A Long Weekend in Athens: A first-timer’s itinerary

We spent three days and three nights exploring Athens, the buzzing capital of Greece. One of the world’s oldest cities, Athens is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the excitement of modern Athens, whilst still connecting with its epic past.

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Five of Wales’ Best Bluebell Woods

The sight of bluebells carpeting a woodland floor is one of my favourite things about spring – but Coed Cadw (the Woodland Trust in Wales), has warned that it may become increasingly rare, thanks to the impact of human activity.

Visitors to Wales’ woodlands can play an active part in protecting these precious flowers for future generations, by following a few simple guidelines. 

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Review: London’s greenest budget hotel, The Corner London City

If you’re looking for a great budget hotel in central London, I’ve found a real gem for you. It’s cheap, quirky, and well-located – but it’s the hotel’s green credentials which really set this forward-thinking business apart.

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Almost Wild Camping: A Stay at Digs in the Wig, Pembrokeshire

If you’re toying with the idea of trying ‘wild camping’ in the new year – but you’d still like to have some creature comforts available if you need them – I reckon you’d love a bit of Digs in the Wig.

This eco-friendly, luxury campsite is set in 25 acres of ancient Welsh woodland, and it’s all within easy reach of stunning beaches and national parks.

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