Travel

There is no doubt about it, 2021 has been a stressful and unpredictable year! If you’re like me, then you are probably in dire need of a vacation. If that is the case, check out the beautiful, historical city of Strasbourg, France. 
The stories we hear in our childhood have a tendency to stay with us throughout our lives. Tales of enchanted forests, talking animals, kind and wicked witches, fairies and other magical creatures have amazed and delighted generations throughout time.
The stories we hear in our childhood have a tendency to stay with us throughout our lives. Tales of enchanted forests, talking animals, kind and wicked witches, fairies and other magical creatures have amazed and delighted generations throughout time.
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.
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?
Although I am the type of traveler who dives deeply into restaurant research prior to visiting a new city, I also love the simple thrill of making a meal out of a few things at the farmer’s market and munching as I stroll through, eyeing up everything it has to offer.
From Cinderella to Rapunzel, Snow White to Beauty and the Beast, if you want to live out your childhood fairytale favorites, Germany is the perfect place. Here are five fairytale towns you won’t want to pass by.
From Cinderella to Rapunzel, Snow White to Beauty and the Beast, if you want to live out your childhood fairytale favorites, Germany is the perfect place. Here are five fairytale towns you won’t want to pass by.
Each year, Heidelberg Palace attracts around a million visitors from all over the world. Since the early 19th century, these impressive ruins have been synonymous with Romanticism.
Germany in the summer is as beautiful as it is warm. Long, lazy days filled with sunshine and gentle breezes stretch out for weeks on end. It’s the perfect time to get outside (especially with a lack of air conditioning) and soak up some much-needed vitamin D.
If a city could choose its geography, it might opt for that of Innsbruck, Austria.
On the long list of Germany’s most stunning natural attractions, the majestic Upper Middle Rhine Valley occupies one of the top spots for good reason.
For stunning views of Wiesbaden, the spa city’s very own “mountain” known as the Neroberg is hard to beat. From its 800-foot summit, day-trippers are treated to eagle-eye views of the city’s roofs and church steeples, sloping vineyards and the distant mountains of the Taunus range.
As swimsuits and tank tops replace scarves and sweaters on store shelves, I find myself lost in daydreams that include tan lines, frosty beverages and sand-sprinkled toes more and more often. Summer is so close I can almost smell the sunscreen and taste the sea salt in the air.
Germany in the summer is as beautiful as it is warm. Long, lazy days filled with sunshine and gentle breezes stretch out for weeks on end. It’s the perfect time to get outside (especially with a lack of air conditioning) and soak up some much-needed vitamin D.
If you’ve been searching for the perfect place to become one with nature, the historical region of Tyrol in Northern Italy and western Austria is ideal. It was once the country of Tyrol from the 12th century to 1919.