Europe

Traveling the Atlantic Road in Norway

Famous the world over thanks to multiple car television ads, the Atlantic Road (also called the Atlantic Ocean Road) is one of Norway’s most popular attractions. Linking the western coast of Averøy island with the mainland, the 8.3-kilometer (5.1-mile) stretch of Route 64 dances across skerries and islets interspersed with lookouts, fishing spots, and even the odd hotel.

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Best London Markets

Ask a seasoned Londoner, and they’ll tell you there’s a no better way to spend a weekend morning than navigating the city’s famed street markets in search of that one perfect piece, that one-of-a-kind antique, or that fresh, farm-to-market produce. For some of the best street shopping and market stalls in London, check out these popular spots.

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How to Spend a Sunday in Paris

For a first-time visitor to Paris, wandering the streets on a Sunday can be a bit startling: where are all the people? Why are the grocery stores closed? Does this entire city shut down on Sundays? The answer is, for the most part, yes.

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Vacation Activities in Norway for Kids

Children have a prominent place in Norwegian society and will be welcomed anywhere you travel, even on organized trips such as northern lights safaris and shorter glacier hikes. Here are some of the top vacation activities in Norway for kids.

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3-Day Best of Oslo Itinerary

Twenty-first century Oslo is a city transformed. For decades, travelers would head straight for the mountains or the fjords, but today they linger in this cosmopolitan European capital with world-class architecture, art, and museums. Spend an entire weekend break in Oslo or tag on this three-day Oslo itinerary to a longer tour and you will not leave disappointed.

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Norway’s Pulpit Rock Hike

Also known as Pulpit Rock, Preikestolen is the region’s biggest tourist attraction. A cubed cliff 604 meters (1,982 feet) above the Lysefjord, Preikestolen is known around the world for the photographs of tourists dangling their feet over the ledge. Whether you choose to engage in that daring activity or not, the hike to Preikestolen is a worthwhile activity in itself.

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Expats Working in Italy: Finding a Job

While the thought of being your own boss in Italy may sound exciting, the reality is that most expats are working for someone else. Expert John Moretti gives advice on landing a job and shares the realities of working in Italy, including the amazing benefits.

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