St. Barts: Pure Luxury in the French West Indies

St. Barts offers a paradise-like setting in the French West Indies. The volcanic island is surrounded by shallow reefs and is home to just 9,000 residents. The island’s tourists rarely know the rich history of the island, but still swarm to the turquoise coastline....

Almeria Tourist Attractions

Spain hosts an incredible amalgamation of cultures and architectural styles.  Playing out through the formation and aesthetics of its cities, Spain is one of the best places to go to take in the complex history and culture of Europe.  In particular, cities along the...

Challenges to overcome as an expatriate

Traveling or moving to another country are two extremely different ways of experiencing a new place. Living in a different part of the world needs extraordinary organizational skills, such as bureaucratic overcoming barriers or banal challenges such as paying an...

A Traveler’s Guide to Ile-de-France

Ile-de-France, also known as the Island of France and the région parisienne (Paris Region), is a tiny region in France that surrounds Paris. A popular destination for tourists, the area includes not only the capital city, but several other large, charming towns,...

Exploring the Romantic Road in Bavaria

The Romantic Road in Germany is one road trip that should be on every traveler’s bucket list. Stretching along the southern region of the country, snaking its way between Baden-Württemberg and the northern part of Bavaria, the road is loosely based on the old Roman...

Costa Del Sol Tourist Guide: What to See and Do

Costa Del Sol. situated in the south of Spain between Costa Tropical and Costa de la Luz, this coastline's name literally translates to “Sun Coast” or “Coast of the Sun” and is located in the Province of Málaga. With a beautiful location, Costa Del Sol is a popular...