8 European Cities for Every Kind of Traveler

europe for every type of traveler

What do you do when you’re planning a trip, and everyone in the family wants to do something different? You find a place that easily caters to all of their interests at the same time. There are eight cities in Europe that have something for everyone, regardless of your age, activity levels, or interests. Keep […]

Seven Oktoberfest Foods You Have to Try

Oktoberfest foods you have to try

Whether it’s tall swinging pitchers spilling beer, lederhosen-clad foreigners singing Bavarian folks songs after a few too many, or Clark Griswold doing the slap dance in European vacation, we all have our images of Oktoberfest. But let’s move away from the beer and focus on one of the festival’s often overlooked attractions. German food is […]

Australia’s Best Festivals: A Guide to Partying Down Under

Australia's best festivals

When you hear the word “festival”, whether you’re talking music, art or comedy, the U.S. and Western European countries almost always come to mind as the hosts. We’re not here to take anything away from the legendary events on the better-known U.S.-European circuit — they’re awesome, we know. We’re just looking to give a little […]

The Latest in Travel Apps: Communication and Personalization

The latest in travel apps

“Ok google, find a fish taco restaurant in Puerto Vallarta that will remind me of the one in San Diego last May.” Far-fetched? For now, maybe. But based on the whispers surrounding the Mobile World Congress Americas, this is where we’re headed — to communicative, highly-personalized apps, and hopefully fish tacos. Mobile World Congress Americas […]

What’s Hot in the Solar Energy World?

Solar Energy

The Solar Power International Trade Show is the world’s largest solar show and it’s fast-approaching. The industry’s leading experts will be in attendance, the latest technology will be on display and solar energy will be a hot topic for weeks to come. With that in mind, let’s check the pulse of the solar world and […]

Your Guide To 48-Hours In Kiev

48-hours in kiev

The city of Kiev is one of Eastern Europe’s hidden gems. It’s not on the tourist trail, it’s cheap and has tons of cool things to do. The city is shaped by stunning neo-classic architecture and opulent churches, combined with traditional Soviet architecture, following decades of Soviet rule. It’s a really interesting city and makes […]

A Guide to Hong Kong’s Historical Sites

guide to hong kong's historical sites

Hong Kong’s history is rich with British colonial influence, tales of marauding pirates, European traders squeezing profit out of the port and refugees fleeing from mainland China. It’s a cosmopolitan territory with a cosmopolitan history. Many travelers come to Hong Kong to seal business deals, hit the nightclubs and see the famous skyline lit up […]

Best Bars and Restaurants Along the NYC Marathon Route

Best bars and restaurants along the nyc marathon route

So you’re not quite the marathon runner. That’s okay. We’re not here to evaluate you on your fitness standards. However, we are here to help you find a great seat to grab something to eat and/or drink while cheering the runners on. Without further ado, here are our top picks for the best bars and […]

5 Jaw Dropping Places to Stay in Santorini

5 jaw dropping places to stay in santorini

Santorini is one of the most romantic and picturesque places in the whole of Europe, so why not consider splurging a bit and making it a trip of a lifetime? With white, cliff-side houses, blue-domed churches and incredible sunsets, it’s guaranteed to be a holiday you’ll never forget. We’ve found five of the most incredible places […]

Toddler-Friendly Vacation Destinations In Asia

asia destinations for babies

There are few joys greater than the birth of your little one, and fewer things that require more drastic changes to your personal life. Yes, you’ll need to make some sacrifices after the birth of your baby, but travel doesn’t have to be one of them. You’ll just need to plan travel a bit differently and with […]

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