Top 10 U.K. Journalists in Travel & Tourism
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United Kingdom journalists in the Travel & Tourism space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as July 2021
1. Simon Calder
Location: London, safely and responsibly
3. Nigel Thompson
Bio: Travel Editor, Reach newspapers: Express, Mirror, People, Star. Prefers an aisle seat. Allergic to travel surveys & follow up phone calls (opinion caveat here)
Location: Canary Wharf, London, UK
4. Lisa Minot
Bio: Travel Editor of The Sun – UK’s biggest daily national paper – and quite nice, too…
Location: ÜT: 51.511165,-0.061842
5. Amanda Statham
Bio:Travel Editor Cosmopolitan & Women’s Health magazines; globetrotter for books & freelance work
Location: On a beach
7. Ben Ross
Bio: Deputy Head of Travel, Telegraph Media Group. Editing, commissioning, managing, writing… tweeting. Not necessarily in that order.
Location: London, England
8. Rosie Nixon
Bio: Editor-in-Chief of HELLO! & HELLO! Fashion Monthly, mum, palm tree enthusiast. Novels: The Stylist and Amber Green Takes Manhattan. Instagram @rosiejnixon ✨
9. Sue Bryant
Bio: Cruise editor, The Times & The Sunday Times, freelance writer, ship anorak. Views my own.
10. Nick Trend
Bio: Commissioning editor and deputy head of Telegraph travel
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