Been dying to have your Hallmark moment and move to an idyllic small town in Italy? Well, now you can get paid to do it. Like some areas of the country that were offering €2,000 to attract new residents, now there are towns in Italy offering $33,000 (€28,000) to anyone who will move there.
On the island of Crete lies the ruins of an ancient palace.
Whale watching can be a magical experience.
Traveling by train is not only more environmentally friendly than any other means of transport, it's also a way to comfortably enjoy road trips without the traffic. If you’ve ever wanted to explore America’s stunning landscapes, Amtrak is now selling its 30-day USA Rail Pass at a discounted price. You can hop on and off trains across 500 destinations for just $299 per pass.
If you are looking for a unique place to visit, Northern Portugal has plenty to offer—from stunning natural landscapes to...
An incredibly unique park is now open for visitors in New York City. Little Island, designed by Heatherwick Studio and Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, is a nature getaway and peaceful retreat for city dwellers after a difficult approval and construction process that took about eight years. The project is one of the first parks to open following the COVID-19 pandemic and is sure to help reintroduce the city to enjoying public space.
For over 170 years, the Smithsonian has served as a “place of scientific discovery, cultural exploration, and collaborative learning.
In small towns, everyone knows everyone. People stop to chat on the street and young people exhaust their dating pools.
Are sweet dreams made of tequila? Come aboard the Jose Cuervo Express, a liquored up locomotive that has turned a dream into a reality for fellow tequila sippers. The Tequila Train (as it's colloquially called) chugs along through the Mexican countryside and offers a new luxury experience, complete with all-you-can-drink tequila. After a pandemic pause, you can get back on track with this elevated express ride from Guadalajara to the community of Tequila, Mexico.
Scattered around the globe, several hotels are offering unique accommodations that literally let you sleep with the fishes.
Now that the weather is warming up, people are starting to venture back outside in search of fun leisure activities.