History is a part of every trip, whether it’s recent or ancient history. Here we include stories where the authors experienced historical travel.
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.
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
A visit to Kentucky’s Shakerville to learn about the sparse and austere lives of the Shakers, who had a community there between 1805-1910.
At the Santa Tecla Festival in Tarragona, besides giant bobbing heads, the locals create human towers up to eight stories high in the streets!
Visitors of all ages transport themselves back more than a thousand years in time and learn how to live as in a Viking Village in Gudvangen Norway.
In Wisconsin, a new trail takes visitors to nine buildings designed by or lived in by Frank Lloyd Wright, the most celebrated architect of the 20th century.