Author John Freeman Gill takes Fodor’s on an urban safari.
A 26-year friendship that formed in a barber’s chair would later create an endearing Picasso museum in a small Spanish town.
All of the people in your party have died.
From rugged hikes around volcanic craters on La Palma to kitesurfing, windsurfing or diving on Fuerteventura—or perhaps just lazing about on the beaches of Gran Canaria—these islands offer a diversity of recreational fun and Spanish culture. Yet the Canaries weren’t always in the hands of the mighty Spanish.
Visiting Rome is a no-brainer. But the Roman Empire stretched far beyond Italy, with amazing sights you can still see today.
A big part of experiencing a new place can be sensory, and tactile interaction can give an unfamiliar city a sense of personal context.
Bet you thought we didn’t have the guts to run this article. But this list is going tibia okay.
These abodes once belonging to some of history’s most interesting people can you yours for the night. If only the walls could talk.
The Shannon’s hidden tales of mythical monsters, an abandoned medieval village, ruined monasteries, and one of Europe’s oldest pubs can be navigated by water or road.
The Italian government is giving away over 100 ancient properties to owners who agree to turn them into tourist facilities.