This November, Fodor’s traveled north to Reykjavik to capture the soul and sounds of Iceland Airwaves, the country’s preeminent musical event.
New Year’s Eve is unequivocally the worst holiday in the world.
Eating grapes, wearing polka dots, or burning scarecrows might be weird New Year’s Eve traditions to some, but centuries-old customs to others.
Christmas is built on a foundation of nightmares.
You can celebrate the holidays however you want.
Christmas in Paris is an elegant, low-key affair focusing on food, family, and community.
These curious customs help Scandinavians get through the months-long winter darkness.
Full of fire and ice, festivals are highlights of the year in Japan.
The sights, the smells, the lights, that feeling of Christmas in the air—there’s something unequivocally delightful about strolling through a festive marketplace during the holiday season.
Some towns kick it up a notch (or three) when it comes to heralding the Christmas season.