In the Jura mountains next to Switzerland, the town of Gex and the surrounding Pays de Gex are places that most travelers have never heard of in France.
Houmas House offers more than just a glimpse at a rich and remarkable past, it also offers modern-day amenities, like a large gift shop visitors love to peruse and the dark and inviting Turtle Bar, where guests can sip a Southern mint julep or a Coca-Cola.
Outside of Rio de Janeiro, the coastal resorts of Buzios and Arraial do Cabo bring a refreshing change to the busy city. Carolina Brito shares her discovery of the small beach town and details about all of the great beaches and nearby highlights to enjoy.
Tunisia travel tips: There are some parts of the country where it’s advised not to visit, such as the Tunisia-Libya border, but the cities such as Tunis are safe and new eco-tourism resorts are expanding in the country.
On the border between Calif and Nevada, Mohave Desert’s Death Valley is one of the hottest places on earth. Hiking and exploring the almost lunar landscape, the author finds herself traveling with a family, not on the spirit quest she was seeking.
An Indian visits Bucharest, Romania and enjoys meeting Roma, many of whom were originally from India. A tour of the city’s top sites including the Parliament Palace, the Impaled Potato, the many churches, and some cool outdoor cafes and restaurants in Bucharest.
With the Swiss Travel Pass, make a trip to Switzerland more accessible than ever before. Enjoy the perks of mountain excursions, luggage transfer, museums passes and more.
Medora, North Dakota is located in the Painted Canyon—part of the North Dakota badlands in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It’s full of cowboys and every year presents a musical tribute to its heritage.
California’s San Mateo County offers plenty to see and do: Silicon Valley, the Computer History Museum, and the Googleplex, plus striking beaches, farm country, and historic mansions.
Exploring Costa Rica’s long Pacific Coast, which features Manual Antonio National Park and many rugged coastal sites like the village of Samara, Playa Potrero, and Costa Rica’s most famous beach, Playa Conchal.