Rupert Parker gets a taste of the mountains at the Toquisimes Food Festival
Rupert Parker gets up close with the fish in Boulogne in one of Europe’s largest aquariums.
Rupert Parker is feeling very biblical as he takes a guided tour across the treacherous Somme estuary at low tide.
Rupert Parker hikes 50km between these two iconic ferry ports, with the white cliffs of Dover his constant companion on the other side of the channel.
The Occitanie region in the South of France is full of archaeological wonders and holds the secret of denim. Beverley Watts visits the area around Nîmes and is transported back through time
I am about to tackle the world’s largest annual sporting event in which two hundred cyclists race over 2,000 miles in just 23 days in a daunting test of super-tough mountain climbing strength and thrilling fast stages on the flat.
I have, in the past, been in love with more than one woman at the same time. It led to tears and heartache, but, looking back with the wisdom of hindsight, I wouldn’t have done anything differently.
TripReporter’s regular testing family, Carole and Jason and their young boys Evan and Andy went on an exciting road trip with their VW campervan through ten countries, 2,920 miles and nine campsites.
Brittany’s northern coast offers up some quite astonishing natural drama. But journey past Dinard and the enchanting half-timbered houses and ramparts of Dinan, and another astonishing natural wonder awaits; the marvel that is the Pink Granite Coast.
Most people hurtle through Pas de Calais on their way South but it’s an easy hop across the channel, particularly if you use Eurostar.