On the Luce aims to inspire independent travellers to make the most of their travel time. It combines beautiful photography and travel stories with all the useful details that you need to make the trip a reality. I’ve been travelling for over 25 years so have plenty of tips, stories and photos to share – from the UK, Europe and around the world. I’d describe my travel style as ‘budget-luxe’, meaning I like to make the most of my money but throw in a few luxury touches. Find some of my favourite posts on my Best of page.
Trips featured on On the Luce are based on my own travel experiences. The majority are planned, booked and paid for by me. Where I accept the occasional discount or sponsorship from a tourist board or travel company, these will be clearly marked and I promise I’ll still give you my honest opinion.
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