Travel

Are you a family of day-trippers? If so, your posting abroad is a dream come true.
Ah Paris, La Ville Lumière (city of lights), home to the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre museum and numerous other wo
At first, you might be thrilled that your family has agreed to make the trek across the ocean. You may have your heart set on going to certain locations and showing your family just how truly amazing Germany can be.
Scotland is a gorgeous country to visit any time of the year, but fall makes the following cities the perfect backdrop for your autumn adventures!
Edinburgh
The opportunities for stunning hikes with views to die for are abundant and vast in Europe.
Paris, the “City of Light,” is usually at the top of everyone’s bucket list to visit. How could it not be?
Looking to explore the beautiful country of Portugal, but not willing to break the bank? Lisbon has several affordable activities, including the four below that, are all under 100 euros per person!
Do you want to travel more but are unsure of how you’ll be able to afford it? You’ve calculated the cost of flights, hotels, food and transportation, and you’re left feeling discouraged. Don’t worry! At the end of this guide you’ll be a budget travel guru.
The white sand beaches of Mykonos and feats of architectural brilliance such as the Parthenon in Athens are what has put Greece on the bucket lists of millions of tourists. However, if you stray off the beaten path just a tad, you will find the seaside escape that is Nafplio.
Romania may not be on your vacation destination list but it should be. Bucharest, Romania’s capital, has so much to offer! Here are five things you should highly consider when visiting Bucharest.
King Michael Park
The Alsace region of France springs vivid pictures when I think of it— brightly colored half-timbered houses lining narrow cobblestone alleys, a foodie’s paradise with Michelin-starred restaurants in quaint villages, and of course, award-winning wines.
Berlin is a vibrant busy city, filled with many historical landmarks and interesting people. As Germany’s capital, there is so much to see.
Florence, Venice, Paris, Vienna and Amsterdam. These cities always seem to find their way on some type of list for the top European cities with their picturesque streets, cute side cafes, vintage boutiques and overwhelmingly amazing history.
The Musee Rodin Paris displays a fascinating collection of the famous artist’s sculptures and drawings. It is tucked away in the 7th arrondissement just across the street from the Invalides, with its very visible golden dome.
Perhaps you’re heading to Stuttgart to see a musical? Or look at timeless vehicles at the Mercedes-Benz Museum? Aside from doing the bucket-list-worthy items, take some time to discover some gems in the mountainous state of Baden-Württemberg.
Holzmaden
Surrounded by numerous countries, Germany is a superb starting point for venturing out and exploring other cultures, cities, landscapes and architectures. Luxembourg, the small country lying between Germany, Belgium and France, is teeming with sights for the passionate traveler.