Exploring Street Art in Europe

Planning a trip to Europe? The guide books will tell you there is a bounty of famous art museums that are must-sees. And, while internationally recognized venues such as Paris’ Lourve, Madrid’s El Prado, the Uffizi in Florence, Italy or Tate Modern in London, all offer the chance to see renowned works of art up-close, there is one thing the guide books don’t include – street art.

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Where to Find Europe’s Best Olive Oil

Dubbed “liquid gold” by Homer, olive oil has long been worshipped for its multitude of uses – medicinal, cosmetic, fuel – and, most importantly (at least for this article), cooking.

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Five Gorgeous Beaches in Croatia

Croatia has quickly become the darling of the Balkans, and Europe as a whole, attracting A-listers, European vacationers and backpackers from around the world.

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Best Western Premier Hotels Offer WiFi and On-Site Dining

Hotel brands have been birthing low-cost spinoffs for years to appeal to new-age, value-minded business travelers in the same manner that fashion designers have been producing low-cost labels to appeal to a more cost-concious audience (a la Marc by Marc Jacobs and MICHAEL Michael Kors). Marriott has its Courtyard properties; Hilton has the Garden Inn and Hyatt its Place brand.

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