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Europe

Europe is a continent brimming with history, culture, and natural beauty, just waiting to be discovered. From bustling cities to picturesque villages,  from rugged mountaintops to sunny beaches, the Old-Continent has something for everyone. Be sure to wander off the beaten path and seek out those hidden gems that are waiting to be discovered. You never know what you might find, but one thing is for sure: it will be an experience that you’ll never forget.

Are you planning on visiting Scotland soon? To get you started, here are some films, novels, and series set in the northern half of Britain that feature Scotland at the center of their stories.
Looking for a wine bar or a typical taverna? These cafés and restaurants in Seville are sure to provide an authentic and yummy experience. Bon appétit!
Dive into the colorful and vibrant world of Brighton, a seaside resort town that’s a rainbow-striped beacon for the LGBTQ community.
London has an undeniable allure. Here’s a list of places to see the city from every angle.
Scotland castles are at the heart of the country’s clans, legends, battles and ghosts. Here are a few stops to discover them!
The Irish pub offers a complete immersion in Irish culture and traditions. Prepare for your experience with this short pub guide!
It’s possible to take part in guided tours based on the Outlander series. Here are a few must-see places if you too have fallen under Claire and Jamie’s spell.
From whisky pubs to world-class museums, legendary concert halls and vibrant architecture, here are the top things to do in Glasgow, Scotland.
From Scotland tales to Ireland legends, folklore from Gaelic traditions have been entertaining tourists and locals for several centuries now.
See how to visit Downton Abbey, aka Highclere Castle, where most of the series was filmed as a day trip from London.
Here are a few ideas on how to make the most of the Alpine winter, even if you’re more of an “après-ski by the open fire” type.
Idyllic English market towns, peaceful seashores or cities with a medieval heritage, it’s all possible – and all within two hours of London’s main train stations.
Four restaurants that serve up some of the most iconic and authentic Greek food in touristy Santorini.
Out of the almost 500 UNESCO sites in Europe, here are 12 that, according to us, must be seen in a lifetime.
Whatever the season, here are our suggestions of things to do in Malaga, in the heart of Andalucia, and how to make the most of it.
Head south to this tranquil Spanish region, where the complex Moorish heritage blends perfectly with idyllic beaches and delicious tapas, not to mention surprisingly reasonable prices.
If you can only fit a single afternoon tea during your trip to London, make it one of these.
Explore below some of the best kept secrets and recommendations of our colleague Caroline, who was introduced to Lisbon and the poetry of saudade at an early age thanks to her Portuguese mother.
In the Tuscan village of Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, meet Wilma, a most charming Italian nonna, with whom you’ll tackle the ancestral know-how of Italian pasta.
Looking for the lesser-known yet most beautiful villages in Tuscany to visit next? We’ve got you covered with amazing places to travel to!
Welcome to the enchanting city of Évora, a captivating gem of the Alentejo region, with a picturesque landscape and a rich history.
Fado is Lisbon’s version of the blues and Senhor Vinho is known as one of the best places to hear this music live.
Where to find the most authentic Italian coffee in Rome, and most importantly, how to order coffee in Italy like a local.
Under-the-radar, next-door neighbour Emilia-Romagna swoops in as the next best destination in Italy with its emblematic culinary traditions, its long-standing wine heritage and its carefree attitude.
Here’s a dream itinerary for a French Riviera trip with your best friend, including beaches, historic towns, rooftop restaurants and more.
Don’t feel guilty for not attempting to see everything, there’s always more for the next trip to Paris. In the meantime don’t miss these 6 best things to see at the Louvre.
From the spectacular beaches of Cascais to the historical town of Sintra and the hidden beauties of Queluz, there are plenty of fun day trips from Lisbon!
Porto is an increasingly popular destination, and when you get there, it’s easy to see why. This multi-faceted city skillfully blends different worlds. Here, historic monuments span the centuries and will take you on a journey back in time.
Actress Julianne Côté, an epicurean traveler who feels particularly loyal to the City of Light, shares the places she loves to visit whenever she’s in Paris for a red carpet.
Aix-en-Provence combines the history and joie de vivre of a university town, just an hour by train from Marseille; here are just a few of the must-sees.
There are a host of natural parks in Europe, some of which are unknown to the public. Here are 5 nature destinations off the beaten track!
The second largest city in the European Union after London, Spain’s capital is made up of a mosaic of neighbourhoods that we love to explore on foot. Where to start? That’s easy. With our favourites!
From the historic cities of Zagreb and Zadar to the national parks of Plitvice Lakes and Krka, there’s something for everyone in Croatia.
As far as chatty residents go, you’d be hard-pressed to beat the Glaswegians, residents of beautiful Glasgow and Scotland’s underrated gem.
If you go to Paris and don’t binge on pastries… have you really visited Paris? We’ve rounded up some of the best bakeries in Paris for you to try.
A royal tour, hot on the heels of Prince Harry and Meghan’s hoopla-inducing May wedding. Here is our top 4 stops for London’s royal tour.
You may think all Rome attractions are crowded with tourists, but this city also has some truly unique things to see.
To help you plan your trip to Marseille, here are a few areas that are easy to explore on foot, from one end of the city to the other.
There’s a reason this is one of the most visited spots in Italy. Find out what you need to see with this curated Amalfi Coast itinerary.
Follow along on our suggested itinerary for your 24 hours in Athens packed with history and great culinary and cultural experiences!
Sifnos is not only the gastronomic capital of the Cyclades, but also a charming island with traditional villages and unspoilt beaches.
Believe it or not, but there is more to the Netherlands than its easy-on-the-eyes and hyped capital. Here are 5 day trips from Amsterdam to explore one of Europe’s tiniest countries.
Pastéis de Belém or Pastel de nata is the egg tart that you’ll find served all over Lisbon, Portugal, especially in one iconic place!
There are hundreds of Harry Potter locations across Britain worthy of a visit, but here’s a selection of the most accessible and magical.
There are all sorts of options that in luxury hotels and cafes, but our favorite is the afternoon tea at The Barbican Conservatory.
Porto, the belle of the north, presents a different face of the country. A village feel, with streets paved with black and white stone mosaics and hyper-local culinary delights.
Who says you have to spend a fortune to experience the British capital? Here are 5 cheap things to do in London that will convince you.
Fly to the french Alps all year round to discover the gastronomy, historical attractions and photogenic sights in this Lyon travel guide.
Is Portugal is Europe’s best-kept culinary secret? Find out the essential things to eat in Lisbon to properly taste Portuguese cuisine.
This Bordeaux travel guide will show you how this destination promises to suprises you with its unique culture, wine and gastronomy.