With whisky tourism at an all-time high, Scotland’s distilleries are banding together to create dram-packed regional itineraries for the curious tourist. Kirsten Amor explores why this community spirit is good news for both the industry and whisky lovers alike.
Read more: https://scotchwhisky.com/magazine/around-the-world/whisky-travel/25984/the-rise-of-the-whisky-trail/
Linked to Krakow by a portion of the Amber Trail Greenway, Tyniec’s limestone cliffs, dense woodland and millennia-old abbey comprise one of Eastern Europe’s most overlooked villages.
Read full piece: http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20140709-forgotten-landscapes-outside-krakow
It’s hard to imagine that Slovenia’s Soča Valley, a land of aquamarine river rapids and dense emerald forests, was once the site of WWI’s Isonzo Front, where 1.7 million soldiers died.
Read full piece: http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20150112-one-of-wwis-bloodiest-frontlines