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Rome

By Michael Tulipan

Rome

Rome once was the center of the most powerful empire in the world. Today, with its open air archaeological sites, stunning art collections and religious shrines, the city remains true…

Venice

By Michael Tulipan

Venice

With its quaint canals, breathtaking views and incredible art, the magical city of Venice has proven an irresistible draw for generations of travelers. Venice is divided into six sestieri (districts)…

Barcelona

By Michael Tulipan

Barcelona

The vibrant Spanish city of Barcelona is a study in dichotomy, a place with two distinct languages, split between a modern metropolis and a gothic past, business savvy by day…

Tallinn

By Glenn & Anne McCullom

Tallinn

Just 50 miles south of Finland, Tallinn, home to nearly 500,000 people, has some of the best-preserved medieval architecture in all of Europe with red-roofed castles, metal-tipped spires and narrow…

Paris

By Olivia Mark

Paris

For centuries, Paris has been seducing visitors from around the world. Thankfully, even as this tantalizing city remains one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, Paris has been basically…

Kusadasi, Turkey

By Rachel Vigoda

Kusadasi, Turkey

Sunshine, sandy beaches, seaside cafes and souvenir shops, complemented by a king’s ransom of hands-on history, combine to make the city of Kusadasi, Turkey, an ideal vacation destination. Located on…

Biking the Mosel River

By Dennis Coello

Biking the Mosel River

While almost all of Europe is friendlier terrain for cyclists than the United States, there’s one route that is the hands-down best – the paved, mostly flat and winding cycle…

Korcula, Croatia

By Jelena Kopanja

Korcula, Croatia

Croatia has secured its well-deserved place on the top of summer destination lists in large part due to the popularity of “Adriatic jewel” Dubrovnik. Yet lesser known are the numerous…

County Kerry, Ireland

By Elizabeth Dolski

County Kerry, Ireland

When you close your eyes and think of Ireland, the image your mind evokes is County Kerry, whether you know it or not. County Kerry is the quintessential Ireland, an…

Reykjavik

By Michael Tulipan

Reykjavik

Not nearly as remote as you think, Iceland features both a gorgeously rugged landscape and a buzzing cosmopolitan city. And due to the recent economic crisis, it’s…

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path,…

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