Three decades after the start of the Bosnian war, Christine Retschlag explores the beauty, complicated history, and enduring spirit of Bosnia and Herzegovina through the eyes of the locals.
Head away from the crowded Dalmatian Coast and discover the region of Slavonia and Baranja, offering hearty, delicious food, world-class wine, Baroque architecture, and wetlands teeming with bird and animal life.
Tamara Thiessen tackles France’s new cycling route, La Seine à Vélo, which unfurls along the Seine from Notre-Dame in Paris to the Normandy coast through a multitude of cultural and natural wonders.
Though its Emilia-Romagna neighbors Bologna and Parma get all the culinary fame, and nearby Tuscany gets all the tourists, the medieval village of Brisighella offers gastronomic specialties of its own, along with plenty of history and charm.
Join nomad Bill as he bikes and kayaks at Lake Bohinj, goes rafting on the Sava Dolinka River, and samples local wine in the Vipava Valley.
Lost while searching for an archive of LGBTQ+ culture, a couple ends up surrounded by the biggest LGBTQ+ experience of all – Berlin’s massive Lesbian and Gay City Festival.
Germany is especially charming in winter, with ice skating on frozen canals, hiking through forests, ice-wine tasting and crowd-free skiing.
There is more to Berlin than "the Wall" – this city is alive with history, but also creativity, culture, and great food.
Just outside the famous (and famously expensive) Swiss Alps ski resorts are a host of much more affordable and equally memorable adventures. Tim Neville shares his favorite winter experiences.
Nomad Emma shows us the eco-friendly side of this Spanish archipelago as she island-hops to go cycling, windsurfing, whale-watching, and sample the local food.
Join nomad Katie as she e-bikes up the Sintra hills, rides a riverfront path in Porto, tours the backroads of the Douro Valley, mountain bikes in Viana do Castelo, and cruises the central coast.