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Many travelers are curious about how Brexit is affecting tourists — from his experience, it isn’t.
When it comes to navigating the popular and crowded sights, enjoying Italy requires some planning ahead.
For any vacationer, time is money — and you’ll get more value from your sightseeing time by planning.
When traveling in France, check out the towering Gothic cathedrals that mark the centers of many towns.
The Northern Ireland city has had a troubled history, which makes it an even more fascinating destination.
Many classic trappings, from caroling to mince pie and wassail, have long been part of English tradition.
Nearly all crimes suffered by tourists are nonviolent and, if you follow these tips, avoidable.
Thanks to these diverse museums, the Riviera has a cultural richness that’s not typical of resort areas.
Huge crowds don’t always gravitate to the most enjoyable locations.
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The keys include visiting during off-peak season and skipping the towns at midday.
Thanks to their proximity, combining all three into one trip is a breeze.
A quaint town of about 20,000 residents, set under a historic fortress, it’s well worth a stop.
Visit them and discover that long after death, the bones and memorials still have something to say.
The iconic city offers a wide array of delicacies beyond the usual Italian pizza and pasta fare.
The charming corner of France is known for its green rolling hills, tall cathedral spires and thatched-roof cottages.
Any visitor to Scotland should consider at least a short stop in this scenic, intriguingly historic university town.
Perhaps the most memorable of climbs is just 28 stairs — on your knees — up Rome’s Scala Santa.
From royal palaces to a sculptor’s garden, the area around the city has something for every traveler.
A walk through the heart of north Dublin recalls the nation’s long fight for independence.