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10 Things to Do in Glasgow

The host of this year's Commonwealth Games (held in the city from July 23rd to August 3rd), Glasgow is a dynamic, energetic city whose sights may not be as immediately attractive as those of its rival city Edinburgh, but which still present a certain charm...

Tacky Tourist Souvenirs to Take Home

When on vacation, you're posed with endless decisions to make: from which bikini to wear to what chilled beverage to opt for. As everyone knows, though, one of the biggest, most pressing matters you face when visiting somewhere new is what you should bring back! You...

20 Stunning European Castles

If you like castles, you'll love Europe, where these architectural wonders are so commonplace that you can even casually buy one (see here). As opposed to palaces, which were typically built in lavish style and designed as royal residences, castles were fortified structures built with...

How To Enjoy A Summer In Rome: Katie Parla’s Tips

A Rome-based food and travel journalist, Katie Parla knows how to enjoy a summer in Rome. Creator of Parla Food, Katie makes sure she finds the best meals, restaurants and food everywhere she travels. Originally from New Jersey, she moved to Rome in 2003 first...

15 Travel Photos You Wish You Had Taken

By now we figured you know we love travel and we also love travel photos. Browsing around the web we found these photos that absolutely fascinated us and we wanted to share them with you. We used Instagram and EyeEm to find these gems and...

Bands Currently Touring in Europe

We're currently in the prime of both travel and music festival season, so we thought we'd go ahead and and take the liberty of showing you where the music hot spots are in Europe this summer. Europe has been renowned for its musical talent—producing global...

Sydfyn, Denmark

Photos by: Guiie Sandgaard Ferrer Camera: Canon 600D DSLR. Photos taken June and July 2014 Find him on Twitter or Facebook. These photos were taken in the archipelago of Sydfyn (more specifically in Thurø, Tåsinge and Svendborg) south part of the island of Fyn in Denmark. Winter is pretty hard and...

Spotlight: Belgium

Happy National Day, Belgium! On this day in 1831, Leopold I became the first monarch of Belgium (which had just gained its independence from the Netherlands the previous year). Today, Belgium is one of the most culturally rich countries in Europe, and, despite its Dutch...

European Real Estate: Save or Splurge

When it comes to real estate, Europe is a mixed bag---prices are notoriously high in the big cities (a tiny flat in London will set you back on average £458,000/$800,000), while it's possible to buy an entire castle for the same price in certain Eastern European...

7 Amazing Cocktail Bars in Europe

Tripping through Europe is amazing for a lot of reasons but cocktail culture isn't always an obvious one. All over the world the resurgence of craft cocktails, small-batch local distilleries, and a strong leaning towards vintage libations is attracting aficionados to some unlikely spots. Here...