A boat ride from Stavanger, Norway through the gorgeous Lysefjord is a fantastic way to explore the dramatic scenery, including Vagabond’s Cave and famous Pulpit Rock.
Climbing Tallinn’s old town walls, exploring tunnels and cycling to the iconic TV Tower are just some of the fun activities to try with your Tallinn Card.
Residents of most countries require a visa to travel to Russia, which can be time-consuming and expensive. Fortunately there’s one way around it: visiting on a cruise.
A fjord safari from Flåm is an amazing way to see Norway’s majestic fjords, which feature snow-capped peaks and waterfalls bursting out of every crevice.
Completed in the early 1400s, Poland’s Malbork Castle sprawls out over 52 acres and is considered the largest brick structure ever built with human hands.
France’s Burgundy region is famed for its wine production, which lures connoisseurs from around the globe. And the heart of it is the beautiful town of Beaune, home to the stunning Hôtel-Dieu.
Bronzed bodies soaking up the sun on glittering beaches. Amazing architecture. Evenings spent feasting on tapas. What’s not to like about Spain?
It could have been gorgeous St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the delicious gingerbread or confluence of three rivers. Whatever it was, Passau cast a spell on me.
Annecy, France boasts gorgeous mountain scenery, a 12th century castle, amazing food, and tiny canals leading to the crown jewel, the Palais de l’Ile.
Being one of the world’s best preserved medieval cities, it’s easy to feel like you’re stepping back in time when visiting Regensberg, Germany.