Madeira is quite a popular destination among European travelers. Known as "the Hawaii of Europe" or
In a village called La Celle en Provence, there is a 12th century Benedictine convent. Alain Ducasse took over the property and transformed it into the centerpiece of hospitality, heritage and fine dining.
If you think your layover isn't long enough to see the beauty of Copenhagen, think again. Here is what you can see, eat and do in this electric Nordic town!
The Mediterranean Coast of southeastern France boasts its authenticity and luxury. The stunning beaches, food, and views are to die for.
Here is every reason you need to go to Barcelona solo. I did not know the names of the places I constantly saw in photographs, I did not know any of its famous streets, and certainly knew nothing about the restaurants. Coming to Barcelona, I was really an explorer. Little did I know, this was the perfect setup for a solo trip. Allow me to plead my case.
[Hopefully] by now you are asking yourself the how, what, where, when, and why. How do I get there? What is that? Where is that? When can I go? and Why am I not there yet? Follow me Iceland - only five hours away from NYC, on a direct flight. You can go there for just two-three days. It is the perfect weekend getaway. So I encourage you to, please, do what I did: take a friday off and book your flight to Iceland for a weekend. Now, let's get down to business.
Paris in 3 days; from 3 Star Michelin dining to fine tea collections and stunning views of the Eiffel Tower - follow me from the Louvre to Versailles
Düsseldorf , Nice, Cannes, St.Tropez, Monte Carlo, Avignon. 4 Days.
Some cities are perfect for long layovers. Amsterdam is one of them.