Considered the heart and soul of Central Europe, the majestic Danube River is over 1,700 miles long and travels through ten countries. From its origin in Germany’s Black Forest, to where it empties into the Black Sea, history has been made all along the shores of this scenic river, and rising from its banks are some of Europe’s most glorious cities.
During a trip to Israel last month, I had the opportunity experience Sandemans NEW Jerusalem Holy City Tour – an in-depth four-hour walking tour that takes you up onto the Temple Mount, one of the holiest of religious sites in the world.
AmaWaterway’s Gems of Southeast Europe River cruises are among my favorite travel experiences, so, last July, I took an AmaWaterways river cruise so I could visit Southeastern Europe, a part of Europe I I hadn’t been to.
Here is a run-down of our most popular posts about various honeymoon destinations this year. If you missed any, or are new to our blog, be sure and check them out! And let us know which are your favorites in the comment section below!
London is one of my favorite cities. It’s also a great base for daytrips into the surrounding countryside. Here are seven of my favorite London daytrips. You may want to consider them for your next trip!
More than 1,300 years ago, Vikings sailed their longships along Europe’s waterways on voyages of exploration and discovery. Today, travelers are again exploring Europe’s rivers, and one of the most scenic rivers to sail upon is the Rhône in southern France.
Since Maui is a dream destination for so many honeymooners, I thought I’d share a few of this island’s most enchanting experiences.
Wondering what you can do there? You can…
Planning your honeymoon can be overwhelming if you don’t know where you want to go or which destinations fit your budget. Here are five questions to ask yourself before you do anything else.
When Scotland’s royals needed a break from the political intrigue of busy Edinburgh, they retreated to Linlithgow Palace, a regal getaway just 15 miles west of the city along the road linking Edinburgh with Stirling.
From hilltop citadels to turreted palaces, Scotland is renowned for its iconic castles. Whether you’re interested in romantic ruins, imposing fortresses or tiny, hidden gems, each and every castle– and there are some 3,000 of them — has an intriguing tale to tell.