Europe has peculiar laws, like handling salmon in suspicious circumstances is illegal in the UK and kissing on train platforms is banned in France. To avoid making locals angry and disagreeable encounters with the police here are a few laws to keep in mind on your next vacation.
By: Rachel Smith, Senior Travel Consultant
I recently cruised the coast of Croatia on the Dalmatian Elegance with Insight Vacations tour. The boat we sailed on, The Avangard, is a small deluxe yacht that only holds 36 guests. The ship includes areas such as dining room with a full bar and the large upper deck were you can take in the beautiful sunrises and sunsets. They also have a Jacuzzi on the top deck if you just would like to relax for a little while.Continue reading
When experiencing a new part of the world, making an effort to take part in the customs, language and traditions is much appreciated by the locals. Whether you’re discussing world events with a friend or about to embark on an adventure to a new country, it’s always a good idea to make sure you are pronouncing places correctly. This list will take some of the most commonly mispronounced popular places you’ve probably been pronouncing wrong and show you the correct way to say them.
By now you’ve seen images of Croatia; in guidebook, in articles about “Must-See Destinations”, fleeting glimpses of it standing in for King’s Landing on Game of Thrones. But no matter what you’ve seen or heard, it’s impossible to overestimate the stunning beauty of the walled city. With so many things to do in Croatia, here’s Intrepid Travel’s guide to a perfect 3 days in the Pearl of the Adriatic.
When you think “European Vacation”, the first images that probably spring to mind are art galleries, museums, churches and great restaurants. There’s no doubt that a trip to Europe is heaven for culture buffs and foodies, but there’s one aspect that is often overlooked – Europe is also a great place to get active! From biking to hiking, kayaking to sailing, here are the top five best outdoor spots in Europe.