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10 South American Desserts for Every Type of Sweet Tooth

These cornmeal pancakes are just sweet enough to qualify as a dessert, although many Colombians will eat them for breakfast, stuffed with cheese, …

Beyond tacos: eight ingredients you didn’t know came from Mexico

14/08/2015<p><i>Signature Mexican exports such as tacos, enchiladas and guacamole are famous across the globe, but the country’s richly varied cuisine has</i> …

An ‘outback’ like no other on Earth

Its national parks encompass awe-inspiring glaciers and sawtooth peaks, granite massifs and verdant forests. South America’s trademark camelids – the …

Your Guide to Costa Rica

Where to stay and what to do in Costa Rica.<p>With affordable accommodation, exceptional scenery, a beautiful coastline, and limitless adventure …

Central America

Top 10 Most Beautiful Caribbean Beaches

Shoal Bay, Anguilla<p>Once a secret hideaway, Anguilla has come into its own as a Caribbean hot spot for Hollywood starlets and honeymooners alike. …

Vancouver North Shore

5 Spots to Check Out While in Lucca, Tuscany

Must Visit Spots in Lucca<p>If you are planning to go to Tuscany, Italy you should consider skipping Pisa and opt to visit Lucca, a beautiful 60,000 …

Italy

15 unforgettable things to do in Tuscany | Travel Feature

Tuscany harbours the classic landscapes of Italy, familiar from a thousand Renaissance paintings, with its backdrop of medieval hill-towns, rows of …

Best Cafes and Coffee Houses in Vienna !

The Vienna coffee house is an institution which dates back more than three centuries to 1685 and which has since then become an intrinsic part of …

European Travel

Discover

Sixteen years after the launch of Light Blue, master perfumers Olivier Cresp and Alberto Morillas create new chapters in the ever-expanding novel of …

Underwater Stonehenge: Huge monument made by ancient civilisation discovered off coast of Sicily

Archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the remains of a massive man-made monument built by an ancient civilisation that serves a …

Archaeology

An Historic Stroll through Dracula's Home: Sighisoara, Romania

Sighisoara, in Romania's Transylvania region, is a picturesque city with winding streets and spiky towers, centered around a medieval fortified city …

Caponata napoletana

Italian cookery can be confusing. As we’ve talked about before, it’s highly regional and even local, so much so that some people say that there is no …

Italian Food

Italy's New Ghostbusters

For hundreds of years — for twice as long as Manhattan has even existed — this place flourished as a bustling center for fabric-dying and wool-making …

Italy

Zero-energy Casa Rosset boasts fantastic views of the Italian Alps

De Carlo Gualla Architects designed Casa Rosset, a mountainside home that generates all of its energy through onsite renewable sources. Located in …

Italy

Here's the Best Way to Explore Europe's Secret Villages

Bolgheri, Italy<p>The Viale dei Cipressi, a three-mile road flanked by over 2,500 cypress trees (the only vegetation local buffalo don’t eat), leads …

Live Like Hollywood Royalty At Italy's Palazzo Margherita

<b>CHECKING IN</b> <b><br>Overview</b> <br>Close your eyes and consider a southern Italian hilltop town. The men sit outside and chat, the gelato store is always open, and the table red tastes just fine. Not a bad visual. Now, open to reveal a grand and dreamy 19th-century palazzo in the city of Bernalda, a remote town …

Italy

Places to stay on Ile de Ré, France: four of the best

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France

European Vacation -- in Philadelphia!

None of the friends I told about going to see Philadelphia's Rodin Museum this month knew it was there. I confess I hadn't either until fairly recently, but once I did, I was determined to visit.<p>On my first trip to Paris years ago, French friends had recommended <i>the</i> Rodin Museum along with other …

Some of London's most iconic buildings are opening their doors to the public

LONDON — Open House London, the city's annual open access architecture festival, returns for its 23rd year this September, offering a peek behind …

12 behind-the-scenes pictures from London's best restaurants

You may have noticed that we relaunched our list of London's 100 best restaurants earlier this week. To celebrate the occasion, we've invited some of …

England

Top 10 Tips for Capturing the Spirit of Paris

By College Tourist; Author: Alex Mathews, Davidson College<p><b>Paris, with its charming streets, classic cafes, and sophisticated culture: this magical city will make you never want to leave.</b><p>I spent six magical weeks exploring this capital city and find myself coming back for even more. Follow these 10 …

The Insider's Guide to Exploring the Canal St Martin in Paris

The Canal St. Martin has always attracted visitors and an eclectic group of Parisians, combining a quaint, off-the-beaten path quality with the …

15 crazy facts about one of New York's most exclusive buildings

The late-19th-century Dakota building is one of Manhattan's most mysterious and exclusive residences.<p>Stories of ghost sightings have loomed around the building — located at 72nd Street and Central Park West — for years.<p>But even more intimidating than its rumors of hauntings is the Gothic-style …

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