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The 15th-century German man would sing the ‘all’s well’ tune at the top of the hour through the night.
Rick Steve’s favorite meal is what he calls “The Stand-Up Progressive Venetian Pub-Crawl Dinner.”
For Rick Steves, it’s chilling to think that the city’s friendly people were killing each other not so long ago.
The hard-fought land on the conflicted border of Europe’s two leading powers is a combination of cultures.
An experience in 1978 kicked off his fascination with the nation’s countless, inscrutable ancient ruins.
Perhaps the best way to describe this quintessential Roman moment is “bella.”
After dining on the exquisite local cuisine, head outdoors for an all-night revel on the streets.
It’s worth considering how the future will look when economic scale and efficiency trump artisan values.
The venerable “fish and bread boats” are still rocking in the constant chop of the city’s busy harbor.
All Finnish office buildings — whether banks, insurance companies or research institutes — have a rooftop sauna.
Just like he had a lemonade stand when he was little, Civita’s kids sell bruschetta to tourists.
Rich in history, the German wine town has been charming travelers for centuries.
But these days, the top-quality, free-range snails most likely last slithered in Poland.
The city’s long history includes five centuries as Poland’s capital. Today, it exudes a folksy charm.
Everything about them — the meadows, thatched roofs, churches, pubs, BBs and even the tourist offices — is cute.
If you pass a shop in the Netherlands full of plants displaying a Rastafarian flag, it doesn’t sell much coffee.
It’s been a backwater since the 14th century — and that’s a big reason why it’s so worth visiting today.
Twenty-two American travelers were invited to spend a Turkish evening with a Laz family near the Black Sea.
The nation’s commitment to anti-materialism impressed him — as did the pretty girls with hairy armpits.
The effects of climate change may out vivid Swiss alps experiences out of reach.