Europe’s food tours and cooking classes allow visitors to experience history, tradition, local food culture — and delicious feasts.
A 70-mile stretch of the Rhine River, through Germany, bustles with traffic, castles and charm.
Seeing the Jewish past and present in Cordoba, Prague, Krakow and Rome.
Get glimpses of local life at food shops, public markets and public spaces, and even at the laundromat, urges European travel specialist Rick Steves.
Visit a pub, a church or a club to hear local music, and get closer to the people and their traditions.
Croatia’s “Pearl of the Adriatic” is a place to walk, people-watch, take a dip in the sea, says European travel specialist Rick Steves.
Europe travel specialist Rick Steves recommends trying the local specialties, a sort of culinary sightseeing of unusual and beloved national dishes.
Rent a bike and pedal through history and lovely scenery near some smaller European towns, recommends Europe travel specialist Rick Steves.