Via Postumia is an ancient road built in the year 148, which stretches across the length of northern Italy and all the way to Spain.
Conquering Peru’s Rainbow Mountain By Gabrielle Boucher Months before I traveled to South America, I saw a picture of Rainbow Mountain somewhere on this vast internet. The second my eyes touched the image of the thick stripes of vivid colors plastered across the mountain’s surface, I decided I had to go there. I was determined to […]
Massachusetts is home to several national parks that range from the sandy Cape Cod National Seashore to historical sites at Minute Man National Park
Voralberg: Where Hiking is King, and the Sound of Music is Never Heard By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor Vorarlberg is Austria’s westernmost state, with a sparse population of around 370,000 and an abundance of Alps all around. Bordered by Switzerland and Germany, it’s not a well-known destination, but certainly inspires travelers–like me! It’s a dramatically […]
Expecting a Spirit Quest, the Author Camps in Death Valley with a Talkative Family By Karolee Bulak There are times in life when trips into nature are about fun and adventure, and then there are times when excursions into nature become a sacred experience. As I prepared for my trip to Death Valley, in California’s […]
By Jackie Cohen For the longest time, tourists never considered the Algarve, the dream-worthy southern portion of Portugal, a walking destination. Today, an increasing number of tourists are discovering the incredibly walks lent by the dramatic and curvy coastline. In Julie Statham’s Walking in the Algarve: 34 Coastal and Mountain Walks, tourists are guided through the volcanic hills to […]