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While many tourists come to Italy only for the past, those who…
Both Collioure, in France, and Cadaques, in Spain, are off the grid when it comes to glitzy resorts.
Exploring ceturies old buldings bring the cities rich history alive
The city’s devotion to the musical arts and its democratic embrace of culture are inspirational.
People parade around in their peacock finery, and springtime flirtations fill the air.
The Scottish city is no longer gritty and rundown, but retains its unpretentious friendliness.
Wherever you go, do your shopping in places that offer a fun cultural experience.
It’s an elegant French city with no trace whatsoever of crass tourism.
See Roman ruins, a 12th-century cathedral and a macabre chapel of bones.
Before that time, most art in Europe was made to serve the church.
The steady improvement in Eastern Europe’s sightseeing scene is exciting news for travelers.
There’s good news — and a few important warnings — for the well-informed traveler.
Equipping yourself with good information — and using it — will save you time and money.
It’s important to travel with the latest information to get the most out of your experience.
Both venerable college towns are charming to visit, but Oxford gets the slight edge.
All it takes is some common sense, good decision-making and confidence.
Venture to the islands and be rewarded with dramatic landscapes, a rich heritage and a warm welcome.
Sampling such “world apart” destinations is a smart way to experience the continent.
The city’s cleaner, safer and more efficient than before. But it still retains its colorful edge.
The resort city near London is drenched in history, but made for relaxation.