Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy and one of the deepest in Europe. It is perfectly situated at the foot of the towering Alps in northern Italy, creating a setting so beautiful that it will take your breath away.
Sitting along the tributary of the River Taff and Bristol Channel, just across the water from Weston-super-Mare in England, Cardiff dates back to the 1st century, with a small Roman fort established in the city center. Over time, Cardiff became a lively port municipality.
There are noble American monuments on European soil that stand as a constant reminder of the hardships U.S. soldiers experienced during World War II. The war separated over a million soldiers from their families, bringing them to foreign soil in an effort to defeat Adolf Hitler on many fronts.
Welcome to Belgium! Home of world-famous beer, decadent chocolates, sugary delicious waffles piled high with more sugary awesomeness and of course, arguably some of the best Frites (French fries) in Europe.
When the colder weather moves in and the clouds seem to hang around longer than necessary, it’s time to look for indoor activities. Cologne, Germany offers a plethora of churches, museums and various other things to do when you can’t wander around aimlessly outside.
Imagine yourself high up the side of a mountain overlooking a foggy valley while the sun tries to break through and light up the day. Or perhaps you’ve reached an alpine lake and are stopping for a picnic after an intense climb.
Nestled in the forest of the Spessart Mountains and surrounded by a water-filled moat, Mespelbrunn Castle is truly a historical gem. Known as a water castle, it features a mashup of late medieval and early Renaissance architectural styles.
There are so many incredible things to do and see in Paris that it gets a little overwhelming when trying to plan a trip. You simply can’t miss the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre; but what other things should be on your “must-see” list?
It’s finally fall! The cooler weather, beautiful changing leaves and general lack of tourists make this the ideal season for traveling. If you love plaid, castles and beautiful old cities, Edinburgh is the place for you this season.
2020. What a year it’s been so far. The unpredictability, risks and unknowns of travel makes travel planning nearly impossible. We are also all home more, giving us extra time to dream about the places we could travel to.