Sophie Benbelaid whisks us away to western Slovakia, to the small village where her grandma lives, to give us a nostalgic look into what summer there is like.
‘I could not imagine my life without Pembs and I am glad that COVID halted my other summer plans because it means I get to go back again this year.’
‘If you would like to read Rebecca, the perfect place for it is in Cornwall.’ In this article, Freddie Hull looks at the novel Rebecca and explores how a place can affect how you read literature.
Jemima Storey walks us through her 84-mile hike of Hadrian’s Wall, the planning it took and the memories it inspired.
In this article, Stella Ktenas talks about her experience with the the mandatory quarantine for international travellers and shares her tips to keep morale up during the time.
When people think of France, their mind immediately jumps to Paris. And who could blame them? Every inch of the capital oozes with romance and possibility; every street sign, terrace, and quartier has the zest of the tricolor flag. One feels plucked out of a Maupassant novel, ambling through the shadows of columned Rue de Read More…
Nina Holguin takes us on a trip to Rome, looking back on her visit to the Galleria Borghese, and what made her fall for the work of Bernini and Caravaggio.
In this eclectic and nostalgic throwback, Ellee Su takes us through the sun-drenched playlist that made up her holiday to Lyon.
Clementine Scott describes the delights of Worcester College and the area around it, especially for the Oxford tourist.
Alice Main explores the rise of virtual tours as a way to indulge nostalgia and get excited for future trips.