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Cultured or Quirky? Choose Your Vibe on a West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale Road Trip

There are a million and one reasons to love Florida, not least of which are the striking contrasts that exist at every turn. One minute you can be perusing European masterpieces at a world-class museum,…
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A Day Well Spent: Hunt Down L.A.’s Architectural Treasures, from the Iconic to the Quirky

In the first half of the 20th century, many legendary architects and artists, such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra and John Lautner, utilized the City of Angels’ sun-drenched, wide-open spaces as a playground to…
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Fall for Canada’s Foliage on a Colorful Road Trip from Montreal to Quebec City

Quebec is renowned for autumn colors. Starting in late September and lasting until mid November, the leaves — primarily from maple trees — turn vibrant shades of burgundy, sunflower yellow and burnt orange. One way…

Take the Road Less Traveled: 5 Iceland Adventures Off the Tourist Trail

Exploring Iceland’s otherworldly landscapes feels like being on a different planet—black-sand beaches, desolate mountains, miles upon miles of lava fields. From volcano hikes to snorkeling between tectonic plates, there’s more to do and see in…
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From Medieval History to Cab Sauv, This Lisbon to Alentejo Road Trip is a Must

Just 90 minutes southeast of Lisbon lies Portugal’s sprawling Alentejo region, where prehistoric ruins and ancient cities rise from the land, and a rich culinary scene flourishes. Here, cork trees sprout from grassy fields and…
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Monumental Summer Road Trips: Crisscross the U.S. to See These Iconic Sights

You’ve got a week off. Maybe two? Two is better because it’s time to go road tripping, and you don’t want to rush a road trip — they’re really about taking time to stop, not…
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Petra is Otherworldly. Here’s How to Tackle an Amman to Petra Day Trip.

Nothing quite prepares you for your first sight of Petra; the ancient, rose-hued, rock-cut capital of the Nabataean people, with its otherworldly sandstone gorge, tombs and temples, feels like a secret portal into an intriguing…
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Hilltop Hideaways and Medieval Masterpieces: The 8 Most Charming Towns in Tuscany

Sure, Florence has world-famous art museums housing Renaissance masterpieces, medieval churches, incredible shopping and plenty of amazing restaurants, but to truly understand Tuscany, you’ve got to get out of the capital and explore the countryside….
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Spain’s Tiny Towns Turn Up the Charm. Find Your Chill Vibes at These 10 Stunners.

Our love for Barcelona and Madrid is no secret, but we’d be lying if we said it’s not worth booking a train (or renting a car) bound for Spain’s smaller towns, where incredible food, old-world…
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Modern-Day Travels with the ‘Green-Book’: The Black Travelers’ Guide to Jim Crow America

Imagine you were traveling across the country by car, but certain restaurants and hotels were off-limits to you because of your skin color. African-Americans faced this dilemma until the mid-1960s because Jim Crow laws enforced…