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Avoid the lines, hear some ghost stories and speak directly with family descendants, by visiting St. Francisville's Plantation Country this year.
Designed in part by Leonardo da Vinci and cut in half by its Porto Canale, Cesenatico’s waterways are far less hectic than Venice and just as picturesque. This idyllic fishing village turned touris...
Venice and its marble palaces, gondolas and picturesque canals have captivated an international audience for centuries, drawing tons of travelers to Italy. Despite its charm, though, the popular to...
France’s second city, Lyon, sits at the meeting point of the Rhône and Saône rivers. Rich with 2,000 years of history, it has it all from a Roman amphitheatre to medieval architecture in the Vieux ...
48 HR Guide Rome
La dolce vita – the Italian sweet life: Does it still exist, and if so, can it be found in touristy Rome? While the critics are quick to point out that the Eternal City is pricey and over-crowded, ...
48 HR Guide Paris
Known as the City Of Love and the City Of Lights, the French capital is like nowhere else in the world. From innovative chefs, artistic institutions and awe-inspiring sights, Paris is a dynamic cul...
48 HR Guide Miami
Hot and sultry with a strong Latin heartbeat, Miami is a city that gets inside of you and you’ll want to go plan a return visit. From chic hotels and boutiques, artsy neighborhoods, hot restaurants...
The casual hook up has long been associated with American pop culture whether it be In the back seat of a car, underneath the school bleachers, or sneaking in and out of bedroom windows. People lov...
Almost every town along the French Riviera conjures up images of old school glamor for the jetsetter. Whether you head to St Tropez, Nice or Cannes, each of these chic seaside resort towns sparkle ...
You don't have to be well versed in the classics to understand why ancient Greece is referred to as the cradle of western civilization. Greek sculpture and architecture set the standard for the dev...