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If you love Thanksgiving, but all the craziness isnt your thing, here are some really cool and underrated spots in the US for you to relax this weekend.
Deep in the heart of Manhattan, between Park Avenue and 3rd Avenue, there lies an almost-hidden gem whose history and exclusivity stand as one of New York’s most riveting treasures: Gramercy Park.
Interplanetary travel won’t be a reality for a while. But don't worry; Chile has plenty of alien-looking landscapes for those seeking to feel at space in the meantime.
In Ocumicho, a town where Mexican pottery artisans are better described as surreal artists because of the way they portray the devil figure, locals have created a beautiful way to combine their traditions with commerce.
Did you know Thanksgiving is in fact celebrated across the world by many cultures through many different rituals? Here’s how other countries enjoy this (almost) universal holiday.
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In 1999, the city of Campeche, capital of the state of the same name, was listed as a world cultural heritage site. Now, 20 years on, the city remains an incredibly beautiful and tranquil space to immerse yourself in its unique colonial architecture.
"Rent a Finn," a program sponsored by Finland, promises a free vacation to foreigners who wish to learn the Finnish path to happiness. You can sign up for it until April 14th.
Read on to find out what are the safest countries to travel for the LGBTQ community and why Uruguay is the best option in Latin America.
Tight budget? Here’s how you can travel to Greece without much money and still have an awesome experience.
Do you know what the names of these countries mean? Scroll down and find out the curious stories behind names of these countries.
The "frrrozen haute chocolate ice cream sundae" is the most expensive ice cream in the world. How much would you pay for it?
Mexico City is at its best when Jacarandas paint the city purple. Here are the theories behind the origin of the city's colorful tree and those places you cannot miss.