A ferry crossing from the Spanish mainland is a great prelude to an eco-friendly island-hopping trip, discovering the calmer, greener side of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera.
Blessed with vast areas of wilderness, ancient hilltop villages, and gorgeous coastline, this region at the toe of Italy’s boot is more rustic – but no less captivating – than more popular places up north.
Scattering her father-in-law’s ashes in Paris, the writer pays homage to his well-traveled life.
From prehistoric ruins to magical kingdoms and secret mountain pools, the Italian island of Sardinia is full of surprises beyond its superb beaches.
Amanda’s host in Lachaux, France seems to never worry about anything. But how will she react when she learns Amanda has lost her beloved dog?
While crowds flock to Florence, they overlook this gem of a town in the southern Italian region of Puglia. Nomad Paola takes us on a walking tour of its graceful piazzas and stunning architecture.
Join nomad Emerson on a journey through some of his favorite nature reserves, hiking trails, historic towns, and off-the-beaten-path places in this little-known Spanish region.
From spectacular hikes with epic views to deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, and sampling the local nightlife, this subtropical Portugese island offers no end of worthwhile things to see and do.
A maritime prize, a center of biodiversity, a patchwork of languages, histories, and cultures – this British Overseas Territory on the southeast coast of Spain is many things, and you won’t find anything like it anywhere else.
Travel writer and Balkans specialist Chris Deliso reveals the best of Serbia – lively festivals, mountain adventures, and how (and where) to eat and drink like a local.
Austria is more than Hapsburg palaces and swanky ski resorts. Nomad Donna shares her insights on Vienna’s coolest neighborhoods, the best Austrian wines to try, the underrated city of Graz, and skiing where the locals do