Rick Steves’ list includes Paris, Granada, the Greek Islands and good ol’ Edmonds, WA.
From islands in the lagoon to ancient towns of Padua and Verona, find plenty of diversions beyond the crowded canal city.
Savor the medieval atmosphere among ramparts that once kept marauders at bay in villages across the continent.
Learning at least a little of the language of your travel destination always helps, but communicate in any way that works.
Among the tips: Don’t overpack, don’t worry about not knowing much of the language and don’t overtip.
A once-rundown military port is morphing into a pleasant people zone as the city undergoes an impressive gentrification.
Sofia may be poor compared to London, Paris or Berlin, but you wouldn’t know it strolling its vibrant boulevards. With a million people, Sofia is...
It’s famous for its outdoor markets, handsome pedestrian lanes, and cultivated, bon vivant residents.
Spain’s second-biggest city is one of the hottest tourist destinations in Europe these days, with more than 7.5 million visitors a year.