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Posted by Rhiannon Batten at 03:02 on Wednesday 07 October 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities reachable by train, we have produced a guide to Marseille.
Posted by Jo Keeling at 11:05 on Tuesday 06 October 2015
Jo Keeling boards a boat to the Farne Islands – Northumberland's wildlife-rich archipelago – and gets up close to some of the islands'...
Posted by Rhiannon Batten at 01:15 on Thursday 01 October 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities, we have produced a guide to London
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 10:32 on Thursday 01 October 2015
Andrea and Jack Montgomery head to a wine-growing region of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Las Alpujarras to visit Juan Palomar's vineyards and...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 12:48 on Wednesday 30 September 2015
As part of our ongoing celebration of inspiring places to visit in the UK, we have produced a Greentraveller's Guide to the Northumberland Coast
Posted by Rhiannon Batten at 10:54 on Wednesday 30 September 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities reachable by train, we have produced a guide to Paris.
Posted by Jo Keeling at 12:28 on Tuesday 29 September 2015
Jo Keeling visits Northumberland National Park to explore Europe’s largest area of protected night sky
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 02:07 on Monday 28 September 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities reachable by train from the UK, we have produced a guide to Avignon, the...
Posted by Rhiannon Batten at 12:02 on Friday 25 September 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities reachable by train, we have produced a guide to Brussels
Posted by Paul Bloomfield at 04:23 on Wednesday 23 September 2015
In association with Inntravel, we sent Paul Bloomfield to Las Alpujarras to get a taste for ham-drying and home-cooking around Mairena
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:43 on Wednesday 23 September 2015
Richard Hammond enjoys a breath of fresh air on the Northumberland Coast at St Cuthbert's House B&B, a converted chapel in the coastal town...
Posted by Rhiannon Batten at 11:10 on Wednesday 23 September 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities easily reachable by train from the UK, we have produced a guide to Cologne.
Posted by Harriet OBrien at 03:01 on Tuesday 22 September 2015
As part of our series of Greentraveller's Guides to European cities reachable by Eurostar, we have produced a guide to Lille, France
Posted by Jo Keeling at 12:20 on Tuesday 22 September 2015
On a recent trip to Northumberland National Park, Jo Keeling explores Hadrian’s Wall by foot and the AD122 bus, making sense of the geology that...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 09:16 on Saturday 19 September 2015
The UK’s AONBs have come together to organise a 10-day programme of events to help people enjoy these protected areas, from 19-27 September 2015.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 03:51 on Friday 18 September 2015
Here's something to whet the appetite for autumn... a festival dedicated to slow travel, taking place in the glorious medieval Monteriggioni,...
Posted by Sarah Barrell at 01:27 on Monday 17 June 2013
Our guide to taking the train with children in the UK with advice on family railcards, discounts and what services you can expect from different rail...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:50 on Saturday 31 March 2007
There are plenty of places that say they are family friendly yet do little more than provide a few creaking swings. Higher Lank Farm is dedicated to...
Posted by John Sannaee at 01:06 on Tuesday 31 August 2010
John Sannaee on why taking the ferry is still a great way to travel.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 08:49 on Thursday 08 August 2013
Our video of the lovingly restored Wherry Albion, which is available to hire over the summer in the Broads.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:12 on Wednesday 19 May 2010
Richard Hammond profiles Greg Stevenson's unique holiday cottage accommodation that has restored derelict buildings in Southwest Wales.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:19 on Saturday 27 November 2010
To help distinguish between the green and the greenwash, here are five questions to find out how eco-friendly your hotel is.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:22 on Saturday 05 May 2007
Camping just isn't camping without a decent view of the stars on a clear night and a slot-token shower unit. Which is what you can expect at La...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:07 on Saturday 27 January 2007
Much of the north of Spain is known historically as Green Spain, which has more to do with a wetter climate than a commitment to saving the planet....
Posted by Lucy Symons at 02:38 on Thursday 24 July 2014
A selection of some of the most welcoming and authentic farmstays in the UK. Perfect for a family break!
Posted by Lucy Symons at 12:08 on Tuesday 24 March 2015
Lucy Symons boards Brittany Ferries Pont Aven ferry to St Malo to join the celebrations of the 25th Anniversary of the French association: Tables et...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 08:47 on Saturday 26 August 2006
Read through a selection of top links for green travel in the UK and abroad.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:20 on Wednesday 27 October 2010
Our latest newsletter with details of special offers for holidays in Wales and Andalucia and suggestions for some fantastic winter holidays reachable...
Posted by Sian Lewis at 12:56 on Wednesday 11 November 2015
The first Slow Travel Festival, in Monteriggioni, Italy.
Posted by Ben Wade at 09:20 on Thursday 27 May 2010
Guest Blogger: Ben Wade is cycling from London all the way to Istanbul. The first of his dispatches described his preparations for the trip, here is...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:38 on Saturday 05 May 2007
GreenTraveller is a guide to eco-friendly hotels, low impact holidays and travelling by train and ferry as an alternative to flying. It is managed by...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 08:34 on Monday 06 August 2007
Few places on the British mainland are as remote as Inverie on the Knoydart peninsula on the north-west coast of Scotland.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 06:06 on Saturday 09 April 2011
The nomination period for the List has now closed. Thank you to everyone who nominated a project. We have had a fantastic response receiving many...
Posted by Tom Watts at 11:27 on Thursday 03 March 2011
Greentraveller would like to congratulate all the winners at last night's People and Environment Achievement Awards 2011.
Posted by Tobias Chapple at 04:02 on Thursday 17 March 2011
Our new and exclusive Green Travel Guide to Savoie Mont Blanc, including great places to stay, restaurants, attractions and activities, and how to...
Posted by Philippa Jacks at 01:28 on Monday 28 March 2011
Spring is here! Philippa Jacks suggests her pick of wonderful green breaks where you can see bluebells, daffodils, orchids and more in bloom.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 09:06 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 Tom Watts at 07:42 on Thursday 07 April 2011
Brittany Ferries has launched a new route operating between Portsmouth and Bilbao in northern Spain, the company's first new port destination in...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:34 on Wednesday 06 April 2011
Leading Irish green travel writer and one of our main contributors, Catherine Mack, has launched an app for green travel in Ireland.
Posted by Tobias Chapple at 08:30 on Wednesday 01 June 2011
Push the boat out (literally) with this selection of some of UK's best kayaking adventures, from the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail to the...
Posted by Yvonne Gordon at 09:02 on Friday 19 August 2011
Our guide to Berlin, Europe's most eco-hip capital. We show you the best places to stay, where to eat and drink, and how to get around the city...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:36 on Thursday 09 November 2006
Richard Hammond at the ResponsibIe Tourism Awards 2006
Posted by Richard Hammond at 06:22 on Tuesday 14 November 2006
Was it the swimming polar bears? Or maybe the kissing penguins? Everyone will have their favourite moment from the BBC's Planet Earth - even the...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 06:00 on Monday 20 November 2006
Richard Hammond in Andalucia, Spain
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:42 on Thursday 23 November 2006
I heard today of a new website launched on fair trade and travel. Founder Stephen Chapman says "Make Travel Fair is not a campaign or an...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:08 on Wednesday 01 November 2006
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Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:51 on Saturday 28 October 2006
There are plenty of green options springing up on the Caribbean's "nature island", but Papillote was the first eco inn.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:52 on Saturday 21 October 2006
If Santa had a bolthole, this would be it. Ongajok is a cosy, traditional Norwegian farm tucked away in the far north of Norway in Arctic Lapland.