Josh Friedman discusses the legacy of democracy while standing at its birthplace in Athens, Greece. The ruins of the Ancient Greek agora in Athens The Acropolis in Athens
By JOSH FRIEDMAN In a surprise move, internationally isolated Belarus announced earlier this month it is lifting visa restrictions on citizens of 80 countries, including the U.S., Canada and almost all European states. The former Soviet republic, which has been deemed by the U.S. to be Europe’s last dictatorship, appears to be incrementally opening up to
Sunrise over Sweden from airplane window. Photo: Jaclyn Snow By JACLYN SNOW Many people believe you have to be rich to travel internationally, but anyone with the right tricks can find extremely inexpensive and even free flights! I backpacked through 27 countries last year on a shoestring budget, and I am happy to
By JOSH FRIEDMAN If you are of the belief that a Trump presidency will be a catastrophe, now is an excellent time to search abroad for new opportunities. And if you are one of the people who threatened to move to a different country in the event of Trump winning the White House, put your
Step inside a place that does exist but is not recognized as a country.
By JOSH FRIEDMAN Seven countries issue passports that provide more visa-free travel options than the U.S. passport, according to recently released rankings. German citizens have the world's top travel document. Henley & Partners (H&P), a residence and citizenship planning firm, ranks passports based on the number of countries and territories to which they provide visa-free access.
Galata Bridge Josh Friedman gives a standing tour of Istanbul from the famous Galata Bridge. Catch a glimpse of East and West and old and new from a location that divides the world both geographically and culturally. Also take a trip to Istanbul's Historic Peninsula to visit the world's most famous church-turned mosque-turned
Hi there, Check out our latest episode. We cover the city of lights that is Paris, the quaint Czech capital that is Prague, and the terrifying Greek Crisis.
By James E. Carlisle With the World Cup behind us and the Olympics on the horizon, Brazil takes a break from the spotlight, but I find myself here in the northern state of Pará, immersed in a vibrant culture which keeps on shining. Brazilian culture is renowned for being an exciting fusion of European, African
Josh and Daniel made a short trip to Macedonia's capital. Find out what we thought of the Balkan Vegas