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A lot can happen in 6,000 years. You'll see a long stretch of history -- and grab a few pints -- on this ancient highway. By Ben Lerwill, for CNN Read more

 

 

If you haven’t been on a walking holiday before and are booking it all yourself, follow our handy tips to get you heading in the right direction. Read more

 

 

 

"We’ve all heard of the Countryside Code and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, which give a set of rules for anyone using the countryside, to safeguard it for everyone. However, what are the real rules of walking? All those little things everyone should do?

We asked our...

"While Londoners often take the River Thames for granted, many visitors only see it from the Southbank, a boat tour and then from the plane window on their way out of the city again. And yet the mighty waterway is 346km, and today boasts hundreds of attractions on its...

Take a world-famous river, preferably one with oodles of history. Mix in a long-abandoned towpath, a patchwork of meadows, farmers' fields, bridle paths, muddy tracks, woodland trails, and occasional trafficked tarmacadam. Stir in a medley of lonely farms, pubs, B&Bs,...

"Packing small is essential for any globe-trotter committed to embracing the chaos of travel. With a small pack, you can chase down your Japanese train as it unapologetically departs on time. You can squeeze in to (or on top of) the only bus to the next village in Indi...

"Walking outside is the perfect activity, because it is great for both your physical and mental health. Whether you hike up a steep, rocky mountain or walk along a smooth path, you can experience plenty of health benefits from walking a few miles a day outside." Read m...

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