Two airlines with big ambitions find a way to connect their route systems to give passengers many options.
Ferry service between ports in UK, Ireland and the continent continues to grow, with over a dozen new ships on order.
France's SNCF is pushing a plan to merge the two big transnational high-speed train companies; it already controls both.
Warnings of a possible runaway glacier have closed roads in Italy near the borders with France and Switzerland.
Vegan and vegetarian food tours are becoming more available and more popular across Europe.
The confusing array of possible passes has been narrowed down to a simple few, with some money-saving options.
A survey of 24 European monuments found quite a variety of bacteria, some of them possibly dangerous.
Sweden is seeing a big boom in the popular 'all-you-can-eat' style railpasses, possibly spurred by the 'flight-shaming' movement.
Mixing Brexit issues and commercial rivalry, British rail operators say they are leaving Europe's rail pass schemes—and then say they're not.
Just walking, admiring store windows & getting in on the act.
Airlines are found liable for delays, even if the delay was on a flight leg operated by a partner airline.
Under pressure from the European Commission, Airbnb's websites will become a little more consumer-friendly.
With a court ruling that Airbnb is an information platform, not a real estate firm, Europe's issues with holiday rentals flare up anew.
PHeymont enjoyed his recent Rhine cruise, including the great locks that made it possible to rise over 800 feet between Rotterdam and Basel.
The 100 and 200 Euro notes, now the largest issued, get some new looks and some new security features.