Every year, more than 1 million tourists visit Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park, yet at certain times during our visit, we felt completely alone with nature. Much of that had to do with how we planned our trip. Follow this guide, and beat the crowds in one of the world’s most extraordinary aquatic environments.
This comprehensive guide offers an active itinerary for those looking to explore Montenegro's coastline, canyons, saltwater sanctuaries and freshwater escapes.
Protected by mountains, blessed by sunshine, and fed by the clear, blue waters of the Adriatic, the Bay of Kotor is the heart & soul of Montenegro. The surrounding coastline includes dense forests, man-made islands, walled cities, humble villages, and one of the world’s most luxurious marinas.
This 4-day Lisbon city guide includes info on logistics, accommodation, can’t-miss dining options, summer events and a few gorgeous getaways.
If there’s one thing that Lisbon's locals have done well for centuries, it’s commemorate the city's rich history with statues, monuments & parks that live through the ages.
From ornate palaces & humble stone fortresses to the enchanting forests that connect them, Sintra is an absolute must-visit city in Portugal. This guide will help you plan the perfect day trip from Lisbon, and suggest more sights to see if you want to extend your stay.
Make the most of your 3 days in Porto with our complete guide to the home of Port wine. Includes trip-planning tips, need-to-know food & wine info, and a complete 3-day itinerary full of activities on land, by sea, and inside the city’s famous Port wine caves.
Many travelers visit Porto with one thing on their mind: Port wine. But there's a local secret that most tourists don't know about. A culinary claim that is as intriguing as it is bold. Matosinhos, Porto’s oceanfront neighbor to the northwest, lays claim to having the world's best fish.
We made an impulse decision to visit the Portuguese island-paradise of Madeira. It was a fantastic decision. This guide includes the best of what we experienced: food, accommodation & activities...plus a complete 4-day itinerary.
Funchal, the capital of Portugal's Madeira Island, is full of things to see and do. Where else can you get pushed downhill in a 150-year-old wooden street toboggan?