country, here are TravelLocal’s top five adventure experiences to enjoy in Uganda. 

Unusual wildlife encounters

Bizarreness, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.

The world’s most beautiful waterfalls

90s girl group TLC once sang 'Don't go chasing waterfalls' but we think you should.

Chiltern Railways: Umpteen wonderful things to see

Ben Le Vay discovers the odds and eccentricities of the Chiltern Railways

The real jewel of Uzbekistan

Most people go to Uzbekistan for its Silk Road treasures, but the real jewel in its crown is its people.

Interview with John Carter

We chat to John Carter about the reality of travel broadcasting and his love for cruise ships.

Malawi’s animal kingdom

Adrian Phillips had an unforgettable experience in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park.

Wai’tukubuli National Trail highlights

Fancy trekking the magnificent Wai’tukubuli National Trail, but short on time? Author Paul Crask's picks out the best bits.

Other people’s lives: Who cares?

Jonathan Scott questions why write or indeed, why read an autobiography? Other people's lives: who cares? 

The leopard’s tale: an extract from ‘The Big Cat Man’

In this extract from his newly published autobiography, Jonathan Scott illustrates his quest to photograph the Mara Buffalo Female.

Photography tips from Jonathan and Angela Scott

Jonathan and Angela Scott share their tips for photographing wildlife to celebrate Jonathan's new autobiography, The Big Cat Man.

On the road in Malawi

Join Sandra Turay, updater of our forthcoming Malawi guide, as she shows us her highlights from the 'Warm Heart of Africa'. 

Bat viewing at Kasanka National Park

Climb to this tree-hide on a late November afternoon and witness one of Africa's strangest wildlife spectacles. 

Rock on: Africa’s most impressive rock art

Africa has some magnificent centuries-old rock art — how many have you visited?

Bradt Tours to West Africa

Bradt Tours 2017: Join our once-in-a-lifetime trip to Senegal and Guinea-Bissau, designed and led by expert Bradt author Sean Connolly! 

Interview with Tom Sykes

We chat to the author of our new pionnering guide to the Ivory Coast

Five reasons to visit Ivory Coast

The Ivory Coast might not be on everyone's bucket list, but it should be. 

Bus-Pass Britain – the highlights

Climb aboard and enjoy the ride along some of Britain's most cherished bus routes.

Kassena code

The houses of the Kassena are a unique marvel.

May’s wildlife highlights

Puffins, pearls and pasqueflowers – kickstart your summer of British wildlife with these fabulous experiences. 

On the road in Ghana

Sean Connolly, author of our Senegal guidebook, has just returned from a research trip to Ghana (for the new 7th edition out later this year) and he took over our Instagram feed to show off some of his photos. 

Oswestry & northwest Shropshire

Here is just a selection of accommodation options in Oswestry and northwest Shropshire: welcoming, heartwarming and occasionally quirky places to base yourself for a Slow adventure.

Southeast Shropshire sleeps

Here is just a selection of accommodation options in southeast Shropshire: welcoming, heartwarming and occasionally quirky places to base yourself for a Slow adventure.

South Shropshire sleeps

Here is just a selection of accommodation options in south Shropshire: welcoming, heartwarming and occasionally quirky places to base yourself for a Slow adventure.

The Slow Food Movement

To celebrate the publication of three new titles in our new Slow Travel series, we chat to Shane Holland, the CEO of Slow Food UK, an organisation that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to the community and environment. 

Tasty bits in Shropshire

Author Marie Kreft made many food and drink discoveries while exploring Shropshire.

Ludlow Magnalonga

This annual walk through the Shropshire countryside integrates food to become part of the journey.

My Perfect Day in Cornwall competition – winner

The winner of our My Perfect Day in Cornwall competition is announced! 

What Slow Travel means to us

The word ‘Slow’ is used a lot these days in terms of travel – but what does it actually mean?