Europe sits entirely in the Nothern Hemisphere, bordered by Asia to the east, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West. From bustling, culture-driven cities to stunning alpine regions and beyond, the continent is a heady mix of history, architecture, and natural beauty just waiting to be explored.
The waterfalls of Iceland are known around the world. But which are worth seeing on your visit to the Land of Fire and Ice? From the Westfjords to the south coast, here are 11 incredible Iceland waterfalls.
Pasta is big business in Italy! Over 50 percent of the population eats pasta every day and no European country can match the Italian appetite! Want to experience pasta the Italian way? Get the lowdown on this cultural phenomenon right here.
Rolling hillsides, mountain ranges and sundrenched coastlines make Spain a wonderful destination for travel, and such a landscape has also resulted in some of the world’s finest wines. With only France and Italy producing more fermented grape juice worldwide, it’s time to push those European cousins aside and celebrate Spanish wine in all its moreish glory.
Many of Iceland’s traditional foods have been regarded as outlandish and bizarre by most standards, in part due to origins from the Viking age. Fermented shark? Preserved ram’s testicles? Sheep’s head? That’s hardcore stuff. Here are eight foods that’ll intrigue you.
Iceland has taken steps to make travel easier for incoming tourists, easing travel restrictions for those who meet certain entry requirements. Here’s what to know about the country’s protocols as of November 2021.
As many countries in Europe continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, travel shows signs of restarting. Slovenia has recently taken steps to make its cities and tourist sites feel safer for visitors. Here’s how it’s gearing towards a new normal.