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[:en]Welcome to Quest! Quest Magazine started out as a property, travel and lifestyle magazine however, as we’ve evolved over the last 19 years, so has our content! We’re the ultimate destination for encouraging our readers to explore, live fearlessly, embrace everyday adventure and master the art of fine living through inspirational stories and all the resources you could ever need showing you how to live your best life!


Diversity is at the heart of what we do. Quest is the destination that brings everyone together, no matter who you are or where you’re from.


The Story of Quest Magazine

Quest Magazine was established in 2005. The magazine was available online, as well as in print in the UK, available nationwide in WHSmiths, as well as via mail order. If you’ve ever attended a property, lifestyle or travel exhibition across the UK back in those days then you’ve probably seen us stood at our stand next to the likes of Conde Nast Travel, A Place in the Sun and other top travel and property companies.

Combining our 19 years of experience in media, publishing, travel and style, we’ve rebranded the company into a successful media company, with a print and digital magazine and regular events held by us all around the world. Our goal is to inspire better living by encouraging readers to spend less time online and more time exploring, creating and living positive lives.


We’re passionate about getting people out into the world and doing amazing things, encouraging readers to use the online world to live better offline, as well as encouraging our community to get back on to their high streets and support local businesses wherever they are in the world. I hope you will enjoy following us on this adventure to encourage you to get the most from your life and to pursue your dreams, while also making the world feel like a smaller, friendlier place! We have the best editors and experts onboard to provide you with helpful resources and advice to make your next travel, property or lifestyle decision much easier and achievable. Most importantly, our stories are here to inspire yours.


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