Rent a bike and pedal through history and lovely scenery near some smaller European towns, recommends Europe travel specialist Rick Steves.
Discover new treasures on every visit to Italy’s city of great art and architecture.
Walk the Scottish capital’s Royal Mile (and beyond) to see Edinburgh’s past and present, recommends European travel specialist Rick Steves.
Let everyone else go to Prague. European travel specialist Rick Steves recommends Hungary’s capital, a cosmopolitan, complex city.
Out-of-the-way location keeps vibrant, charming village from being trampled by tourists.
Get tickets for museums and other sights in advance through their websites. Or take guided tours or get sightseeing passes.
Enjoying the culture, food and sights of the Basque people’s “nation without a state” that straddles France and Spain.
Diamond in the rough has evocative sights, epic history and low prices.
Europe travel specialist Rick Steves takes a look at the fun-loving Danish capital, from counterculture neighborhoods to cutting-edge architecture
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,...