Iceland to New Zealand: the World’s Most Iconic Filming Locations

From Iceland’s dramatic landscapes to the world’s largest desert in Abu Dhabi, planet Earth’s most incredible destinations have often been key features on both the big and small screens – providing a unique backdrop for surreal and unforgettable storytelling. Discover the filming locations of five iconic franchises, where you could walk in the footsteps of…

Starry-eyed: the Most Spectacular Stargazing Spots in the UK

If you live anywhere near the sprawling, light-filled metropolis that is London, the light pollution of our streetlamp- and building-packed capital will prove itself to be quite the intrusive inhibitor of any decent star-spotting. However, if you fancy yourself a budding astronomer, there are scores of rural nooks in the UK where you’ll be treated…

From Yosemite to the Everglades: The USA’s Best National Parks

The United States of America is one of the most diverse countries on earth, with landscapes ranging from snowy tundras and soaring peaks to red, dusty deserts and leafy green forests. There are 61 protected areas operated by the National Parks Service, and 29 of the 50 states hold at least one park, which together…

A Wonderful Whistle-Stop Weekend in the Lake District

I’ve honestly never really felt the need to travel much within the UK, but that has all changed after a weekend in The Lakes. I don’t know about you, but i’ve always thought of England as pretty dull – probably because I live here, and it seems fairly unexciting in comparison to jetting off somewhere…

Six of the Best Foodie Cities in the USA

Though the USA is famous for its food, it’s not all about how many McDonald’s there are per capita or how many wings a man can eat in 10 minutes. Pretty much every city across each state has its signature dishes, from cheese curds in Wisconsin to biscuits and gravy in the south and Tex-Mex…