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40 trips you should take before you turn 30

Your 20s are an ideal time to take on some adventure and travel to faraway places.<p>Chances are you'll end up having some wild experiences that you'll never forget.<p>From partying at the world's largest Carnival in Rio de Janeiro to paragliding in New Zealand, here are the trips you should take when …

National Parks

17 facts about Turkey that will surprise you

1. It has one of the world’s oldest and biggest malls.<p>Istanbul‘s Grand Bazaar, or Kapalı Çarşı, dates to 1455 and was established shortly after the …

Six American Hotels Pushing the Envelope with Letter-Writing Amenities

In an increasingly digital age, the art of letter writing has all but disappeared from American culture. Simply look to the struggles of the U.S. …

Hospitality

10 of London’s most unusual historical sites

London is packed with easily overlooked historical sites in hidden corners or seemingly ordinary locations. Historian Dr Matthew Green picks 10 of his favourite places with a story to tell<p>Have we missed your favourite hidden historical site? Tell us about it in the comments below<p>Hanging signs of …

England

15 reasons you should never travel to Japan

Japan, consisting of 6,852 islands, lies along the Pacific Coast of East Asia. With 73% of the country consisting of forests and mountains, the …

Secrets of Airline Catering Kitchens Serving 100,000 Meals Per Day

How do you offer quality meals to tens of thousands every day, when those meals will be eaten hours later, after being re-heated and served at …

Kitchens

What 9 Destination Marketing Leaders Would Do With 10x More Funding

<i>Editor’s Note: Skift is publishing a series of interviews with CEOs of destination marketing organizations where we discuss the future of their</i> …

Tourism

The Introvert Travel Guide

There's been more talk about introversion in recent years. By now many people finally understand that being an introvert doesn't mean that I'm quiet or shy. I love getting together and chatting it up with people, but preferably in small groups where you can have meaningful conversations rather than …

Travel

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The One Bag Challenge: Packing Light Done Right

By College Tourist -- Author -- Kate Hiller, Ohio University @kmhiller<p>How to pack for multiple destinations and climates, all in just one bag.<p>I'm currently abroad for almost six weeks. During this time, I will have been to Namibia, Germany and Norway, which as one might guess all have pretty varied …

Top 10

How to (really) find a job overseas

I’ve been working overseas for nearly 2 years now. I write this post from once again another country I never thought I would wind up in (Qatar) and I …

Here are the 10 best airports in Europe

With demand for air travel in Europe growing at an impressive rate, the need for world-class airports is at an all-time high. Leading aviation reviewer Skytrax recently released the results of its annual World Airport Awards, which includes a list of the best in Europe.<p>The Skytrax annual rankings …

Flying

Here’s my strategy for securing the best seat on every flight

Still, there are some ways to make the experience of flying more bearable — starting with selecting the right airplane seat. I never splurge on first class seats, but there are still ways to get the best seats in economy without having to pay extra.<p>Here's how I make sure I get the best seat …

Flying

Why American airports are so outdated compared to the rest of the world

Aviation was born in the U.S., and very quickly, American airplanes and American-trained pilots formed the backbone of global aviation. North America remains the world's largest aviation market today, yet U.S. air transport is no longer the envy of other nations.<p>America ranks a mediocre number 30 …

USDOT

25 words you’ll need to know in Hawaii

1. Obviously, Aloha<p>A hard-to-define catch-all word of good intentions and emotions, you’ll hear <i>aloha</i> everywhere. It’s commonly used as a greeting or …

Ice Cream

How NOT to behave in 15 countries around the world

After this year's horrible winter, the spring travel bug should be biting with a vengeance. But as you plan your getaways, try not to become the stereotypical "Ugly American."<p>We did our own research and took a look at a Quora thread that addresses the issue of travel etiquette. In the thread, …

Language

10 Great Secret Spots In (And Around) Boston, MA

You've done the Freedom Trail, you've gone to the museums, now discover what some Bostonians don't even know about their own city. Here are ten secret spots. How many are you familiar with? Want a bit more? The Getaway Mavens take a deeper dive.<p>1. <b>Fenway Farms @ Fenway Ball Park. The home of the</b> …

New England

7 tips to avoid looking like a mess after a long flight

We've come up with a list of tips and tricks to help you look put-together after a long flight.<p><b>Stay moisturized</b><p>Airplane cabins can dry skin out, especially on longer flights. To avoid this, bring these softening essentials: lip balm, hand cream, and face moisturizer.<p>Since you're only allowed a …

Dry Skin

18 free things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona has enough to keep the most voracious of culture vultures and self-indulgent of gourmands happy for weeks, but all those entry fees and tapas bills can mount up. Fortunately, help is at hand with a variety of ways to make your holiday budget stretch a little further.<p>In addition to the …

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Bookstore Tourists Should Head to Buenos Aires

All across Argentina’s capital, lodged between the steakhouses, ice cream shops and pizzerias, is an abundance of something that is becoming scarce …

Argentina

Barcelona's best shopping by neighbourhood

Barcelona perhaps finally achieved peak hipster with the recent opening of Urban Outfitters, a massive statement of a shop in a central and symbolic location on the Plaça Catalunya, but the city has long had a tradition of quirky little boutiques, icily cool designer home-ware stores and artisanal …

Clothing

One Man Calculated The Ultimate NYC Walking Tour

Exploring all of New York City is hard, whether you live there or you're just visiting for a short time. Though subways make journeying a little bit faster, the best way to see the city and all it has to offer is to walk it. Lucky for us, one guy has calculated an optimized walking tour of NYC that …

Walking Tours

Budapest for free

Budapest is a bargain destination, though you still have to pay for just about everything. That doesn’t mean you’ll be reaching for your wallet from morning till night – the following top attractions and activities won’t cost you a forint. For the most part they involve being on the outside looking …

European Travel

Expert tips for your first trek to the Indian Himalaya

Yearning to explore the forbidding peaks of the Indian Himalaya, but not sure where to start? These expert tips from a seasoned trekker will help you dodge the newbie mistakes and ensure your journey exceeds expectations.<p>Planning your trip<p>Thorough planning (or lack of it) can make or break a trip, …

Hiking

35 Places You Need To Visit In France

Provence is famous for its fragrant lavender fields. Shutterstock France was recently named the most-visited country in the world with over 84 million visitors in 2013 — and for good reason.<p>Millions of people go to France each year to stroll along the quays of Paris, lie on the gorgeous beaches of …

France

A Family Affair: The Best Soul Food in Harlem

Nearly a hundred years after the peak of the Harlem Renaissance, the storied neighborhood at its heart is enjoying another moment in the sun.<p>Perhaps no New York City neighborhood has honored and preserved its history as much as <b>Harlem</b>. Here, the past and the present visually coexist: Handsome row …

Traveling North America: Weekly Roundup

We’re feeling inspired lately. Perhaps "obsessed" is a better word. With the Discovery Channel’s North America. Since we’re currently pining for the …

New York: One City, One Week, Seven Hotels

<i>By Joshua Hergesheimer, HotelsCombined.com</i><p>They say that New York is the city that never sleeps. You should, of course, sleep while you're here -- just not in the same place twice! Luckily, that's not a tall order in this city of eight million. So check in, unpack, then get out and about!<p>PHOTO …

Travel

Economic Woes Aside, Detroit Is a Visual and Cultural Treat

It was fun telling people that I was going to vacation in Detroit. After all the bad press that the city has received, it was no surprise that the facial expressions I saw after sharing my travel plans were quite entertaining.<p>But I'd read enough about the Motor City (and I've actually written about …