Exploring cultures and communities – the slow way

Ok, hidden europe has yet to make a splash in the global media. But we certainly made it into the Fiji Times in December 2005 when one of Nicky's reports for an aviation news agency was republished. "Nauru and Kiribati lose all their air services" went the headline... and we felt extremely honoured that this quirky piece of aviation news made it even into the Kiribati Newsroom pages of Event Polynesia. That was nothing to do with Europe, of course, so we were even more chuffed when our article on Armenians at home and abroad (in hidden europe 7) was translated into Armenian and republished in Lalish monthly — not to mention the Vologda Oblast in Russia that asked us if they could have a copy of our article on Father Frost (hidden europe 5) on display on their website. Thanks again Olga!

So here's what some folk say about hidden europe...

The Independent

Simon Calder: splendid magazine

  • 1 Aug 2010
In his article "Has Europe's rail revolution hit the buffers?" Simon Calder refers to the "summer edition of the splendid hidden europe magazine" to illustrate the scale of rail service ...
UK Web Archive

Hidden europe website preservation

  • 18 Mar 2009
The website of hidden europe has been selected for preservation by the British Library. The site was added to the national UK web archive on 29 September 2008. Needless to say that we at hidden europe magazine are dead ...
The Travel Writer's Life

Featured publication: hidden europe magazine

  • 18 Mar 2009
hidden europe has been featured on a travel writing website called The Travel Writer's Life. To quote: 'It's clear that the stories in the magazine, of forgotten places, unusual customs, and other European eccentricities, are far from the ...
Spendthrift Shoestring

Travel media roundup: my favourite publication

  • 18 Mar 2009
Alex Robertson Textor praises the merits of hidden europe on his blog: 'My very favorite publication under the enormous umbrella of European travel is hidden europe, a mesmerizing chronicle of the continent's forgotten corners and terrains. The ...

A joy to read

  • 10 Mar 2009
Out of Berlin comes a travel magazine, Hidden Europe, devoted to the people and places that make Europe special. It covers the out of the way places in Europe that other magazines seldom reach. Thoughtful, insightful and a joy to ...

First class writing

  • 30 Jan 2009
There is a intriguing English language magazine - Hidden Europe - published out of Berlin, dedicated to finding and telling the hidden stories of Europe's hidden places. Its first class ...
prize for hidden europe article

Editor Nicky Gardner is awarded a prize from BGTW

  • 12 Nov 2008
hidden europe editor Nicky Gardner won a prize for the best short article on a European destination published in 2007/2008 awarded by the BGTW - the British Guild of Travel Writers. The winning article appeared in hidden europe 20 (May 2008) and ...

Exceptional treasure: hidden europe

  • 8 Jun 2008
I love to read about hidden gems, out of the way places. That, to me, is part of the joy of travel, discovering the less travelled places. I have been one of the few gaijin seen in some very rural parts of Japan. I've wandered into places in ...
The Good Holiday Cottage Guide

Hidden europe magazine: a real find

  • 8 Jun 2008
The best thing we've come across in our travels this year is not a holiday cottage but a magazine. Published in Berlin and available mainly on subscription (though individual copies are available), hidden europe is a rare gem. it is not hidebound ...

Tourismword about hidden europe magazine

  • 1 Apr 2008
Hidden Europe magazine is a print-on-paper bi-monthly, backed up by a regular electronic newsletter and website: hiddeneurope.eu. Evidently aimed at those who have had their fill of the regular tourist sights, and want to get off the beaten track, ...