With the travel season upon us, it’s time to begin exploring again and creating memories that last.
Like everyone else, I’m pretty much broke and can’t afford to go on a luxury trip across Europe, but just because the university takes all my cash doesn’t mean I can’t still travel.
Here is a list of 10 countries that rank on the low-end for cost right now:
From an easy hike across French wine country to a tough trek around the Mont Blanc massif, here are 10 European walks for all abilities
Transformative function in Germany
In their most basic form, bridges help people get from point A to point B. Yet sometimes – like in the case of the Rakotz bridge in Kromlau, Germany (pictured) – the structure can transform the very landscape around it and become a work of art.
We went looking for some of the world’s most beautiful bridges and found plenty of nominations from users on the question-and-answer site Quora.com. Here are a few of their selections, remarkable for their physical beauty, architectural ingenuity and harmony with their surroundings
Condé Nast Traveler readers ranked the best islands in the world.
Is your favorite on the list? Read about all the best cities, hotels, resorts, spas, and cruise lines in the world in our Readers’ Choice Awards 2014.
30. Aquidneck Island (Newport), Rhode Island
Readers’ Rating: 81.011
It might come as a surprise to some that France is the world’s biggest tourist destination in the world! Receiving nearly 20 Million more visitors annually than the runner up, USA. Doubly impressive when you consider that the US is over fifteen times the size of France.