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The majority of travelers don’t look beyond Sofia when it comes to exploring Bulgaria, but its vast landscape and beautiful, tranquil lakes are not to be missed. Here are five locations to begin your Balkan journey.
Exploring the subjects and experiences that fuel the desire to travel.
The legendary Lauberhorn ski races take place from Jan. 16-18.
Castles were built to protect and defend, and at the same time, to imprison and confine. This dichotomy of purpose – a fort and a prison – fascinates visitors to Chillon Castle, the most visited historical building in Switzerland.
Anyone with an interest in cryptozoology – the investigation and study of mystery animals – will find more than enough to interest them wherever they travel in Britain.
Brussels balances the best of old and new Belgian culture.
Destination’s historical scars, combined with new shops and restaurants, ensure an interesting visit.
Most travelers head straight to Stockholm, but Sweden’s busy port town has plenty to offer.
The capital of Austria is known for grand architecture, cozy coffee houses and rich culture. But venture outside the city limits, and you will find a largely undiscovered region with equally as much to brag about.
St. Moritz is famous for inventing skijoring, horse racing with skiers in tow.
Set on beautiful Lake Neuchâtel and near the Jura mountains, the town offers a relaxing getaway as well as interesting architecture and culture.
The heartbeat of Switzerland.
Nestled in the canton of Valais, the destination is famous for beautiful views of the Alps, high-end shopping and a charming village that includes streets lined with flowers.
Croatian capital is a great base for day trips.
Visit the Lake Geneva region to see the Geneva International Motor Show with manufacturers such as Aston Martin, Bugatti, and McLaren.
Church houses Hungary’s most sacred relic.
Baselworld, the premiere watch and jewelry show, starts March 19 in Basel, Switzerland.
Quaint cafes, dramatic scenery and riotous festivals await.
Denmark’s second-largest city doesn’t always top the list of must-see travel destinations, but the compact, easy-on-the-eyes university town is a hidden gem.
Locarno is at the northern tip of Lake Maggiore in the canton of Ticino and home to one of the world’s biggest concerts — the Moon and Stars Festival.
Day trips include a romantic medieval village and beaches.
Venture outside the famous "City of Love" and you’ll soon be surrounded by unique French culture.
Visit a spa town and a chapel full of bones.
Take a trip around the Amalfi Coast, one of the most stunning landscapes of the Mediterranean.
Break out of the Barcelona mold and make it your mission to seek out these nearby Catalonian delights.
This journey into automobile history takes you from Mannheim to Pforzheim, following the same route taken by Bertha Benz and her two sons. They completed the first long-distance car journey.
Visit charming towns, castle fortifications and lakeside resorts.
Follow in the footsteps of the gods as you wind your way out of Athens and along ancient Roman roads in search of myths and legends.
Marcote isn't a place for glitz and glamour. Instead, this former fishing village in the canton of Ticino offers serenity, historic architecture and a chance to reconnect with nature.
Norway is home to spectacular natural formations, including breathtaking fjords and deep valleys, which provide a scenic backdrop for the drive from Oslo to Stavanger.
Break away from Norway’s capital and embark on five new adventures that take in the very best of the Scandinavian lifestyle.
Discover the city's historic beauty with a dash of rich culture.
An architectural gem, magnificently nestled between Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps.
The Swiss city’s idyllic setting draws visitors from around the globe.
Seaside city offers outdoor recreation and entertainment.
This 177-km horseshoe around the Iveragh Peninsula on Ireland’s south-west coast weaves through some of Ireland’s most majestic and varied landscapes.
Live music and great cuisine draw visitors to Lake Geneva.
With cozy restaurants, pretty canals and intriguing districts, Copenhagen is one of Scandinavia’s most welcoming and attractive cities.
Beer brewed by monks and Mozart’s birthplace are within two hours’ drive from Munich.
Cleanse your mind and body at the best thermal baths.
Day trips highlight beautiful scenery and the unique architecture.
See the best stops along California's Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) which are sure to make for an unforgettable road trip.
For a fresh perspective on the Sunshine State, take the roads out of Miami in search of Venetian waterways, wild encounters and tranquil retreats.
For little escapes beyond the Big Apple, look no further than these five excursions that break free from the city that never sleeps.
Prague to Pilsen journey includes chateaus and gingerbread.
Amble along Croatia’s beautiful coastline.
Consider these popular destinations for the ultimate winter getaway.
See impressive mountains and discover ancient fossils.
See Switzerland’s incredible railway viaduct and more.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has signed a three-year agreement with UEFA to become an official worldwide sponsor of the UEFA Europa League beginning with the 2015/16 season and ending in 2017/18.
Several events around Switzerland offer the chance to experience unique activities during the Easter holiday.
Experience a road trip through beautiful Iceland destinations.
There’s only so far you can get on two wheels in The Netherlands' most well-known city. So instead of winding up on a canal boat with the usual crowd, why not take yourself out of town and explore what the real Holland has to offer. You just might be pleasantly surprised.