15 Most Beautiful Beaches in Europe
Ddreaming of living on a dreamy European beach – or already on one and wondering if you could do better? Then look at the Iberian Peninsula. Europe’s Best Beaches recently announced that they are among the top 15 beaches in Europe, as voted by thousands of travelers from 83 countries. This year’s No. 1 and Torrente de Pareis in Mallorca, Spain. The top three runners are Bordeira Beach in Alzejur, Portugal and Amio Beach in Cantabria, Spain.
Is An Expedition Cruise Right For You?
One of the fastest growing segments of the cruise market is cruise travel, which takes passengers to remote or remote locations, such as Antarctica. And make no mistake, this is no Love Boat. The ships are more intimate, the tours are more educational, they often focus on nature – and, yes, the prices are higher. Here’s how to determine if a cruise is right for you.
80 New Summer Hotel Openings
If you are still looking for a summer escape but want to go somewhere where you are among the first guests to arrive, there are many hotels that open their doors and beaches. From Maine to Montenegro, here are 80 new summer hotels.
A powerful passport offers visa-free travel to many countries, but not all passports cost the same to obtain (and maintain) and not all tourist visa fees are the same. William Russell, who provides insurance for foreign travelers, recently crunched the numbers to determine the world’s most expensive passports and visas. An Australian passport comes with a higher fee ($230), while the United States has a higher international fee ($127).
Inside London’s New 13-Seat Omakase Speakeasy
Want to know a cooking secret next time you’re in London? Sushi Kanesaka, who has already received a Michelin star in his hometown of Tokyo, recently opened a speakeasy omakase in Mayfair. Chef Shinji Kanesaka’s 13-seat culinary hideaway is located in the 45 Park Lane hotel and is designed in simple cedar wood to reflect the spirit of the Japanese people.