Belgium

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Belgium — With Dutch-influenced Flanders to the north and French-flaired Wallonia to the south, Belgium is a unique blend of languages and cultures brimming with historic charm, haute couture, and heavenly cuisine – including its world-famous mussels, fries, waffles, chocolate, and beer.

Why Go

For gently rolling landscapes, historic sites, and modern cities that can all be explored at an easy pace. 

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5 Epic Brewery-Hotels for Beer Lovers

March 25, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Whatever happened to the good ol' days, when hotel bars served as an oasis for road-weary travelers? A place to mingle with your fellow vagrants and ... Read More »

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10 Colorful Carnival Celebrations Around The World

March 10, 2014 by Tommy Burson

In cities around the world, Carnival revelers party from mid-February through Ash Wednesday. As this year's festivities wind down, here are ten excellent ... Read More »

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12 Carnivals Around the World in Photos

March 05, 2014

The most prized throw at Mardi Gras in New Orleans is the Zulu Coconut, known as the Golden Nugget. Read More »

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Double-Duty Bars Where You Can Shop, Get a Manicure & More

February 24, 2014 by Christine Wei

Across the globe, bookstores, beauty salons, and even laundromats are incorporating full bars into their ethos. And we’re not talking about attractions with a ... Read More »

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The European Masters on a Budget: 5 Single-Artist Museums for Less than $20

December 24, 2013 by Matthew Wexler

The great thing about traveling to Europe is that you can experience some of the world's greatest art for an entirely reasonable price. With an abundance of free ... Read More »

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“If you're traveling in the fall or spring, be aware of Daylight Savings time, which can impact flight itineraries.”

Alex Schechter Assistant Editor

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