Architecture Hall in Tirol Tyrol Austria

Hall: In the Shadow of Innsbruck

The former salt-mining center is a luxurious town with amusements for all ages, and medieval town center rich with history

At the City Hall Music Festival, people drink, munch, and mingle before the opera begins.

Austria Delights Music Lovers

For centuries, Austrians' passion for music has been heard in tiny town squares, Vienna's concert halls and Salzburg's Baroque churches

Fisherman casts off from the cliffs of Cape Sagres.

Cape Sagres

This windswept coast was once home to a navigators’ school that readied explorers for adventures in the New World

The band plays on in a small-town Czech bar few tourists would think to frequent.

Trebon: Yellow Lampposts and Czech Fly Paper

South of Prague but a world away, Trebon offers a glimpse of traditional Eastern Europe

The European Parliament, a towering complex of glass skyscrapers, has 785 members representing 28 countries and more than 450 million citizens.

Brussels: One of Europe’s Great Travel Secrets

The political center of Europe, this Belgian city is also home to art museums and delicious mussels with frites, of course

Fátima is one of Europe’s top pilgrimage destinations.  There are plenty of picnic benches, endless parking and desolate toilets for the masses.

Portugal: One Foot in the Past and One in the Future

While many things are changing in modern Portugal, the nation still holds steadfast to many traditions

A Turkish carpet could be the ultimate souvenir of your trip to Istanbul.

Buying a Carpet in Istanbul

A guide to types of Turkish carpets and techniques that go into making them

Locals prefer Turkish coffee without sugar, but first-timers often prefer to add sugar to make its powerful flavor a bit more palatable.

Getting Your Buzz with Turkish Coffee

Learn what makes this coffee unique and how to place an order for your own cup

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