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10 Best Cities to Visit Within the U.S.

There is a great variety of dynamic cities in the US to visit, each with its own unique culture, history and attractions. When planning a trip within the United States, you’ll want to be sure to include one or more must visit cities in the US on your itinerary.

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Topics: Americas

Where You Should Travel Based on Your Zodiac Sign

Are you trying to figure out where to go for your next vacation? You can look to the stars to help you decide! We’ve put together a helpful list of the best vacation destinations for each sign, from charismatic Capricorns to regal Leos. What’s your sign? And where will it lead you? 

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Topics: Planning a Vacation, Quizzes, Travel Inspiration

The World’s Best-Loved Passion Play: Oberammergau's Legacy

In 2022 you can watch the Oberammergau Passion Play, a once-in-a-decade performance put on by a tiny German village perched high in the Bavarian Alps. You’ll see a cast of thousands of local children, adults, and animals reenact the final days of Christ’s life in an elaborate tradition dating back nearly 400 years.

It is the oldest, most famous, and most popular Passion Play in the world. The play is expected to draw over half a million people across its 103 shows scheduled for 2022.

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Topics: Europe, Oberammergau

Taking Travel Photos with a Smartphone

For many travelers, taking photos that document their journey is an important part of the travel experience. And for photography lovers, there is nothing quite like the quality images and satisfaction of using a DSLR-style camera. But lugging one around on vacation can be downright cumbersome. do you capture amazing photos without a DSLR camera? A Smartphone.

That’s right. With today’s advanced technology, smartphone cameras take brilliant images. Plus, a Smartphone is small, light and easy to carry. You don’t need the hassle of carrying a heavy camera and equipment, which can take up precious space in your travel bags.

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Topics: Travel Tips

National Parks with the Best Wildlife Viewing

National Parks are the best place to see wildlife in USA. They offer protected habitats for wild animals to roam freely. Visitors can observe wildlife as they live and interact with each other in their natural environment.

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Topics: Americas, Planning a Vacation, Travel Inspiration

14 Common Hawaiian Words and Phrases You Should Know Before Visiting Hawaii

Getting ready for a trip to Hawaii and not sure what words and phrases you should know when communicating with locals? While Hawaii is an English-speaking state, it wasn’t made a state until 1959. Because of this, the native Hawaiian language still plays a strong role in today’s Hawaiian lifestyle.

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Topics: Hawaii

South African Animals

South African animals are some of the most iconic wildlife in the world. It’s home to nearly 300 mammal species, 450 reptile and amphibian species, and almost 850 different kinds of birds. This southernmost nation in Africa is a dream destination for animal lovers. South Africa is the best place in the world to the see legendary “Big 5” and countless other incredible animals.

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Topics: Africa

Visitors Guide to Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. offers many wonderful opportunities to learn about American history in fun and engaging ways. Visiting Washington D.C. monuments and memorials, as well as museums, is a great way to immerse yourself in this country’s past.

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Topics: Americas

What to Do in Quebec City

Visitors figuring out what to do in Quebec City have an embarrassment of riches to choose from. This French-speaking city at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saint-Charles Rivers is teeming with history, culture, and both natural and man-made beauty.

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Topics: Americas, New England/Canada

History of Trevi Fountain: Why You Should Toss A Coin In?

Where is the Trevi Fountain and why is it such a big attraction? One of the most famous fountains in the world, the Trevi Fountain is located in the Quirinale District of Rome. Every year, visitors flock to the Baroque-style fountain to toss a coin in and make a wish. The name Trevi comes from a combination of Italian words— “tre” which means three and “vie” meaning roads. At the time of its construction, it sat at the intersection of Rome’s three most important roads.

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Topics: Europe