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8 Quirky European Towns to Visit
With the summer tourist swarms behind, fall and winter are actually two of the best times to visit Europe (Oktoberfest aside). Flights are cheap and tours will be half-dead, which makes it a perfect time to skip the hotspots and get to know some of the more unique cities.
The Largest National Park is in Greenland (Plus a Couple Other Compelling Reasons to Go)
Few places in the world combine the jaw-dropping scenery, unpolluted skies, deep-rooted culture, and astonishing heritage as Greenland. But make no mistake, traveling here isn't easy - the prices are steep, there's relatively few flights and reliable roads, and the desirable seasons are short.
The 10 Best Midwest Foliage Drives to Leaf Peep Like a Champ
Foliage fawning, or leaf-peeping, season has arrived in the Midwest, with some of the area's deciduous trees already starting to turn from green to vibrant reds, yellows and oranges. With the peak of the season just a few weeks away for most of the Midwestern states, now's the time to plan the ul...
6 Reasons to Take a Coffee Tour in Colombia
There's so much more to coffee than just a beverage created to caffeinate you. It's a culture, a lifestyle and for so many Colombians, a way to provide meals and support for their family.
8 of the World's Hardest (But Breathtakingly Beautiful) Hikes
Some of the world's most treasured, remote landscapes can't be seen by helicopters, cars or even mountain bikes. These sacred places, like Ciudad Perdida, Everest's Base Camp and the top of Huayna Picchu, can only be reached on two feet. Although these climbs are open to the public, they're defin...
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