Katherine is a trainee journalist currently studying English Literature at the University of Warwick. When not chained to a desk slaving over her next essay, she’s seeking out the culture and beauty of wherever she is, whether it’s the architecture of Barcelona, the history of Germany or traversing the landscape of her Welsh homeland.
She’s usually at her happiest when experiencing the culinary culture. Pizza from a back street stand in Florence, Kaiserschmarrn on the slopes of Austria and anything that comes from a Moroccan tagine are just a few personal favourites she would highly recommend. Katherine wants to try everything that can be tried, and see everything that can be seen – it’s what comes from being a compulsive list-maker.
After having travelled the east coast of Australia, completed a road trip across America and lived and studied in Berlin for a year, she’s seeking her next adventure to experience and then, of course, write about for Wanderlust.
How does one survive in Germany without meat? In fact, it's not as hard as some may lead you to believe, says Katherine Price, and you won't have to live off sauerkrautRead more
Katherine Price shares what she wished she'd known about Germany's capital city before moving there for a yearRead more
Katherine Price shares her tips on what you should know before visiting Germany – including accidental law-breaking and forgetting your preconceptionsRead more
Travelling to the Brecon Beacons has never been easier: now you can get there by train and bus, in just a few hours from London. Here's how to get the most out of a mini-break...Read more
A fascinating city still bearing the remnants of Prussian decadence, two World Wars and a divided past, Berlin is impossible to cover in one weekend – but it's certainly fun tryingRead more
You don't need to drop the dollars to enjoy yourself in The Golden Gate City, says Katherine PriceRead more
The UK may not have any active volcanoes anymore, but the landscapes they once sculpted are still a sight to behold. You might even find that you've already visited one or two of the peaks...Read more
The super-friendly Wisconsin capital is well geared towards cheap living and entertainment. Katherine Price reveals how to see the city without breaking the bankRead more
Katherine Price looks at the visas available to help you fund your travels around the US, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and IndiaRead more
Seattle's bohemian nature lends itself to those looking to do something out of the ordinary on the cheap, writes Katherine PriceRead more
Award-winning Sunday dinners, underground tunnels and real ales – Katherine Price looks at the best of the capital's British pubsRead more
Temporary set-ups are appearing all over London this summer – Katherine Price takes a look some of the temporary attractions to make the most of nowRead more
Not much beats sitting in a warm, traditional German pub with a half-litre of beer: we pick Berlin’s best establishments that even the locals loveRead more
Anyone who has visited Berlin will have seen the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Unter den Linden. That’s all well and fine, but how about having some more original Berlin experiences?Read more
Why not venture into the depths of Wales? Your next adventure could be right on your doorstep, says Katherine PriceRead more
Camping is more popular than it's ever been, but so many campsites can be bland, touristy and soulless. So we've uncovered the best back-to-basics, secret sites in WalesRead more
German food gets a bad reputation – but it's not all stodgy slabs of meat and sausage. Berlin's culinary scene has so much more to offer if you know where to lookRead more
Vienna isn’t exactly known for being a budget-friendly city, but those in the know can access the city’s beauty and fascinating history without spending a Euro – here's how...Read more
Budapest’s 'ruin bars' – quirky pubs and clubs that have taken over the city's abandoned spaces – shouldn't be missed. Here are four of the best to start you off...Read more
Which jobs can help you travel the world, while you're already on the road? We examine some of the most popular jobs travellers take abroad, including WWOOFing, teaching and more...Read more
The city of Bath is one of the UK's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Celebrate and explore Somerset's historic gem with these top 10 things to do for free...Read more
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