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Romania’s Haunted Hoia Baciu Forest

Romania’s Haunted Hoia Baciu Forest

Just a short drive outside Cluj-Napoca in the Transylvania region of Romania, the Hoia-Baciu Forest has many nicknames, including Romania’s Bermuda Triangle, and the most-haunted forest in the world. Why? Over the years there have been thousands of reports about paranormal activity here, including UFOs, ghosts, and disappearances. Whether you’re looking for the supernatural or just… Continue Reading

Oberammergau: Over 300 Years of Passion in the Bavarian Alps

Oberammergau: Over 300 Years of Passion in the Bavarian Alps

Oberammergau is a sleepy Alpine village nestled in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps; with a population of just over 5,000 it can seem fairly insignificant for anyone just passing through. But once every 10 years, the village becomes one of the most visited in the state of Bavaria, welcoming around half a million tourists.… Continue Reading

Evolving Armenia

Evolving Armenia

This is a guest post by Ric Gazarian. Ric blogs at www.GlobalGaz.com. He is on a quest to travel to every country in the world. When he’s not pursuing that goal, he divides his time between the US and Thailand. I have a unique perspective on Armenia and its capital Yerevan. I have come here every… Continue Reading

The Hills of Hungary: Hiking in Budapest

The Hills of Hungary: Hiking in Budapest

  You might think that the best thing to do in Budapest is to relax in one of the many beautiful historic spas, but a spa session feels better after a workout. That’s why we recommend hiking in Budapest while you’re visiting the city. Get a bird’s-eye view of Budapest The Buda Hills are primarily… Continue Reading

Where to Watch the World Cup in Europe

Where to Watch the World Cup in Europe

Team USA might not have made it to the Finals, but if you’re traveling in Europe this summer there will be no escaping the excitement around Football’s Greatest Show on Earth. Most of the Continent is mad for soccer (call it football when you’re there, please) and there will be plenty of places across many… Continue Reading

Lovely Lucca, a Tuscan Treat

Lovely Lucca, a Tuscan Treat

When I think of Tuscany, the first images that come to mind are rolling hills, vineyards and idyllic hilltop towns. But Tuscany is the fifth largest of Italy’s 20 regions and it covers a wide variety of terrain, including some beautiful coastline. There’s much more to La Bella Toscana! Without a lofty position to defend… Continue Reading

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