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Dijon: Much more than mustard

The city of Dijon, known for its namesake mustard, offers visitors more than gourmet condiments; there are numerous sightseeing experiences to make...

Walking through time in Speyer

For 2,000 years Speyer has played an influential role in European religion, politics and commerce. This city along the Rhine is waiting to be...
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25 more summer adventures for your Europe bucket list

Need a boost to get off the sofa and see what Europe has waiting for you?

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Semi-precious Idar-Oberstein

The small town of Idar-Oberstein boasts a 600-year history of mining and gem cutting that has made it one of the leading cut-gem trading centers...

Explore the lively side of Spain

With fantastic regional cuisine, stunning landscapes, vibrant nightlife and fiercely independent residents, Catalonia has four distinct and diverse...

In ruins: The Roman empire in Germany

By today’s standards, the Romans were hedonistic, savage warriors  – educated and cultured yet brutally barbaric.

The scenic city and crystal waters of Croatia

Set on the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is the crown jewel of Croatia.

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6 amazing ancient walled cities

Before heading to a major, modern city this summer, venture off the beaten path to one of these ancient, walled cities.

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Mons - Culture capital and symbol of strength

The Belgian city of Mons can be quite misleading; appearing quaint and unassuming, it is anything but.

Mykonos: The dazzling hotspot of the Aegean

What’s not to love about the sleek and cosmo Mykonos (Μύκονος)?

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The royal route: Biking the route of 100 castles in Muensterland

With the weather warming up, it’s a great time to get out and enjoy the German countryside.

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Travel back to medieval Europe

Experience for yourself what life might have been like in the Middle Ages at one of Europe’s large medieval markets fairs and festivals. Be...

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