Simserhof in France offers a glimpse into WWII troops’ lives and the folly of war
Underground complex on France's eastern border is a cool escape from a hot day.
Snakes in hell: Divine Comedy gets graphic in Vicenza exhibit
The exhibition “Infernus,” by young Vicenza-born artist Leonardo Frigo runs through Aug. 31.
Family-friendly fun with dinosaurs awaits nearby RAF Lakenheath
A recent trip to the ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure theme park was the first time I’d seen this sense of normalcy in Britain since arriving in the midst of the pandemic.
Smoked beer and medieval history make Bamberg a memorable destination
Germany's famous for its beer, but a special brew from Bamberg attracts visitors from far and wide.
Hiking through history along Germany's longest river, the Rhine
Preparation helps for those who trek through history, test their fitness on a rigorous 8-mile stretch of the RheinBurgenWeg near Bad Salzig in Germany
Stories of roses and royals await at the Rosenhoehe
It’s a little early for the roses at Rosenhoehe in Darmstadt, but the park has more to see
Parco Giardino Sigurta stakes claim as Italy's top garden park
Parco Giardino Sigurta is arguably the most beautiful garden park in Italy.
Ironworks museum combines industry and art on a colossal scale
With its massive Industrial Revolution-era machines and science fiction movie set atmosphere, you would think that Voelklinger Huette was the birthplace of the steampunk trend.
Hike offers a close view of strange and wondrous red sandstone formations in Germany
Hiking, or “wandern” as it’s more whimsically called in German, is one of the few activities in Germany free of coronavirus restrictions.
As rainy day hikes near Stuttgart go, Horschbachschlucht is a good one
The endless German coronavirus lockdown has resulted in a mind-numbing blur of excursions to woody hiking trails for trudges through the muddy springtime slop.