Greece is known for its stunning islands, and with six island groupings spanning three seas, you’re sure to find something that suits your taste. But with over 100 inhabited options, most of the attention goes to a few high-profile islands. You’ve heard of Santorini, Crete, and Corfu, but have you heard of Thirassia, Gavdos, and Othoni?
The first things you notice about Bosnia are (a) how incredibly friendly the people are, (b) how much cheaper it is than already-cheap Croatia, (c) how hard the Bosnians are working to encourage sustainable tourism and, (d) how yummy all the food is.
Many people have an outdated perspective of life in Colombia. The dark days of Pablo Escobar and the drug cartels that are still portrayed in the Netflix series Narcos, are long gone. However, the question of safety in Colombia remains constant. So, from someone who has lived in the country since 2012, let's get right into it and I will address the most burning issues.
While Germany is a great place to visit, it’s also a lovely place to call home. Here, IL contributor Erik S. Meyers shares his top 5 recommendations for your next trip to Germany, including Dresden, Rügen Island, and Lake Constance.
When retirement rolled around for Minnesota couple Mary and John Ederer, Mary made a promise to her husband: They wouldn’t have to spend another winter shoveling snow. Right now, the couple are test-driving life in Placencia, Belize…
Nestled in the heart of the Alps between Austria and Switzerland, the Principality of Liechtenstein is one of Europe’s last true monarchies, and with its mountainous scenery and medieval castle, the little country looks like it comes straight from the pages of a fairy tale book.
When they first met, the one thing Linda and Dave McQueeney had in common was a love of travel, and the desire to live abroad when they retired. Linda was thinking of Costa Rica, for the warm climate and ocean views, while Dave had thoughts of Europe to serve as a home base for exploring the continent leisurely each month.
When my husband and I moved to Tamarindo, Costa Rica, we had a plan. We designed a life with our main residence in Costa Rica, and a smaller one in Austin, Texas (returning each autumn for football, family, and frivolity). We also allotted two or three months of each year for international travel.
There are many good reasons to consider living in Colombia. International Living has been telling its readers for several years about some of the benefits of living in the country that is considered the gateway to South America...
If you’re looking for a place that’s a bit off-the-beaten-track, where you are unlikely to run into large tour groups, consider a trip to Skopje (pronounced scope-ee-ah). One of the low-cost capitals in Europe, this quirky city offers visitors a wide range of attractions, from the Kale Fortress to the Mother Teresa Memorial House and from the Millennium Cross to...