Any of us transplanted from the southern United States dread winter in Germany and its gloomy, short days.
Mention visiting an amusement park in Europe and often the first one that comes to mind is Disneyland Paris.
Though the German autobahn may be infamous for its never-ending construction and sneaky speeding cameras, it’s also famous for its high-speed and fast cars speeding their way down the left lane.
You’ve found yourself on a dreamy cruise, recreational tour or last-minute flight to the ancient city of Athens. While these forms of travel are great, it often leaves you pressed for time.
The dreary German winter weather can bring on a case of the blues for anyone. Treat yourself to a day of pampering at a spa to boost your spirits.
Found in northeastern Italy, the Dolomite Mountains are a must-visit for outdoor enthusiasts. The magnificent mountain range stretches across 350,000 acres and is home to 18 impressive peaks.
Once upon a time, you read bedtime stories of princesses and knights and dreamed of living 800 years ago. Then you awoke in Europe, where the legends began.
Your dad’s milestone birthday. A cousin’s wedding. The birth of your first niece. The need to be with friends in family in times of crisis or celebration.
While traditional lodging may work for some, many hotels are getting imaginative with the type of experience they bring to their guests.
Sharing borders with Belgium, France and Germany, Luxembourg is a small country with numerous historical sites.
Looking up at the magnificent, snowcapped peaks of the Alps brings a thrilling rush of astonishment to even the most veteran of snowboarders.
“Up Helly Aa” — it’s a hardcore celebration not for the faint of heart.
Editor's Note: This story was written by an 11-year-old visiting Normandy, France for the first time.
You can find the area on a map, but you might not know which countries belong to Scandinavia. Norway, Sweden and Denmark form this region, but what do you really know about Scandinavia?
There are plenty of rad roads to explore with scenery, switchbacks and celebrities. This itinerary is 265 miles, and can be done in 4- to 9 nights.
Luxembourg City can fly under the radar when you’re planning trips. Yet it offers so much history and beauty. Here you can tour fortress ruins fascinating enough to rate as a UNESCO site.