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Cammino Retico: 7-Day Hike Through Italy’s Dolomites Mountains

The Dolomites Mountains in Italy are stunning and dramatic and an ideal region for exploring. Now, a new seven-day hiking trail has been opened taking hikers on a 170 km (105 mi) circular route. The hiking trail heads through wild, landscapes of the Dolomites mountain range rich with nature all the way. Cammino Retico hiking trail through the Dolomite Mountains of...

Experience some of the best hiking trails near Denver, Colorado

Experience The Best Hiking Trails Near Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado is a beautiful city to live in or to visit. However, what makes the Mile High City even better is the many well-maintained hiking trails in the mountains close by. Whether seeking an easy and gentle hike in a forest, or an adventurous climb up the hills, these hiking trails have something suitable for everyone. Meanwhile, all the hikes offer visitors...

Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Experience Peace And Quiet At One Of These US National Parks

Looking for peace and quiet in US national parks this summer? As travelers have experienced, the most popular parks have too many visitors. For those wishing for a quiet adventure in nature, the following parks are perfect for those seeking peace and quiet. Meanwhile, Alaska stands out for a number of gorgeous, least-visited national parks. Read on to find out more...

Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

Experience The Beauty Of Nayarit, Mexico This Year

When travelers think of Mexico, many immediately think of the Riviera Maya, with its idyllic beaches and historic ruins. However, Nayarit in Mexico is equally an area of natural beauty and exciting historical and cultural experiences. Make a difference this year by traveling to Nayarit, a Mexican state nestling in the eastern part of Mexico. This beautiful state lies...

Parauta, a white village in the Serrania of Ronda in Andalucia, Spain

Parauta And Its Enchanted Forest In The Serrania de Ronda in Spain

The white village of Parauta in the Serrania de Ronda in Malaga Province, Spain was declared one of the most beautiful towns in Spain. However, besides its beautiful white houses in its narrow winding streets, Parauta features an enchanted place, just waiting to be explored. Read on to learn more about this incredible art in nature and enjoy a virtual tour of the...

Alfarnate in Spain celebrates a cherry blossom festival

‘Japan of Andalucía’: Small Town Celebrates Sakura Cherry Blossom Festival In Spain

Japan, and even Washington DC, are famous for their cherry blossom each year. However, it turns out a small village in the Malaga Province of Spain also celebrates with a cultural fiesta. Alfarnate may have a small population, but it has a close connection with Japan and the iconic Sakura festival. Meanwhile, this makes the village the “Japan of Andalucía” when the...

Gran Senda de Axarquia Spain

Experience Guided Tours On The Gran Senda De La Axarquía, Spain

Officials in Málaga are rightfully proud of this region in southern Spain and have set up guided tours on the Gran Senda de la Axarquía (Great Path of the Axarquía). The Axarquía region is full of natural beauty, including mountains and valleys, pretty landscapes and more. To ensure that visitors can experience this and other areas of the Málaga Province, guided...

Hotel Marqués de Riscal at night

Stay In A Work Of Art At Hotel Marqués de Riscal In Basque Country, Spain

Hotel Marqués de Riscal makes a strong architectural statement as it stands over the traditional Basque town of Elciego. Meanwhile, Frank O. Gehry designed this weird and wonderful building, and was dubbed by Vanity Fair as “the most important architect of our age.” Looking at the architect’s work online quickly reveals why. Gehry is a Canadian-American Pritzker...

The village of Enix in Almeria has 11 bars for 690 inhabitants

Visit Enix: Almeria Village Boasts 11 Bars For 690 Residents

  Imagine a village of just 690 residents boasting a Guinness World Record of 11 bars. According to research, Enix in Almeria has more bars per 1,000 inhabitants than any other town or village in Spain. Our first thought was how do all those businesses still run successfully with so few people in the village? Meanwhile, some of the eateries have been open for...