Rome's Trastevere neighborhood has quite a reputation for nightlife, beauty and atmosphere. These are our favorite hidden gems -- from stunning art to local restaurants.
While its dramatic, otherworldly natural wonders, especially the northern lights, are nothing short of magical, there are many more reasons you’ll be enchanted on a visit to Iceland.
Want to know what to order while in Rome? Here are some of its most beloved dishes — and, just as importantly, where to find our favorite versions.
From the Guinness Storehouse to Loftus Hall, Ireland is full of lush green gardens, traditional pubs and some pretty tasty seaside cuisine. Here are 14 things to do in Ireland.
This hearty meat soup is not a morning-after hangover cure. Instead, grab a bowl before heading to bed after a night of drinking.
To help cure a sangria-induced hangover, make some pincho de tortilla, a tapa dish similar to a frittata.
From monastic quarters that offer basics and a curfew to luxury suites in former palaces, Rome has the full range of lodgings for every travel personality.
Iskembe corbasi, or tripe soup, is a traditional Turkish hangover cure — perfect for nights spent indulging in too much raki.
Some hotels offer food-focused adventures to truffle hunt, fish, harvest ingredients and more with famous chefs. Find out which culinary experiences made our Top 5 list.
Fall is one of the best times to be in Rome; the crowds have thinned and air has cooled. Here are some of the best things to do during those shorter days and longer nights.
Meet the travel experts -- including travel host Samantha Brown -- who helped select the cruises that made our coveted list, Travel's Best Cruises 2014.
Don't make visiting Greece just about the islands, here's the perfect day in Athens to get your bearings.
Edinburgh, the first stop in Scotland for most visitors, can be an expensive city if you stay on the main tourist tracks, but this ancient city can be a deal if you know where to look and what to do.
Book a stay at one of Prague's best hotels, from the almost-hidden "gem" of Hotel Jewel to the grandiose and unmistakable Hotel Paris.