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This week James and Lucy head to Boston with Massachusetts-born travel writer Jared Ranahan. Think of Boston and you might think of Harvard University, Revolutionary history or even its recent feature in HBO’s The Last of Us. You might not think of whale watching, Colombian food and one of the biggest Greek wine selections in the country. In this episode, Jared takes us beyond the well-trodden tourist trail, to the experimental breweries, quirky museums and foodie hotspots that make Boston one of the most exciting places to visit in the US. Tune in for taxidermy, history’s most valuable art heist and St Patrick’s Day antics. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Vancouver and British Columbia
This week we’re heading to one of Canada's most strikingly beautiful provinces: British Columbia. Vancouver-based photographer, travel blogger and outdoors enthusiast Steph Reynolds takes us on a tour of this incredibly diverse region, from awe-inspiring mountain ranges to sandy beaches, iconic ski resorts to idyllic wine country. Tune in for dramatic landscapes, coastal drives and close encounters with grizzly bears… Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week we’re heading to “the land of the long white cloud” with travel writer Viktoria De Dominicis. After travelling the world, Chicago-born Viktoria moved to New Zealand seven years ago and now spends her times exploring the country with her husband and two children.Viktoria takes us through New Zealand's diverse landscapes, including sleeping volcanoes, seething geysers and remote fiords. Tune in to discover plenty of material for your bucket list, including hikes to otherworldly viewpoints, skydiving over the Remarkables and a beach where you can dig your own heated pool… Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
All aboard for this week’s episode: we’re off to Norway with train driving sisters Gudrun and Halldis Folkedal, aka the Locomotwins! A typical route takes the so-called Queens of the Railway from the dramatic coastline of western Norway through the spectacular fjords and soaring mountains that characterise this beautiful country.When they're not driving trains, Gudrun and Halldis are out exploring Norway's natural majesty – afterall, adventures awaits whatever the season. Tune in to discover islands where you can feel blissully alone, the best times to catch seasonal highlights like the midnight sun and the Northern Lights, plus tips on how to travel with a green ethos! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wild Great Britain
In today’s episode James and Lucy are exploring the exceptionally rich wild side of Great Britain with wildlife biologist, filmmaker and TV presenter Lizzie Daly. Though a small island, Great Britain offers incredible opportunities to encounter diverse fauna thanks to its varied geography and distinct seasons. But with so much to see, where do you begin?From spotting charming puffins on Skomer Island and illusive orca off the coast of the far-flung Shetlands, to seeing the stunning starling murmurations in Somerset and the feral mountain goats taking over a town in Snowdonia, Lizzie shares the very best places for wild adventures across Great Britain. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Excited for the next adventure? Where to Go, produced by the team behind the award-winning DK Eyewitness travel guides,is here to help. Each fortnight, hosts James and Lucy talk to local experts about the destination they have chosen to call their home, exploring their personal connection to the place, what makes it so special and the best things to see and do. And from time to time, they’ll be talking to some very special guests about their favourite places to go, alongside some quickfire travel questions. Where to Go is also supported by our colleagues from DK Travel in Germany (Vis-à-Vis, Top 10 and more).