The Spanish city of Barcelona is a mix of fascinating architecture, wonderful art, mouthwatering dining and active nightlife. To say there is something for everyone may be a cliché — but it’s also the truth.
Spain may be best known for its sun, sandy beaches and sangria, but beyond its seaside resorts and lively cities there is a natural paradise many travelers never discover.
The dense urban area between the Rhine and Neckar rivers is built on a simple grid system sometimes referred to as the Mannheim Quadrate. So finding your way around becomes an almost elementary task.
In Karatsu, the tuna is so fresh it’s still swimming.
It may be summer, but a step inside Luxembourg’s National Museum of Military History in Diekirch transports you to a colder place and time.
At Tongbok Market in Pyeongtaek, boisterous street vendors compete for customers’ attention as a unique blend of aromas fill the air.
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