Kerry Walker

Travel & food writer, author, photographer, translator. AA Gill Award 2020 finalist

The launch of Undiscovered Wales

I’ve been busy during lockdown working on Undiscovered Wales, providing the inside scoop on Wales’ unsung places and one-of-a-kind people. Give us a like, give us a follow and share the love. Diolch!

Love & legend on Anglesey

Valentine’s Day gets all the hype, but Wales has its very own love fest – St Dwynwen’s Day on 25 January – with roots to a wild, wind-battered island off Anglesey’s south coast. Find out more in my Telegraph Travel piece.

Barry Island’s comeback

Barry Island is once again in the spotlight following the Gavin and Stacey Christmas special. My Telegraph Travel feature talks about how this faded seaside resort has successfully reinvented itself.

Porto like a local

Portugal’s second city is creating quite a stir on the gastronomy front, with chefs putting bold new riffs on local flavours. My feature for National Geographic Traveller.

Discover the other Newport

Newport in Pembrokeshire is like Cornwall without the crowds, with its sleepy coastal vibe and exciting food scene. Here’s my take for Telegraph Travel.

Best in Travel 2020

Need some inspiration on where to go next year? Check out my features on Salzburg, Kochi and Bonn, which made it into the Top 10 Cities in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020.

1000 Dream Trips

I had a blast contributing to the Telegraph’s 1,000 Dream Trips, with features on everything from off-grid hiking in New Zealand to edge-of-the-world exploration in the Arctic and Antarctica.

Innsbruck like a local

For the inside scoop on the ultimate ski-city break, check out my National Geographic Traveller feature on how to see Innsbruck like a local, featuring an interview with pro skier Maarten Meiners.

Vienna’s social calling

My Telegraph article on Vienna’s coolest social start-ups – from walking tours with the homeless to refugee-run hotels and intergenerational cafés.


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