At World Words, we get asked to work on all kinds of travel content, from eye-catching website copy to inspiring blog posts, in-depth destination guides to detailed travel itineraries. But one of our favourite things to do is write travel feature articles for newspapers and magazines. That’s because it allows us to get creative and descriptive, bringing all our global expertise to the fore and inspiring readers to book adventures to exciting, far-flung lands.
Naturally, we were delighted when Travelsphere, who we’ve previously helped with their catalogue copy, asked us to help produce some features for their Travelsphere World Magazine. The aim was to write articles that were inspiring, exciting and educational, while also linking to tour itineraries that were on offer in their latest brochure.
Over the course of a month, we wrote several articles of varying lengths about destinations all around the world, from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean. Scroll on down to read extracts from three – with links to read more.
(Three other Travelsphere World Magazine articles will follow in another blog post shortly. Watch this space.)
WITH FLAMBOYANT CITIES, LUNAR LANDSCAPES AND PASSIONATE PEOPLE, THESE INCREDIBLE COUNTRIES BEGUILE AND AMAZE WITH THEIR DIVERSITY AND ENERGY.
Chile flies somewhat under the radar compared to its more flamboyant neighbour Argentina. But how can you not love a country whose capital city is towered over by jagged peaks dusted in snow, or where the wilderness is among the most extraordinary on the planet? From the colonial buildings of Santiago, to Viña del Mar beach resort, it was a tantalising taster of what lay ahead…
VENTURE TO THE WILD HEART OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, A LAND OF ABOUNDING NATURAL BEAUTY, VAST NATIONAL PARKS AND CITIES RICH IN GOLD RUSH HISTORY.
Gold runs through the veins of Northern California. Travel to this wild coastal state and it seems as though it glitters everywhere; from the Gold Rush heritage towns to the bronzed branches of some of the largest living organisms on the planet in Yosemite National Park. And if there was a gold medal for the most free-spirited city in the United States, it would undoubtedly hang around the neck of San Francisco…
INDULGE YOUR FAIRYTALE DREAMS AT SOME OF EUROPE’S GRANDEST PALACES AND CASTLES – FROM ANDALUCIA TO VENICE – AND EXPERIENCE THE LIFE OF A ROYAL.
The history of Europe is written not just in the great events of the centuries, but in the walls of the grand buildings of its mighty rulers. The landscape is home to thousands of palaces and castles, the former – and sometimes current – residences of royals, emirs and emperors. Some were built to protect the powerful occupants from attack, while others were summer retreats to show off their impressive wealth…
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