If you are planning to travel to France with your family, your first thought might be of Paris or Provence, but you might want to consider a journey to the southwest of the country and the Dordogne region. The area offers . . .
Holiday Lettings, a TripAdvisor.com company, has asked if I would like to collaborate with them and share some guest posts on my blog. My first post for Holiday Lettings is about where to find unique tapas in Spain, written by . . .
Today I am thrilled to have a guest post from Claire of World Traveler in Training. Originally from North Delaware, Claire moved to Germany in February 2012 for a job at the University of Hamburg. Her parents are expats from the . . .
The best sights in Copenhagen when you travel with kids can be found all over the city. It seems everyone smiles at children, tries to entertain the crying baby, or shrugs their shoulders when your child inadvertently steps into . . .
Best Family Vacation to Scandinavia and the Baltics Every year our family tries to take a trip abroad, and when it came to choosing this year's destination, it came down to two things: 1) When we can travel? and 2) Where can we . . .
Barcelona is a beautiful city to explore. From the quaint alleyways and narrow streets that are built for wandering, to the wide open promenade that winds along its beaches, Barcelona draws you in and beckons you with its magic. . . .
Visiting Tuscany has been a dream of mine since I read the book Under the Tuscan Sun. After I read this book, I envisioned Tuscany as a patchwork of farmland, with rolling hills, quaint villages and of course vineyards. Lots and . . .
Florence is a magical city. The red clay rooftops, cobblestone streets, and piazzas around every corner enchant visitors once they step out the door of the train station. Artwork and architecture from some of the most renowned . . .
There is so much to discover in the magical land of Venice. When I think of Venice in spring time, I picture gondolas cruising the canals, people strolling in the piazzas, and colorful flowers overflowing from every window . . .