Keri Jones visits Stockholm – home of two highly popular but very different museums…
Keri Jones visits the capital of Switzerland, Bern. The city is named after bears and, as Keri discovers, you’ll see plenty of them. You can also view live bears for free! Bern’s mostpopular free attraction is the incredible clock tower that offers spectators a mechanical show involving a lion, rooster and jester. Keri climbs the tower, as visitors can on a tour. If you’re a keen swimmer, you might enjoy Bern’s favourite and free summer activity.
A mix of features, on-location reports, reviews and expert interviews to inspire curious and interested travellers. This week, Keri Jones visits Molokai, Hawaii. Islanders welcome visitors but they’re proud that their home is off the mass tourism trail. Keri goes to look at the world’s highest seacliffs and he tours an out-of-bounds area of this island paradise with a guide, who explains its sad history.
Keri Jones visits Baden Baden in Germany’s Black Forest area. The Romans settled here after discovering the town’s thermal waters. In the 19th century, aristocrats from all over Europe travelled to this well-heeled town’s baths and Baden Baden became Europe’s … Continued
This week Keri reports from Madeira. He visits Europe’s highest seacliffs, discovers the unorthodox way you can get down the mountain and Keri finds out about the island’s unique and very scenic walking routes. Plus – Question of the Week: Do you need to pay for airline seats so your kids are together – or can you demand it for free?
This week, Keri Jones reports from beautiful Salzburg, “the stage of the world”. The Austrian city is filled with music. It’s birthplace of Mozart and was setting for The Sound Of Music. Keri goes on a Sound Of Music tour, gets drenched by ‘trick fountains’ and visits a castle featured in The Man In The High Castle and Where Eagles Dare.