Munich to Merano and Back

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The Italians call Munich the northernmost Italian city, so why not start your trip to South Tyrol, Italy there? The Dolomites are just a stunning drive away from Germany.

Warsaw’s Missing Beauty

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How could an undeniably beautiful city like Warsaw be appointed the ugliest in Europe, asks Terje Raa

How to Travel Like a Local in Bavaria

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Many people go to Munich, but not many explore the greater region of Bavaria. Claire Hart explains not only why Bavaria deserves more attention, but also how to fit in with the Bavarians when you go.

European 2010 Capitals of Culture: 3 Worthwhile Stops on Your Europe Itinerary

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Andy Hayes takes us on a tour of the 2010 designated European Capitals of Culture – 3 cities that would be excellent additions to any trip through Europe.

Driving Rock & Roll Tour Trucks in Europe: What a Way to Travel

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Travel junkies are always looking for occupations that will have them hopscotching across the globe & getting paid for it. Barnaby Davies reminds us of a travel-rich profession many of us forget: rock & roll trucking.

7 of the Most Luxurious Ski Resorts in Europe

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Have buckets of cash and want to do a bit of skiing without having to worry about the wannabe celebrities who are jamming up all the North American ski resorts? Andy Hayes gives you 7 of the finest options for luxury and skiing in Europe.

Driving in Europe: Observations From a First Timer

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Driving around Europe is quite different for North Americans, as Claudia M. Laroye found out on a recent trip.

17 May – Norway’s National Day – and Russ

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Anne-Sophie Redisch tells you about the Norwegian national day 17 May and the lusty celebrations of the Russ

Markets of Europe: In Photos

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Visiting the various markets throughout Europe is a joy for almost anyone. Writer and photographer Dana McMahan takes us on a tour of some of the best, in pictures.

Six Places in Europe You’ve Never Thought of to Go Wine Tasting

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Wine lovers heading to Europe usually concentrate on France, Italy, and Spain, but those willing to dig a bit deeper will find many more options. Eileen Smith points out some of the more interesting of them.