Europe


Updated on: 03/8/19The following is a guest post by The Serenity Journal. Halfway between Iceland and Scotland you'll find the Faroe Islands – 18 small, unspoiled islands populated by more sheep than people. The Faroe Islands are a nature lover's paradise. Here you find amazing landscapes, incredible rock formations, rugged peaks, beautiful waterfalls, lush valleys and tiny villages with the most adorable turf houses. Despite its lack...

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Updated on: 03/6/19The following is a guest post from Travel Kiwis. I guess you are getting excited and maybe a little nervous too. You know this year you are finally going to tick off, your bucket list dream of visiting Italy. You can’t wait. You’re nervous. You want everything to be perfect, just like in the movies. But you have a dilemma, where do I start, what is the best city or town to see in Italy, where can I have the ultimate...

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Updated on: 03/19/19Let me tell you about my favorite village in Switzerland. No, my favorite village in Europe. Wait, no. My favorite village in the world. I take this phrase in the highest regard, because Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland, is the kind of place you have to see to believe. I've been twice, and will go every single time I am in Switzerland. In this one, I'm going to convince you to do the same. The Lauterbrunnen Valley is...

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Updated on: 02/12/19The following is a guest post from Wandering Feathers. Where can you find picturesque cliffsides, red-tiled roofed buildings, and romantic old towns all in one place? Simple, the Dalmatian Coast. The Dalmatian Coast is a 200-mile stretch of Croatian coastline from Zadar to Dubrovnik. The charming old towns that made this region famous owe their origins to the many Mediterranean empires, including Venice and Greece....

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Updated on: 02/11/19The following is a guest post by A Wandering Web. “Don’t drink water, drink only beer!” declared Bishop Arnold, now the Patron Saint of Beer. He was speaking to people in his Belgian village during an outbreak of the plague in medieval times. Saint Arnold believed the water to be contaminated. He just might have been right because after his statement, the disease was stopped in its tracks. Belgian's love of beer...

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Updated on: 02/1/19The following is a guest post by the Portugalist. Lisbon is a city that’s hot on everyone’s itineraries, and it’s easy to see why. It’s affordable, the weather is normally fantastic, and the people are incredibly welcoming. There are so many things to do in Lisbon, Portugal, as well. Maybe there’s even a little too much. A complete list of the top things to do in Lisbon would span several pages, but this list is a...

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