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New Food Loves in Munich: Cafe Frischhut and The Bratwurstherzl – The Everywhereist

Posted in: City Guide, Restaurants<p>It’s a little distressful when your favorite restaurant in Munich topples from the pedestal on which you’ve placed …

Where sea gypsies settle

Located 60km off the Thai coast, the tiny isolated Surin Islands are home to the Moken, a tribe of former nomads experiencing a shifting way of life.

National Parks

Exploring Japan’s subtropical Ogasawara Islands

Pristine beaches, star-studded night skies, searing sunsets and whales splashing in tropical waters are not the usual things to expect on a trip to Japan. But venture about 1000km south of downtown Tokyo and that’s exactly what you’ll find.<p>The recently designated World Heritage Ogasawara …

Five tips to get more out of your iPhone or iPad in the new year

Usually a New Year’s resolution happens when a person makes a promise to improve themselves. Despite our best intentions, studies have shown that as …

Singita: The best safari lodges in all of Africa

IN THE FALL of 2013, Matador traveled to South Africa to learn more about one of the most successful safari brands on the continent: Singita.<p>In …

Wildlife

Natal, Brazil: The Little Beach City That's About To Get World Cup-ified

On the edge of Rio Grande do Norte, a northern state in Brazil, there's a relatively quiet little city called Natal. Average activities there include fishing for things like shark cartiledge (a lucrative export) and giving buggy tours around town-- tourists only truly discovered Natal in the …

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Where to Eat in Madrid

The dining scene in Madrid is often overshadowed by those found in the Catalonia and Basque regions, with their smattering of Michelin-starred …

Food & Dining

Budget Vacation? Try Language School

Aqui was mi problema: "<i>Quiero apprender mas espanol porque hablo solamente un little y solamante en el presente.</i>" I was tense challenged.<p>Think very bad Spanglish.<p>No matter. I wanted to upgrade my Spanish, to see if the old brain could still learn to conjugate. And with only a week for this …

5 Must-Have In-Flight Beauty Products

No matter where you’re headed, helping your skin look good is just as important as the clothes you pack. If photoshopping vacation photos isn’t your …

Skin Care

22 Epic Places You Didn't Know Existed

The world is full of wonders... wonders we know about (the Grand Canyon) and those we might not (see below). But it's important to note that this earth we all live on is an insanely beautiful place. In case you don't have the time (or funds) to visit these spectacular places, we thought we'd do you …

Five Sides of Distrito Federal

Welcome to one of the most fascinating urban landscapes on the planet: Mexico City. How do you even begin to know a place that has so many different personalities? By visiting its impressive cultural institutions.<p>You could spend a lifetime exploring the nearly 200 museums, not to mention scores of …

5 New Travel Startups to Watch This Week

This week’s roundup of early-stage travel startups looks at broad trip planning platforms and niche booking sites. There’s a digital map that tracks …

Whoopee! Kids Ski Free!

(photo: Keystone Resort)<p>Skiing and snowboarding are wildly popular winter pursuits, but they sure ain't cheap--especially if you have kids in tow. So when the white stuff falls, truly family-friendly resorts offer ways for parents to save some green. For ski-loving families, nothing may be sweeter …

Mexico’s Secret Beach

I don flippers and a life vest, leave my goggles, smartphone, and camera behind, and line up to dive into the waters off the coast of Mexico’s Marieta Islands.<p>Clusters of people jump off ahead of me — couples, friends, families, all bobbing in the water like Halloween apples. I survey the landscape …

The Best Hotels in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh, one of Southeast Asia’s most mesmerizing and fast-changing capitals, boasts eclectic architecture bearing witness to the turbulence of Cambodia’s recent history.<p>In the past 60 years the country cast off French colonialism, suffered one of the worst genocides in history in which the …

Welcome to Isla Mujeres: Tropical Paradise in Your Backyard

Just off the coast of Mexico, within sight of crowded Cancun but a 20 minute ferry ride across the blue Caribbean, lies Isla Mujeres, a tiny coral island that is one of Mexico's true treasures. Unlike its mainland neighbor Cancun, Isla is no tourist haven. It doesn't boast monstrous resort hotels …

Ice Cream

Great Dining in Amsterdam: Nouveau, But Not So Rough

On our recent visit to Amsterdam, Jackie and I had one depressing dining experience -- generally poor cooking and infuriating service. Tellingly, this was in a long-established restaurant that had built a decent reputation on traditional local dishes but that seemed to be reaching for culinary …

Where to Find Fall Foliage in D.C.

Washington, D.C., is a city of trees, with some 300 tree species spread out in its vicinity. Each fall, the parade of foliage colors here wows …

Mount Vernon

5 Must-Do Colombian Experiences (VIDEOS)

For decades, authors, artists and filmmakers have used Colombia as a muse for creative masterpieces: works of art like Botero's 'Horse' and Gabriel García Márquez's <i>Love in the Time of Cholera</i>. Now, with more international direct flights than ever, a new influx of travelers is getting to experience …

5 Resorts in Colombia for Broke and Fancy Travelers

Treat yourself to a hint of luxury, without shelling out the big bucks, at these five backpacker resorts in Colombia.<p>Design/Photo Editing: Nick Ross<p>Even the strongest backpacker renegades need to put down the pack, throw back a few cold ones, and stretch those weary legs now and then. F*ck Sandals …

Inspired by Istria: Visiting Croatian Wine Country

After a few glasses of his delicious aged Malvasia Istriana, (known locally as Malvazija Istarska) winemaker Ivica Matosevic told us, "My grandfather lived in Austria, my father was born in Italy, I was raised in Yugoslavia, and my daughter was born in Croatia, yet nobody ever moved." Matosevic, …

The Four New Features in Google Maps That Make Travel Easier

Even as Apple has been trying to rework its maps efforts — with a radical new redesign for iOS 7 and Hopstop acquisition — Google has been …

Insanely Cool Geysers You've Never Heard About Are Begging For A Visit

You might have suspected this, but Old Faithful is not the only geyser on this planet. Our earth holds other watery wonders that compare to -- and even rival -- the Yellowstone superstar's beauty. Even so, we bet you've never heard of them.<p>Behold: This is Fly Geyser, and it's located in Nevada.<p>You …

Visuals Are the New Language of Content Marketing in Travel

<i>Earlier this week we launched our new Skift Trends report, “Content Marketing Trends in the Travel Industry“, which defines the trends in content</i> …

8 Things Not to Miss in Prague

The heart and soul of the Czech Republic, as well as traditional Bohemia, are inseparably wrapped up in the amazing cultural confluence that is Prague. There has been a settlement on the site of the city for over 1,200 years.<p><b>Be Enchanted by Old Town Square</b><p>It's like stepping inside a fairy-tale …

European Travel