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Amsterdam isn’t the most expensive city in Europe (we’re looking at you London!), but it’s certainly not the cheapest. You can expect to pay a little bit more for all of the essentials than … read
Travel blogs have been abuzz in the last few weeks in the wake of Iceland-based WOW Air’s announcement that they will be offering summer 2015 transatlantic flights starting at $99. How is this possi … read | comments (1)
There’s that famous phrase “tired of London, tired of life.” But it’s not that we get tired of London’s countless entertainments and diversions—it’s just that sometimes our wallet does. … read
Twenty-five years ago on the night of November 9, 1989, Berlin witnessed the Fall of the Wall, an iconic moment for the whole world. This weekend the city was aglow with lights spread out along 15km … read | comments (1)
Compared to sprawling Madrid, Barcelona is compact and easy to cover on foot or by public transportation. Nevertheless, if you’re coming for a short trip to the city, staying in a central location a … read
Today's hotel picks
Tucked behind St. Salvator’s Church, about five blocks west of Markt Square, the Bonobo Apart Hotel provides 10 non-smoking apartment-style suites at surprisingly reasonable rates.
The 22-room Hotel Tor is not luxurious, but with a range of room options and a convenient location this three-star establishment may be the best bang for your buck in expensive Geneva.