Ready to summer somewhere new? Pack your sunglasses and your best camera and start working your way through our list of alternative summer destinations. By Stine Gjevnøe Sørensen Skip the crowds this summer and try a road less traveled – and way more interesting. From the world’s highest-altitude capital city to an obscure
The annual Mercer Quality of Living index takes into account a multitude of factors, including economic and political environment, infrastructure, public transport, health, recreation and housing, to decide which cities are most desirable. Insert drum roll here. And the most liveable place in the world (for the eighth year in a
I've often wondered about this. I see it spelled both ways, and I decided to find out which is correct. I DuckDuckGo'ed it and Quora gave me a bunch of explanations. I discounted the answers that weren't from Scots, and the explanation seems to be that Edinburg is the correct way,
I finally broke down and spent more than $50 on a pair of walking shoes about 15 years ago. Living in New York, and doing a lot of walking while traveling, I found Ecco black leather slip ons to be worth every cent. I put a lot of miles on my
And they're non-stop. This is a great time to plan your trip to Europe, no matter where you live in North America. Many budget airlines have moved into the market, forcing the older established North American airlines to step up. Delta Is Adding a Ton of New Flights to Europe in 2018
Vueling has some great deals on flights within Europe. Click here to see them. Vueling EN I've never heard of Vueling. Please tell me more. I'm happy to. Vueling Airlines, S.A. is a Spanish low-cost airline based in Barcelona with hubs in Barcelona and Rome, Italy. Its name comes from the Spanish word
Autumn is the most beautiful season to see Europe in full colors. Stroll through the forests filled with golden foliage, enjoy harvesting time in the South of France or celebrate Halloween in Paris! Air France has terrific fall sale fares from major American cities to Europe. Click here for more information.
By Barbara Woolsey Travel can be a lot like dating. Sometimes there are pretty gratifying surprises, when you have chemistry with someone (or some place) that's totally, completely unexpected. But then there are times when you end up somewhere totally, unexpectedly awful and you think, "I wasted my time, money, and