The Never-Ending Beauty of Florence

If you like beautiful architecture, interesting history, and delicious Italian food, you need to visit Florence, Italy. Florence is the capital of Tuscany, a central region of Italy, known for its rolling hills, vineyards, and olive groves. Florence has been a center of commerce and activity since it was founded in 200 BC. This Tuscan city is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance, so you can expect to see lots of famous artwork and historical buildings from this time period in Florence!

7 Small Towns In Europe Worth Visiting

Even though big capitals like Paris and London are the most popular places for tourists to visit in Europe, there are several small towns that are well worth a visit. Escape the bustle of the city and enjoy all the food, history, and culture of a country in a more relaxed setting by visiting one of these 7 small towns in Europe!

London’s Themed Bars Prove Nightlife Can Be Playful

Among all the old-school pubs and flashy nightclubs, a new experience has taken over London’s nightlife scene. Immersive cocktail experiences are all the rage in the UK capital, with several ornately themed bars opening in the past year

Dark Tourism: Seeking Out the Dangerous and Derelict

If you like visiting weird, macabre, or creepy places when you travel, you might be a dark tourist. “Dark tourism” is a travel trend that has gained a lot of attention in recent years as people flock to places associated with tragedy, death, or mystery. In the late 1990s, this concept was officially introduced by two academics, John Lennon and Malcolm Foley, in their booked titled Dark Tourism

Travel Writers Dish On Their Best Meals Abroad

Local food can make a huge impact on the way we experience new places when we travel. Something about the combination of delicious food, a beautiful setting, and friendly locals can make the experiences we have abroad incredibly memorable. I asked my travel writer friends to share the best meals they’ve had abroad, and they didn’t disappoint.

A Weekend in Northern Morocco

Morocco is one of the trendiest travel destinations in the world right now, with thousands of tourists flocking to the country to explore its winding medinas and admire its unique architecture. When I visited Morocco, I fell in love with the beautiful cities and the culture, and now I can’t wait to go back.


It’s no secret that Paris is home to some of the best art in the world. The Louvre, located in the center of Paris, is the largest and most visited museum in the world. In this former royal residence, you can find famous works of art like the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. However, with an average of 15,000 visitors every day, the experience at the Louvre can feel crowded and rushed. Venture beyond The Louvre, and uncover some of Paris’ less-visited artistic treasures and enjoy stunning collection without hoards of tourists.

Charleston, South Carolina is America’s Unlikely “It City”

Every year, millions of travelers from the United States and abroad visit New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. While each of these cities offer unique experiences and are well worth a visit, a much smaller city has become a major US destination in recent years. Charleston, South Charleston has topped Condé Nast’s Reader’s Choice list as the best small US city, and other top international travel magazines are following suit, featuring the beautiful and historic city as the perfect destination for people from across the world.