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Bled is a fairy tale brought to life—cliff-top stone castle, snowcapped Julian Alps, and the “floating” Church of the Assumption (built on Slovenia’s only natural island) with its legendary “wishing bell.” On Saturday afternoons and evenings, cheer on the bridal parties gliding across glacial Lake Bled to the church in handcrafted, wooden pletnas,...

Whether for an instantly recognisable skyline or home to one of the wonders of the ancient world, there are some cities that cannot fail to be iconic. Paris Whether you’re in Paris for a weekend break or taking a few weeks to enjoy the French capital, you’ll never run out of things to do. Any visitor to Paris will want to take in iconic sights like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum;...

These are the best travel movies ever (in my opinion). You can watch these films over & over again, and never get sick of them. Which ones are your favorites? I started to realize I had a travel obsession when all my favorite movies were based on crazy travel adventures. So here is my personal list of the Best Travel Movies of all time. Once I’ve finished watching any of these movies, I feel the instant urge to pack up everything and head out to explore the world. The best travel movies have always helped to inspire my own personal...

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Leslie Thomas is a successful writer in England who’s been in the business for more than 40 years. He has written more than 30 novels and several travel books, such as Some Lovely Islands, My World of Islands, and The Hidden Places of Britain. Given his interest in islands, we thought he was the natural source for naming the best islands in the world. Nantucket, Massachusetts Nantucket was once one of the richest places in America, built on the profits of the whale oil industry. Even today in the delectable old town there are...

Longing for a long-distance getaway but don’t have a passport? No problem! We’ve found five faraway places overseas where, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, you won’t need to bring a passport. #Puerto Rico The island of Puerto Rico (officially an unincorporated territory of the United States) has long been a favorite of travelers...

Discover the best fantastic thing about the Rhine depression, the longest stream in European country, with gorgeous landscapes of breathless natural beauty. Meandering through this spectacular region, the steep vineyard-covered mountains reveal fairytale castles, mysterious ruins, majestic palaces and attractive medieval cities. therefore what higher thanks to get...

Visitors to Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore will find an opportunity for children to experience some of the park’s wonders at a new Nature Play Zone. The “playground” doesn’t have traditional fixtures such as slides and swings, explained public information officer Bruce Rowe. Instead, it is a place where children can dig into the sand, probe around logs and enjoy other hands-on...

#Old ’76 House, Tappan, NY The oldest bar in the country was built by Dutch immigrants in 1668 and has been serving the public ever since. Because Tappan, in the Catskill Mountains just north of New York City, was an important place during the Revolutionary War, the Old ’76 House saw a number of famous guests, including George Washington himself. Its most notorious guest, however, was British...

Montauk, New York East Coast Gem Montauk in East Hampton on Long Island may be known for wooing the fashionable set but this sunny coastal town also attracts laid-back surfers. During the summer months, the town’s coastline of coves, reefs and points comes alive with throngs of surfers as well. It’s rare to find great waves on the East Coast, which makes Montauk a jewel for surfers. Manhattan-based surfers drive into town in packs, taking over this affluent fishing community to ride some terrific waves, especially at Ditch...

“The better part of being in Athens is that the ability to explore across centuries,” says Eleni Vainas, a Greek-American writer, animator, and old resident of the capital of Balkan state. “Walking around Athens may be a living lesson. trendy is close with ancient, and art is featured throughout town in ways in which bit individuals on an everyday basis.” Any kid UN agency has taken basic...