Travel Writing

Patrick Galbraith’s debut offers a quirkily enjoyable journey through a netherworldly Britain

Civilisations always rise and fall — ours is no exception

A travel editor gives up planes… for a year

An epic bike ride from London to Tehran sheds light on links between the East and West

Going mano e mano with the malady of Montevideo

Old Europe lives on in the new world

Perhaps a little less introspection will see a renaissance of the troubled genre

Thubron shows an unyielding willingness to listen to those he meets and attempt to understand their worlds

Is Europe losing its interesting edges as temperatures climb year by year?

Why is travel writing so unfashionable and even regarded by some as simply “wrong”?