Whether you’re an accomplished globetrotter or a first-time traveler, there are a few important things to keep in mind as you get ready to go on a tour of Europe. Here's a roundup of our top tips for making the most of your trip.
Truly massive in scale, the Alps offer enormous visual drama with a vertical drop that ranges from 4,000 to 7,000 feet. Dotting its valleys, European cultural centers offer access to world-class snow sports, hiking, museums, cuisine and more across five must-see countries.
One of the best parts of traveling is exploring side streets and hidden alleys, getting a taste for the adventures off-the-beaten-path. While Europe might be more well-known for its iconic cities like Rome, Barcelona and Dublin, these seven hidden gems deserve some exploration of their own.
Traveler Carmen T. discovered Jimmy, our photographer on tour, by seeing him pop up on our Facebook page. After that, it became her biggest wish for the opportunity to travel with him—so Carmen was more than surprised when she got the chance to do just that a few months later! Here, she tells us what it was like to be on tour with Jimmy.
One of the best parts about traveling is gaining insight into the momentous events that shaped our world today—walking the paths of predecessors, exploring ancient architecture and, in this case, visiting the beaches where World War II history was made.
A European vacation with someone special is always romantic, but step inside these three cities, and you'll feel something magical. We think Paris, Verona and Venice are some of the most romantic cities in Europe—here's why.
They say good things come in small packages, and that's absolutely true for these three tiny countries. Don't let their size fool you—each is packed with exciting culture, beautiful buildings and charming people.