November 13, 2013
With over 170 museums and galleries to visit, Berlin is a museum lover’s dream. For a trip planner, though, trying to see all that Berlin has to offer could also be a nightmare. To help you make the most of Berlin’s museum world, we’ve created this guide the city’s five main, must-see museums. Read more »
October 8, 2013
Featuring rolling hills and countless castles, a variety of languages and cultures, and some of the continent’s most treasured pieces of art, Belgium is Europe in a nutshell – a picturesque, culturally diverse, and tasty nutshell. In case you’re not already packing your bags and booking your trip, here are eight more reasons to visit Belgium: Read more »
September 11, 2013
Researching and ranking European castles isn’t easy, but someone’s got to do it! Fly nonstop from Portland to Amsterdam and start your journey through history and architecture by way of these majestic estates.
August 7, 2013
You are a savvy traveler. You’ve flown several times this year. You’ve checked-in online, your bags are packed, and your carry-on is set with passport, 3-1-1 compliant fluids and itineraries. You have it down to a science and you’re ready to head back home. It’s mostly seamless. But then you get to customs…
July 19, 2013
After a short 10-hour flight flying nonstop from Portland to Tokyo, you arrive and are greeted with the sweet scent of a Japanese summer breeze. Peering 62 miles in the distance, you see it: Mt. Fuji.
July 12, 2013
Jigokudani’s Yaen-Koen, roughly translated to ‘Hell’s Valley Monkey Park,’ is home to some 200 Japanese Macaques and we imagine that these furry fellows find it more like a heavenly retreat. A trip to Nagano would not be complete without observing the bathing Snow Monkeys.
July 5, 2013
We’ve all seen it — the iconic photo of a European bike leaning against a pedestrian bridge over a canal in Amsterdam. It makes us all dream of cycling the aged streets of this historic city and gazing out over the open waters at the surrounding buildings.