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Delving into the history of chocolate is only one of many things to do in Bayonne. It's not called the "Capital of Chocolate" for nothing.
The independent woman's Bilbao travel guide for the discerning foodie and culturally curious traveler.
We may be harming animals when we travel - by petting tigers or riding elephants. Here's why. And here's what we can do to engage in animal-friendly tourism.
Overtourism is spreading. So are protests against mass tourism. So what should we do? Stay away? Maybe not.
Air, train, bus and car are 4 of the best ways to travel around Europe. (There are also several others you probably haven't thought of.)
There is food, and there is FOOD. You'll find the latter at Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse. Lyon's premier food market.
These 24 fascinating facts about Malawi will make you want to go, now - whether this is your first visit to Africa, or your tenth.
Know exactly what to look for when buying the best walking sandals for travel (for women).
Are you a book lover? If so, follow this one-day itinerary when you visit Edinburgh and discover the high points of literature in the city.