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Photo by CC user Jebulon on wikimedia commons Spain is a country filled with rich culture, authentic cuisine, romance, impressive architecture, and plenty of opportunities for the adventure of a lifetime. During your time here, visit cities like Granada, Torremolinos, Seville, Valencia, and Sant Josep De Sa Talaia. Each of these destinations has something new and exciting to offer – come see for yourself! Granada Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Granada offers a traditional experience with a modern twist. Alhambra is one of the top sites to see here. This palace and fortress dates all…

Many people have never heard of Prague in the Czech Republic, but it is one of the largest cities in the European Union. This city has an ancient history that began during the Romanesque time period and has had many changes over the years while maintaining its integrity. Public Transportation The public transportation in Prague is simple to use with colorful red, yellow and green symbols embellishing the trams and buses to make finding sightseeing destinations easier for travelers. Sport Events The residents of Prague enjoy watching sports such as hockey, tennis and football. To see a local game, buy…

Photo by Mark Vogler via Trover.com Venice, Bride of the Sea, is a destination on every world traveler’s bucket list. Considered one of the most romantic cities in the world, it is a dream destination. You shouldn’t act like the average tourist when you visit, though. Here are some of the most authentic hotels in Venice… Ca Maria Adele You’ll want to visit the Santa Maria della Salute while you’re in Venice. The Salute is a popular Roman Catholic Church and basilica near Punta della Dogana. This hotel overlooks the entire area, meaning that you will enjoy gorgeous views of…

Tourists everywhere are becoming more conscious about the impact their travel plans will make on the planet. Minimize your carbon footprint by taking a green vacation in New Orleans. Choose Greener Transport   Photo by Shelby Lehor via Trover.com A road trip to New Orleans might be an American institution, but unless you’ve got a hybrid vehicle, it’s far from the most eco-friendly option. If you’re making the planet your priority, consider catching public transport instead. Greyhound Buses operate services to New Orleans from most major American cities. Alternatively, Amtrak trains travel to New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal from Chicago, New…

One of the best aspects of being young and single is that you (usually) have fewer responsibilities. Your 20s are the best time for travel. You’re always looking to have fun times and new adventures in exotic locations. You also want to show off your beach body while it’s the best it will ever be. Things turn saggy and soft as you age. That’s too depressing to think about now, though. You should be having the time of your life, and the best way to do it is to enjoy the surf and sand at a luxury all-inclusive resort. Here…

Did you know Paris, France has 20 designated districts called arrondissements? They start in the heart of the city and spiral outwards, allowing the numbers to give you a sense of how close you are to the city center. Within these arrondissements, you’ll find various neighborhoods, each with its own unique identity and atmosphere. To truly get the most out of your stay in the City of Light, make sure you visit these popular neighborhoods of Paris. Tuileries: 1st Arrondissement Some of the most beautiful natural elements of the city can be found in the Tuileries Gardens. This large area…

Frankfurt Am Main, as the locals call it, is an especially good choice for a first-time traveler planning a trip to Europe. This youthful, thriving city is very accessible in terms of flights and language, and there are a wide range of hotels in Frankfurt to suit every taste and budget. There’s plenty to do and see once you’ve arrived, too. Since it’s more of a business destination than a tourist mecca, Frankfurt is a little more low-key and far less expensive than cities like Berlin, London, or Paris. Here are a few reasons to consider Frankfurt, Germany as your gateway to international…

Photo by Jan Venter via Trover.com Are you someone who hates traveling to cities and staying in conventional, cookie cutter high-rise hotels? The next time you’re in Berlin, show your individuality by choosing one of these novel hotels instead. nhow Hotel Music fans, take note! The nhow Berlin is Germany’s answer to the famous Riot House in West Hollywood. While there won’t be any 1970s rock stars hanging around, a musical theme enhances your stay, punctuating all the decor. The second nhow property in Europe, this German property goes so far as to refer to itself as a lifestyle hotel. Even…