It’s a big world out there. You’re never going to see even half the places that you want to, but if you keep moving, you’ll see more than if you stay rooted to one spot. So wake up early, keep jumping on those planes, trains and automobiles and make sure your passport is somewhere handy.
You can destination-hop the easy way, by nipping from town to town within one country; or the medium-easy way taking ferries between islands; or the not-quite-so-easy way (don’t worry, we’ll make it easy for you) by travelling between neighbouring countries so you can compare and contrast the different cultures between people who live side-by-side. Whichever you choose, you’ll be amazed by how different each place you set down is from the last. And isn’t that what it’s all about?
Some of our favourites
- Bali has exciting culture and fun-filled nights. But if you can drift across to neighbouring Lombok for unspoilt nature
- On a Greek island Odyssey, you can see ancient mosaics, temples and fine beaches
- The capital cities of Central Europe – Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Prague – offer hot bars, fine food, stunning architecture and fascinating history