Author: ThePlanetD Team

Cruising the Croatian islands has become an iconic holiday activity. Imagine sailing through the clear blue waters of the Adriatic Sea as you search for a secluded cove. Croatia has more than 1,000 islands spanning from north to south, so no matter where you find yourself, you’ll be able to book a day trip out to see one. Even if you aren’t aboard a luxury yacht, many of the best islands in Croatia can be reached by public ferry or even on a sea kayak. We can attest, kayaking to the islands of Croatia is a trip of a lifetime.…

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Mexico is one of our favorite winter vacation destinations. While we love traveling around Mexico independently, we also love to start off our trips at one of its many adults only all inclusive resorts. They are perfect for relaxing in a luxury suite with your own private plunge pool and setting the tone for a romantic Mexican vacation. You could be sipping on cocktails on a secluded white sand beach, making new friends at one of their swim up pool bars, or simply floating down a lazy river. Best adults-only resorts in Mexico Adults-only all-inclusive resorts in Mexico are purpose…

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Yosemite National Park is nearly 1,200 square miles of heaven on earth. You won’t be short of natural attractions, from dramatic valleys to gigantic redwoods and huge waterfalls like Yosemite Falls. It is easy to see why Yosemite National Park is considered one of the best national parks and places to visit in the US. You’ll find some of the best hikes, camping, and photo opportunities. Yosemite might be known for its natural attractions, but it also has some fantastic places to stay. We’ll cover the best areas and the best hotels and campgrounds to choose from when you visit Yosemite National Park. There…

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Big Sur is one of the best places to visit in California, and it is full of amazing beaches and hiking trails. You’ll also find redwood trees galore, so if you want to get up close to the tallest trees in the world, then Big Sur is a must-visit spot. Big Sur is packed with nature and is an ideal destination for a holiday spent outdoors. We’ve established you should definitely visit Big Sur, but what about going camping in Big Sur? What do you need to know, and where should you stay? Whether you love glamping, staying in an RV, or hike-in…

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Yellowstone National Park is one of the best national parks in the US. The 2.2-million-acre park is home to some of the most fascinating things to do, with unique geological and hydrothermal attractions dotted around the reserve. You could be watching Old Faithful erupt into the skies or admire the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River. Or you could embark on one of the national park’s best hikes. In short, visit Yellowstone, and you’ll never forget it. But where to stay in Yellowstone National Park is another question. With so much to do and see, you’ll want at least a few nights…

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It is no secret that Barcelona is an amazing city. The Catalonian capital is situated on the northeast coast of Spain and is packed with things to do and see. Barcelona is home to around 1.6 million permanent residents and many more on the city’s outskirts. The city has a strong identity with a famous football team and fierce sports following. Barcelona is perfect for travelers seeking beach life, and cultural draws like flamenco dancing. There is just one burning question: where to stay in Barcelona? Where to Stay in Barcelona Choosing the right area is the best way to make your…

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If there is one place in North America that truly feels like a little slice of Europe, it is Quebec City. French explorer Samuel De Champlain established the first European settlement in Old Québec in the 17th Century and it has held onto its strong French traditions and heritage making it one of the best places to visit in Canada. From experiencing its French culture to marveling at its historic architecture, there are plenty of things to do in Quebec City to keep you occupied for days. Things to do in Québec City, Canada Be it winter or summer that…

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Redwood National Park is far from just a national park. It is home to some of the tallest trees in the world – redwoods (scientifically known as sequoia sempervirens). Nature and hiking lovers will love walking the trails through old-growth forests and the hundreds and hundreds of redwood trees. Redwood National Park is easily one of the best places to visit in the United States and has hiking trails to match. You’ll find some of the best hikes in California and the United States – with photo opportunities galore. So, we’ve established that Redwood National Park is definitely worth visiting. Its tall trees make it one of…

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Latin America is famous for its delicious food, and Colombia does not disappoint. In fact, sampling Colombian food is one of the top reasons to visit Colombia. Like its country, Colombian cuisine is diverse and exciting. You may spot the odd Caribbean food or Peruvian dish in these 28 best dishes – Colombian cuisine is massively influenced by its surrounding regions and colonial history. The country is split into six regions, each of which has its own regional specialties as well. Remember that there are regional differences when traveling around Colombia’s must-see cities – you don’t want to miss out on a specialty dish. 28…

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Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and an incredible destination for culture and history lovers. There are plenty of things to do in Philadelphia. Whether you want to race up the steps Rocky Steps like Rocky Balboa, enjoy a free concert or take in a stunning view of the Philadelphia skyline, the city will keep you entertained. Best things to do in Philadelphia This guide will cover the absolute best things to do in Philadelphia. From rich history to world-caliber performing arts, and world-class museums, these attractions, and activities will create the Philadelphia itinerary of a lifetime. Philadelphia’s founder…

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Napa Valley is one of the most popular destinations in California and one of the best places to visit in the US. The region is located 50 miles north of San Francisco and 70 miles west of Sacramento. When you visit Napa Valley, you have entered wine country as it is California’s premier wine region. However, it isn’t just wine that Napa Valley brings to the table there are other culinary delights in production from red wine vinegar, olive oil, and delicious syrup. Napa Valley also offers outdoor adventures and beautiful scenery. This guide will explore the very best things…

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Get ready for plenty of excitement when you explore Lagos, Portugal. Lagos sits on the Algarve coast and is known for its famous beaches, lively nightlife, and natural beauty. Surrounded by a golden coastline filled with beautiful rock formations, there are plenty of sights to see and activities to do making it the perfect beach holiday destination. Top Things to do in Lagos Lagos attractions are varied and plentiful. You could hike the Seven Hanging Valleys, visit a museum, or take one of the dolphin-watching boat tours. There are many things to do in Lagos, Portugal, and this guide will…

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Visiting Portugal is lovely for many reasons. But the delicious Portuguese cuisine? That is number one. While Portuguese cuisine is known for its tasty seafood dishes, you’ll find many different Portuguese foods that are based on local traditions and recipes. You could be biting into a Portuguese tart, sitting down for some classic Piri Piri chicken, or sipping a tiny glass of port. The best thing is that many of these dishes are easy to replicate at home – meaning you don’t even have to catch a flight. Traditional Portuguese Food Excited to try some traditional Portuguese foods? You should…

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Looking for where to stay in Nashville? Wondering where to start? Read on! As the capital of Tennessee, Nashville is packed with attractions and history. However, the city is most famous for playing a massive role in music history. It has produced incredible artists, from old-school icons like Dolly Parton to modern stars like Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus. While mostly known for its country music scene, Nashville also has an electric nightlife – so wild that it has been given the nickname ‘Nashvegas’ in recent years. So, where do you stay in such an action-packed city? This guide will…

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Myrtle Beach right is up there with the best places to visit in the US. My family visited Myrtle Beach every winter and it was one of the first road trips Dave and I ever took together. For snowbirds, Myrtle Beach is a great alternative to Florida when heading south for Spring Break. This resort city is great for families and adults alike with endless sandy beaches, golf courses, (both full and mini), and plenty of attractions to keep you busy. This guide will cover the very best of Myrtle Beach attractions. These are the 32 best things to do in…

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South Padre Island is a beautiful resort town off coastal South Texas. My parents actually spent a decade as Snowbirds making their way to South Padre to escape the winters from Canada. The town sits on a massive barrier island and is joined to the mainland by Queen Isabella Causeway. With theme parks and watersports for adventure and amazing natural habitats including nesting grounds for sea turtles and plenty of wildlife, South Padre Island is the perfect balance between spending time in nature and having a fun beach holiday. There are so many South Padre Island attractions – both natural…

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Looking for the ultimate Yosemite day hike? Half Dome is one for your hiking bucket list and is easily one of the most famous in Yosemite National Park. It is not for beginners; you’ll need good fitness and technical ability. However, if you are an experienced hiker, setting your eyes on reaching the top of Half Dome is a worthy challenge. Ready to hike up to Half Dome? This guide will tell you everything you need to know about the Half Dome hike. From what to expect along the way to a breakdown of the best times for hiking Half…

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Planning to visit Death Valley? Get ready! Death Valley is the largest US national park outside of Alaska. It is the hottest and driest place in North America, and Badwater Basin is the lowest spot on the continent. Whew, Death Valley National Park has a lot going on, but that’s not all! Located in both California and Nevada, Death Valley National Park was established in 1994 after holding the title of Death Valley National Monument for five decades. And in 2013, it was fittingly designated as a Dark Sky Preserve. It is easily one of the most memorable places to…

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The US has some incredible national parks, and Shenandoah National Park is one of them. Just a 1.5-hour drive from Washington DC, Shenandoah has over 200,000 acres of wildlife and spectacular scenery. The park extends across Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, with the famous Skyline Drive cutting through the middle. Shenandoah National Park has tons of wildlife, including black bears. It also has dramatic mountains, and Old Rag Mountain and Hawksbill Mountain offer some of the best hikes in Shenandoah. What are the best hikes in Shenandoah National Park besides summit hikes, though? Shenandoah has over 500 miles of hiking trails to…

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Everyone should explore Japan at least once in their lifetime. Japan has thousands of hidden gems and is a year-round destination. You can visit its ski resorts in winter or the beautiful coastline in summer. And, whatever the season, Japan’s cities are always ready to welcome you with fascinating attractions, delicious street food, and bucket loads of culture. The real question is, which of the cities in Japan should you visit? In an ideal world, all of them. However, this guide will narrow it down to the absolute best cities. Explore Japan: The Top Cities in Japan Japan has some…

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Aspen is a small mountain town with a big character and an even bigger reputation. The town is known for its big mountain skiing and has four mountains for skiers to choose from – it’s no wonder it is considered a world-class winter destination. That said, Aspen is a dream for outdoor enthusiasts all year round. When the snow disappears, you have horseback riding, rock climbing, biking trails, and hiking trails. Aspen also sits in the middle of White River National Forest, so you are never short of wilderness to explore. One thing is for sure; there are plenty of…

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Visiting Boston? Lucky you. The capital of Massachusetts sits on the New England Coast and is one of the best-known destinations in the US. Despite its long and illustrious history, the city has a trendy, youthful atmosphere. And Boston’s attractions are second to none – you’ll find historic sites, art galleries, and great restaurants. Boston was a significant city in the American Revolution, so you’ll find lots of political history dotted around the city. With its close proximity to Harvard University, it is no wonder you will find plenty of museums and galleries, many of which are founded, owned, and…

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Ready to experience the tropical allure of the Florida Keys? The Florida Keys have some of the best beaches in Florida, and the region is easily one of the best places to visit in the state. In fact, the Florida Keys are one of our favorite places to visit in the entire USA. The Florida Keys are heaven on earth with the feel of a tropical island right in your own backyard. It can be overwhelming trying to decide what to do in the Keys let alone trying to figure out where to stay in the Florida Keys but we…

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Looking for an outdoor adventure in Nevada? The 46,000-acre Valley of Fire State Park should be added to your bucket list. The US has lots of beautiful national parks, but their State Parks are pretty spectacular as well. In fact, the Valley of Fire is one of the best state parks in Nevada. The park is famous for its characteristic Aztec sandstone, which gives the park a memorable red glow and it’s full of fascinating rock formations and hiking trails. Earn some stamps on your Nevada state parks passport and prepare for some exciting experiences. So, what are the best…

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Looking for the best places to visit in the South of France? You’ve come to the right place. It had been quite some time since we’d traveled the South of France, but this summer we had the good fortune of spending nearly a month revisiting this beautiful region. While taking a Canal du Midi cruise on our luxury houseboat with Le Boat, we had the chance to explore some of the lesser-known places in Southern France. During this trip down the historic waterway, we were reminded of all the beautiful places in the South of France that we’ve taken over…

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Few places are as beautiful as California. The state has some of the best beaches, cities, and hikes in the entire United States. Located in Northern California just one hour south of San Francisco, San Jose is one of the best cities on the west coast. San Jose is a tourist hot spot. There are many things to do in San Jose, from heritage attractions to natural scenery and hiking trails. It is also known for its cutting-edge tech movement and educational opportunities. It is home to San Jose State University, Santa Clara University, and even Silicon Valley, the home of the tech industry.  Top things to…

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Are you planning to visit Arizona? If so, prepare to be spoilt for choice. There are lots of places to visit in Arizona – from admiring the Grand Canyon to experiencing cultural tourist attractions throughout its desert landscape. Top places to visit in Arizona This guide is split into specific sections, as there are many different types of places to visit in Arizona. We’ll look at the best cities, national parks, and outdoor attractions, and then finish with a special extras section leaving you with plenty of inspiration for your upcoming trip. Best cities to visit in Arizona Arizona isn’t…

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If you are looking for things to do in Austin, the good news is there are lots of choices. As the Texas State Capitol, Austin embodies all things Texas – promising a jam-packed itinerary. You can learn about Texas history, visit fun attractions, admire Latin American art, and experience an impressive cityscape. As the Live Music Capital of the world, there is no shortage of places to watch live music in the city. This activity was definitely one of our favorite things to do in Austin. Top Things to Do in Austin Of course, nature lovers will also find many things to…

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If you are visiting Washington State, you must visit Olympic National Park. First, the national park is only two hours out of Seattle. Second, there are many amazing things to do in Olympic National Park, and third, it’s one of the most beautiful national parks in the United States. Olympic National Park covers nearly a million acres. The park is an expanse of snow-capped mountains, glacier meadows, beaches, and hiking trails galore. When planning an Olympic National Park itinerary, you are spoiled for choice with all the activities. For those wanting to escape city life and stay in a cabin, tent, or campervan for…

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There are countless things to do in San Fransico that are on many a bucket list. From walking across the Golden Gate Bridge to riding its iconic cable cars there is no doubt that a visit to San Francisco will be a vacation you’ll remember for years to come. San Francisco is one of the best cities in California, if not one of the best cities in the US, and planning a San Francisco trip is so exciting. Whether you wander through San Francisco’s Chinatown or want to find the best spot to view the iconic San Francisco skyline at…

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Whether you jet off every other weekend or take one holiday a year, having the right luggage is vital to a good trip. You want luggage suited to your travel style, good quality, and durable. After all, who wants a luggage bag that will break before you even leave the airport? Or a wheeled suitcase on an Amazon jungle trek? Your luggage bag is important travel gear. Top Luggage Brands for Every Budget Outside of the realms of common sense, though, comparing luggage brands is still an exhausting process. There are lots of factors that you need to take into…

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Hawaii is something else. The islands have far surpassed being ‘just a tourist destination’ and have become a dream destination for many travelers. Hawaii’s natural beauty is unrivaled. From the beautiful beaches, dramatic volcanic landscapes, and abundant native animals like sea turtles – it is no wonder you want to visit. Now you’ve just got to figure out where to stay in Hawaii. The islands are associated with luxury hotels, but there are lots of options to suit different budgets. This guide will take you through the best places to stay in Hawaii. The best areas to stay in Hawaii…

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Searching for the best Greek islands to visit? The good news is that you have lots of choices. Greece has 227 inhabited islands where you can stay and over 6,000 uninhabited islands and islets that you can explore by day trip. Whether you want traditional villages, busy cities, gorgeous beaches, or a UNESCO World Heritage Site or two, all the Greek Islands have something to offer. You could visit Santorini – one of the most romantic destinations in the world. You could visit Paxos and Antipaxos, some of the smallest inhabited islands in Greece. Or, for a party experience, you could…

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Denver is a fantastic city break in the United States. As the Colorado capital, it has tons of things to do and see. You could be watching a baseball game at Coors Fields, visiting Molly Brown House Museum, or heading off for a day of hiking in the Rocky Mountains. Denver sits amongst hundreds of attractions. With so much diversity in entertainment options, it is easy to see how different areas of Denver can be polar opposites. In fact, neighborhoods are so different that choosing where to stay in Denver is just as important as planning an itinerary. In this guide, we’ll introduce you…

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Chicago is the best. The Illinois capital is one of the most exciting cities in the United States. It has a skyline that would turn most cities green with envy and has vibrant city life and culture. Chicago is also situated on the shores of Lake Michigan and even has waterfront and watersport activities on offer. Of course, as the third most populated city in the United States, it is no wonder that the windy city is full of things to do and places to eat. The massive city has lots of different neighborhoods with different qualities. This guide will cover where to…

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Beautiful is the best word to describe Iceland. It is a beautiful country with beautiful waterfalls, national parks, hiking trails, and wildlife. Even its active volcanoes are stunning, just in a slightly terrifying and humbling way. Iceland has an addictive quality, and whether it is your first visit or fifteenth, there is always a new place or thing to experience. With such an exciting and picturesque landscape, it is no wonder there are many things to do in Iceland. This guide will cover the best things to do in Iceland – hopefully giving you some inspiration before your trip. Top…

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If you believe in a higher power, Italy proves they have favorites. Not only does the country have some of the most beautiful cities in the world and is full of things to do, but Italian food is also in a league of its own. Italian cooking is full of flavor, fresh vegetables, and herbs. In Italy, local cuisine varies per region, and you’ll find recipe variations and region-specific dishes when traveling across Italy. Lazio, Veneto, Campania, Liguria, and Tuscan cuisine are some of the most popular Italian foods. Traditional Italian Food Of course, we recommend that you should try it…

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Colorado is full of fantastic cities to visit. From Colorado Springs to Grand Junction, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained across the state. However, Denver definitely takes the cake. As the capital of Colorado, Denver has the best attractions and activities for every type of traveler. Its huge personality and the sheer number of things to do keep it head and shoulders above Colorado’s other cities. Top Things to do in Denver You can stroll past swanky boutique stores in Downtown Denver, book a tasting session at one of the city’s craft breweries, or explore some of the Denver…

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Cinque Terre is one of the most stunning places in Italy. Of course, Italy is full of beautiful cities and amazing things to do, yet Cinque Terre has a unique, captivating hold over visitors. The tiny, cliffside villages and towns with colorful houses look like they’ve leaped straight off a postcard. Cinque Terre has a wow factor that beats even the Amalfi Coast. The villages sit in the Cinque Terre National Park, which covers a stretch of the Ligurian coast. You’ll definitely want to pick the best place to maximize your experience. We’ve compiled a guide to where to stay in Cinque Terre. We’ll cover…

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When you think of New York, Manhattan is usually the first borough that springs to mind. There are endless things to do in Manhattan, and the borough has celebrity status. If you want to be entertained day and night, you have made a great choice by choosing to visit Manhattan. Manhattan represents everything that visitors love about the Big Apple. It has classic landmarks like the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, and Central Park. Manhattan attractions are equally famous. You’ll find plenty of museums and art galleries spread across Downtown Manhattan. Things to do in Manhattan Let’s delve…

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Looking to escape the city and find some day trips from London? You’re in luck – London is surrounded by incredible day trip destinations. In just a short drive or ride on public transport, you can find yourself in front of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or sitting on a rollercoaster in a theme park. Whether you want the countryside, seaside, villages or the chance to experience another city’s highlights, you’ll have plenty of choices. If you have a day to spare, why not put it to good use? Top Day Trips from London…

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Moab is full of amazing things to do. But, if you are planning a trip, make sure to add hiking in Moab to the top of your list. Moab is surrounded by some of Utah’s best national parks and some of the best hikes in the USA. You can easily explore Zion or Arches National Park from Moab. Bryce Canyon is also a short distance away and Dead Horse Point State Park stands proud over the Colorado River. The Moab area is a geologist’s and photographer’s paradise, with plenty of rock formations, desert landscapes, and sweeping views to reach. Moab is a fantastic place to base yourself if you want…

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There is something special about cabin-life, and with VRBO, you can experience it firsthand on your next vacation to Arizona. You’ll arrive at a beautiful property with a warm, homely appeal – a far cry from often personality-lacking hotels. There are many cabins in Arizona to choose from, whether you want a downtown suburban experience or to be utterly off-the-grid in a national forest. Cabins sleep from one to over ten guests depending on the property, so don’t rule out rental cabins for group holidays either. Arizona cabin rentals are a versatile accommodation style to enjoy and explore the state. Whether…

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Quick, think about America’s greatest sites for tourists. You probably think about Disneyworld in Florida or the Grand Canyon. But Puerto Rico attracted four million tourists in 2020, generating nearly three billion dollars in revenue.  These facts about Puerto Rico may surprise you. Yet these two statistics are just the tip of the iceberg. There’s a lot you should learn about Puerto Rico before you plan a trip to the island territory of the United States. Fun Facts About Puerto Rico Is Puerto Rico a state, and where did it come from? What are some of Puerto Rico’s best attractions, including food-related…

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Wondering where to stay in Seattle? It is a good question. The city has many different neighborhoods, and each has its own unique atmosphere and culture. In fact, its different neighborhoods are partly what gives this west coast city its charm. There are many factors to consider when choosing where to stay in Seattle – including whether you want a central location, proximity to certain tourist attractions, or a spot on the Seattle waterfront. Seattle is a major city with lots to research before you visit. Where to Stay in Seattle If you want a quick answer for where to…

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Lake Tahoe is dreamy. Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Lake Tahoe has easy access to beautiful hiking trails, ski resorts, golf courses, and both summer and winter sports. Surrounded by mountains and pine forests this huge freshwater lake makes for a fantastic holiday destination. Lake Tahoe also has a lot of options for different areas to stay and accommodations to suit all budgets. You could stay on the north shore or the south shore. You could stay remotely in a heavenly ski resort in Olympic Valley or at The Hard Rock Hotel in the busy town of Stateline. Lake Tahoe has…

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Alaska has so much more than ice and snow. The largest state in the USA also has a lot of history, too. There are so many fun facts about Alaska that end up attracting visitors from around the world. From its population of Kodiak brown bears to the largest glacier accessible by car in the USA, the Matanuska Glacier, there’s something for everyone. Not to mention, it has a rich, diverse, and culturally fascinating history behind it. Why is Alaska such a popular travel destination in North America? Well, it has a bit to do with the outdoor activities and…

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Canyonlands National Park offers some of the best hikes in the United States. The largest of Utah’s Mighty Five national parks, it has miles of desert hikes, slot canyons, and panoramic views. Want to spend a day on world-class hiking trails? We recommend choosing Canyonlands National Park for your next outdoor adventure. Top Hikes in Canyonlands National Park Top Hikes in Canyonlands National Park 1. Grand View Point Trail, Island in the Sky 2. Mesa Arch Trail, Island in the Sky 3. Chesler Park Loop Trail, Needles 4. Syncline Loop Trail, Island in the Sky 5. Confluence Overlook Trail, Canyonlands…

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If you are visiting Florida, you will have your choice of endless adventures. The state has many things to add to your itinerary, from amazing beaches to beautiful places to visit. Of course, Florida is also known for its top theme parks.  Harry Potter fans can channel their inner Harry Potter at Universal Studios. Lego fans can head to Legoland in Winterhaven, while thrill-seekers can head straight to Universal’s Island of Adventure – home to Florida’s tallest launch roller coaster. You should definitely visit a theme park on your trip. But what are the best theme parks in Florida? The…

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There are many amazing things to do in Brooklyn. You can admire art in Brooklyn Museum or street art on Troutman Street. You can dine at a Michelin restaurant or an outdoor food market. Brooklyn has an answer for every tourist request making it perfect for entertaining all types of vacationers. Sure, you should still visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and you must make your way to The Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building, but once you’ve seen New York City’s classic attractions, make sure to head over the Brooklyn Bridge and explore all the best…

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The USA is known for its stunning beaches. Whether you head to San Diego or Miami, you’ll find pristine beaches and exciting beach culture. You could find yourself surfing, playing beach volleyball, sunbathing, swimming, or even meeting sea turtles. Better still, the best beaches in the USA are surrounded by things to do and see – making them fantastic beach destinations for a weekend away. Top Beaches in the USA Top Beaches in the USA 1. Cannon Beach, Cannon Beach OR 2. Sandy Beach, Honolulu HI 3. South Beach, Miami FL 4. Coast Guard Beach, Eastham MA 5. Henderson Beach…

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The UK is not short on incredible cities to visit. England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland have fascinating cultures that you can experience through their cities’ architecture, attractions, and hospitality. We’ll cover the finest in the United Kingdom – from major cities like London and Edinburgh to lesser-visited cities like Inverness, Bristol, and York. When planning a trip to the United Kingdom, these are the places that you should be adding to your itinerary. Top Cities in the UK The UK includes some of the best countries to visit in the world, and each city reflects a unique culture and…

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Quick, think about the world’s greatest cities in the world! Perhaps you dream of Paris, London, and New York.  Yet nearly 2.2 million tourists went to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates in the first quarter of 2022 alone. Tens of thousands of Americans visited the city and saw sights they could not see anywhere else. You can too, as long as you know some important facts about Dubai. Fun Facts about Dubai  What are the history and climate of Dubai like? What are Dubai’s greatest tourist attractions? How can you respect local customs and remain safe in the city? Answer these questions…

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All-inclusive resorts make some of the most relaxing holiday destinations. With all (or most) meals included in your stay, you’ll find limited hidden costs and no stress over organizing mealtimes. Some all-inclusive resorts even include alcoholic drinks in your package – meaning you could be sitting by the pool sipping unlimited margaritas for your whole stay. All-inclusive resorts in the United States have some of the best all-inclusive packages in the world. Plus, you can find inclusive resorts in the most incredible locations. Whether you want a beachfront, lakefront, island, or mountain top locale, the United States’ all-inclusive scene will…

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Colorado is great for many reasons, but the best things about the state are its nature and outdoor activities. You can hike during summer in Rocky Mountain National Park or ski in Aspen during Colorado’s winter. The outdoor adventures make it an exciting holiday destination but, thanks to the vacation rental industry, you can maximize your outdoor experiences to give an authentic at-home feel by booking a cabin rental. Instead of choosing a hotel in the center of Denver or Colorado Springs, you can head further into the suburbs or off-the-grid entirely. Cabin rentals offer more privacy and independence to…

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