A visit to Brussels, Belgium for chocolates and pastries, discovering the many different chocolates and the history of chocolate in Belgium.
The Matala Beach Festival, since 2011, has brought music, arts and hippies to the island of Crete. It’s a throwback to the hippies who once lived there.
Le Marche, in the northeast Adriatic side of Italy, is a wonderful place to paddle a kayak. Ann Banks shares her trip paddling and enjoying the cuisine, the history and many attractions of this unheralded region of Italy.
Alicante is a bustling and thriving city on Spain’s east coast, south of Valencia, and a great place to explore a castle and discover great tastes.
In Paris of the 1920s, many American writers made history and lived on Paris’ Left Bank. A tour of many of the same cafes that writers flocked to back then.
Scotland during the fall and winter is a pleasure if you find cozy places to stay like 1930s Romany caravans, geodomes and roulottes in the country.
Visiting the towns in Italy’s Umbria region. Assisi, with its famous chapel, Perugia, home to many festivals, Orvieto where great wines are made, and more.
Hiking at Scotland’s Aonach Eagach Ridge, a tough hike rewarded by killer views and beautiful surroundings. Climbing to the summit of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, in Scotland.
Bristol is a very popular tourist destination in Southwest England, with a large history museum, a restored 1700s clipper ship, and ferries on the Avon.
In the new travel book, Chez Mwah, Judith Dowden shares her life in the real France–one where vineyards produce grapes and people live like real people.
Exploring the coastline of Menorca, Balearic Islands of Spain, on Horseback with a local guide company. Seeing the dramatic cliffs and cities on horse
An age-old tradition in Naples, Italy are the precipi…detailed and ornate Christmas models that are built to show local life, personalities and Naples.
A trip on the 2500 kilometer Wild Atlantic Way, covering the entire west coast of Ireland, yields wonderful foods, bike trails, and impressive scenery.
High atop the Loenfjord, surrounded by dramatic Norway fjordlands, there is a skylift that wisks travelers high up, and even handicapped travelers can enjoy
In 1999 UNESCO declared Ibiza a World Heritage Site because of the island’s cultural diversity and historic value. Discover these four must-see sites.
Transfăgărășan, a curvy mountain road across mountains in Romania, was built by the dictator as an escape route. Today it’s the world’s best road trip.
The Glasnevin Cemetary in Dublin, a great place for a stroll, or to take a tour and learn some of the history buried here, near the National Botanic Gardens
At Il Fontanaro Farms, in the hills of Umbria, Italy, Ron Elledge and his wife enjoy cooking a meal with locals who show them techniques and their farm.