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From volcanic-steam-cooked stews to fresh from-the-plant pineapples, here is some of the best Azores food to try on your next trip.
From relaxing on beaches and diving into natural volcanic pools to exploring postcard-worthy towns, these are the best things to do in Gran Canaria.
Discover the best beaches in Corfu, from secluded coves backed by mountain walls to lively, golden shores.
With kids and teens in tow, Paris sparkles. Find masterpieces at the Louvre, discover centuries-old walls beneath a plaza, and kayak the Seine.
Spain, home of the sultry flamenco, toes-in-the-sand beach bars for sunset tapas, exquisite palaces, and whitewashed hilltop villages, oozes romance.
Corsican food blends influences from two of the world’s great cuisines: French and Italian. Experience hearty stews, game-filled ravioli, and fragrant…
Discover the best beaches in the UK, where countless golden bays are backed by vegetation-specked cliffs and vast swathes of sands.
Some of the best things to do in Bilbao include sipping on fine wines, admiring contemporary art, and savoring the gourmet highlights of the Basque Country.
Malaga's beaches are among the most dazzling in Spain, its shores bathed in the soul-soothing glow of the Mediterranean with nearly year-round sunshine.
With a bountiful supply of delicious seafood, creamy cheeses, and high-quality meats to the east, Lisbon is a cradle of culinary delights.
A small country with a big presence, Ireland is known for its famous music and dance, race horses and Guinness, and cities such as Dublin, Belfast and Cork.
From organic olive oil and rare cheese to handcrafted pottery and flouncy fashion, Spain’s souvenirs offer something for every type of traveler.
The best small towns in France share a certain timelessness with their cobbled squares, painted shutters, and inviting markets.
Italy mesmerizes teens with its mix of ancient historical sites, dazzling art, beaches, and buzzing piazzas. There’s no better place to explore as a family.
A European cruise vacation is not only an endlessly romantic chance to see some of the world’s most famous cities, like Paris, Rome, and Barcelona, but also a chance to go off-the-beaten path to tiny Greek Islands, Italian fishing villages, and beautiful Norwegian towns. See Europe your way, whether that’s touring ancient sites, indulging in culinary delights, or embarking on exciting outdoor adventures.
You might already know the basics about travel to Europe, but what about the little details, like how to order a coffee like an Italian, or what to pack for your trip? These European cruise tips will help you become an expert on the most exciting cities in the world.
On Celebrity’s cruises to Europe, sail to Ireland and the British Isles, where you can day trip to Stonehenge by way of the charming port city Southampton, England. Admire Russian cities like colorful St. Petersburg and minimalist Scandinavian havens like Skagen and Copenhagen, Denmark. Lounge on the Mediterranean’s top-rated beaches and sample wines at an Italian vineyard. Discover the best of Europe on a luxury cruise ship.