Castles, Churches and Cheeses in Switzerland

A blog post for the Council of Europe, August 2020
"It’s easy to characterise Switzerland as a land of chocolate-box villages, snow-dusted peaks and chic mountain towns, but doing so overlooks the country’s complex culture and history..."

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

A blog post for Travelsphere, July 2020
"It's 50 years since the sixth Bond movie was released, and it remains my favourite. So when I got the chance to visit the set of the movie, perched high up in the Swiss Alps, I was thrilled..."

Once Upon A Time: Fairytale European Palaces

An article for Travelsphere World Magazine, January 2020
"Nestled in dense forest in Transylvania, the story of Bran Castle is worthy of a tale as famous as the one that draws people here. Bram Stoker's Dracula was inspired by Vlad the Impaler..."

Switzerland: 14-Day Language Tour

A travel itinerary for Educational Journeys, December 2019
"Nestled on the shores of Lake Geneva, Montreux attracts artists and writers inspired by the beauty of the lake, vineyards and mountains. It's the perfect base for improving our French..."

European and Worldwide Brochure 2020

Catalogue content and itineraries for Travelsphere, November 2019
"Round off your holiday with an included excursion to 'The Sound of Music' mecca Salzburg, one of Europe's best preserved historic cities, and hardly changed since the days of Mozart..."

Eight Fantastic Funiculars Around the World

A slideshow blog post for From the Grapevine, December 2016
"Hilly Pittsburgh boasts two funiculars: the Monongahela and Duquesne inclines. Both dating back to the late 19th century, they trundle up the dauntingly steep Mount Washington slope..."

Geneva To Lyon Cycle Tour

A cycling tour itinerary for Cyclomundo, March 2016
"Lush green vineyards nestled into rolling hills; secretive Alpine forests skirting the banks of crystal clear lakes; and traditional French villages with the scent of local cheese and wine..."

St Moritz: Switzerland’s Winter Wonderland

An article for Private Air Magazine, November 2013
"It all began with a wager. In September 1864, the St Moritz hotelier Johannes Badrutt bet four guests that if they returned to the town in winter, they'd enjoy it even more than in summer..."

Zermatt: A Deluxe Swiss Investment

An article for Private Air Magazine, July 2013
“Skiing in winter, hiking in spring, mountain biking in summer and mushroom-picking in fall – the list of opportunities is endless at this luxury chalet set in the side of a Swiss mountain...”

The Human Touch: A Geneva Exhibition

An article for Private Air Magazine, July 2013
“Museums typically chart the past; rarely do they linger on human emotion, or offer messages of future optimism. Yet this is exactly what Geneva's Humanitarian Adventure sets out to do..."

The Circle: A New Form of Airport Architecture

An article for Private Air Magazine, January 2013
"Architect Riken Yamamoto believes airports should not merely be transport hubs, but multi-purpose centers for the world to share. And he's showing the way with The Circle in Zurich..."