Looking to get off the beaten track? Bad Kreuznach is a relaxing spa town in Germany.
Europe Travel - who can resist it?
What is it about Europe that gets the travel excitement buzzing through your veins? The baguettes in Paris (not to mention the champagne)? The Tuscan hills? The shopping in Milan? All of the above and more, of course.
From historical towns to alpine hiking, there are so many things to do in Europe it causes a hailstorm of travel excitement just thinking about it. It can also be overwhelming. Do you choose the out of the way island in Croatia or the tried-and-true tours of top sights in London and Paris? The Europe travel blog posts below will help you sort out where to go, where to stay and what to do there.
And don't miss my Top European Destinations post for a helpful overview of great places in Europe to visit.
Not everyone can walk for miles. Here is the best way to enjoy Paris with limited mobility.
Here’s what to expect at a German sauna, with tips on what – and what not – to do
Here’s a review of the 5-star Hotel Nassauer Hof, a luxury hotel in Wiesbaden, Germany, with a thermal water spa, a Michelin-star restaurant, Ente and a central location.
Follow my whirlwind tour and discover the top things to do in Krems, Austria, a historic city on the Danube River.
Thinking of doing a river cruise in Europe? I traveled on the Danube River from Passau, Germany, to Budapest, Hungary. Here’s my Viking River Cruise Danube Waltz review.
Explore the fascinating world of the Habsburg Empress Elizabeth of Austria in Vienna, better known as Sisi. It’s a unique way to explore this elegant European city.
Historic Shrewsbury, England, may be the most haunted town in England. It’s also one of the most interesting to visit.
Leukerbad, Switzerland, is a high altitude spa and ski town in the Swiss Alps with great hikes, hot springs and fewer crowds than Zermatt.
The home of port wine, the Douro Valley in northern Portugal is a great place to visit in autumn. Famous for its wine cultivation and remarkable scenery, it’s an easy day trip from Porto.