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Euro coins and dollars/iStock

Heading to Europe on a tight budget? There’s no need to max out a credit card if you know how and where to save. Here are some affordable (and even free!) ways to enjoy Europe. Museums for Less Love museums but can’t afford to pay a $30 entry fee? Try some... Read More

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Paris, France, Savarin La Table
Connie Hum

Paris, the city known the world over as the city of romance, culture, and fashion is also famously synonymous with fine dining. After all, it’s not the foodie capital of Europe without reason. There is no shortage of dining options, between the Michelin-starred restaurants and inviting sidewalk bistros and... Read More

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Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Clink hostel
ClinkNOORD

Here’s some good travel news: You don’t have to spend a fortune to travel in style. The recent rise of luxury hostels means that you can travel well and not break the bank. Forget being cramped up in a dorm room and imagine yourself chilling out on a rooftop... Read More

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Paris, France, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome, Presidential Suite
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome/Presidential Suite

Private elevators, butler service, secret passages, and more space than most single-family homes—the world’s most over-the-top luxury suites pull out all the stops, with amenities that’ll make your jaw drop. But, they don’t come cheap. From several hundred to several thousand dollars per night, these once-in-a-lifetime stays will cost... Read More

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Le Mont St. MIchel, Normandy, France
Le Mont St. Michel/iStock

Paris may be the highlight of your vacation to France, but it’s also a great jumping off point for some memorable and inexpensive day trips. If you have a few extra days in the country, we recommend venturing north, where you’ll see pastoral landscapes that inspired Impressionists and medieval... Read More

Bike excursion in Paris/U by Uniworld
Bike excursion in Paris/U by Uniworld

European river cruises don’t come cheap, but there’s now a more affordable option that’s available only to younger travelers. Uniworld has launched a new brand, U by Uniworld, aimed at ages 21 to 45 — and the cruises are less than half the cost of their regular sailings. Starting next... Read More

Roman Colosseum/iStock
Roman Colosseum/iStock

It’s the ultimate first-time Europe itinerary — jetting between London, Paris, and Rome in a single trip. These cities are packed with sites, they’re easy to navigate, and they offer a rich introduction to the continent. This trip is a must-do for any traveler, and it can be accomplished... Read More

Superior Room/C.O.Q. Hotel
Superior Room/C.O.Q. Hotel

Helping you find the best value lodging experiences around the world, from budget to luxury and everything in between. Paris’s hotel scene is nothing if not varied. You can stay in a 5-star suite at the Ritz, or a cozy Montmartre apartment, or a houseboat on the Seine, and... Read More

Paris boulangerie
Atout France Cédric Helsly

In Paris, you’ll find more than 71 Michelin star restaurants, each more creative than the next, and with price tags to match. But if you’re looking to indulge in French cuisine like a local, don’t feel like you have to go haute or go home. Here’s a few ways... Read More

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Bar at Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l’Est in France
Bar/Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l’Est

With 2017 just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about getaways for the New Year. Here are five deals that’ll inspire you to get up and go in January and February. From $81: Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l’Est (Paris, France) This isn’t your grandma’s Holiday Inn. Located in Paris’ 10th... Read More

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli
Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

Celeb Chef Alex Guarnaschelli is often recognized from her appearances on Chopped and Iron Chef America. She’s also the executive chef at Butter Restaurant in New York City. When Guarnaschelli isn’t in the kitchen or living it up in the Big Apple, she’s traveling. Read on for our one-on-one with the culinary rockstar. ShermansTravel: Where is... Read More

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Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France
Arc de Triomphe/Flickr/Omarukai

Sure, it’s touristy — but Paris’ Champs-Élysées is one of the most famous streets in the world. Extending from the Arc du Triomphe to the Louvre, the picturesque route through Paris’ 8th arrondissement is lined with decadent eats, adorable boutiques, and the Instagram-worthy Tuilerie Gardens and Place de la Concorde. New... Read More

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EMP Museum in Seattle, Washington
Facebook/EMP Museum

At the heart of it, “Star Trek” shares a lot with the traveler’s ethos: excitement over new adventures, a respect for diversity and culture, and an enthusiasm for all that reminds us of our humanity. For a Trekkie, the special exhibits and experiences that are currently on offer in celebration... Read More

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 Avital Pinnick/Tourismo Toscana
Avital Pinnick/Tourismo Toscana

Sometimes it feels like if you’ve seen one cathedral, you’ve seen them all. But these stunners from around the world might just cure your religious building fatigue. Glass Galore: Sainte-Chapelle (Paris, France) If you love colors, there’s nothing like the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, which is wrapped in stained glass on all... Read More

Guestroom at Grand Pigalle in Paris, France
Guestroom/Grand Pigalle

With more than 1,500 hotels in Paris, it’s a tedious task to find the right fit. For those looking to steer clear of tourist traps and cookie-cutter chains, Grand Pigalle is a warm welcome to the City of Light’s hotel landscape. We recently checked into this boutique Parisian property to find out what makes it so unique. What’s... Read More