Sometimes you just don’t have more than one day to enjoy a location, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get the best bang for your buck in 24 hours! Rome is one of those magical cities that you just can’t miss. To get the most out of your time there, follow this simple itinerary. 
London is known for being a royal, historic city and, of course, popular for those British accents. However, it’s also known for being pretty pricey. Not to worry, it’s time to “keep calm and carry on” because having a memorable trip to London on a budget is possible!
Did you know that in northern Italy, there is a land-locked microstate that is amongst the world’s oldest republics? It’s the world’s fifth smallest country and has been surviving as a sovereign state since 301.
The familiar drone of propellers and roaring engines springing to life greeted us on a warm and unusually cloudless Sunday morning in the Cambridgeshire farmlands. Shiny, vintage aircraft were patiently lined up for takeoff a faded yellow Tiger Moth biplane soared overhead.
Fulfill little wonders and satisfy curiosities. Push past signs reading ‘Please Do Not Touch’ and seek out genuinely kid-friendly museums. Most European museums will offer an English version or explanation. Check with the information desk for free handouts as well as kids activity sheets.
If you think a trip to Belgium means either Brussels or Bruges, then you’ve missed the country’s best-kept secret of Ghent!
As the nights begin to cool and the sun begins to set a little earlier every day, the earth adorns herself in her most intricate outfit of them all, fall.
Now that spring is showing off new buds and blooms, it’s time to dust off those hiking boots and backpacks and head off into the great outdoors. The trail systems in Germany are second to none.
In Poland, the phrase used to describe the season when the hot days of summer are gone and winter is on the horizon is called the Polish “golden autumn” (aka - fall). From September through November, the trees take on rich hues of gold, rust, orange and purple and are particularly stunning.
It’s officially beer fest season! Oktoberfest may be just a few weeks away, but there are still a number of ways to celebrate. If you want a different kind of beer experience, consider taking a trip to the home of one of Germany’s favorite beers, the Krombacher Brauerei.
The world is chalked full of famous and mysterious trees attached to legends and folklore. The Tree of Life in Bahrain is a plant whose existence baffles scientists.
Here are a few more tips and tricks we’ve learned along the way to help you make the most of any European fest with kids in tow.
1. Tag team with your spouse or a friend.
Traveling once fall hits is ideal, as the offseason has begun. The changing leaves, idyllic weather, lack of tourist throngs and shorter lines are just some of the many reasons you should venture out for a trip once fall begins.
With the fall season comes the changing of leaves and a chill in the air. This weather creates the perfect backdrop for some of Germany’s most beautiful castles.
The iconic Oktoberfest may be one of the top things on your Germany bucket list. You’ve heard of the fun shared among tourists and locals in the festival that brings thousands together to share a beer. Oktoberfest is a tradition that everyone should experience.
Beautiful Germany is filled with countless experiences to be had. From storybook castles and fairytale towns, it’s easy to see why millions of tourists from all over the world travel to Deutschland each year.