Lisbon is brimming with history and culture. From fado music to port wine and hilltop castles to literary history, there’s so much to enjoy in this waterfront city. Here are nine great things to do in Lisbon, Portugal.
The states of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany are full of bustling cities, quaint villages, and pastoral landscapes, making the region perfect for a road trip.
You could spend ages wandering the city’s narrow streets, admiring its vine-covered terra cotta buildings, and eating all of the pizza and pasta, but if you don't have that kind of time, with a bit of planning (and a good pair of walking shoes), it’s entirely possible to see Rome’s main attractions and get a sense of the glory of the Eternal City in a couple days.
When visiting Sintra, you could either find yourself swept up in its enchanting landscape, or frustrated with its multitude of tourists. Here are five tips for making the most of your visit to Sintra, Portugal.
Most people choose to visit the island during the summer and enjoy the warm, Mediterranean paradise. However, those who visit when when the weather is colder are treated to the peace of this magical island. Whether hot or cold, here’s how to spend the day on Capri.
With a bit of planning and some flexibility, it’s entirely possible to get a well-rounded sense of the city in a couple days. The key is to balance sightseeing and relaxation. Here’s how to spend 48 hours in Barcelona, Spain.
Arriving in Prague is like wandering into a fairytale. The cobblestone streets are lined with pastel-colored buildings, their terracotta roofs and iron spires reaching toward the sky. Friendly pubs welcome you with 50 cent beers and comfort food.
The capital city of Norway is easy to get around, full of friendly locals, and surrounded by beautiful Scandinavian scenery.
Situated in the Iberian Peninsula where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Tagus River, Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon is known for its seafood, wine, fado music, and classic yellow cable cars. Its hilly landscape and waterfront location make for a breathtaking cityscape, and the friendly locals make you feel right at home.
At Christmastime, the glimmer of the Eternal City grows brighter and more magical.