Travel to Europe

Traveling to Europe is a chance to see some of the most cultured cities in the world. Europe also boasts fine dining, historic castles and ruins, unique festivals, and adventure activities such as skiing and mountain climbing. Some of the most popular travel destinations are in Europe, including the United Kingdom. Continental destinations include France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece, and many others.

The strong infrastructure and relatively small size of many countries allows travelers to visit multiple European destinations in a single trip. The Channel Tunnel provides easy transportation between England and France, and train travel is also simple among many mainland countries. Most European countries accept the Euro, which alleviates the need for timely and confusing currency exchange.

Explore Europe

Traveling to Europe is often easier to plan than travel to other destinations, but the sheer volume of sights to see can be overwhelming. Below we provide links to a few great travel guides to Europe as a whole. They can help you decide which countries to visit. If you already know your destination, click a country above to find more specific information.

Recent Blog Posts about Europe

5 Must-See Coastal Destinations in the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean coast is brimming with incredible sites, cultures, food, and experiences. To help you plan your vacation, here are 5 must-see sites on the Mediterranean coast that you can plan your trip around. Barcelona, Spain Barcelona is a two-thousand-year-old city. It was the economic and political center of the Western Mediterranean during the Medieval […]

germany travel guide

Germany Travel Guide

The Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago and the country’s tourism rates have been going up ever since. Germany is dynamic, vibrant, and varied, both geographically and demographically. Multiethinic, mutilcultural, and multi-faceted, the country’s high-tech railroads and modern architecture harmoniously co-exist alongside ancient forests and medieval villages. There is truly something for everyone in […]


Beyond Stonehenge: Mystical Henges and Stone Circles

Most travelers, whether adventurers or arm-chair tourists, are very familiar with Stone Henge, an ancient site in Wiltshire, England, best known for its unique megalithic circle of stones. The term “henge” actually refers to the ditch and bank of earth that surrounds the stone circles, which date back to 2500 BC. Stone Henge Stonehenge (Photo […]

Taste Porto with Taste Porto Food Tours – Foodie Friday

Yay! Today we’re kicking off a new Foodie Friday column! What better way to get to know a culture than to try their food? Plus…I love to eat. So without further ado, here goes our first installment. Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal; the only city larger is Lisbon, the capital.  It’s famous for […]

Four Exciting Events for Your Trip to London

While the vast metropolis holds numerous attractions for all who visit, certain locations hold special events that make a London trip more memorable. These events allow guests to explore the city in greater depth and gain a more intimate insight into a variety of areas. Here are four of those events for your trip to […]

Central Market in Riga, Latvia

Visit the Central Market in Riga, Latvia

During Riga tours make it a point to visit the Central Market located in the Old Town area. The beauty of this vast place is that you will get almost all things under one roof. The market by itself is the largest one in the Baltic region and one of the biggest in the World. […]

Woonbootmuseum, Amsterdam

Been to Amsterdam? Did You Discover…

As one of the most cherished tourist destinations on earth, Amsterdam isn’t exactly an ‘off the beaten path’ location.  Yet despite having been heavily trafficked and well defined in guidebooks over the years, there is still a wide array of hidden gems to be found within the city.  They range from unique art to surprising […]

Fjord in Norway by willemgo on Flickr

Explore Norway Through Its Popular Attractions

Renowned for its interesting natural landscapes, Norway is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the Northern Europe. Spread over an area of 385, 252 sq kms with holding population of around 5 million, this country is known to be the second least densely populated country in Europe. It is also one the members […]

The World’s Most Idyllic Stargazing Spots for the Romantic

There are probably more than a thousand ways and things to do to show or express romanticism. But there are few wonderful things that most people really enjoy and look forward to. Some of them people even wish to do before they die. A glimpse of sunset by the bay is adorably idyllic. The sea […]

Eating stroopwafels

The Netherlands and Amsterdam: What the Dutch Won’t Tell You Before Visiting

The Netherlands is a country that attracts many tourists every single year. Amsterdam attracts more than 3 million visitors anually! There are many beautiful landmarks to visit in this peaceful and culturally rich part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, but when a tourist arrives they find certain things that could be labeled as strange […]

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