Europe Travel

Rural Romania: A land that time forgot

Romania is full of surprises and wonderful people. And as you leave the capital of Bucharest, it gets even better. In the Romanian countryside, the nation’s unique history and traditional culture live on vividly.

Travel among epochs while roaming in Rome

Within Rome's ancient walls, just 12 miles around, lie many of the city’s iconic gems: the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain. We walked nearly everywhere, moving between epochs in a matter of minutes.

Luther's moment approaches: Oct. 31 marks 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation

For the world’s roughly 800 million Protestants, a small corner of eastern Germany is their spiritual home — a place that takes on added importance this year, the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

Tiny island nation of Malta deserves more than just a stopover

For travelers today, Malta’s proximity to Europe’s glamour destinations is a definite plus, if not a widely appreciated one. Often experienced as a day stop on Mediterranean cruises, Malta greatly rewards a longer stay.

europe quick trips

Schloss Vollrads offers wine, food and a fine ambience

Situated near the top of an impressive hill overlooking the small town of Oestrich-Winkel, Germany, and the Rhine River, Schloss Vollrads is a medieval and renaissance palace complex that is now gaining renown as a producer of good Riesling.

europe after hours

Dunkin' Donuts in K in Lautern delivers predictability

The new K in Lautern location delivers on what makes Dunkin’ a stateside fixture — a solid array of coffees, a case full of colorful, attractive doughnuts and a few other breakfast foods.

festivals and events

Festivals & events, November 2017

As winter approaches, events in Europe are still sizzling. Here's a sampling of what's on for Nov. 2017.

see more travel stories
see more travel stories
see more