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
Surf journalist Duncan Madden shares his favorite, out-of-the-way spots in England, Ireland, Spain, Portugal and Italy that offer crowd-free fun for surfers of all levels.
The Swiss Alps may be famous for skiing, but it’s also a glorious summertime playground. Tim Neville shares his favorite places to swim, hike, and bike.
Located in southern Italy at the heel of the boot, Puglia is known for its unique, conical stone houses called trulli. Nomad Paola shares her tips on where to go, what to see, and what to eat.
On a literary journey through Portugal, Jill Fernandes finds an unlikely source of inspiration in the nocturnal creatures who guard the books.
Normally one to stand on the sidelines, Nick Sustana suddenly finds himself one of the castellers (castle-makers). What could go wrong?
As Portugal becomes increasingly popular with travelers, nomad Cameron follows local recommendations to find secluded spots and unique adventures.
On a training run through the dense forests of Sintra, Portugal, Cameron learns the risks and rewards of setting off into uncharted territory.