Autumn has arrived and France beckons. You are craving an adventure before the cold temperatures keep you indoors for the winter, but where to go? One and a half hours from Kaiserslautern and just over two hours from Wiesbaden is the French city of Metz.
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.
Contemplating your upcoming Black Forest holiday, certain images inevitably spring to mind. Hikes through dense pine forests and past thundering waterfalls. Buying a cuckoo clock from the very craftsman who carved the piece. Feasting on a certain luscious and creamy cherry-chocolate cake.
During the summer months, Europe is a bustling playground of beachgoers, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts. With crystal clear waters of the Alps and golden, sandy beaches stretched across the Mediterranean, it’s no wonder.
Large bustling cities can be overwhelming if you are trying to see the entire thing in one trip, or even one day. Munich, the capital of Bavaria and Germany’s most populous city, is a lot to process all at once.
One of my favorite shows to binge-watch during a chilly fall weekend (okay, more like a day) is “The Crown” on Netflix. Filled with plenty of royal intrigue and scandal, “The Crown” follows the saga of the House of Windsor and struggles of the British monarchy.
Switzerland is known to be a world-class skiing destination, but there is so much to do there when the snow on the ground has melted, and the sun is high in the sky. I recently got to spend a week in Switzerland and experienced all it had to offer when it was warm out.
Reflecting on your time as a traveler can prove many things to you. The largest factor of all, traveling has made you a better person, situationally, personally and intellectually. The life lessons one gains from indulging in a lifestyle of exploration are impactful.
Neustadt an der Weinstraße is a friendly, festive wine town along the German Wine Road, a tourist region within the greater wine-growing area known as the Pfalz. With its busy station at which passengers make connections to trains heading south to France’s Alsace region or north to Bad Dürkheim,
As one of Germany’s gateways to the Alps, Munich oozes glamour, history, charm and, most importantly, fun. Synonymous for the world-famous celebration of all things beer, there is more to this fabulous Bavarian city than Oktoberfest.
Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, is known for colorful tiles, locals persuading you to try cherry liqueur, sunshine and laid-back vibes. Though some may find the city to be dated, Lisbon’s underrated charm is what makes the city unique and beautiful.
The legend of King Arthur has been told throughout the ages. With twists and turns, and sordid affairs which would make today’s soap operas look tame, no one really knows if Arthur and his tales existed.
History buffs will love visiting la Cité de Carcassonne, France. This medieval citadel has over 2,500 years of history and is surrounded by a double enclosure that stretches for 1.9 miles. It is the largest citadel with walls still completely intact.