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.
With an embarrassment of natural riches like glaciers and the Alps, Switzerland appeals to adventurers while luring city slickers to Bern and Geneva.
A castle built into a cliff and the ‘Queen of all Caves’ might sound like hype, but as anyone who has visited Slovenia’s Postojna Cave or Predjama Castle can attest to the spectacular sites live up to their reputation.
Puerto Vallarta has lots of activities for visitors, including zip-lining, tequila tasting, strolling around town, ATV jungle tours or hitting the beach.
Slovenia is one of Europe’s best kept secrets, and home to historic Ljubljana, the jaw-dropping Postojna Caves, picturesque Piran and famous Lake Bled.
The incredible Garden Village eco-resort near Lake Bled, Slovenia boasts tree houses, glamping tents, gardens and even an infinity pool.
Perfect for a quick getaway, Liechtenstein’s mountain landscapes and the beauty of the capital Vaduz appeal to both adventure seekers and history buffs.
Bruges’ preserved medieval buildings helped it become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its famous canals and clock tower lure visitors from all over.