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Christmas by candlelight at the Candelara festival

It’s no secret that the holiday season in Europe is magical — rustic wooden stalls, festive mugs of hot beverages, and globe lights twinkling...

Christmas markets close to home

There is no need to travel far to experience magical Christmas markets. We have highlighted several near U.S.

Aachen: A city of Roman tradition

Along the border of Belgium and the Netherlands, lies the remarkable German city of Aachen which is renowned for its abundant springs of warm mineral...

Beautiful Bamberg

Bamberg is a delightful city in upper Franconia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a perfect destination for singles, couples, families and...

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.

Carcassone, France | Photo from Stripes

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.

Explore spectacular caves in Italy

Cave exploration usually entails trekking through dismal crevices lurking with creepy crawlies, but Italy has some remarkable formations that don’...

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Grand libraries of Germany

Enjoy the comforts of a good read in the incredible surroundings of Germany’s Bibliotheks.

Top 5 outdoor spots in Germany

Dust off your backpack and travel guides — spring in Germany is a great time to enjoy nature's beauty. Here are five top outdoor spots to check out!

10 German towns to see this spring

Once you arrive in Germany, it’s easy to be swept up in planning your travel adventures. Glamorous cities such as Berlin and Munich often beckon...

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