Topics :: European Travel

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Porto: Wine, Hills and Sunsets in Portugal's 2nd City

By Albert Stumm | Apr 18
In Portugal's second city, everything cool seems to be right around the corner, or more likely, just up a hill.

Discovering Split

By David Perry | Jan 6
History collides with nightlife in Croatia, as Split and Hvar continue to draw international travelers to their picturesque shores.

EU States Make It Easier to Limit Visa-Free Travel

By Lorne Cook | May 20
European Union nations agreed Friday to make it easier to suspend its visa waiver program with some countries, just as Turkey is trying to secure visa-free travel for its citizens.

Two Wheelin' Through Europe

By Erik Schelzig | May 6
Looking for an interesting way to explore Europe? Consider renting a motorcycle.

Malta: A Mediterranean Adventure Awaits

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 27
Discover these charming islands and enter to win a free vacation for two!

Cool in Cardiff

By Jill Gleeson | Oct 29
Go renegade on your next U.K. adventure and head to the Welsh capital of Cardiff, where you'll discover culture.

Beyond the Lederhosen: Munich's Good Times for Gay Travelers

By Jill Gleeson | Sep 15
Munich, Germany, often gets overlooked by LGBT travelers in favor of Berlin's infamous decadence. That's a shame because Munich has a throwback charm unique from its artsy brother to the north. Here's our quick guide to this charming Bavarian city.

Ravenna: The City of Mosaics

Aug 1
While everyone has heard of Rome, few know of Ravenna, the petite jewel on the Italic peninsula that emerged as capital of the Western Roman Empire in 402.

What a Deal! European Vacations Up to 25% Cheaper Due to Exchange Rate

By Barry Hatton | Apr 16
Vacations in Europe have a new attraction: the euro's steep drop in value is making the continent much cheaper for tourists from across the world, especially the United States and China.

Literary Dublin

By Helen O'Neill | Mar 17
With its old-world pubs filled with faded pictures of poets and rebels, clattery cafes and cobblestone alleys, Dublin is a haven for those who want to immerse themselves in books and writers and words - washed down of course, with a pint of Guinness.

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