Levison Wood: An adventurer walking the planet

Responsible Travel met up with Levison Wood? an intrepid explorer whose oyster is the world. Levison Wood is a British explorer, writer and photographer. His...

Paris: A pass that opens up the city of art

Paul Morris tries out a very useful little card. The next time you’re in Paris make sure that you have the Paris Museum Pass...

Park Hotel: Tokyo by Design

Tatiana Praxis headed to the Metropolis for the first time for a spot of fashion and art. It’s hard not to have high expectations of...

World cycling holidays: Six of the best

Responsibletravel.com has trawled (or cycled) the planet to find world cycling holidays that you may not have heard of. Cycling Safari Discover the back roads...

Brussels: Manneken to ‘pis’ no more

The 61cm tall bronze boy attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists and locals annually. In one legend, it is said that a young...

Siem Reap: Temples and lost cities galore

Simon Leysen suggests a trip to Cambodia’s best holy places and symbolic cities in Siem Reap. Angelina knew. Or at least the director of Tomb...

Ile de Ré: Sea, surf and sun

Lesley Williamson discovers a small island off the Atlantic coast of France that is a surfers’ paradise from early spring. With its perfect climate all...

Paris best city in the world for students

Paris has been designated as the best student city in the world for a second consecutive year by the British consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds...

Wallonia: Enjoy ‘Bikes welcome’ year

Wallonia has declared 2016 ‘Bikes welcome’ year, with a dash of local gastronomy thrown in. Belgium is often referred to as a ‘flat country’, but...

Bali travel: Stay in the luxury Royal Pita Maha Resort

In her Bali travel article Melanie De Lacy Staunton heads for the jungle… and a few luxury spas. In the heart of Bali lies a...
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