Strolling through these five European Christmas Markets will make your heart sing and your spirit dance. Published by Confetti Travel Cafe. https://www.confettitravelcafe.com/5-virtual-tours-to-fairy-tale-european-christmas-markets/
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https://travelsquire.com/new-paltz-highlights Founded in 1678, New Paltz, NY, in the Hudson Valley, is home to the historic Huguenot Street. Visit the stone houses built before 1720. Afterwards, enjoy a good meal in one of the many international restaurants on Main Street. Last but not least, the State University of New York – New Paltz campus is worth seeing. Read my article published by Travel Squire.
In the 7th century, an Irish monk founded the village of Saint-Ursanne in a remote region in Switzerland… Read my second article published by Renaissance Magazine in their November-December issue # 125.
Relax in tranquil Merligen on Lake Thun and discover the exciting surroundings. Don’t miss exploring the awesome St. Beatus Caves high on a cliff. Published by Travel Squire.
Learn about the Green Fairy and the history of absinthe at this fabulous museum. Published by Travel Squire.
To experience the unique French flair of this international city, spread your exploring over two days. Don’t miss the Cathedral at sunset when the late sun’s rays turn it into a big ball of fire. Published by Travel Squire.
Gruyères, picturesque and traffic-free, begs you to stroll its cobblestone main street and discover unusual treasures: Gruyères Castle, Tibet museum, HR Giger Museum. And just outside of town, the cheese dairy La Maison du Gruyère. Published by Travel Squire.
The Rhine Falls is Europe’s largest waterfall in terms of width and flow rate. Laufen Castle overlooks the Falls. Just an hour away from Zuerich. Published by Travel Squire.
Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, and recharge your batteries in this gorgeous, peaceful Refuge. Published by Short Weeks – Long Weekends.
No traveler should miss one of the most beautiful railway stations in the world. Nearly every space of the grand hall is covered by panels of azulejos depicting scenes of Portuguese history and the daily activities of the Portuguese people. Published by Travel Squire.
Porto is a culinary heaven, but above all, locals love their Francesinhas and Pastéis de Nata. Published by Destinations Magazine.
Spend a day admiring the Great Falls and learn about the region’s remarkable history, dating back to Alexander Hamilton, the brilliant first United States Secretary of the Treasury. Published by Short Weeks – Long Weekends.
Don’t miss visiting this medieval town. You will be dazzled by the magical splendor of its fairy tale hand-painted façades. Published by Renaissance Magazine.
Seeing the vast expanse and high dunes of the Namib Desert at ground level did not prepare me for the awe-inspiring beauty of an airborne experience. Published by Nomad Africa.
A local fisherman, Miguel, said, “Our sun likes to play tricks on visitors. You should visit the Aruba Aloe Vera farm and factory. You will be surprised at what you find.” Published by Miles Geek.
Bon Bini! Welcome to Aruba! This small island is home to donkeys, camels, monkeys. But where can you find them? Published by Epicure & Culture.