Stories make the world go ‘round. And here at Unravelog, travel is our world! Below are a host of travel stories narrated and crafted by our tellers of travel tales. Our stories are here to take you on a journey, away from the mundane to lands both known and unknown. From quirky and unique to downright weird and bat shit crazy, Unravelog’s stories are the best cure for your travel blues- so grab yourself a cuppa and let’s get going!
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The animated exchange of goods and gossip provide a free, front-seat view of the local culture of a city. And in Istanbul, a hearty slice of local life thrives in its many markets.
It’s bold enough for a Branson, cocky enough for a King Khan, audacious enough for any Armani, mesmerising enough for a Madonna…and it’s where you can call out to life and say: “Hey, Dubai, supersize me!”
When in Edinburgh, among the most local things you can do is to book yourself a mind-bending hour, locked up in Edinburgh’s Escape Rooms.
No matter how many times you’ve seen it, the sight of the 5th century Parthenon, imperiously rising out of the surrounding chaos of today’s heartless construction, always takes your breath away. And yet, we urge you to go beyond the many antiquated wonders and connect with an Athens that is feisty and full of tucked-away surprises.
Russia is famous for its magnificent palaces and estates where, in the past, the Tzars and nobility led their lives with great luxury and privilege.
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Delhi, the famed capital of India, is sometimes thought of as too loud and brash to be beautiful. But this ancient cosmopolitan city is also a history buff’s delight.
Lake Como is that upside-down, Y-shaped piece of heaven called Lake Como, where dolce vita is truly celebrated.