From rooms built like giant LEGO sets to suites in treehouses and attractions like roller coasters and dolphin encounters, here are some of the most unique hotel attractions in the USA.
The largest of Greece’s Dodecanese islands, Rhodes has it all — culture, history, churches and miles of beaches. Walking through Rhodes is like walking through history. The Romans, Phoenicians and Turks all left their mark here. Here’s what to see and do in Rhodes.
When it comes to road trips, there are many great adventures to choose from. From Italy’s Amalfi Coast and New Zealand’s Southern Scenic Route to the Khardung Pass in India, here are some of our favorite road trips from around the world.
Customs around the globe often differ from what we’re used to. To avoid mishaps while traveling, it helps to learn what is considered polite – and what isn’t.
The stories behind these unusual American town names are as intriguing and entertaining as the unique monikers themselves.
When it comes to finding a place to stay the night, you don’t have to settle for blasé hotel rooms. Here are 10 of the most unique hotels in America.
Though often missed by visitors, Le Marais has a colorful history and present-day attractions that make it a must-see when visiting Paris.
A journey with Walk Japan brings a traveler face-to-face with ancient towns, remnants of Japanese history and welcome stays at family-run guesthouses.
From the Voodoo Museum to the Backstreet Cultural Museum, these must-see museums offer a different look at New Orleans.
From the Loch Ness Monster to the Abominable Snowman, stories of mythical creatures abound. Here’s a look at some of the most fascinating mythical creatures from around the globe.
Once rich from the sugar trade, today the Caribbean island of St. Kitts is popular for different reasons — sun, beaches and a unique culture all its own.
The St Francis Inn, built in 1791 in St. Augustine, Florida, has many colorful myths. The Inn’s story is just one of the many unusual legends in America’s oldest city.