Maybe I was mad? I don’t like heights but somehow I was excited by the idea of tandem paragliding. I’m not a strong swimmer but the pictures of white-water rafting depicting such fantastic fun on people’s faces really drew me. And as for mountain biking… well, let’s just say I’m sturdier on two legs than
This week Inghams won the first ever Silver-i Award at the prestigious Silver Travel Awards ceremony held at the National Portrait Gallery in London. The Silver-i Award recognises a travel company that has excelled at delivering an idea, innovation or initiative to mature travellers. Inghams was recognised for their outstanding work promoting e-biking with their
As us Inghams reps here in Malcesine are all food lovers, we have been working very hard (and eating lots!) to put together a list of our favourite restaurants. Explore the enchanting cobbled streets and discover the delicious Italian cuisine of Malcesine… Marinaio Located in the beautiful setting of the Porto Vecchio (old port), this
Where could we go as a small family of three this summer that was more rewarding than sand and sea? Where would give us city-dwellers and commuters much-needed replenishment and lungfuls of pure, fresh air? Oh, and where would we lose the big summer crowds? And so we found ourselves drawn to the Swiss Alps.
Wengen is located in one of the most beautiful places on the planet. It perches high above the Lauterbrunnen valley, where mighty cliff faces plunge vertically for hundreds of meters. Waterfalls free fall from hanging valleys into the lush pastures below. It was no surprise when I heard the area inspired JRR Tolkien’s middle earth
Mayrhofen is a resort packed with activities and places of interest, so much so you might just miss a few. There are many hidden gems that could be easily overlooked without some insider knowledge. Having spent my summer here these are my top five suggestions for things to see and do whilst on holiday in
Try as we may to hide from it, the signs are becoming obviously clear. The days are growing shorter, there’s a certain crispness to the air and the lush green that we’ve grown accustomed to is slowly turning to a brilliant rust orange. Autumn is arriving and close behind will be the start of winter.
On 26th August, Zermatt in Switzerland hosted its annual Ultraks Mountain Race, a gruelling run of either 19.5km, 30km, or 49km around the mountains and valleys. A challenge which was happily taken up by two brave Inghams Lakes and Mountains guests Judith and Michael Oakley, who travelled to Zermatt in order to take part in