As beautiful as the tiny village of Zug may be, it seems an unlikely place to find a gastronomic hotspot, deep in the Austrian Alps.
Traveller's globetrotting backpacker, Ben Groundwater, finds the good, the bad and the ugly in the world’s best destinations. Ben is a columnist, blogger, feature writer, and host of Traveller's podcast Flight of Fancy, who has visited more than 80 countries during his 12 years in the industry. Ben was named travel writer of the year by the Australian Society of Travel Writers in 2014 and 2015.
Knafeh Nabulsieh, the incredibly delicious Palestinian dish, isn't a typical dessert.
To enjoy watching the world pass by in your destination, you need to choose the right sort of cafe.
Home of the brave? You bet. You would have to be.
This might, in fact, be France's most famous and ubiquitous dish (in other countries, at least)
This moment, right now, is beautiful and amazing and entirely unique. It will never, ever happen again. So, you'd better enjoy it.
I can't believe many Australian travellers would be mourning the loss of the Australian Digital Passenger Declaration.
Any time I set a timer, or ask to Google something, I feel just for a split second like I'm in Ireland.
Trying to find the best tagine in Morocco is like trying to find the best snowflake in Switzerland.
I have not mastered the art of light packing. I travel with checked luggage. Also I hate washing my clothes.
The perfect European city does not exist. And here it is.
I don't want to ruin the surprise. Let's just say that this is why you pay $350 a person for this wine experience.
Twitter went a little nuts over the fact that people in Sweden, generally, will not offer you dinner when you come to their house.
It must seem counter-intuitive after two years of missed travel opportunities to consider slowing down.
There's a distinct Alice in Wonderland vibe to the unmarked doorway on the fifth floor of the Mooser Hotel.