Western Europe: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 3/5

Western Europe: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 3/5

Picture this if you will. A day spent walking the modern streets of ancient cities, retracing the steps of prolific thinkers like Shakespeare and Austen. Or perhaps it’s easier to envision a morning spent sailing the Balkans, sun kissing your face as you plunge into crystal clear waters. Still not picturing it? Standing atop theRead More Western Europe: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 3/5

25 Best Places to Visit in Eastern Europe – Travel Video

Eastern Europe might not be everyone’s number one travel destination. Communist-era buildings, the conflicts in the 1990s and border disputes in recent years have meant much of the region has been overlooked by potential tourists. But with its patchwork of pretty, pastel-colored old towns, incredible ancient history, exciting nightlife, and nature from sprawling lakes toRead More 25 Best Places to Visit in Eastern Europe – Travel Video

🇮🇹 Venice Travel Guide 🇮🇹 | EVERYTHING You Need To Know Before You Go!

🇮🇹 Venice Travel Guide 🇮🇹  | EVERYTHING You Need To Know Before You Go!

Hi I’m Abi with Holiday Extras Travel Guides, and this time we’re in Venice! We’ll be giving you all the essential information to help you travel better. Covering tips on money, language, transport, and a few of the things we’ve learned along the way… but first here’s a bit about this unique city. Rising upRead More 🇮🇹 Venice Travel Guide 🇮🇹 | EVERYTHING You Need To Know Before You Go!

Taormina, Sicily: Cannoli with a View – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Taormina, Sicily’s most spectacular resort, hangs high above the Mediterranean. Its handy cable car provides access to the beach. Its dramatic setting has an understandable allure. One of Europe’s romantic, Old World resorts, it takes full advantage of its breathtaking perch. Taormina was a favorite aristocratic escape back in the 19th century. Today, it’s clearlyRead More Taormina, Sicily: Cannoli with a View – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Lisbon, Portugal: Food Tour – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Lisbon, Portugal: Food Tour – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Lisbon’s traditional market hall is our next stop and a joy to explore. Locals still shop here for the freshest ingredients, but as is the case all over Europe, modern buying habits are forcing these old-time markets to evolve. In order for the farmers’ stalls to survive, markets are adding high-energy food courts. Today, muchRead More Lisbon, Portugal: Food Tour – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

French Riviera: Monaco – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

French Riviera: Monaco – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Just below sits Monaco. With barely one square mile of territory, it’s one of the world’s smallest countries. Of its 30,000 residents, less than 10,000 are true Monegasques, as locals are called. Many of the rest call Monaco home because there’s no income tax. Despite overdevelopment, high prices and mobs of tourists, a visit hereRead More French Riviera: Monaco – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Porto, Portugal: Romantic Capital – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Porto, Portugal: Romantic Capital – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

The Douro River begins as a trickle in Spain, runs west through Portugal, and to the city of Porto, where it spills into the Atlantic. Porto, the town that gave the country and port wine its name, is the second-largest city in Portugal. And like second cities throughout Europe, Porto is a hardscrabble town withRead More Porto, Portugal: Romantic Capital – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Lisbon, Portugal: Old World Neighborhoods – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Lisbon, Portugal: Old World Neighborhoods – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

This is the Alfama, and it dates back over 1,000 years. Its tangled street plan survived the great quake of 1755, making this neighborhood a cobbled playground of Old World color. While new affluence and tourism is bringing inevitable change, bits of old character hang on. ♪♪ And people who’ve lived here all their livesRead More Lisbon, Portugal: Old World Neighborhoods – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Kraków, Poland: Rich History, Vibrant Culture – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Kraków, Poland: Rich History, Vibrant Culture – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

We start in Krakow. It’s like the Boston of Poland, a charming and vital city buzzing with history, college students and tourists. Even though Poland’s political capital moved from here to Warsaw 400 years ago, Krakow remains the country’s cultural and intellectual Center. The city’s history is rich, its sights are fascinating, and the pricesRead More Kraków, Poland: Rich History, Vibrant Culture – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Nazaré, Portugal: Beaches and Barnacles – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Nazaré, Portugal: Beaches and Barnacles – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite

Our first stop — the fishing town of Nazaré. We’re here in May, and the beach is all ours. While touristy in the summer, Nazaré offers a good look at how bits of traditional Portugal survive. ♪♪ The community faces its sweeping beach. People stroll the promenade. Old-timers enjoy the scene. Kids use the beachRead More Nazaré, Portugal: Beaches and Barnacles – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite