Just over an hour’s drive (and less than a two-hour train ride on the RE1) from Kaiserslautern is Germany’s oldest city, Trier.
If you are searching for a destination rich with history, beautiful architecture, delicious food and vibrant culture, look no further! Kraków is one of Poland’s oldest cities and offers a variety of notable things to do and see for travelers of all types.
When I imagined medieval castles, I always envisioned tall towers and walls encircled by a deep, murky moat. While not quite as dramatic as Neuschwanstein or Burg Eltz, Burg Vischering in North-Rhine Westphalia makes up for it in charm and history.
Any list of the best gifts from Poland will include cheese and vodka, amber jewelry, and pottery. Given a choice, the handmade Polish pottery, being both artistically beautiful and functional in a kitchen, is a clear winner.
For more than 40 years, the short British summer has wound down in London with a vibrant celebration of Caribbean culture. The Notting Hill Carnival began as a modest commemoration and has transformed into one of the world’s largest street parties.
Dozens of intact castles and ruins are scattered along the hilly landscape of the Middle Rhine Valley, each a spectacular reminder of the region’s aristocratic past.
Mallorca, about the size of Rhode Island, is the largest island in the Balearic archipelago situated off the east coast of Spain.
There’s nothing quite like a trip to the city. The lights, the shops, the food and the people all come together to create the perfect bustling atmosphere. The energy coming from the city itself can be magnetic. Get drawn into London’s charm by spending just two days in this buzzing metropolis.
Whether you’re looking to relax on a sandy beach or like a more active vacation, Croatia offers attractions for all visitors and all seasons.
Established 100 years ago, Northern Ireland is a small but formidable country. Surrounded by emerald-green hills and miles of jagged coastline, this nation is full of mythical legends and uncompromisingly beautiful landscapes.
As spring unfurls its vibrant colors and transitions into the warmer summer months, the country is brimming with outdoor adventures. Situated 30 minutes south of Spangdahlem and an hour north of Kaiserslautern along the old Roman wine route is Triolago.
As one of the top 10 largest and most popular cities in Germany, I knew that I would have plenty to see and do in Cologne, but what to do with only 48 hours? As a self-proclaimed history buff and overall nerd, I wanted to share some unconventional experiences from my weekend in Cologne.
When it comes to vacations, it’s okay to be slightly envious of citizens of the Europe. So where do Europeans choose to spend their holidays? While they flit about their continent with ease, they are also perfectly content to stay within the borders of their own nations.
Nestled safely between Norway and Finland rests Sweden, home of Ikea and the world famous singing group ABBA. While both of these things may have found a special place in your heart, there is so much more to Sweden!
El Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is a blanket term that applies to a number of several long-distance footpaths leading to Santiago de Compostela, a city in northwest Spain.
For me, there’s no better place to spend those long, sun-drenched days of summer than at a lake. Sure, pools are nice, but lakes capture beauty in a way that pools just can’t.