Selecting the Wanderguides of the month for August was so hard! We ended up choosing five Wanderguides for August and they are all very different.
It actually surprised us to see so much diversity in the Wanderguides that have been created over the past months. We’re so thrilled to witness all this creativity, both in terms of destinations, content and representation.
So here are the Wanderguides of the month:
This is a pretty extensive guide about Oslo, the capital of Norway. Marlou recommends cafés, restaurants, clubs, natural attractions and even the best shops to buy souvenirs. If you’re headed to Oslo, this is probably the only travel guide you’re going to need.
Thank you Marlou!
Have you ever heard of Superstition Mountains? It’s a beautiful mountain range just east of Phoenix, Arizona.
Michelle Cassella’s Wandeguide about the Superstition Mountains is just great. She recommends fun things to do, where to eat, where to play golf and where to stay. She also recommends a plethora of 55+ communities & mobile home parks, which I believe is super handy for many people. Check out this guide if you want to experience the best things the Superstition mountain range has to offer.
The Puglia region (the “heel” of the boot that is Italy) is perhaps the most underrated area in Italy. It has so many things to offer – such as pristine beaches, sunny weather and delicious food – but yet it is still not quite on the tourist radar.
In this guide, you’ll find recommendations on restaurants, things to do, where to stay and more.
This Wanderguide will certainly come in handy for wheelchair users visiting York, UK. Pippa Stacey recommends wheelchair accessible attractions in the York city centre as well as some great wheelchair accessible restaurants and cafés.
Have you ever walked into a bookshop just to browse for a few minutes, and then all of a sudden an hour has passed and you walk out of the store with bags full of books? If you have, you’re probably going to love Julia’s superb Wanderguide on gorgeous bookstores in London.
Just make sure you don’t exceed your baggage allowance for the flight home!
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