What to Wear in London

Want to know what to pack for Britain’s varied weather? Author and resident Karen White shares some tips and important must-haves for exploring London.

Moon Jerusalem & the Holy Land

This full-color guide to Jerusalem includes vibrant photos and helpful planning maps. Calls to prayer echo out over valleys and rooftops. The wailing siren for Shabbat and the ringing of church bells are omnipresent. This is a city of religious pilgrimages and a land of ancient stories, where even the bodies of water whisper of […]

Moon MapGuide Paris

In the sleek Moon MapGuide Paris, Paris resident Aurelia d’Andrea profiles the best of the city to simplify your trip. This guide combines discreet, laminated, fold-out maps with selective listings of the hottest sights, shops, restaurants, amusements, nightlife, and hotels to help you navigate the city—without looking like a typical tourist. For easy reference, Paris […]

The Cost of Living in London

Why is living in London so expensive? Author Karen White discusses why the cost of living is so high and what to consider if you’re hoping to make the move to the United Kingdom.

Cell Phones in France

Whether you’re on vacation or making the move to France, getting set up with a cell phone, or “mobile” (as it’s called there), poses challenges for Luddites and techno-wizards alike. Aurelia d’Andrea breaks down the different types of services and options for those who want to stay connected abroad.

Taking the Métro in France

If you’re moving to France or just visiting, author Aurelia d’Andrea shares what it’s like to take the Métro in Paris and other cities. She also includes tips for standard etiquette and the most cost-effective ticketing options.

Parks & Rec: Dublin Edition

Did you know that Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometer than any other European capital city? Author Christina McDonald-Legg gives a quick overview of the city’s most unique parks.

Moving to London: Explore the City First

If you’re interested in moving to London, a fact-finding trip is a must. Resident and expat Karen White shares a one-week itinerary that lets you explore London’s neighborhoods, find the right place for you (or your family) to live, and still have time for sightseeing.

Christmas in Paris: Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

Nat King Cole probably didn’t have Parisian street corners in mind when he crooned the opening lines to the classic holiday tune “The Christmas Song,” but chestnuts roasting on an open fire are an annual tradition that adds a hefty dose of seasonal charm to the City of Light. Author Aurelia d’Andrea reveals the best place to experience this tradition like a local.