Tag: Travel Inspiration

Italy and Croatia
With the Kids

We had travelled to Italy and Croatia with the kids before, but my husband, who is Croatian-Canadian, never gets tired of either country. more…

Corsica: A World of Her Own

The Greeks called her Kalliste, The Beautiful, and a few thousand years on, she continues to ravish. more…

At Le Sirenuse, It’s
All in the Family

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Fleeing Naples to avoid the bombing during the Second World War, the Sersale family took refuge in its summerhouse in Positano, perched above Italy’s Amalfi Coast. more…

In Killary Harbour,
History and Beauty

Ringed by mountains and often spotted with dolphins following the salmon migrations, Killary Harbour forms a natural border between counties Galway and Mayo. more…

In Ireland, an Ancestral Adventure

This notion of returning to my Irish roots has been in my head since I plucked my first four-leaf clover at the age of five. more…

The allure of New Zealand

There are a multitude of reasons people are drawn to New Zealand. Off the top of our head we could rattle off 793 reasons to visit. more…

A traveller’s tale of Argentina

When Jennifer Alterman offered us this account of her biking adventure in Argentina, we felt there’s no better way to convey what a breakthrough trip this was for her than to simply print her personal account. more…

Silk Road Biking

China’s Silk Road offers a window into the past, both recent and ancient. But how do you find, let alone follow, a route that’s more metaphysical than tangible? more…

Slowing down in Vietnam

While the buzz and bustle of everyday Vietnam may compel you to move at a hasty pace, our Vietnam Walking trip is designed to slow things down. more…

Get to Know the
Amalfi Coast

As rich in cuisine as it is in breathtaking views, the Amalfi Coast has more to offer than amazing hiking trails (though those are pretty great). These are a few of our favourite features. more…

Villa Tiboldi in Piemonte

It is a rare treat to feel so at home while on the road, but we’ve grown quite accustomed to the comforts of Villa Tiboldi, a stylish and exclusive retreat tucked away in Piemonte. more…

An Insider’s Itinerary

When we posed the question to B&R’s top travel experts of what’s next for them, these where their fascinating responses. more…

Colourful Kerala

Butterfield & Robinson welcomes you to Kerala; a secret slice of heaven right here on Earth. more…

Backstage Pass to Bordeaux & the Dordogne Valley

The riding is smooth, the landscape stunning, the local culture alluring, the feasts incredible, and then there’s the wine. more…

Go West, Young Man
(and bring the family)

Coming up with activities that engage and interest multiple generations makes family vacation planning both challenging more…

Iceland Heats Up

Take the familiar adage that “geography is character”. Now magnify it multiple times. Squeeze it into a modestly sized island teeming with character and tuck it up there in around the attic of the world. Welcome to Iceland. more…

En Route from Prague to Vienna: A Day in the Life

Take a day—any day—on a B&R trip and you’ll experience a day like no other. That’s because wherever you find us exploring the world, you can be sure that our daily adventures offer a unique glimpse of the land. more…

Amore on the Amalfi Coast

Over a Michelin-starred dinner during a B&R trip to the Dolomites, Kate MacNamara recounted how there had been no better surprise than meeting the perfect travel companion on her very first B&R trip. more…

Remarkable Rwanda

When B&R asked me to put together a unique African experience in Rwanda for a trip, they didn’t need to ask twice: I’ve long believed this extraordinary country—far removed from its politically tumultuous history—will be the new, hot destination in Africa. more…


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