This Cuba guide covers the fascinations & frustrations of travel to Cuba – a Caribbean island that’s beautiful on the surface, yet Communist archaic beneath. Here’s how to navigate this unique destination.
Intrigued by misunderstood destinations? Whether post-conflict or a country that's difficult to traverse, the most challenging places to travel are usually the most interesting.
These guides will change your perceptions, overturn media bias and make you think differently about what travel can teach us.
Here’s what to do in Hiroshima – a thriving modern metropolis that doesn’t forget its history as the first city destroyed by a nuclear bomb.
Many travel to Iran to discover Persia, unaware of the limitations of visiting this Islamic Republic. This Iran travel guide shows you how.
Constant tensions in the Middle East fully occupy the media of the world, which consequently sees tourist numbers to Israel and the West Bank decline. So I ask people of both sides, is it still safe to visit?
Over 18 years ago, ethnic conflicts were still tearing apart a region of Europe that was formally Yugoslavia. This Serbia travel guide shows you how to see a country in revival, to see how its centuries-old past is far more than its modern history.
When travelling from Belfast to Derry on the Coastal Causeway Route, the things to do in Northern Ireland will soon overturn its reputation of past conflict as it continues to heal from its past.
To visit the DMZ from North Korea is tense and from South Korea it’s whimsical. What is it like to tour the DMZ and JSA and witness the world’s most heavily armed border?
Berlin underground tours are an alternative way to view the city’s history via war bunker tours and escape tunnels in disused metro stations.
From the City of Nazi Party Rally Grounds to the City of Peace and Human Rights, what can we learn from the history of Nuremberg on a visit? And what is the city’s obligation to its past?