When most people think of affordable travel destinations, they think of Asia or certain parts of Central and South America. Europe doesn’t usually make the cut. But the dollar is particularly strong right now, and there are so many cheap places to visit in Europe that have lots to offer.
Tirana, Albania isn’t at the top of most travelers list. Even in Europe, it has a rather checkered reputation. But we found the Albanian capital city to be a fun and lively place.
If you don’t think of wine when you think of Texas, you’re probably missing out. The Lone Star State may play second fiddle to more well-known U.S. producers of Napa or Oregon, but the offerings of Texas wineries are no less sophisticated or well-balanced.
The energetic, historic capital of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is our favorite type of city. It is large enough to have lots of things to see and do but is easy to navigate and lacks the crowds that can flood some of the bigger cities.
It’s every traveler’s nightmare: lost luggage. Here’s everything you need to know about airline lost baggage: what to do and how to prevent it.
Turning from the boots to face the park’s entrance, I was met with three of the most recognizable figures in Communism – Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx on the right, Lenin on the left. Quite a unique welcome party, indeed. But then, Memento Park is a unique place.
Visiting a cenote is one of the most popular things to do on a trip to Mexico. These fresh water sinkholes are the perfect way to cool off after exploring the Mayan ruins or simply on a hot day. This is the Ruta de Los Cenotes (or the Cenotes Trail).
Lake Ohrid, Macedonia is perfect. The region is a great spot for sightseeing, or just relaxing. Any visitor to the Balkans should find a way to visit for a few days because there are so many great things to do in Lake Ohrid.
In this self-proclaimed free state in the middle of Copenhagen, no one owns their homes, the people police themselves, and all decisions are made by consensus. It’s been this way for 45 years now, and the residents—all 850 of them—have no intention of changing.