Built on the banks of a fast-flowing river, Hann Münden, Germany is now most famous for its crooked, half timber houses and picturesque cobblestone streets.
While you could easily spend a week simply wandering around Amsterdam’s picturesque canals, here’s a guide to the main highlights you simply can’t miss.
Along with Amsterdam’s famous canals, museums and notorious Red Light District, visitors to the Netherlands can also enjoy the scenic countryside.
While Machu Picchu may be Peru’s crown jewel, the actual journey to get there is nearly just as jaw-dropping. The Sacred Valley holds an incredible array of Inca ruins, which can all be found along the route leading up to the famed peak.
Home to Christmas markets, fortresses and a Night Watchman’s tour, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany is well worth a visit if you find yourself near the Romantic Road.
There are dozens of items you’ll need to bring for your next ski trip, so print off this handy packing list before you head for the hills.
When the honking horns, thousands of pedestrians and bright lights of Times Square get to be too much, both Central Park and the High Line are perfect places to get away from it all.
Few places compare to the Galapagos Islands when it comes to the amount of wildlife in completely untouched habitats. Here are some of the most popular species.
Cartagena is the perfect place to learn to salsa dance like those hip-shaking Colombians, and you can do just that at a place appropriately called Crazy Salsa.
Home to bear pits, medieval buildings and a centuries-old clock tower, Bern, Switzerland is easily one of the world’s most beautiful cities.