Travel

Below are some tips provided by members of the U.S. military community who are experienced European travelers:
Before you go:
Below are some tips provided by members of the U.S. military community who are experienced European travelers:
Before you go:
For 2,000 years Speyer has played an influential role in European religion, politics and commerce. Today this city along the Rhine is booming with historical sites waiting to be discovered.
What do you get when you mix a boat and a hot tub? A HotTug, naturally.
When traveling in Europe, there are some obvious main attractions that are not to be missed. Neuschwanstein Castle, the Eiffel Tower and St. Peter’s Basilica are just a few of the most famous.
Wine has made up part of European culture since time immemorial, and vineyards are a defining feature of some of the continent’s most breathtaking landscapes.
What can I say about The Louvre Museum to convince you to go? Perhaps the fact that it’s world’s largest art museum will tickle your fancy.
The Capitoline Museum in Rome overlooks the Forum, with the Colosseum beyond, so it is in the heart of the city.
When people discuss the world wars, often we Americans automatically identify with World War II.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s hilly capital is a beautiful medieval city that offers rich history, breathtaking attractions and a low-budget trip!
There is much to enchant and intrigue in France’s Alsace region any time of the year.
Bastogne, the name of the small town of the Belgian Ardennes, is forever associated with the Battle of the Bulge and the incredible resistance of famous American units, among them the Screaming Eag
Today, it’s hard for many Americans to imagine living in towns or cities that are walled-off fr
A small island in the Atlantic just below the Arctic Circle, Iceland has an impressive reputation for its abundant natural wonders.
What countries truly qualify as being a part of Scandinavia?
When planning a trip to England, it’s easy to stay within the confines of London. And why not?