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The nations are improving tourism infrastructures and adding exhibits to well-known sights.
Sweden, Norway and Finland have embarked on many urban, cultural and transit projects.
With new sights to see, the country’s as exquisite — and exasperating — as ever.
The city gives you an excellent taste of life as it’s actually lived by the Portuguese.
They provide tranquil and often economical sleeping quarters and access to cultural heritage.
The dynamic city has a great story to tell, and people who excel at telling it.
The three cities provide a look at the Moorish influence on Spanish culture.
You can blame my Norwegian heritage, but I’m not so hot on the Swedish countryside. Even so, you can’t say you’ve seen Sweden if you’ve… Continue reading
Journeys through Norway fjord country and Switzerland’s Golden Pass are two of the best.
Where travelers can find memories of the city’s dark history: The 1917 Russian Revolution.
The long-Austrian, now-Italian region of South Tirol is one of Europe’s main crossroads.
The sights include the church where the first Protestant service took place in 1521.
Don’t let the fear of pickpockets keep you from traveling. Here’s how to keep your valuables safe.
Tucked into a far corner of Europe, just two hours north of Lisbon, is one of my favorite beach towns: Nazare, a Portuguese fishing town… Continue reading
It’s the best way to connect with the nation’s farmers and artisans.
Serene Sorrento, wedged on a ledge under the mountains and over the sea, is a great springboard for sightseeing along Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Just an… Continue reading
In Europe, getting from Point A to Point B is a snap. The train system shrinks what is already a small continent, making a whirlwind… Continue reading
England’s scenic landscapes hold a mix of historic wonders and legends that go back to Camelot and beyond. Two of the best places to contemplate… Continue reading
Romania is full of surprises and wonderful people. And as you leave the capital of Bucharest, it gets even better. In the countryside, the history… Continue reading