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A Quiet Corner of the French Riviera    pool.jpg   By:   Mary Winston Nicklin

Take off on the ultimate escapade to less-traveled parts of the French Riviera to kick back and relax. View

July 31, 2014


July 31, 2014 | News

Newly launched La Compagnie's competitively priced all-business-class flights are set to shake up the market. more >>


July 30, 2014 | News

Leicester's new King Richard lll Visitor Centre: Dynasty, Death and Discovery, opened this last weekend as a must-see attraction for history buffs... more >>


July 30, 2014 | News

Forget Brighton, Bournemouth and Blackpool – the British coast is dotted with magical spots few people visit or even know about. Here are 10 of the... more >>


July 28, 2014 | News

This agreement is set to provide increased and strategic visibility and marketing opportunities for Corinthia London in North America as well as in... more >>


July 28, 2014 | News | By Mary Winston Nicklin

She is the only woman to occupy this prestigious post at a Parisian palace hotel. more >>


July 25, 2014 | News

After two years of restoration, autumn 2014 will see the return of Hotel Zoo, which was built in 1891 as a private residence for an affluent family... more >>


July 16, 2014 | Deal

The Regent Berlin has teamed up with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Berlin and Berlin-based fine china manufacturer KPM to offer a unique package. more >>


June 30, 2014 | Deal

Airberlin is offering a sale with fares that start from $3,649 (including all taxes and surcharges) from New York (JFK) to Germany more >>


June 26, 2014 | Deal

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, the Corinthia Hotel Lisbon inaugurated its newly renovated Lobby and Lounge Bar and launched a special “Ten... more >>


June 20, 2014 | Deal

The Merrion hotel in Dublin and Gleneagles in Scotland have the only restaurants to have been awarded two Michelin stars in Ireland and Scotland,... more >>

42 hotel london

May 19, 2014 | Deal

In London, the ‘41’ Hotel has launched a package designed for couples, stargazers and couples who like to stargaze. more >>


April 28, 2014 | Deal

Looking to spend summer in Ireland? In County Limerick, Adare Manor Castle & Golf Resort is offering some packages that combine local attractions,... more >>

NUREMBERG’S CHRISTKINDLESMARKT is Germany’s largest and oldest Christmas market, and offers cruisers a variety of delicacies and

July 2, 2014 | Article | By Susan J. Young

Cruisers love visiting Europe’s Christmas markets on a river cruise. more >>

THE GUERLAIN SPA has wood-paneled walls with soft, muted colors amidst carefully preserved heritage-listed touches

July 1, 2014 | Article | By Mary Winston Nicklin

Here are some of the best luxury spa offerings in Paris. more >>

The Rijksmuseum

July 1, 2014 | Article | By Emily Goldfischer

Despite being better known for its Red Light District and “coffee shops,” Amsterdam offers so many charms for families that it’s rocketed to... more >>

Richard Beck was impressed by the new look of Hotel de Rome.

July 1, 2014 | Article | By Luxury Travel Advisor

Richard Beck of Classic Travel Service ventured to Berlin for the Virtuoso Symposium earlier this year where he reviewed the city’s best hotels.... more >>

Hyde Park visitors can swim in the park’s lake, the Serpentine, from June until mid-September.

June 9, 2014 | Article | By Emily Goldfischer

For summers in London, it’s all about the parks: London has more than 3,000 of them, and that’s not including the 142 nature reserves and nearly... more >>

COCKTAILS, ANYONE? Enjoy a sunset soiree from the San Georgia Terrace

June 5, 2014 | Article | By Mary Winston Nicklin

Venice has received a noteworthy new hotel suite at the Luna Hotel Baglioni. more >>


December 27, 2013 | Blog | By Mary Winston Nicklin

What could be better than taking a dip in a new destination? more >>


December 10, 2013 | Blog | By Mary Winston Nicklin

There's a reason it's called "The Isle of Beauty." more >>


November 22, 2013 | Blog | By Mary Winston Nicklin

From the catacombs to contemporary art, the French capital has a wealth of museums- literally something for everyone. more >>


November 13, 2013 | Blog | By Mary Winston Nicklin

Shangri-La has a prime Bosphorus location in one of my favorite cities on earth. more >>


November 5, 2013 | Blog | By Mary Winston Nicklin

A postcard-perfect wine route where you can taste extraordinary Gewurztraminers and Rieslings. more >>


October 28, 2013 | Blog | By Ruthanne Terrero

We try to live like a local; it took two tries, but we think we got it right the second time. more >>

Europe Articles

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  • Escape to the charming, historic Mediterranean isle of Cyprus

    On a map, beneath the long shadow of Turkey, Cyprus cuts a diminutive jib. As a tourist destination, the island has long been billed as a land of “sea, sun...

  • Insider’s Guide to Sweden’s West Coast

    A favorite of the late Ingrid Bergman, the Bohuslän Coast feels a bit like a secret French Riviera. What the high-latitude region lacks in American tourists it makes up for with plentiful seafood and bright seasonal sunshine. Here's the low-down on visiting this Swedish wonderland.

  • I Heart My City: Igor’s Venice

    Venice native Igor Scomparin led tours all over Europe with Globus for a decade before returning home to be a "local host" for Monograms. Now, this tourism industry veteran's mission is to show the real, authentic Venice to travelers who come to visit his homeland. Here's a look at the City of Canals, through the ultimate local's eyes.

  • See the latest pictures of P&O's iconic ship Britannia under construction

    The P&O Cruises Britannia is the biggest cruise ship ever built for the British market and will make her maiden voyage next March to the Mediterranean.