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Hiking, Biking, and Walking Across Italy: How to Explore the Cammini d’Italia

“Italy has embraced the Via Francigena as none of the other three nations have,” writes Timothy Egan in his New York Times bestseller A Pilgrimage to Eternity: From Canterbury to Rome in Search of a Faith. As he walks the storied route that traverses England, France, and Italy, Egan explains what makes walking the Italian section of the Via Francigena so appealing: This country never threw off its Catholicism; monarchs with their own religious agendas were scarce, and Protestants still are. The...
Tags: Travel, Hiking, History, Rome, Nature, Ecotourism, New York Times, Italy, Canterbury, Walking Tours, England France, Timothy Egan, Sports & Leisure, Francigena, Parks and Nature, Biking Tours


The Best Tour Companies in Ireland

Posted: 8/17/19 | October 17th, 2019 Ireland. It’s a scenic country full of rolling green hills, photogenic cliffs, impressive castles, cozy Irish pub, friendly locals, and a lot of Irish charm. I’ve loved every part of my experiences in Ireland. My first trip was a quick 24-hour visit to Dublin, but, I loved it so much I’ve gone back about four times since. Ireland has a special magic to it that makes every visitor fall in love. (Ok, not everyone, but most people love it here!) While the cit...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Dublin, Kerry, Guinness, Tours, Galway, Skellig Islands, Walking Tours, Trinity College, Moher, Killarney, Dublin Castle


The Best Tour Companies in Europe in 2019

Posted: 05/18/2019 | May 18th, 2019 Europe is one of the most popular destinations in the world. While I love solo travel as much as the next person — and think Europe is one of the best places to backpack around — the continent is also a huge destination for tour groups. When you think of group tours, you may imagine a horde of camera-clicking tourists wearing socks and sandals swarming off a massive bus, taking lots of pictures, and then moving on to the next site. In the past, that image ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Spain, Danube, Paris, Italy, Vatican, Jordan, Louvre, Seine, Viking, Intrepid Travel, Walking Tours, Versailles, Sistine Chapel, Sachsenhausen


SFMOMA’s “The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism” Exhibit + Unbeaten Path Tours’ On-Site Exploration

Two ways to spotlight the idyllic architectural development on the Sonoma Coast Driving up California’s Highway 1 past Bodega Bay and Jenner, 100 miles north of San Francisco, the rugged coastline is at times barely visible. Along the curving road, unpainted wood homes can be spotted through the trees and meadows. This part of the Northern California coast feels both earthy and otherworldly. It is here that …
Tags: Design, Exhibits, California, San Francisco, Culture, Architecture, Exhibitions, Jenner, Walking Tours, Northern California, Bodega Bay, SFMOMA, Sonoma Coast, The Sea Ranch, Unbeaten Path Tours, Sonoma Coast Driving


The 12 Best Walking Tour Companies in London

Updated: 7/10/18 | July 10th, 2018 As you may know, I’ve been basing my travels lately around a theme in order to make them a little more than just a checklist of the top attractions. Having spent some extended time in London recently, I decided to focus my trip around a thing I love to death: walking tours. I wanted to see this city on foot and learn about it from the ground up. Since London is a megacity filled with a mega number of walking tours, from free tours and literary tours to pub cr...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, London, Barcelona, Harry Potter, Parliament, Shakespeare, Jack, Andy, Walking Tours, St Paul, Mick, LONDON London, Jack the Ripper, Don t Forget Travel Insurance Travel


A Taste of Trastevere in a Hidden Roman Villa

Ah, Italy. Red-checked tablecloths, fat candles dripping wax into empty tomato sauce cans. Carafes of red wine. It’s already an obvious fact that dining out in Italy is a memorable event. And if you’re looking for another authentic Roman dining experience, cross the River Tiber to Trastevere, into a historic working class neighborhood that boasts the most authentic Roman cuisine in town. Getting to know your fellow diners is easy since the Trastevere walking tour and villa dinner is an intimate ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Rome, Italy, Treviso, Sicily, Places To Go, Walking Tours, Viator, Andes, Trastevere, Jennifer Dombrowski, River Tiber, Food Tours


An Insider’s Guide to Paris’ Passages Couverts

Les Grands Boulevards in Paris The glittering shop-fronts and designer emporiums of the Champs-Elysées and the world-renowned Galeries Lafayette department store might be top of the itinerary for shoppers in Paris, but some of the city’s most atmospheric shopping arcades are hidden from view down the side streets. Paris’ Passages Couverts (“Covered Passageways” or “Les Arcades”) date back to the early 19th century, when some 150 such shopping arcades sprung up around the city, fast becoming the...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Shopping, India, Things To Do, Paris, Champs Elysees, Places To Go, Zoe Smith, Paris Things To Do, Walking Tours, Jean Paul Gaultier, Galeries Lafayette, Galerie Vivienne


Go for the Gold! Discover the Past's Gold Fever Trail Walking Tour in Victoria, BC

John Adams of Discover the Past walking tours. ©SueFrausePhoto I've been on several of John Adams' Discover the Past walking tours, and they're a fun way to explore Victoria and learn more about the provincial capital's history. This summer, Adams has teamed up with the Royal BC Museum, and is offering a Gold Fever Trail Walking Tour.  Participants will walk in the footsteps of gold rush personalities, plus see some of Victoria's legendary and lesser-known sites that served...
Tags: History, Victoria, John Adams, British Columbia, Old Town, Walking Tours, Adams, Royal BC Museum, Vancouver Island, Sue Frause


The 10 best walking tours for 2016

Including coastal rambles and challenging hikes in destinations from France to South Africa [Author: Trisha Andres]
Tags: France, South Africa, Santiago De Compostela, Costa Rica, Exodus, Walking Holidays, Amalfi Coast, Escorted Tours, Crete, Adagio, Explore, Headwater, Inntravel, Walking Tours, The Loire, Hf Holidays


The 10 best walking tours for 2016

Our pick of group and self-guided walking holidays for 2016, including coastal rambles and challenging hikes, in destinations from France to South Africa [Author: Trisha Andres] [Link to media]
Tags: France, South Africa, Santiago De Compostela, Costa Rica, Exodus, Walking Holidays, Amalfi Coast, Escorted Tours, Crete, Adagio, Explore, Headwater, Inntravel, Walking Tours, The Loire, Hf Holidays