There’s no better vacation than touring the countryside, ogling magnificent medieval architecture, and sipping wine.
Parque Nacional Peneda-Gerês, the only national park in Portugal, is an under-explored destination unique in every way.
You don’t need to speak much Portuguese to recoil in horror when a scan of the booze aisle reveals “Licor de Merda.” Wait, what? “Liqueur of Poop”? Why would anybody drink that?
Where black-hatted witch doctors and fortune tellers offer to end a run of bad luck, protect customers from the evil eye, or boost performance in bed.
Here are our picks for the best places to enjoy fine food, delicious drinks, and glorious views in one of Europe’s prettiest—and sunniest—capitals.
A trip to the jungle doesn’t have to be primitive—you’ll go wild for these extravagant lodges!
This picturesque country boasts more than 500 miles of coastline.
This surprisingly affordable city is full of historic castles, beautiful parks, and gorgeous hotels.
Finding a place to stay during the Olympics can be tricky. Here's our guide to finding alternatives to overpriced hotels.
With its hilltop castle, rattling trams, stellar animal attractions, and a wide river flowing out to some seriously pretty beaches, the Portuguese capital is one of Europe’s best destinations for families.