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Posted by Florence Fortnam at 10:35 on Monday 02 May 2016
Bag packed, e-tickets downloaded and smartphone at the ready... we're going on the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland! Follow our trip around...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 04:47 on Tuesday 26 April 2016
A new peer-to-peer bike-sharing company has today launched in Oxford, offering visitors the chance to borrow bikes from local residents and receive...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:49 on Tuesday 19 April 2016
We've published a Guide to the 8 Protected Landscapes of Wales, providing tips on local accommodation, wonderful places to eat, a range of...
Posted by Paul Bloomfield at 01:28 on Monday 18 April 2016
As part of our series on the eight Welsh Protected Landscapes, Paul Bloomfield takes a stunning walk full of historical treasures in Anglesey AONB
Posted by Paul Bloomfield at 01:19 on Monday 18 April 2016
As part of our series on the eight Welsh Protected Landscapes, Paul Bloomfield visits Anglesey's food market and Halen Môn that produces world-...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 01:03 on Monday 18 April 2016
As part of our series about the eight Protected Landscapes of Wales, we have produced a guide to the stunning and alluring Anglesey AONB
Posted by at 10:27 on Thursday 14 April 2016
As part of our series about the eight Welsh Protected Landscapes, Sian Lewis walks the glorious coastal path of Gower Area of Outstanding...
Posted by at 06:01 on Wednesday 13 April 2016
As part of our series on the eight Welsh Protected Landscapes, Sian Lewis visits Gower AONB and tries local delicacies, ales and 'Welshman'...
Posted by News Editor at 04:45 on Wednesday 13 April 2016
As part of our series on the eight Protected Landscapes of Wales, we have produced a guide to the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:29 on Wednesday 13 April 2016
Ferry operator Red Funnel has launched electric car hire packages for foot passengers travelling from Southampton to the Isle of Wight.
Posted by News Editor at 12:22 on Tuesday 12 April 2016
Travel journalist Tom Chesshyre, who has just written a book on 49 unusual train journeys around the world, describes the trip from Inverness to the...
Posted by News Editor at 09:08 on Thursday 07 April 2016
The winners of the 2016 World Travel and Tourism Council's Tourism for Tomorrow Awards have been announced.
Posted by David Atkinson at 03:47 on Thursday 07 April 2016
As part of our celebration of the eight Welsh Protected Landscapes, David Atkinson follows a food trail in the Clwydian Range AONB
Posted by Sarah Baxter at 03:35 on Thursday 07 April 2016
As part of our celebration of the eight Welsh Protected Landscapes, Sarah Baxter discovers the Dee Valley AONB offers a fantastic range of outdoor...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 03:23 on Thursday 07 April 2016
As part of our celebration of the eight Protected Landscapes of Wales, we have produced a guide to the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of...
Posted by Abigail Whyte at 11:33 on Tuesday 05 April 2016
Industrial relics, Cistercian ruins and a view that inspired one of our greatest poets - Abi Whyte walks her favourite stretch of the Wye Valley AONB
Posted by at 12:07 on Monday 29 July 2013
Our guide to how to travel to and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park without a car.
Posted by at 05:22 on Friday 01 October 2010
See what it's like to stay in a treehouse at one of Eurocamp's sites in the Loire region of Northern France. Perfect for families or...
Posted by at 05:28 on Wednesday 30 December 2015
On the final day of 2015, we round up our most popular blog posts & features on Greentraveller.co.uk this year, from cosy yurts and a food tour...
Posted by at 04:42 on Monday 07 December 2015
With her wheelchair-using father, Lucy has a lovely time at the accessible, award winning, self-catering, gem of an eco lodge in Lowen, part of...
Posted by at 05:21 on Thursday 26 November 2015
Head south with your bike and a get a dose of fresh air in one of the most beautiful places to cycle in Britain with Cycle Southern England's...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 11:32 on Tuesday 01 December 2015
See why National Geographic Traveler magazine has named Glasgow one of its top 20 destinations for 2016 with a brand new tour with local experts,...
Posted by at 01:10 on Thursday 19 November 2015
As we celebrate our Greentraveller's Guide to Lesvos and Chios, Sian Lewis explores the lush valleys and inviting coastline of Lesvos on foot,...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:13 on Thursday 02 September 2010
Stenaline's combined rail and sail ticket allows you to take the train + ferry to Holland. Here's a short video showing what it's like...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:06 on Monday 04 April 2011
A retired couple from Nottingham on the joys of their escorted train journey to the Swiss Alps with rail specialist operator Great Rail Journeys.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:15 on Saturday 20 October 2007
Richard Hammond gives ten eco-friendly winter activities, from skiing without leaving the UK to snow shoeing in the French Pyrenees.
Posted by at 10:17 on Monday 11 October 2010
Philippa Jacks gives tips on how to go green in Denmark's capital city.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:46 on Tuesday 17 November 2015
We have published an online guide to the beautiful islands of Lesvos and Chios in the North Aegean, Greece.
Posted by at 04:09 on Thursday 01 December 2011
Megabus, the UK-based bus and coach travel company, is offering 10,000 'free seats' to passengers on English and Welsh megabus routes as...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:04 on Sunday 02 August 2009
The authors of the Rough Guide to Clean Breaks, pick their favourite alternative experiences in the Med.
Posted by at 11:40 on Tuesday 29 July 2014
The latest in our series of top fives is a Greentraveller favourite - treehouses, most of which are perfect for a long break with the family or just...
Posted by at 01:14 on Thursday 24 June 2010
Catherine Mack reviews one of Wales' leading adventure centres, Preseli Venture Ecolodge and Adventure Centre, which specialises in coasteering...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:57 on Friday 02 February 2007
Continental train travel looks set for a renaissance this year as improvements to rail services will mean shorter journeys to Europe and upgraded...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:29 on Saturday 03 February 2007
Self-catering eco cottages that blend seamlessly into the rural countryside of the Yorkshire Dales.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:30 on Saturday 03 February 2007
Camping and caravanning have long enjoyed a close association, yet while there is little doubt that camping is low impact, should caravanning be...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:20 on Tuesday 06 February 2007
Flying may be the quickest way to get from A to B, but two forthcoming journeys aim to promote ‘low-emissions’ alternatives as the better way to...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 07:13 on Tuesday 06 February 2007
Richard Hammond enjoys tea with the island's exotic residents - including a real-life James Bond...I was told that it’s a cert - just choose the...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:50 on Monday 12 February 2007
A new high-speed service this summer will open up cities we’d never before considered for weekend breaks...It's just one of those things that...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:13 on Monday 12 February 2007
Useful round up of the latest websites on slow travel, by the Guardian's Sean Dodson. See: Best of the net
Posted by Richard Hammond at 04:38 on Tuesday 13 February 2007
Liane Katz reports in Guardian Unlimited the latest findings by market research company Mintel, which predict a 25% growth in the green travel market...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:51 on Saturday 17 February 2007
A huge wood burner heats the large hall, dining/living room and bedrooms, fuelled by coppiced wood from the farm's hedgerows; there's a...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:01 on Saturday 17 February 2007
Our guide to top of the best eco-friendly weekends in the UK and France.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:08 on Saturday 24 February 2007
L'Ayalga is in La Pandiella, a small hamlet in the Redes nature reserve in Asturias, conveniently located between the craggy limestone mountains...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:46 on Tuesday 20 December 2005
Richard Hammond reviews Whitepod, a luxury eco-camp in the Swiss Alps.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:33 on Thursday 01 March 2007
Carbon offsetting companies came in for a drubbing when the government announced that only four of the UK’s 59 schemes met its standards.
Posted by at 02:05 on Friday 02 March 2007
Catherine Mack describes ten tree-friendly holidays, from tree houses to tree climbing, where she says you can 'branch out' this spring...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:31 on Monday 05 March 2007
Fair Trade Fortnight is showing how producers in developing countries can get a fairer deal,
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:37 on Monday 12 March 2007
The Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa scheme recognises a small but growing number of holidays that are putting something back into local...