- Exploring the Gothenburg Archipelago
That’s because islands are car-free and locals get around the narrow island roads by golf cart – or bicycle.
- Exploring Dedham Vale, Constable's paintings and his inspiration
If the tower is open (weekends only) then it’s well worth a climb to the top for its fabulous views over the surrounding Stour Valley, and if you have time then stroll up to Castle House, which was home to another great local artist and former President of the Royal Academy, Sir Alfred Munnings.
- New and alternative attractions in Athens
As you listen, you can enjoy the cafe’s simple but tasty food, including meatballs made to Dimitris’ grandmother’s recipe.
- A walk for seafood lovers on the Northumberland Coast
Good honest northern food, washed down with a half of squid ink ale, brewed onsite by the hardworking (and rather fiery) mother and daughter team.
- Cycling in Arnside & Silverdale
You have a choice of pitstops: afternoon tea at the Old Post Office Tea Room or a pint at the wood-clad Wheatsheaf Inn, which has been welcoming guests since 1609 - first as a farmhouse providing meals to local farm labourers and later as a coaching stop for folk travelling from Lancaster to Carlisle.
- Culture and Heritage of Green Spain
It is a good opportunity to walk off the ‘pinchos’ - tapas style small plates of food - that come free with a drink in many of the bars in the Old Town.
- Montsec mountain by path and paddle
It was a bright May morning when a companion and I joined local guide Jaume Marvà to traverse this dramatic track, part of the GR1 long-distance trail.
- Green Traveller's Grand Train Tour of Switzerland
It kicks off with a breakfast fit for a king at The Chedi, with fresh figs and pastries, platters of smoked fish and local hams, and a choice of about twenty different cheeses from the wonderful cheese room.