18 Must-Visit Cities in Asia

Asia is a continent that offers something for everyone, from Thailand’s magnificent beaches to Beijing’s famed shopping districts and the temples of Hanoi, you’re practically guaranteed to discover your perfect destination. Siem Reap, Cambodia Siem Reap...

9 Dino Destinations to Whet Your Appetite for “Jurassic World”

Can’t wait for the Jurassic Park sequel, “Jurassic World,” to hit theaters in June? Have your own prehistoric adventure at one of these fun-packed dinosaur destinations. The Field Museum, Chicago Home to “Sue,” the largest, best-preserved,...

8 Major Differences between Walt Disney World and Disneyland

There is often confusion when it comes to Walt Disney World and Disneyland. If you’ve ever been to one of these two Disney resorts in the U.S., you might think the other is exactly...

5 Portuguese Wine Regions for Sips and Savings

Portuguese wines offer some of the best value in the world. The country may be small, but its geography – with coast on one side, mountains in the center, and an arid region to...

3 Reasons To Visit Bilbao

The Basque city was once known for its heavy industry and thriving ports; not particularly attractive prospects for attracting tourism. Over the past couple of decades though, like a phoenix from the ashes, Bilbao...

New Mexico- Travel Fun for Families

Every corner of New Mexico has something special for families. Why be bored on vacation when you can come to a place where fun meets adventure? Tent Rocks Like a wonderland from a fairyland, the cone-shaped...

Bodmin Moor- is one of Cornwall’s best-kept secrets

Hidden away from the surf, sand and fishing villages of Cornwall is a small piece of wild up-land ignored by many but loved by those that take the time to explore it. Bodmin Moor...

Salzburg-Mozart’s Hometown

The  Salzach has always been flood - prone, and as climate change, deforestation, and melting Alpine glaciers make rivers throughout Europe flood more frequently, Salzburg is increasingly at risk. What’s more, its pedestrianized historic center—known...

Кон Samui – An Escapist Island in the Gulf of Siam

The backpacker brigade that popularized such idyllic havens as Ibiza, Goa, and Bali first stumbled upon Koh Samui in the 1970s. The island changed considerably once word got out—an airport was built in 1989...

Four Second World War Gun Emplacements

After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour in 1941, their forces began to expand across the Pacific. Enemy submarines and planes penetrated into New Zealand’s waters and airspace, and the country braced itself for a possible...

The Ring of Kerry-Ireland’s Wide Green West

Ireland’s  greatest  tourism  cliché  is  the Ring  of  Kerry,  a  177km  (110-mile)  route around   the   Iveragh   Peninsula,   where scores of tour buses thunder every day in summer.  But  taking  your  own  car  makes all  the...

St. Basil’s Cathedral – Ivan the Terrible’s Moscow Fantasy

On  the  nightly  news,  whenever  reporters broadcast  stories  from  Moscow,  this  is where  they  stand:  on  Red  Square,  the city’s central plaza, with St. Basil’s Cathedral  in  the  background,  a  gaudy  riot  of exotic ...

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