After a year of the pandemic, how might we change our travel and tourism habits going forward? Is this even possible in the face of gentrification?
Architect Łukasz Galusek takes us on a tour through the towns, landscapes and architecture of Central Europe, where history and memory is ever-present.
Georgia is full of wild mountains and generous hospitality, according to a snowboarder who now calls the Caucasian country home.
In spite of its unforgiving weather and lack of forests, more and more tourists are discovering that a trip to Iceland is the perfect detox.
In testing times, perhaps the best remedy is to simply hit the road and drive into the unknown...
Looking out from the shore of Italy, across the Mediterranean Sea, a writer reflects on how in a short space of time, so much has changed.
As travel has become more accessible, it has also become more trivialized; an act of event tourism. Will the pandemic change this?
Our reporter experiences a stifling dilemma...
At the confluence of three rivers in the Bay of Bengal, the Sundarbans mangrove forest grows. A beautiful place, yet with rising tides and Bengal tigers, life here is unstable.
According to Icelandic legends, the world started with a frozen cow. From its udders came the four rivers that nourished the world. An Icelandic writer reflects on the glaciers of his homeland.
The Mediterranean Sea is a crossroads of the dispossessed, a place that bears witness to both watery deaths and renewed lives. Jarosław Mikołajewski reflects on its timelessness, and what it might reveal about humanity.