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Tucked between corn fields, silos and old rail lines, the most German city in Minnesota is full of history and a culture reminiscent of its native land. Although you won’t find any half-timbered ho...
Whether you're swaggering around the Temple Bar area at last call or taking in manuscripts of James Joyce, Dublin is one of those cities so distinct, it's impossible to forget.​
Britain’s coastal city of Liverpool is perhaps best known for its industrial past—it reigned as the world’s leading city for cotton production during the Industrial Revolution—football and a little...
The neighborhood just west of downtown Miami was coined "Little Havana" after a sharp influx of Cuban immigrants in the 1960s prompted by Castro's communist regime. Little Havana houses the largest...
University of Michigan has a lot going for it – the academics, a long-lasting sports legacy, and an amazing Ann Arbor location that makes it one of the most desirable college towns in America (acco...
From swamps to sugarcane fields and spicy foods, Louisiana is a state bursting with character, and its capital city is no stranger to the limelight. Home to Louis Armstrong, LSU’s Mike the Tiger, a...
Regularly cited as one of the best college towns in America, you don’t need a guidebook to tell you about the electric appeal of a visit to Lawrence. From the basketball to the books, hear right fr...
Between the wrought iron balconies overflowing with flora and fauna and music flittering through in the streets, New Orleans' historic French Quarter is a feast for the senses and one of the must-s...
As the first state to abolish prohibition, a city full of Eastern European and Irish immigrants, and a place that gets well below freezing, Detroit residents know how to appreciate a good drink. To...