There is a tiny city on a tiny island in a very big ocean. Sardinia’s capital, Cagliari, is only 33 square miles, a blip on the radar when compared to the major Italian cities like Rome, nearly 500 square miles.
Germany is known for cold, dreary winters, which are brightened considerably by the warmth and cheer of traditional village Weihnachtsmärkte and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
You could plan a trip to see all of Berlin. But you could also just plan a trip to Berlin’s central borough of Mitte because this neighborhood is packed with so many things to do and see that you will need longer than you think.
Prague's two main Christmas markets are a five-minute stroll from each other, located in historic Old Town Square (Staromestske name
This time of year is magical in Germany. It feels as though the entire country transforms into a winter wonderland.
Although people who celebrate Christmas usually do so around the same time of year, many families create their own ways to celebrate the season, mixing both traditional and contemporary events.
Perhaps you’re in town for the Saarbrücken Christmas market and you’re interested in seeing a little more of what Saarland’s capital city has to offer.
This time of year is magical in Germany. It feels as though the entire country transforms into a winter wonderland.
Whether you’re new to Europe or have been here for a winter or two, it’s never too late to try your hand at skiing or snowboarding in the beautiful Alpine paradise.
Though spring in Germany is beautiful with its colorful flowers in bloom, the cold and harsh winter has left some of us depleted of much-needed Vitamin D.
Being stationed in Europe offers a fantastic opportunity to travel. Seeing places you’ve only read about in history books or lounging along the sun-kissed shores of the Mediterranean sounds blissful.
While Slovenia’s city of Bled entices visitors all times of the year, there is something about autumn that adds a little magic and mystery to one’s trip.
Most of the towns and villages along the southern stretch of the German Wine Road boast of a certain type of cozy rustic charm. In a region so generously endowed with stunning scenery and welcoming places, a handful of places still manage to stand out above the rest.
Want a trip that will stave off the cold of the coming months? Head to the Mediterranean coast of Spain, where Barcelona is waiting.
“Christmas markets are a magical and amazing life experience.” Living in Europe, chances are this phrase has been uttered by you or to you. For the record, it’s true—they’re both amazing and magical.
If you love plaid, castles and beautiful old cities, Edinburgh is the place for you this fall season. Scotland’s capital is brimming with old-world charm and enough scotch to satisfy the thirstiest of visitors!