We asked some of our JourneyWoman women’s tour partners, who are experts in local cuisine, to share their best culinary travel experiences.
The Kerry Way is a 214-km circular hike that begins and ends in Killarney, Ireland and takes eight to 10 days to complete. Just the challenge guest writer Pandora Domeyko needed.
London is an art lover’s dream. Art aficionado Maggie Fairs shares her top 5 picks to help you explore these wonderful galleries online.
Need a nosh or a cuppa? JourneyWoman Joy shares her bangin’ tips on England’s best spots to stay, eat, and explore, including tours, pubs and afternoon tea. To help you talk like a local, she’s also compiled a handy guide to British slang – you’ll want to take a gander at this!
Contributing writer Sally Peabody shares her favorite Lisbon museums, including the Calouste Gulbenkian including the National Museum of Azulejos, and the Casa Museu Medeiros e Almeida and newer contemporary museums.
The Camino de Santiago trail in Spain has been well-traveled for decades but guest writer Rebecca Brown reminds solo women adventurers that safety should always be at the forefront when traveling.
In a nod to her Polish heritage, guest writer Anna Shannon takes the plunge and leaves the UK to work remotely in Gdansk, Poland, for a month.
Isn’t it maddening how French women always look chic? Or how the French effortlessly produce delicious meals? Pas du tout! They simply know how to shop
Diagnosed with MS in 2002, Elizabeth Jones never thought she would travel the world. Then she discovered the Alinker.
Caroline Fernandez shares an excellent tip for preparing children for travelling to a place where they’ll need key words in another language.