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This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most beautiful waterside settlements in the world.
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Gorge on fondue and face your worst fears while dangling in luxury at 9,000 feet.
Just outside Philadelphia, Linvilla Orchards entertains families with a recycled Christmas tree maze and a miniature golf course with an environmental theme.
For now, these Southeast Asian paradises have escaped the attention of large-scale tourism, but that might not last for long.
Dating back to the 15th century, this bustling market is the world's most-visited tourist attraction.
The annual ice and snow festival in Harbin, China, boasts larger-than-life snow sculptures as well as buildings, slides and mazes made entirely of ice cut from the Songhua River.
Travelers who brave altitude and unpredictable weather are rewarded by an unforgettable adventure.
Sleeping in strange and new places not only makes for a great story to tell, it can also change your perspective.
Go on an adventure with reasonable airfares that let you circle the globe.
Exclusive, luxury safaris attract visitors who are willing to pay a premium for unspoiled nature.
There’s something special about gliding over the ice, even if you do so in a clumsy way. These iconic outdoor rinks are special, regardless of where you live.
Suspended 400 feet above rugged desert terrain, the "Mothership Space Net Penthouse" is not for the faint of heart.
Not only does the first cold snap of the year bring shivers, it also inspires dreams of sunny tropical beaches.
Coastal cliffs can be found all across the globe, but here are just a few of our favorites.
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