Why now is the best time to book a Euro trip that won’t blow your budget

Flights across the Atlantic might not cost as much as you think.

Islay — aka Whisky Island — is where all of your scotch dreams come true

The rolling greenery, pounding surf and sea breeze form the ideal setting for Islay's main industry: whisky making.
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Major right-wing conference will host European nationalist politicians

Far-right populism is on the rise in Europe and American conservatives are getting involved.

A potato chip shortage is “extremely likely” in Europe because of record high temperatures

High temperatures and dry weather are expected to wreak havoc on Europe's potato chip supply.

I traveled alone for 2 weeks to find myself. It was overrated.

Here’s how you can learn from my mistakes.

How Bollywood turned Switzerland into a beloved destination for generations of Indian travelers

Bollywood movies have long featured Switzerland as a backdrop for romance.

A new project catalogs 20,000 weird and wonderful objects lost in Amsterdam’s canals

The collection, 10 years in the making, shines a light on daily life in Amsterdam throughout history.

A sneak peek at EuroPride 2018 — held in 2 cities for the first time ever

Stockholm, an established queer haven, and Gothenburg, a city working to shed its anti-LGBTQ reputation, will host the annual festival.

This tiny village in Italy grows the best pistachios in the world

These pistachios are four times the price of regular ones. But in Bronte, Sicily, they’re used generously in everything from gelato to pasta to arancini.

Florence’s female artists are finally getting the attention they deserve

After centuries celebrating its male artists, a feminist renaissance is hitting the city. Here's how to take a trip that highlights Florence's female painters, artisans, chefs and more.

Why Slovenian wines — which rival the ones from Italy and France — have long been overlooked

You should be buying wines from this region, considered one of the best in the world.

How the meat-loving city of Ghent became the veggie capital of Europe

San Fran, São Paulo and many other cities around the world are taking notes from this vegetable-forward metropolis.

U by Uniworld Review: A trip on the first-ever river cruise designed for millennials

You can only get on board if you're between the ages of 21 and 45.

Moldova is one of Europe’s least-visited countries. But that’s all about to change.

Home to the world's largest wine cellar, among many other wine-related accolades, everyone's about to know about Moldova.

Goldfish brew booze to stay alive in freezing winter water

It's the first known example of fermentation by an animal with a backbone.

Lunar Eclipse 2017: Here’s how you can watch the solar eclipse’s warm-up act

You get an eclipse! And you get an eclipse! And you get an eclipse!

‘PUBG’ Update: Patch Notes introduce first person mode, new gun and character options

New faces, a new gun and first person mode are coming to 'Playerunknown's Battlegrounds' in a new patch, but the real prize is the changes they've made to vehicles.

Employees are getting microchips put in their hands at this US company

They cost $300 a piece, but this U.S. company is about to foot the bill for any employee who signs up.

‘Overwatch’ World Cup Teams 2017: Here’s how it works and who’s competing

Here's all the info you need about the 2017 'Overwatch' World Cup teams.
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Far-right nationalist charged with plot to assassinate French President Emmanuel Macron

According to BFMTV, a French newsroom, the suspect also said he wanted to attack “blacks, Arabs, Jews and homosexuals.”

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Global ransomware hack hits infrastructure targets across Europe

Targets include Russia's biggest oil company, Ukraine's largest airport and its state power company.

'Overwatch' Contenders Schedule, Twitch Livestream: Here's when the NA and EU playoffs start

The $50,000 prize pool for 'Overwatch' Contenders will be awarded in just a few days. Check out the schedule now,
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World Refugee Day: The migrant crisis, by the numbers

65.6 million people are displaced worldwide.
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The Brexit vote is already making the UK's nurse shortage worse

The Brexit vote is worsening an ongoing nurse shortage in the U.K.

15 emerging European cities to visit before everyone else

Europeans are getting off the grid in Europe.
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Trump blocks attempts by Italy to address Mediterranean migrant crisis at G7 summit

Trump wanted to focus the G7 meeting on terrorism and security.

Western liberals claim burqa bans protect Muslim women. These experts say otherwise.

Austria is the latest country to pass one of these bills.

How the electronics ban will affect US travelers

Read this before you go on an international trip this summer.