We do love the annual “Europe travel” edition of the New York Times’ travel section, which appeared in yesterday’s paper. Here are a few highlights:
Fall Travel: Cheap? No. Cheaper? Yes.
Natch, we were into this article in the Practical Traveler series. It’s chock full of helpful budget travel tips (think south, flight strategies, consider packages, etc.). But it also makes it clear that traveling to Europe is still possible for Americans, even during a period of dismal exchange rates. (And yes, we also loved it because it gave us a very nice shout-out!)
Season to Savor: As Weather Cools, Europe Heats Up
Articles on cities like Rome, Berlin and Prague showcase how, as temps go down, Europe’s cultural scene stays on the up-and-up.
As if we needed another reason to genuflect before Paris, this beautiful recap of one journalist’s spiritual journey, through Parisian churches and the like, has us packing.