Europe travel specialist Rick Steves takes a look at the fun-loving Danish capital, from counterculture neighborhoods to cutting-edge architecture
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Take an after-dark stroll through Rome’s neighborhoods, from the glitzy Spanish Steps area to village-like Trastevere. And stop for a leisurely meal, or a gelato, advises European travel specialist Rick Steves.
Go join the summer festivals, street fairs and dancing, and free museum nights, advises European travel specialist Rick Steves.
Europe travel specialist Rick Steves laments a loss of artisans and local crafts — and advises visitors to seek out those remaining.
Take a peaceful sunrise walk ihrough city squares, along beaches, to street markets, advocates Europe travel specialist Rick Steves,
Europe travel specialist Rick Steves advocates using mostly cash, withdrawn from ATMs. And keep it safe in a money belt.
German city, firebombed in World War II, has grown into a thriving cultural center.
The palaces and churches of the city of St. Petersburg have been restored, making it the most tourist-worthy, and accessible, Russian city
University town, like Sweden’s answer to Oxford, is best side-trip from Stockholm.
Speeds can top 200 mph, and train travel is often more convenient and environmentally friendly than taking a plane in Europe, says travel specialist Rick Steves.