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A Nashville Spot Serving Bar Food That Is Anything but Standard

Wood-roasted rabbit sliders. Chesapeake Bay oysters. Osetra caviar. This is not your typical bar food.<p>Black Rabbit, which opened in November in downtown Nashville, is the latest brainchild of the local chef Trey Cioccia. He and his business partner Robert Compton fell in love with an 1890s brick …

Farmhouses

Spain's Best Kept Secrets- 15 Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of Spain

The beauty of Spain lies in its sleepy, forgotten corners. This is where the real drama unfolds- mesmerizing sights and timeless heritage. If you’ve …

Plan the Perfect Weekend in Nashville

This versatile city offers much more than bar-hopping and country music.<p>With its iconic music scene and central location, it’s no wonder Nashville has become a prime spot for party weekends and girlfriend getaways. But spend a couple days here and you’ll find that its “Nashvegas” nickname and the …

Tulips & Windmills - Amsterdam to Antwerp

Day 1 - Amsterdam<p>Arrive at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.<p>Day 2 - Amsterdam<p>The laid-back, forward-thinking Dutch …

Five Places to Go in Nashville

There’s a spark of energy that shows no sign of slowing down in Nashville’s Wedgewood- Houston neighborhood. Situated a few blocks south of the city’s downtown, the area was long a run-down part of town with warehouses, factories and garages. Today, artists, musicians and other creative types are …

Sculpture

Germany's top 10 travel destinations in 360 degrees

The German National Tourist Board asked tourists from abroad to vote for their favorite attractions in Germany in 2017. Here are the Top 10 in …

A Photo Tour of Bruges, Between Old Houses, Tiny Streets and Canals

Posted at 23:53h in Cities, Culture and Art by Simon 16 Comments<p>Between old houses, tiny streets and the canals… A photo tour of Bruges<p>Often …

A weekend break in... Bruges

Why go now?<p>The Christmas Market in Bruges brings energy and glitter to the centre of this wonderful medieval city. It is up and running now and continues until January 3. Like all Christmas markets it has something of the feel of a fairground, but there are some good-quality craft items and artisan …

Beautiful Dinant

For a wonderful, relaxing weekend try Dinant. It has great architecture, great views from the fortress on top of the mountain and great food. Sit a …

5 Unmissable Amsterdam Experiences

So what makes Amsterdam so special? Actually, the city shouldn’t really exist. It was dragged out of marshy bogs, dried and carved into the place we …

Points of Interest in Dresden Germany | A Guide on Things to Do and See

Hey there! Thanks for stopping by to read about our fantastic weekend in Dresden! Here are all the most important <b>points of interest in Dresden …

What to do in Ulm Germany - Things to do in Ulm, Germany

<b>Sitting on the banks of the River Danube, Ulm in Germany is home to the world's largest church steeple, and a curious prehistoric carving over 40,000</b> …

European Travel

10 Reasons Dresden is Ideal Destination

See you should visit Dresden, Germany:<p>1. <b>Germany’s probably most beautiful city gem in the Center of Europe</b><p>— 540,000 inhabitants with great …

The German Castle Road

If you want to see as many castles as possible in the least amount of time in Germany, take a ride on the Castle Road, one of Germany's Best Scenic …

Top 10 Things You Must Do in Amsterdam

You know how you have that long list of the top places you want to travel? Well, Amsterdam was never on my list and now I'm kicking myself wondering why it wasn't! I still haven't figured out why, but I sure am glad our paths crossed because I am now in love with it. Love may not be strong enough …

Amsterdam’s Best Dining Terraces with Waterfront Views

The café terrace is to Amsterdam what the piazza is to Rome—a convivial social space where you savor a coffee or a beer while soaking up the sun, …

Amsterdam’s Best Outdoor Markets for Unique Finds

Some of Amsterdam’s best buys can be found outside, at the city’s noteworthy markets.<p>While Amsterdam’s stores offer a wide range of shopping …

8 Gorgeous Day Trips From Amsterdam

By College Tourist; Author: Veronica White of University of East Anglia<p><b>Bring a book, catch a train and spend a day exploring everything Dutch in the Netherlands.</b><p>When you think of the Netherlands, the first things that jump to mind are windmills, tulips, canals, bikes and cheese (and maybe some …

There Are No Roads in This Town, Just Waterways

Giethoorn, Holland is the kind of city that storybook scenes are made of. Here's why: There are no roads. Instead, the entire city is linked by a …

A Local's Guide to the Hague

By College Tourist; Author: Veronica White, University of East Anglia<p><b>The Hague is a must-visit on your next trip to the Netherlands.</b><p>Only a 50-minute train ride away from the centre of Amsterdam, The Hague (or as the Dutch call it, Den Haag) is home to the Dutch government, many exciting shops and …

Why Amsterdam's Coolest Neighborhoods are on the City's Edges

Once considered industrial no-man’s-lands, Amsterdam’s outskirts to the north and east have begun to hum with creative energy and shift the center of …

Vastly outnumbered by all of the tulips at Keukenhof in the Netherlands

If there is a heaven, it will look and smell like Keukenhof.<p>The 79-acre Dutch garden, about 20 miles southwest of Amsterdam in Lisse, is a spring extravaganza of more than 7 million bulbs, including 800 varieties of tulips. No matter how many times you visit — and about 800,000 people from five …

Europe

Village Without Roads Uses Canals to Maneuver Along Its Fairy Tale-Like Landscape

Tucked away in the rural Netherlands is Giethoorn, a picturesque village that’s earned the nickname “Dutch Venice” because it lacks roads or any form of modern transportation. To get around, you travel the old-fashioned way—via canals or on foot across one of its 176 bridges.<p>The peaceful setting, …

European Travel

Easy Day Trips From Amsterdam

"Is it far?" I asked after my Dutch friend informed me that he'd planned for us to drive from Scheveningen to Hoorn to Amsterdam in one day. "This is …

European Travel

Mini guide to Croatia’s islands

Croatia’s coast is speckled with a multitude of islands. Sit with locals in quaint harbourside restaurants, explore uninhabited national parks or join an all-night beach party.<p>Croatia’s coast is speckled with a multitude of islands, each with its own special appeal. Sit with locals in quaint …

European Travel

5 Top Places to Visit in Croatia

Croatia

42 Things I Love About Croatia

<b>1. Spending the afternoon relaxing in one of Zagreb’s many squares and parks</b><p>2. Enjoying some of the world’s best seafood, if that’s your thing<p>3. …

Croatia's First Underwater Winery Is Open to Visitors

And you can take a dive to see it<p>As one of the countries that drinks the most wine in the world, Croatia knows its vino. But now, the Balkan nation is taking it to the next level. About an hour north of Dubrovnik on the Pelješac peninsula, the country’s first underwater winery is open to visitors …

This Pesto Chicken Pizza Has a Smart Secret

Arrange a rack in the middle of the oven and heat to 400°F.<p>Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium heat until shimmering. Add the chicken and …

Tomatoes

Where to Go in Italy 2017

Italy is full of interesting places to visit. In addition to the top Italian cities, these are my recommendations for great places to visit in Italy …