Paris is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and has plenty of attractions – here are our top 5 things to see in Paris, and they are almost all free!
The costs of traveling in Italy are right in the middle of the pack in terms of European travel, but the idea of luxurious villas and indulgent food and wine in Tuscany tends to scare off budget travelers. However, with just a little clever pre-planning, travelers in any budget range can discover this beautiful region on a shoestring, without sacrificing any of the indulgence that makes Tuscany a must-visit destination.
For those who haven’t been there, what they say about Tuscany really is true: gorgeous hills planted with olive trees and vineyards. While you could spend your trip in a rustic villa, swimming, sipping and sleeping the days away, taking in the culture and public life of Tuscany is fascinating. Read on for our top choices, which may surprise you…
To some, a visit to Munich might mean steins of beer, bratwurst and oom-pa-pa music, typical for the city’s largest and most famous party – Oktoberfest. Ask the locals, however and they will describe any number of aspects they love about Munich life – from the sprawling parks and world-class shopping to up-and-coming trendy artist neighborhoods, but there is one exciting part of Munich life that almost everyone can agree on – getting out of the city.
The D-Day Beaches are one of the most popular day trips from Paris. In this practical guide, I’m sharing everything you need to know to visit all five beaches in one day.
Everyone has seen photos of the picture-perfect scenery that made the Greek Islands famous: whitewashed buildings in small, dreamy villages, views over the azure blue waters of the Mediterranean, secluded …
This week’s Polaroid shows a couple of flamenco musicians on the Plaza de España in the Andalusian town of Seville, home to flamenco music and dance.
The street signs in Madrid’s historic center are beautifully hand-painted ceramic tiles which illustrate the name of the street. We love the artistic touches like this throughout Madrid!