7 Things Americans need to know before visiting Spain

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Laura Hale is an American living in Madrid. Having witnessed enough Americans doing stupid things here, she has some critical advice for those of her fellow countrymen thinking about paying […]

Is Ubud a Tourist Trap? How to Enjoy Bali’s Cultural Center

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Is Ubud a Tourist Trap? was written by fellow travel blogger Maria Alexandra, who now speaks Bahasa Indonesia after living among locals in-country for one year.  Following the release of Julia Roberts’ Eat, Pray, […]

The Best of The Czech Republic: Exploring The Historic Towns of Bohemia

The Czech Republic is not only one of the most beautiful countries in Europe; it’s also one of the most affordable to visit.  It is a country characterized by its fairytale-like architecture, red-tiled villages, riverside streets made of cobblestone, historic spa resorts, and remarkably-pretty market squares.  The hilly, Czech countryside is no less inviting as its forests, mountains and scenic […]

Things to do in New York: 13 things most tourists in New York miss

by Barry Divola   THE COAT HANGER’S TWIN SISTER Look at that picture. It’s the Sydney Harbour Bridge, right? What’s it doing here in this story? Simple – it’s in New York. In fact, if you’re arriving from La Guardia airport you might be able to see it from your taxi on your trip into […]

AP Explains: For Americans, big changes in travel to Cuba

HAVANA (AP) — Raul Castro’s time in office has seen dramatic changes in Americans’ ability to travel to Cuba, with a dramatic opening under U.S. President Barack Obama, then a partial reduction under President Donald Trump. BEFORE DETENTE Before former President Barack Obama launched detente with Cuba in December 2014, most Americans without family ties […]

Hidden Gems: India’s Better Kept Travel Secrets

Submerged chapels and unexplored caves—there’s plenty to discover, if you know where to look. In a country as vast, geographically diverse, and steeped in legend as India, every place has a story to tell. Around every corner lurks a ruined fort to explore, a waterfall to swim in, a tiny eatery that serves extraordinary food. […]

Where to Eat Great Pizza Near NYC’s Hottest Tourist Attractions

You’re coming to New York City, and the itinerary is packed. But since eating is just as important as snagging Hamilton tickets, we’re here to help. NYC’s sheer volume of pizza joints means it’s easy to fall prey to a mediocre slice, especially near tourist attractions, which tend to be situated in the city’s less-than-cool neighborhoods. So we’ve enlisted Scott […]

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka: An Unexpected Gem

Glistening shores, year-round sunshine, wild elephants casually munching on roadside shrubbery, serene waterfalls and breathtaking mountain views – what more could a traveller want? Yet somehow, the unexpected sparkling gem that is Sri Lanka is underrated and less travelled, despite its spectacular holidaying and adventure-seeking qualities. To bring this destination to light, we have listed the top […]

5 Free iOS Apps Airlines Don’t Want You to Know About

Here’s five neat little apps that will help you score the cheapest plane tickets possible so that you can book your trip and not drain your bank account. 1. Skyscanner: We don’t know how they do it, but Skyscanner consistently scours the Internet and churns up some of the best prices for flights we’ve seen. What’s great […]

12 Of The Weirdest Hotel Rooms You Can Actually Stay At

12. Marmara Antalya, Turkey This is the only rotating hotel in the world, allowing you to experience 360° stunning views. Floating in a pool of 478 tonnes of water and aided by six electric motors, it completes a rotation several times a day. Imagine falling asleep facing the sea and waking up facing the pool! Book a room here. […]