In Bavaria, despite a successful high-tech economy, farmers still do as they have since ancient times. William Krakow describes the annual Viehscheid, a ritual of bringing the cows back down from the mountains to town.
Niel Thomas and his Volkswagen beetle “Lazy Louie” took the road trip of a lifetime through Europe, hitting 41 countries along the way.
Super traveler Max Johnson visits the West Balkans (once called Yugoslavia), with stops in Durres, Albania, Belgrade, Serbia, and Podgorica Montenegro by bus, train and cruise ship, discovering the changes that have taken place over the past twenty years.
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.
Cheshire, England is among one of many wonderful destinations in the English countryside where old fashioned charm meets mystical landscapes.
Want to travel to France, but have already checked out the country a few times? Check out this new guide to all the latest exciting additions to the beautiful country.
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.
View the northern lights at Sweden’s newest floating oasis, the Arctic Bath hotel, where you can treat yourself to a relaxing spa day on the water.
Connecting Europe’s most sought-after cities and more, Eurostar has upgraded their fleet to be futuristic, fast, and environmentally-friendly.
A visit to Kiev includes the lavish St. Sophia Cathedral, Landscape Alley, Besarabsky Market, the Motherland Monument, and the Memorial in Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
The Welsh tourism board Visit Wales has named 2018 the “Year of the Sea” to promote Wales’ beautiful coastlines and alternative style.
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.
Head to Belfast in Northern Ireland, home to the Titantic and the “Game of Thrones” set. The tourism boom happening there makes the city an interesting spot to take your next vacation.
In France’s Provence region, the village of Menton is famous for its huge and delicious lemons, and hold a yearly festival with sculptures made of fruit.
The city of Skopje, in Macedonia, is full of huge statues of men on horseback. Some of the attractions appear to a work in progress, but the city is worth a visit and looks wonderful in the evenings.