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Five Sights That Make Japan’s Nara Park So Remarkable

South of Kyoto and east of Osaka, the city of Nara may be overlooked by time-pressed travelers visiting the Japanese island of Honshu. However, we feel it’s well-worth a visit. Along with being the ancient capital of Japan and home to seven iconic temples, it’s...

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Why Are the Bay of Fundy’s Tides so High?

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How to Make the Most of Travel with Friends

They say, “if you want to know someone, walk a mile in their shoes”...but we’d settle for walking a mile by their side. Traveling with friends and family is one of the best ways to deepen relationships and make lifetime memories—those indelible moments that make...

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One-Star Reviews of the World’s Greatest Landmarks

World travelers know: wanderlust is something in the blood for some people. The pleasures of exploring new places, meeting new people, and connecting with new cultures strike chords deep inside you. Many are simply born to travel. That said, we’ve always felt that, with the...

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Much to explore on the Costa Brava

Hidden Highlights of the Catalonia

There’s a lot to see in Catalonia. From the high peaks of the Pyrenees to the twisting backstreets of Barcelona (where a chance detour can lead to colorful street performers or millennia-old Roman walls), Spain’s northeastern corner offers an incredible range of hidden highlights and...

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The Insider Allure of High-Altitude Provence

Avignon’s festive cafés and burbling fountains. Sweeping valleys combed with grape arbors. The sun-baked houses of Arles, resplendent in Van Gogh golds and browns. Lively market day in St. Rémy. For most travelers, the name “Provence” conjures images of an idyllic land of cypress trees,...

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Caves along the Bay of Fundy

Why Are the Bay of Fundy’s Tides so High?

The Bay of Fundy is a marvel to behold. From its historic shipbuilding villages and Acadian forests to its rugged sea cliffs and serene marshland, it offers countless idyllic maritime landscapes for travelers to enjoy. Of course, what it’s best known for is a bit...

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