Greenland is a country so unique and mysterious that it left illustrator Daniel Frost questioning his existence on earth. We talk to the author about his latest book and how he hopes to inspire a new generation of explorers. Read more
Two years ago, tattoo artist Julie Toebel and her partner Kai Branss, a director and videographer, bought an old American school bus, rebuilt the inside to meet their needs, and from then on called the vehicle their home. Having been featured last year in our Hit the Road
book, we caught up with the pair to find out more about their new life.
There’s a special kind of thrill that checking into a hotel elicits. From the crisp sheets to the cozy barstools and rooftop pools, sometimes our lodging can be just as exciting as our travels themselves. From getting a little extra splash of luxury to eating the most authentic local dishes and charging your phone without buying an converter. Read more
Co-editor of The Grand Hostels Luxury Hostels of the World Kash Bhattarcharya is sharing his secret tips on how to explore the beautiful city of Lisbon. Find out, where to have the most relaxing sundowner and where to gorge on the most delicious Pasteis de Nata. Read more
Leave your home, your comfort zone behind and drive to places "Where the Streets Have No Name", like U2 used to sing. Let the passing landscapes make you forget your everyday life. But before you leave, here are some tips and steps to follow. Read more
This cabin on Bruny Island in Tasmania, Australia, was designed by architects Maguire + Devine. The client wished for a highly functional minimalistic building on her 99 acres piece of land. There were only two pieces of furniture allowed – a mattress and a low table. For the rest of the facilities, the cabin itself needed to function as "furniture". Read more