If you poll Americans living in Europe and ask them what stores they miss the most, I bet you’ll find a lot of “Target” responses. Who doesn’t miss haphazardly walking down the aisles as you put your fifth facial mask in your cart, convincing yourself you “need” it?
Perhaps best known as the site of a pivotal World War II mission, Normandy is a region of France with soaring beachside cliffs, charming medieval towns, the most famous walled city in the world and fabulous cuisine. Here’s what you need to see during your trip to Normandy.
The thought of waves crashing against the rocks on a secluded island sounds pretty amazing after the events of the past year. With travelers having to come up with creative itineraries this summer, an island vacation doesn’t have to be crossed off the books.
Wandering through the sunny streets of Nice on the French Riviera, you may come across a little stand advertising “socca.” Also known as “farinata” in Liguria or “Cecina” in Tuscany, these are pancake-like flatbreads made of chickpea flour (also called garbanzo bean flour), water and olive oil.
Picturesque canals, blue-green water from the Adriatic Sea, gondolas, sumptuous Italian eats and an otherworldly atmosphere are all elements that make Venice a one-of-a-kind destination. With so many sights to see and lucky finds to explore, how do you conquer such a beautiful city in 48 hours?