Girona, in the Catalonia region of Spain, is a cyclist’s paradise, and also a place for mushroom hunters and an easy mix of Arab and Jewish influences.
Rough mountainous terrain of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands anpart of Spain, for hiking and exploring. A guide to local outdoor sports to enjoy in Tenerife
Bloomsday, celebrating the life of James Joyce, is a big event in Dublin every year. A first-hand account of this year’s Bloomsday celebration in Ireland.
There is plenty of “good” begging to be explored in this sprawling city, Europe’s largest with around 13 million people. Just don’t expect friendly people.
Edinburgh’s huge and legendary Fringe Festival is celebrating its 70th year, with more than 9000 performances on 50 stages, joined by other free festivals.
A visit to the windswept Dingle peninsula, where memories of the terrible potato famine that ended so many lives and sent so many immigrants to the US.
Visitors of all ages transport themselves back more than a thousand years in time and learn firsthand what how to live as a Viking in Gudvangen Norway.
Being located so close to the coast and mountain ranges, Valencia has been recognized as a very scenic and alluring city with many tourist attractions.