Tuscany is a dream destination for anyone who craves beautiful scenery, incredible food, some of the world’s finest wines and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Stretching from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea, Tuscany is the heart of Italy.
Everyone has lofty intentions to travel while in Europe. Beer tops many lists of things to experience while in new countries and cities. When planning your next vacation, consider stepping outside the norm and try a beercation. I didn’t just make this up!
Below the brilliant blue sky lies a sea of purple. You close your eyes, breathe in the heavenly scent and feel the heat of the sun warm your body. It’s summer and you are standing in the middle of a lavender field in Provence, France.
London has many things to offer! The city’s delicious food and iconic landmarks are on most people’s bucket list when stationed in Europe. But being there has much more to offer than good food and cheesy photo ops for your Instagram page.
Get ready to enjoy your tea and crumpets; you're moving to England! Although thinking all British locals drive mini coopers and drink tea while munching on crumpets is a stereotype, some things are true about moving to England.
Amsterdam, known as the “Venice of the North,” is filled with rich history, networked with over 165 canals and one of Europe’s most iconic cities! As you traverse through this exciting city, make time for these bucket list experiences.
1. Take a dreamy canal cruise.
You’ve landed on European soil, suitcase in one hand, a wallet in the other, with a world of endless possibilities in front of you. The extravagant adventures that you’ve dreamed about turned out to not be the friendliest experience for the wallet.
Millions of tourists flock to Lisbon each year and it’s easy to see why. The capital of Portugal is a budget-friendly destination with so much to offer such as iconic tram rides, picturesque architecture, lively neighborhoods and a plethora of gastronomic experiences to be had.
Congratulations! Your teenager has been accepted to his college of choice — that’s a weight off of everyone’s shoulders. But now, the hard part: helping him prep for living independently, and overcoming the emotional hurdle of letting him go.