While most know that the Vatican is the central home for the Catholic Religion, many don’t realize that it is its own governmental entity. A city center governed by the Pope, this residential and business center for the Catholic Church is located inside a 110-acre enclave in Rome. With a population of just over 800, it is also the smallest sovereign state in the world in terms of both size and population.
Vatican City has many works of art and artifact that beckon tourists from around the globe. Despite its small size, many of the most famous works of art in the world are housed here, making this a full day adventure for all tourists of Italy. Here’s a look at the ten largest things this tiny town has to offer.
Step aboard the S.S. Antoinette or River Empress for our Castles along the Rhine River Cruise and step back in time as the spires of medieval churches and castles appear around each bend in the river and vineyards climb the hillsides. From the start of your trip, you’ll be enraptured by the countryside and the local traditions that steep this area of the Rhine in history and heritage.
Canada hosts an incredible array of landscapes no matter where you travel. From the dramatic sea cliffs of Newfoundland and Labrador on the east coast, the charming alleyways of Montreal, to the snow-capped mountains of British Columbia, Canada has no shortage of amazing destinations.
Here’s a look at our top ten favorite spots across the country Read more →
European street food is a great way to experience a region’s local flavors. These treats are usually low priced and perfect to snack on while you wander the cobbled streets of Europe. Here’s a look at a few of our favorites by country.
The Mother Road. The Main Street of America. Will Rodgers Highway. No matter which name you know it by, Route 66 is the American Highway and a drive along its more than 2,400 miles is the ultimate American road trip. Read more →