Reading Time: 5 minutes Ischia is a long-kept secret from North Americans. Ischia is best known for its therapeutic hot springs and additional cultural attractions, all meant to be savored at a leisurely pace.
Reading Time: 6 minutes With a pleasant climate, breathtaking landscapes, and activities to suit all ages and interests, South Africa boasts something for every type of traveler. If you thought it was simply your one-stop shop for safari, it’s time to think again. The wine tasting, delicious food, history, hiking, and water sports are just some of the great offerings, proving that there’s oh so much more to it than wildlife.
It's no secret that Amsterdam is a fascinating place to visit. With its rich history, artistic legacy, intricate canal system, and abundance of museums, you will find much to do and see. Easily walkable, you can find most of the top sites are within a close distance....
Budapest offers everything from a historic old town, amazing architecture, coffee house culture, and amazing gastronomy. But perhaps it is most well-known for its thermal spas and baths plus an ancient healing culture. Budapest is a "City of Spas." Spa tourism is...
Reading Time: 6 minutes Alaska took me by surprise. Sure, I was expecting natural beauty and awe-inspiring scenic landscapes. What was surprised me the most was the pioneering spirit of the people who lived there.
Reading Time: 5 minutes St. Maarten/St. Martin offers two cultures in one. With the diversity of the island’s residents and visitors, St. Maarten offers an authentic international experience in the balmy Caribbean.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Costa Rica’s endless beaches, dense rainforests, volcanos, river valleys, and biodiversity offer various adventures and breathtaking panoramas around every corner.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Santorini is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Charming Greek villages, whitewashed buildings, turquoise waters, picturesque beaches, excellent cuisine, and astonishingly good wines make it a perfect destination.
This week's article is about Naoshima, the art island in Japan's Seto Inland Sea (considered the Mediterranean of Japan). It's the story of how art transformed a remote Japanese island and its community. Naoshima is now one of the world's most...
Reading Time: 5 minutes We chose to go to Buenos Aires as it was such a good value compared to the American dollar. We wanted to go where the climate was temperate. Known as the Paris of Latin America, Buenos Aires has a history of European immigrants shaping the city. The European influence shows in the grand boulevards, European architecture, cafe culture, and world-class food and wine. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite places.