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24 Hours with a Foodie in Barcelona
Eating in Barcelona is a big part of experiencing the city. Not only will you meet local people and get to know more about Spanish culture, but your stomach will also receive a workout. Be prepared to eat yourself silly on everything from throaty Spanish coffee and rich chocolate dishes to snacks...
6 Little Known Mediterranean Gems to Fall in Love With
Derived from the Latin word mediterraneus for "inland" or "in the middle of the earth," the Mediterranean Sea covers an approximate area of 2.5 million km². An important route for merchants of ancient times, the Mediterranean region allowed for trade and cultural exchange between emergent people....
London’s Top 4 Day Trips
Whether you’re ecstatic, nervous or feeling claustrophobic about being at the heart of the 2012 Olympic Games, London is sure to be generating some sort of excitement within you.
Andorra Travel Guide
Best known for duty-free shopping and skiing, the historic Principality of Andorra on the Iberian Peninsula has rightfully earned a reputation as a consumer and winter sports lover’s haven. With 2,000 shops and two major ski areas, the tiny principality boasts some of the most spectacular Pyrenee...
Austria Travel Guide
The mention of Austria conjures up images of snow-capped peaks of the Alps and crystal blue lakes surrounded by thatched roof houses. While this picture of natural beauty is accurate, Austria is also steeped in imperial history and wildly famous for its classical music and performing arts. Age ol...
Azores Travel Guide
Europe’s farthest outpost, the volcanic Azores archipelago languishes in the heart of the Atlantic around 930 miles from the coast of Portugal. The Azores gained autonomy from Portuguese in 1976 and since then travelers have flocked to the islands to enjoy the laid-back lifestyle and stunning sce...
Belgium Travel Guide
According to legend, the two most notable things about Belgium are that it’s flat, and its natives only eat chips if they’re smothered in gallons of mayonnaise. Both, of course, are absolutely true, at least in part, but there’s a greater deal more to see, do, and enjoy in this small country than...
Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel Guide
Often described as a crossroad of civilizations, Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mountainous playground that is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination. This long forgotten jewel of southern Europe is now third in the world in terms of tourism growth rate, and it is easy to see why. The stunni...
Bulgaria Travel Guide
Bulgaria’s geography is dominated by two great valleys and two great mountain ranges. They offer a metaphor for the dual nature of Bulgaria as a thriving European nation with a solid national identity and one foot firmly planted in the past. The strong traditions and well-preserved historic sites...
Croatia Travel Guide
Following the end of Croatia’s War of Independence, this breathtaking country has, perhaps unsurprisingly, become the 18th most popular tourist destination in the world. Visitors will find resorts, health spas, beautiful coastlines, over a thousand offshore islands, state-of-the-art marinas, medi...
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