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Explore the shifting seasons of a continent in transition.
Between expression and repression during darkening days at the geographic center of Europe.
Measuring changing climates beneath the Midnight Sun at an Arctic outpost of Norway.
Journeying west to east as ideas and identities struggle to take root in the Asian arc of Turkey.
Seeking warmth among historic monasteries in the weeks before Romania joined the European Union.
San Francisco-based Rickshaw Bagworks lets you custom-design your own messenger or commuter bag, tablet or computer sleeve, backpack, or zippered folio for travel documents.
In the Cova da Beira plains in central Portugal, a transhumance festival has taken place for the past eight years.
England's Great Fosters opens two new dining venues
By Hilary Nangle, Globe CorrespondentGreat Fosters, a four-star country-house hotel in Egham, near Heathrow, has opened two new dining venues. The hotel, set on 50...
Wend through city, countryside, and kitchen to find tasty surprises.
These Parisian restaurants offer what's cooking that day and something off the menu just as nourishing: a familiar comfort.
Catalan capital reigns over Spain's cuisine with dishes that are creative and . . . 'sincere.'
Savor paprikas, a Hungarian spice staple, fiery hot or sweet, in goulash, soups, or stews. Chicken paprikas recipe
At a hiker's feet, two distinct, mesmerizing voids - one into the Earth's core, the other from a great height.
The raging sea is a powerful lure to this craggy French isle.
Signposts take walkers everywhere and deter other modes of transportation in Switzerland.
In Skagen, at the northern tip of Denmark, people tend to talk about the beauty of the light in such a northern place. But there is more to love than just the light in Skagen.
Since antiquity, mastic, found on the Greek island of Chios, has been prized for its therapeutic and culinary properties.
Bilbao and the Basque regional government launched several ambitious infrastructure projects to improve transportation and clean up abandoned industrial sites, but they placed their biggest bet on culture.
Yes, its the most unlikely, the most mysterious, the most heart-stoppingly beautiful city in the world. But its also the most overrun: by tides, by crowds, and increasingly by commerce.
Located between Milan and the border of Switzerland, Lake Como, with its steep surrounding mountains, hillside towns, and historic villas, has drawn artists, writers, and romantics of all stripes for centuries.
Clocelly, England, raised upon rustic wooded slopes, is mentioned in England’s “Domesday Book,’’ which was completed more than 900 years ago.