After admiring its open-air museums, go underground to discover more of the daily life, the myths and the culture of an ancient civilization.
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Correspondent Angela Corrias explains how you can take a walk through The Middle Ages and Renaissance periods
With Japanese whiskey on the rise, we’ve rounded up the top visitor-friendly distilleries that offer tours, tastings and more.
Whether you do it by air or by sea, you can tour the world in style—and usually in less than 80 days.
One of our favorite ways to explore a city is to take a beer tour. But if you’ve been to a few of the classic —Samuel Adams in Boston, Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis, Coors in Colorado—you might want to try a new kind of sip-and-see.
Road trips by car are nice, but why not up the adrenaline by biking through that postcard-worthy landscape? Cycling tours put you closer to the scenery and let someone else do the planning—including prime pit stops such as wine tastings, snorkeling and river rafting.