The latest from Walk Slow Run Wild
Iceland is unlike any other country where you can really feel, and witness, the powerful force of nature at work. Raw volcanic landscapes, dramatic topography, and neverending waterfalls await.
Stockholm’s 110km long subway network features over 90 metro stations filled with amazing artworks. Regarded as the world’s longest art gallery, we list our top 5 subway stops with an easy to follow tour map.
If you only have a short time in London then we have the perfect three-day itinerary for your visit. Filled with iconic landmarks and top attractions all connected with a world-class public transport system, London is the perfect city to spend 72-hours exploring.
If you are after the best free view of London that the city has to offer, then look no further than the Sky Garden. Offering stunning panoramas from the top of the “Walkie Talkie”, advance bookings are free but essential.
The Columbia Road Flower Market is a feast for the senses and our favourite of all London’s markets. We’ve got all the hot tips including important brunch, opening time, parking and tube details.
Iceland is one of the best places in the world to see the incredible Northern Lights. But when is the best time to view the Aurora Borealis in Iceland? And how do you actually see the Northern Lights?
The Stockholm Archipelago consists of around 30,000 islands, so where do you start with so much choice? This area is simply stunning and there are so many islands to choose from, many of which have summer accommodation to prolong your island experience.
For having nothing planned when we arrived in Sweden we were surprised at how much we managed to see and do in our 10 days around Stockholm. It is such an easy-going city with so much to do, but also extremely efficient and pragmatic which makes it an ideal impromptu destination.
Driving is the best and only way to see the most beautiful corners of Scotland. It’s wild, rugged beauty left us in awe every day of our two-week road trip through the Scottish Highlands.
Driving into Glencoe late in the afternoon with a storm rolling in was one of the most awe-inspiring moments of our journey so far.