Europe

February 2, 2017

Lucerne, Switzerland For Business Travelers

Originally published in Global Traveler. Lucerne thrives on tourism. British expatriate and author Diccon Bewes, who focuses his literary efforts on his adopted homeland, calls Lucerne […]
January 10, 2017

Andy MacGregor On All Things Spain

Andy MacGregor, founder of Travel Massive’s Madrid chapter, shares how (and why) he made the move from Scotland to Spain complete with all the current events […]
December 30, 2016

Top 10 Travel Experiences of 2016

I’m sure nobody wants to hear this, but 2016 wasn’t all bad for me. At times it would be easy to sink into the growing collective […]
December 22, 2016

Dresden: Christmas Markets, Refugees and a Slaughterhouse

The following is about a trip to Dresden, more or less. It begins like this: The chants were growing louder in Dresden. It ends like this: “We […]
December 10, 2016

Empty Venice: Italy’s Endangered City Without People

What can I possibly say about Venice that hasn’t already been said? It’s the City of Water, of Masks, of Canals, of Bridges, or “La Dominante” and […]
December 8, 2016

Eating Rome: Dining Like the Locals in Rome’s Testaccio Neighborhood

I’m not one for group tours, but Eating Europe Food Tours is the exception. Their shtick is to take a small group of travelers, say six, to lesser-traveled […]