WHAT’S THE HURRY?

Good Housekeeping (UK) - - Contents -

Slow travel is gath­er­ing speed. To com­pen­sate for our of­ten hec­tic, stress­ful lives, we are be­gin­ning to seek out hol­i­days where we can ease back on the throt­tle. Maybe we should choose to travel by train rather than plane, or by foot rather than car. Per­haps the fo­cus is on a small re­gion where we can feel a sense of place rather than tack­ling fre­netic If It’s Tues­day, This Must Be Bel­gium sched­ules. We want to take time, to smell the roses, the lavender and the frangi­pani. So this month, fol­low travel edi­tor David Wick­ers as he de­parts the fast lane for some­thing a lit­tle more leisurely, then join him for GH’S an­nual round-up of inspirational hol­i­day ideas from across the globe.

A slower pace and ma­jes­tic moun­tains can be found in Geiranger, Nor­way

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