November 29, 2018A trip through Europe’s longest river – Volga in Russia – reveals a handful of islands and villages that are packed with interesting historical facts and centuries-old buildings, as well as one vodka museum.
November 15, 2018We may not all be interested in going on a full-on dark tourism adventure, but we can always take some time off our regular holiday to check out a few places. All we need is an open mind, a willingness to learn, understand and accept, and maybe a pair of good walking shoes.
October 28, 2018Hadrian’s Wall in England was begun in the second century, in the year 122. Soldiers toiled for a decade or so, piling stone upon stone until it stretched from coast to coast – a distance of 118km.
October 23, 2018The Roald Dahl Museum in the village of Great Missenden where Dahl lived in England has reopened, offering a glimpse into the man and method behind his best-loved stories like 'Charlie And The Chocolate Factory', 'Matilda', and 'James And The Giant Peach'.
October 12, 2018Cuban artist Tania Bruguera's latest interactive installation at Tate Modern is made from a heat-sensitive material. The pieces can only be revealed by people collectively touching the floor, demonstrating people must work together to solve society's problems.
October 11, 2018London's Victoria and Albert museum's photography exhibition spans early daguerreotypes to contemporary digital images, exploring the history of photography through the lens of collecting and considering photography itself as a way of collecting the universe.
September 27, 2018Scotland has a lot more to offer than just the Loch Ness Monster and Edinburgh Castle – travellers can combine a few of its more famous attractions with some lesser known destinations.