Travel

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.
As nice as it is to be able to travel around Europe with your significant other or family, sometimes, we all need to take a little getaway with someone other than them.
Alongside Germany’s greatest rivers, one can reliably find a host of medieval castles, charming villages, steep vineyards and stunning natural beauty. When it comes to delivering all of the above, there’s one river that never leaves one high and dry.
In a year where I did much more baking than traveling, I am now thinking in terms of recipes. So, as I reminisce on past travel memories and daydream about future travels and, here’s a recipe I’ll keep for the next time I get to visit one of my favorite cities, Dublin, Ireland.
The Romans were great at many things, but one thing they didn’t excel at was covering their tracks. Throughout the vast European space that made up the Roman Empire, you’ll find gates, bridges, monuments and foundations of once-sprawling villas.
High on a hill and framed by forest, the 14th-century Berlepsch Castle lords over the Werra Valley with an air of surety and a sense of place. The eye-pleasing timber-framed structure at its top adds a touch of grace to its thick stone walls and an all-but impenetrable foundation.
The charming medieval city of Regensburg is the ideal location for anyone looking to have the quintessential Bavarian experience. It is located at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers.
As the days become longer and the vivid kaleidoscope of spring flowers bloom, the itch to start exploring and traveling begins to grow. While it may not be possible to fly to other locations at the moment, there is plenty to discover in your host nation’s backyard.
Can you keep a secret? Have you heard of Utrecht, in the Netherlands? Although this city is often overlooked—or even unheard of—compared to Amsterdam, Utrecht continues to be a very well-kept secret because the people who live there love it.
Can you keep a secret? Have you heard of Utrecht, in the Netherlands? Although this city is often overlooked—or even unheard of—compared to Amsterdam, Utrecht continues to be a very well-kept secret because the people who live there love it.
Looking for a spontaneous and stress-free excursion from your home base in Wiesbaden? A 14th century castle, cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses and sweeping Rhine views are among the temptations of Eltville, a beguiling village just eight miles west of the Hessian capital.
Visiting Naples and want to get out of the city for the day? In the glistening Bay of Naples, three islands beckon: film set–ready Procida, chic Capri and sublime Ischia, the largest and most diverse in terms of its geography. For our perfect day in the sun, let’s set sail to Ischia.
Barcelona is a beautiful Spanish city with many architectural highlights boasting creativity.
Southwest Germany is home to the famed Black Forest, the perfect place to get an elaborate cuckoo clock and go on an outdoor adventure. With its winding rivers, picturesque lakes, half-timbered houses and quaint villages, the Black Forest is nothing short of extraordinary.