From ambling the length of the Thames to clambering to the heights of Table Mountain, or trekking from coast to coast in an afternoon, these 10 cities offer incredible walking routes that marry urban backdrops with stunning natural scenery.
Most travellers who consider Vancouver as their next destinations are often told that it is one of the best places to live in the world. Emma Higgins was also under this illusion, but uncovered the homeless side to this city that tourists are often unaware of.
June 9-11 saw hundreds of travel bloggers and industry members head to Vancouver for two days of networking, learning, connecting, and putting faces to Twitter avatars. Here are the highlights and lowlights from TBEX 2011.
If you are one of the over 500 people planning to attend the Travel Blog Exchange in Vancouver on June 11 and 12, 2011, here's what you need to know to make the most of the conference and your time in this beautiful city.
With an abundance of talented chefs, international cuisines and top-quality locally sourced ingredients, Vancouver offers so many great places to fill your face that a time-strapped tourist never has to spend time wondering what to eat—only where to eat it.
With celebrations around the world that appreciate all that vintners and brewers have to offer, it’s tough to decide which festivals to get on your calendar. From February to October, here are a few top picks of beer and wine events across the globe.