Posts about ‘Europe Vacation’
Don’t get us wrong, the Eiffel tower is pretty special, but you aren’t exactly breaking new ground with a trip to Paris. Looking for a few new cities to put on your European Bucket list? Here are some of our favorite less visited European cities and why they are worth a visit: Also: Azerbaijan is [read more…]
Two old cities join as one in captivating Budapest.
A fashion mecca, Milan is also noteworthy for its impressive art and excellent food scene.
Spend a few days, or a lifetime, enjoying the head-spinning charms of Germany’s most exciting city.
Croatia is a country that sometimes gets overlooked when planning a summer Europe trip. With its crystal clear waters just as beautiful and blue as the Greek Islands, landmarks dating back to Roman times and a Mediterranean climate that’s the same as neighboring hotspots (but usually at a fraction of the cost), it should really [read more…]
Avoid the crowds and the high prices in Europe’s most popular destinations and opt instead for Estonia, for Medieval old town centers, old-fashioned seaside towns and a modern, cosmopolitan vibe. Estonia, bordered on the north by Finland (across the Gulf of Finland), to the west by Russia, to the south by Latvia, and to the [read more…]
Have your camera ready for these breathtaking vistas and icons from photogenic Lisbon.
Summer of 2016 includes these amazing, must-do events.
A trip to Rome is like a trip through world history. Locals laughingly describe it as a historical lasagna. Places and buildings have been reused, lost and found, ruined and rebuilt. It’s a metropolis unlike the world has ever seen before and definitely worth a visit for an extended weekend or even longer. Here are three [read more…]
Tip your hat to Uncle Sam, and then pack your bags.
Find out where your state travels to disproportionately.
Competition winner Eric Smith’s world travels opened his eyes to others’ struggles.
From mountain tops to skyscrapers, you’ll feel the high at these bars.
The architect left behind many amazing modern wonders.
Travel’s great, I guess, but it can go wrong. Way wrong.
The five-month fest takes place in cities throughout Germany.
Paris is one of the most popular cities on earth, and for some pretty compelling reasons (not least of all the food). Many of its more popular charms are so well-known that they almost seem cliche—and yet it’d be a travesty to come all this way and never sit in a classic boulangerie or cafe on the Left Bank, [read more…]
Cave, castle, haunted woods—you choose your lair.
These destinations offer adventure outside the usual hot spots.
Spain’s colorful fest rings in spring with larger than life paper sculptures and floats.