In Europe, Christmas markets are a treasured holiday tradition. Here are some of our favorites.
You don’t have to be German to love traditional German Christmas Markets. In fact, many visitors travel to Germany just for the Christmas markets alone.
Bartering for trinkets takes on a new twist amid the colorful sights and smells of medieval Fez.
Street food kiosks are everywhere in Israel. Here's our guide to the best street foods.
Known for its cooler climate and coffee plantations, Dalat is a must-see in Vietnam.
As a kid growing up in Melbourne, actor Louis Mandylor got the best of both worlds — the tight-knit Greek culture and Australia's “no worries” attitude.
Go beyond the big market stalls to find the intricate designs of Otavalo’s renowned Jose Cotacachi.
Tucked away in northwestern Africa, this Arabic Kingdom is rich with culture, impressive landscape and colorful kasbahs.
Nashville, Tennessee is a year-round destination, but Christmas here is something special.
Germany's Christmas markets draw visitors from around the world. Here are four you won't want to miss.
Discover the grandiose architecture of these three cities and the charms that distinguish them.
You’ll do more than cruise on this trip: Watch a Marquesan festival, visit one of the tallest tikis or stop by the grave of Paul Gauguin.
If the holidays turns you into a grinch, find the antidote in this festive German village.
Get ready to enjoy some well-known and hidden treasures in the City by the Bay.