10 Emerging Places to Visit in Europe For a Crowd-Free Vacation By Jamie Ditaranto This article was originally published by Smarter Travel. As the relentless crowds flock to major tourist sites in cities like Paris and Venice, travelers need to face the truth—we’re wearing each other (and the cities we’re visiting) out. It’s
I have been to Paris twice. It is a wonderful city to visit, and there's almost too much to see and do. My advice is to always get off the beaten track. Of course, you should see the Eiffel Tower, visit all the museums and churches you've always wanted to visit.
Probably just about every person who's visited the country has contemplated, at least for a moment, moving to France. It's the glimpses of everyday life that are so appealing. The mother hurrying her lollygagging child to school, people stopping at the market each day to pick out the food for dinner,
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
We are in the process of getting ready for our trip to France. We have our airline and train tickets, we've booked the hotels, we've watched all 8 episodes of Rick Steves' France DVD, we have our shots, and our passports are not in any danger of expiring soon. One of