Travel Articles

Since going freelance early in 2009, I have had features articles published in Ryanair Magazine, Easyjet Magazine, Jetaway, Yeahbaby! and Wizzair Magazine, and have contributed city guides for CNN Traveller, Ryanair, Easyjet and Wizzair Magazine.

You will see links to some of my published articles on the right hand side of this blog, or click here to read Trashion Victims: Recycled Chic in Barcelona, Surfin’ In The City (BCN) and Night Out With The Cats (MAD).

I specialise in urban travel/city breaks and my interests include nightlife, trends, culture, history, gastronomy, art, architecture, literature, music, people, fashion – and anything bizarre/unique about a destination. I also take an interest in the outdoors, sports, nature, wildlife and eco-tourism/agro-tourism, as well as trends within the travel industry at large. At this point I am focusing on travel in Europe, as most of my regular clients are editors of inflight magazines of short-haul airlines.

Currently I have a number of strong proposals on my desk for the following destinations:  (Spain) Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, (Poland) Krakow, Warsaw, Wroclaw, (Croatia) Pula, Split, Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Croatian islands, as well as Kiev, Budapest and Prague. I also have a Krakow article ready for publication: ‘The New Klezmers of Krakow’ about the evolution of Jewish Klezmer music in the city.

Please get in touch with your requirements.

Editorial Feedback

“Duncan this is absolutely excellent… I’m going to laugh all the way to the office. Love it! Can I give up being an editor and be a writer again? Thank you.”
Ramsay Short, Editor of Ryanair Magazine

“BRILLIANT! Absolutely BLOODY BRILLIANT! I loved reading every sentence of your piece.”
Lucille Howe, Editor of Jetaway Magazine

“Great copy Duncan thanks and a fantastic read – perfect anecdotes as well and his is a great story. Let’s get you some more commissions!”
Piers Townley, Editor of Wizzair Magazine

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