Beach destinations can be pricey. Some are expensive simply due to a higher cost of living or stronger currency, while the price of some is driven by popularity. If you're looking for a lower cost beach vacation, check out these beach destinations that offer a cheaper experience .
Christmas Markets are part of the holiday in Europe, but the one in Budapest doesn't usually get promoted. Cristina Puscas is here to give you a 2-day itinerary for visiting the Christmas Markets in Budapest.
People plan trips around many activities: food, hiking, biking, extreme sports, and religious festivals, to name a few. Many people plan RTW travel around historical sites , a good way to understand the history of the places visited and and learn about bygone eras. Historical sites can mean many different things. But if you’re looking […]
Eastern Europe is filled with newly-popular destinations, and you might not think getting from place to place would be complicated, but it usually is. Cristina Puscas is a native travel writer who offers expert advice on how to do it cheapest and best.
Festivals in Europe are great because you can shop, eat local foods, listen to music and make friends…all in the same place and at the same time. Cristina Puscas guides you around 10 of the best festivals and events in Europe.
Most travelers cringe at the idea of yet another volcano messing up their vacation plans and grounding planes. And then, there are the other travelers who love adventure and would do anything to hike an active volcano, take photos of the lava flow and live dangerously, at least for a while. Here are some of the most active volcanoes on earth, and how you can get up close.
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Portland is the largest city in Maine. It is also the state’s cultural, social and economical capital. The city’s seal depicts a phoenix which goes hand in hand with the city’s motto: Resurgam (I will rise again). Portland is a small seaside city, with shops, museums, galleries and many things to do. And by the way: did you know that Portland, Oregon was named after Portland, Maine?