Hiking the trails of Costa Brava, Spain, enjoy visiting medieval villages, the coastal Camino de Ronda path, a castle hotel, and the great food and culture of Catalonia.
The Palau de la Musica and the Hospital of Sant Pau, designed in the Catalan Modernisme style by Lluís Domènech i Montaner, are Unesco World Heritage sites.
Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, their buildings and plant collections, combine to form a unique testimony to 18th Century landscape garden design. Garden art and botanical science utilized here were subsequently diffused around the world.
The assemblage of historical buildings at Greenwich represents the height of Neo Classical English architecture and English maritime achievement. Greenwich is designated a Unesco World Heritage site.
Calling the Swedish site of Birka a Viking village requires a lot of imagination, because, well, unless you're an archeologist willing to do some digging, there's not much to see in Birka.
Whether arriving in Trondheim Norway via one of the St. Olav Pilgrim routes or otherwise, the city deserves a few days visit. Here are things to do and suggested Trondheim hotels and restaurants.
Our favorite day hikes in Sweden. These top hiking trails in Scandinavia offer great scenery and routes for various abilities. Read on for where to stay and eat when trekking in Jämtland Sweden and into Norway.
A self-guided bike tour of Stockholm is a great way to take in everything the city has to offer: historic neighborhoods, parks, public art, and great views.
The Plantin Moretus Museum in Antwerp, Belgium holds a distinction. It’s the only museum in the world that is a Unesco World Heritage site. An extensive museum of the printing arts, including a Gutenberg Bible and books illustrated by Rubens and Bruegel the Elder.
The definitive Camino de Santiago packing list: all the incidental gear and other tips you're going to want for walking the Camino de Santiago.