Call Inntravel on


Self-guided walking holidays in NorwayIn Denmark, in about 935AD, a son was born to Gorm the Old and his wife Thyra Dannebod. Gorm is widely recognised as the first King of Denmark, which makes the Danish monarchy (along with that of England) the oldest in Europe. Read the full post
Posted: 20/02/2015 10:10:15 by | with 0 comments

Privately guided walking holidays in MoroccoIt is 50 years since Winston Churchill’s state funeral took place through the bitterly cold streets of London in January 1965. His steadfast, bulldog-like leadership of Britain during the war years is well documented and remains for posterity through the number of iconic speeches he made. What is less well-known is his love for watercolour painting. Read the full post
Posted: 09/02/2015 13:45:26 by | with 1 comments

Walking Week in Spain with Chris StewartTake a drive deep into the rugged mountains of the Sierra Nevada in southern Andalucia, not far from Spain’s highest peak, Mulhacén, and you eventually reach the small whitewashed village of Ferreirola. Quiet and unassuming, it’s the end of the road... Read the full post
Posted: 08/01/2015 15:16:05 by | with 2 comments

Places of interest along the first stage of the Tour de FranceHarewood, Ilkley, Skipton, Hawes, Aysgarth, Middleham, Ripon, Harrogate... You have to hand it to them: the organisers have picked a great route through the Yorkshire Dales for the initial stage of the 2014 Tour de France and it would making a great touring holiday. Read the full post
Posted: 04/06/2014 12:18:54 by Beth Hancock | with 0 comments

Welcome to the innsider, where you will find a wide variety of stories, thoughts, suggestions, insights and tales inspired by the Inntravel team’s travels around Europe and beyond.
> More about the innsider