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.
Portugal is known for beaches, fado, and of course, Port. But that's just the beginning. Nomad Donna shares her favorite Portuguese wines, non-touristy Lisbon neighborhoods, and inland cities.
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?