Spain’s Extremadura region is famous for Iberico pork and its peppers. These peppers are slowly smoked to create another delightful Spanish spice: paprika. There’s even a museum devoted to the spice. The author, Jackie Sheckler Finch, shares a recipe for the Spanish dish migas.
Montelago Celtic Festival in Italy’s Apennine Mountains is a combination of a druid gathering, a music fest, and the Highland games–with camping, world music, and lots of beer and fun.
Il Palio is a 95-second horse race around the Piazza del Campo in the historic city’s center. Throngs of cheering locals and visitors make this a breathtaking event, once made famous as the beginning of a James Bond movie.
Just like the country it’s in, Luxembourg’s hiking trails remain relatively unknown and unexplored, which is a real shame as some of those in the Mullerthal Region are truly remarkable.
Lofoten Islands are often described as the most beautiful and dramatic landscapes in all of Norway, famous for the fish caught off its shores and the many outdoor sports and camping in fishermen’s cabins.
The groundbreaking plans for a new Floating Farm geared towards the sustainable food fanatics of Rotterdam is paving way for a new architectural revolution in the city.