The Beauty of New Zealand: How to Explore this Land

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New Zealand has many of the world’s most incredible natural treasures that will leave you in awe. From majestic volcanoes to wonderful natural parks and crazy panoramas, New Zealand will earn a special place in your heart.

This experience will be truly different as you will have an amazing opportunity to explore the beauty of Rotorua, widely known for its geothermal activity and Maori culture; it will open for you the incredible Blue Penguin Colony, a bird sanctuary, and Oamaru, the main town in Waitaki District.

The Beauty of New Zealand: How to Explore this Land. Landscape with road and snowy mountains, Southern Alps, New Zealand


Explore gorgeous views of New Zealand while taking a road trip across the country’s most beautiful routes. With the wind in your hair and the best views around you, enjoy the experience of discovering the country’s most amazing sites. After the road trip, relax in turquoise-blue waters of geothermal pools cloaked in an alluring mist. Enjoy sparkling glaciers, incredible pools, and otherworldly national parks.

New Zealand will definitely feel different from any other country you have ever visited. Travel will be extremely interesting for nature lovers, hikers, and those who enjoy quietly relaxing in a pleasant setting.

The Beauty of New Zealand: How to Explore this Land. New Zealand


And nature is not the only beautiful thing here – foodies will be happy to find award-winning restaurants with exceptional dishes and high-quality wines.

This peaceful and accepting, uncrowded green country is the ultimate escape for those who are searching for unity with nature and a quiet place to escape from it all.

New Zealand is also a perfect destination for those who are interested in surfing, diving, and exploring sea life

The Beauty of New Zealand: How to Explore this Land.


Amazing New Zealand will seem even more exciting after exploring wonderful Maori culture and the most significant historic sites. If you have time and opportunity to visit not only the most popular lively places of New Zealand, find a chance to see a few of the many historical attractions such as Maori Bone and Greenstone Pendant Designs, Mount Maunganui, The Pinnacles trail (Kauaeranga Kauri Trail), Auckland Museum, and the Hamilton & Waikato region.

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Why You Should Travel as a Couple Before Marriage

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A lot of couples take a honeymoon trip, which is a very popular activity after newlyweds get married. But what about traveling before the marriage? Such a trip could be the perfect opportunity to know each other better and to explore new countries together. If you are still deciding whether to go together on a trip, read YYZ Travel tips about traveling abroad with your significant other.

You Will face Challenges

Why You Should Travel as a Couple Before Marriage


Traveling is a perfect chance to see your partner’s weak and strong sides. You will meet new people, face unexpected situations in a different environment, and see if you can rely on your partner or not. This trip will be a test of your future relationship and will definitely show what you can expect from your partner in family life.

You Will have Your Own Moments and Memories

Why You Should Travel as a Couple Before Marriage. A girl goes on a post holding a fellow on a hand


Wherever you go, your trip will be a perfect memory for you both. This will be a wonderful and exciting adventure that can not only unify you, but will also make you stronger. These memories will be for both of you, and you will be happy to share them again and again.

You will Become a Team

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You will identify your roles in the couple and this will make your relationship stronger. Creating your trip together, being in an adventure together and doing everything together will be a perfect experience, especially if you are planning to become a family in the future.

You Will Understand If You Are Ready for the Marriage

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You can survive all the misunderstandings and difficulties and become closer to each other. Or, you can just understand that you are not an ideal couple. Either way, your travel will be a perfect chance to check how strong your relationship is for the future marriage.

You Will Renovate Your Relationship

Why You Should Travel as a Couple Before Marriage. Young couple in love on sail boat


Most people do the same things all the time: go to work, prepare breakfast and dinner, do the same activities and same things every single day. Travel is a perfect chance to change your environment and perspective and to renew feelings. After just a few days abroad you will feel a difference in your behavior, the way you look at each other, and your feelings will be stronger.

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Best Books to Read on Trip

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If you travel a lot, you already know a good book is a perfect thing on a trip.

Reasons for reading a book can be different: a long flight or train ride, an overnight stay at the airport, or nasty weather. A good book can not only help you to pass the time, but can also immerse you into another world!

1. Peter Mail, “A year in Provence.”

Peter Mail and his wife did what most of us only dream of: they bought an old farmhouse in Provence and started a new life there. The first year of their life in the new place was full of unexpected discoveries and hilarious adventures. They try to learn the local language, go to goats’ tracks, and to complete their makeover in a year.

Best Books to Read on Trip


Here is a quote from this book:

“Gradually, I was turning into a very happy vegetable, and the connection with real life was carried out through random telephone conversations with people who were killing their lives in distant offices. All they had to do was to warn me that the sun is killing my brain and causes skin cancer. I did not argue – maybe they were right. One thing I knew for sure: in spite of foul brains, new wrinkles and the danger of getting cancer, I never felt better in my life. “

2. Jerome K. Jerome, Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

Time goes on, and still, readers are delighted with the amazing story of the three English gentlemen who decided to travel the River Thames with a fox terrier named Montmorency.

Best Books to Read on Trip


The book describes a lot of comical situations and funny misunderstandings that the heroes have to work out without losing their sense of personal dignity. This story will surprise you even today as an original tale with wonderful English humor.

3. Stephen King, Under the Dome

The final version of the novel was written in 2009. Big trouble comes to a small town. Suddenly, it is covered by an invisible mysterious dome, and now no one can get out or in. It completely changes the life of local people, and the police try to fix the situation. But nothing can be done: airplanes and cars crash when they try to get in; even rockets and corrosive acids have no effect on the dome.

Best Books to Read on Trip


Moreover, it is dangerous just to approach it. The sheriff tried to get closer, and his cardiac pacemaker died. All the attempts to help people under the dome lead to an opposite result – almost all of them died. What happened to those who managed to survive under it?

4. Joanne K. Rowling, “The Casual Vacancy”

After this very book, Joan Rowling got rid of the “child writer” label. “The Casual Vacancy” has nothing to do with the world of magic wands, potions classes, and Quidditch. It tells us about a small British town. After the death of a respected citizen, a place on the municipal council is vacated, and many residents would like to occupy it.

Best Books to Read on Trip


And here the action starts. On the Internet, someone starts uncovering some things that the city’s families prefer to hide. The struggles and perspectives of every social strata of this small town are here: well-off bourgeois and indigents. Among the characters are businessmen, doctors, and lawyers, as well as marginal elements like drug dealers and prostitutes. Wherever you start reading this book, it will be tough to tear yourself away from it.

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The Best Countries for Bike Lovers

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The bicycle is transport of the future. A bike is ecological: it does not need fuel, does not pollute the air, and does not cause traffic jams. Also, riding a bike is good for your health. When you ride, you improve your musculature as well as your respiratory and cardiovascular systems, and increase your endurance. Many countries now see the benefits of bicycles and try to develop their cycling infrastructures. We will tell you about the best countries for bike lovers!

Netherlands, Amsterdam

The Best Countries for Bike Lovers


Amsterdam can be called the bicycle capital of Europe. There are more than 400 kilometers of bicycle paths equipped with individual signs and traffic lights. There are a significant number of parking lots and bicycle rental stations in the city. Today, half of all urban movements in the capital of the Netherlands are carried out using a bike. In this country, you can rent something very unusual: a water bike and a bicycle for eight people.

Denmark, Copenhagen

The Best Countries for Bike Lovers


Thirty-five percent of the total city population goes to work on bicycles. This is a separate transport category that has equal rights with cars. The tradition of using bicycles started in the early 1900s and lasted through the entire twentieth century.

In Copenhagen, there are 300 kilometers of bike paths and 1,000 municipal bicycles, which are free for citizens. Each street in Copenhagen has its own bike path. Anyone can rent a bike for free; you just need to pay a deposit, which will be returned to you when you give the bicycle back. In some parts of the city, a bicycle is the only permitted vehicle.

Tokyo, Japan

The Best Countries for Bike Lovers


Tokyo is an enormous metropolis with a developed transportation network, including for bicycles. It’s much faster to commute by bike – there are no traffic jams. Do not be surprised if you see a business person in an expensive suit, carrying a briefcase and riding a bicycle. It is quite usual for Tokyo.

All bicycles are registered and have unique numbers, just like cars. The owner’s name is written on the frame.

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A visit to Tokyo 2017: Autumn Beauty

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Tokyo October Festivals and Events

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Niihama Taiko Festival October 16 to October 18, 2017

This festival takes place on Shikoku Island and is like a big parade of giant taiko drums. There are 47 floats shaped as such, and each one represents a city neighborhood. The main idea of the festival is to display the energetic spirit of each float. Every neighborhood has 150 men carrying its float, and about 300,000 spectators come to watch the show.

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Yasukuni Autumn Festival October 17 to October 20, 2017

The amazing Yasukuni shrine complex is a favorite place to visit in Tokyo. Located in Chiyoda (central Tokyo), the complex was founded by emperor Meji in 1869. The shrine is dedicated to those who died while serving Japan and lists the names of people of different nationalities; even animals are listed here.

A number of festivals are held here in autumn and spring. In October, you can enjoy traditional Japanese arts: fire dance, drums, and local music. We suggest that you visit this incredible festival to enjoy people dressed in traditional Kimonos, as well as plenty of souvenir stalls and a chance to sample tasty Japanese foods. The shrine is located within walking distance of the popular Kitanomaru Garden.

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Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony October 2017

Nowadays everyone is crazy about coffee, but how about a cup of wonderful Japanese tea – especially when it is served during a special traditional ceremony! There is no better opportunity than to visit the famous outdoor ceremony held in October in Hamarikyu Detached Garden and the indoor activity held in Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.

We suggest you explore Japanese culture through this wonderful drink and understand the incredible taste of green tea. You will have a great opportunity to better understand Japanese culture and enjoy amazing first-timer workshops.

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Nihonbashi Ebisu-ko Bettara Market October 19 – October 20, 2017

This market takes place near Takarada Ebisu Shrine. Being a fairly famous Tokyo seasonal event, it is known for such tasty local dishes as bettara-zuke, or sweet and salty daikon radish pickles.

This event goes back to the Edo period, a time when local Japanese merchants began to sell fish, meat, vegetables, and fruits.

The event starts on October 19, and the market is located just at the shrine entrance. The ceremony commemorates the god Ebisu. Enjoy this amazing fair in the Odenma-cho area (eastern part of Chiyoda). Here you can find an enormous variety of food, souvenirs and traditional items sold at 400 to 500 street stalls that work until very late evening – as well as many places to stroll and enjoy the atmosphere:

A visit to Tokyo 2017: Autumn Beauty. Kitanomaru Park / Chiyoda-Ku / Tokyo


Kitanomaru Park:

Located in the very center of Japan’s busy capital, Kitanomaru Park is a must-see place for those who dream of escaping to Tokyo’s vibrant life. Here, in the Chiyoda area, you can feel the historical presence of the northern enceinte (kitanomaru) and successive generations of the Tokugawa clan who lived in this place until the end of the Shogunate.

Formerly, the area was part of Edo Castle, and you can find a lot of historical sites in different sections of the park. This place is perfect if you are a nature lover: there are lawns, ponds, tracks, flowers, colorful bushes and quiet park walkways here. The wonderful scenery will make you forget that you are located in the heart of a vivacious metropolis.

A visit to Tokyo 2017: Autumn Beauty. Imperial Palace of Japan.


Imperial Palace Outer Gardens

The Imperial Palace Outer Gardens was part of the imperial household grounds; now the area is open to the public. The park is a must-see site in Tokyo, and one of the most exciting places to visit. Many people consider this area a symbol of Tokyo.

Enjoy beautiful views of the Nijubashi (Doble Bridge) built in 1886, historic sites of Edo Castle and Fushimi-yagura. Moreover, you will definitely be amazed by the park’s beautiful nature and wonderful grounds.

A visit to Tokyo 2017: Autumn Beauty. Hibiya Park


Hibiya Park

This park has a long and exciting history. It was land of feudal lords in times of shogunate, and later where military parades took place during Japan’s modernization in the second part of 19th century. It became public in 1903.

This park has two large Western-style flower gardens, a few cafes, and an amazing recreational area for strolls and quiet walks.

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Ten Reasons to Use a Travel Agent

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There are still relatively few people who decide to travel independently, that is, without using an agent to make arrangements. According to various estimates, it is 10-13% of the total volume of travelers. Obviously, independent tourism has spread due to the development of the Internet and electronic technologies, which do not even require your personal presence when buying airline tickets.

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Despite the fact that the market for independent travel is growing, hotels and ticket booking systems are generally still much more oriented to and adapted for organized tourism.

The independent tourist is a person who arranges entire trips on his own – booking hotels and flights, buying tickets, arranging transfers, and taking care of medical insurance. Actually, people decide to travel independently not simply from the desire to save money.

Mostly, they prefer to travel to countries that are not popular in the mass tourism market, or to places where package deals just do not exist.

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Interest in “indie” travel has increased because many people think it is safer and cheaper. However, that is not always true. The most important thing a tourist who travels on his own should understand is that he alone is responsible for the entire trip.

There are numerous benefits to having a specialized agency organize your travel:

1. Advantageous prices for a mass of beach resorts (e.g., Egypt, Turkey, and Greece): charters fly, and tour operators buy up hotel rooms in bulk at big discounts half a year before the season.

An individual’s round-trip tickets can cost as much as the price of a whole package from a tour operator – including hotel, transfers, and other amenities. With food and entertainment, you can end up paying twice as much, or more, for the same services.

2. There could be the chance of catching cheap “hot” tickets a few days before departure.

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3. It is usually cost efficient to buy tickets in advance on regular flights, especially for peak travel times like summer and New Year’s holidays.

4. Health insurance is often included in the tour price.

5. You will spend a minimum of your time planning the trip. Everything will be arranged by your travel agent. It is their job.

6. You will not have to worry about the process of getting visas and all other documents.

7. Any questions while on the trip will be settled by the tour operator or its representative.

8. If you do not speak English – it is not a problem. There will be a guide who speaks your native language. In hotels and restaurants, you will not have to speak bad English.

9. Excursions will take place at an arranged time and at a comfortable pace. During your trip, you will have nothing to worry about.

10. Responsibility for a tour will lie solely on your travel agent. In a case of a force majeure situation, the travel agency will provide hotel rooms at their expense, organize alternative means of transportation, and ensure that other services you need are offered.

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Travel agents assume overall responsibility for your comfort and safety on a trip. So, if you don’t want a headache in place of an amazing vacation, it is better to call your travel agent!

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Top Vacation Destinations in Spain, 2017

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The official slogan of Spain’s national tourism bureau TURESPAÑA is “Spain is what you want. Spain is what you need.” Enough said! We propose the following as the best sites to visit in this sunny, cheerful country:

Top Vacation Destinations in Spain. Alhambra de Granada.

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The Alhambra

L’Alhambra – the Moorish citadel in Granada formed by a complex of palaces, gardens and forts – is a place where you can plunge into several different cultures simultaneously. When most Spanish territory was conquered by Islam in the early 13th century, Granada became its cultural center, and Muslims decided to build a “paradise on earth” here.

Perhaps the world’s most refined examples of Islamic art are in The Alhambra. The mysterious red palace of is not only the most popular tourist monument in Spain but also in all of Europe. To preserve its historical beauty, the number of visitors is limited, and you must buy tickets in advance.

Top Vacation Destinations in Spain. Cathedral of La Sagrada Familia

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The Sagrada Familia

This amazing temple is one of the greatest attractions in Spain, the creation of Antonio Gaudi. It was built in the Spanish modernism style. This bizarre and magnificent temple of Barcelona has become a symbol of the city.

Antonio Gaudi gave 43 years of his life to this creation, but only one-third of the design was built in his lifetime. The building was designed in the form of a Latin cross, and only this makes The Sagrada Familia similar to usual Catalan churches.

The decoration of the building strikes the imagination with many details. At the same time it has modern, Gothic, and Christian traditions.

For the moment, temple construction continues; completion is expected by 2030.

Top Vacation Destinations in Spain. Panorámica de Sevilla


Flamenco in Andalusia

The homeland of flamenco is Andalusia. This dance began its triumphal march through Barcelona in the 18th century.

A passion dance, a rhythmic guitar sound, girls in long beautiful frilly dresses, and real Spanish macho – all this is more than just a dance. It’s a virtuosic and unforgettable art combining different musical and dance styles. Flamenco performances are very colorful and stay in your memory for a long time.

Top Vacation Destinations in Spain. Panorama of the Aragonese Pyrenees.

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Walking through the Aragonese Pyrenees

Spain offers a pedestrian traveler a lot of places for walking. The Aragonese Pyrenees are especially famous for being an ideal place for hiking. The Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park is one of the most outstanding places in the Pyrenees. The highest point of this mountain chain is the peak of Monte Perdido (3348 meters). Here you can climb the majestic rocks and ice fields, where sometimes you can meet chamois.

Top Vacation Destinations in Spain. Zafra, patio del Castillo


You can get a royal overnight stay in the Spanish state network of paradores. This word means a former castle, palace or monastery – luxurious and always comfortable. There are 86 such paradores throughout the country. They constitute the golden fund of European real estate service, and many are also located on the territory of historical complexes (for example, the Alhambra). Prices are not jaw-dropping, especially if you book the room online in advance.

Top Vacation Destinations in Spain. Mitjaneta beach

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The Beaches of Menorca

Menorca, which means “less” in Spanish, is the second largest island (after Mallorca – major) in the Balearic archipelago.

This island of Menorca is a UNESCO biosphere reserve and has a 216 kilometer coastline with many beaches that all deserve their own individual descriptions.

Menorca, despite its proximity to Mallorca, is a lot different. On the one hand, the island is considered one of the most expensive and luxurious resorts in Spain. On the other – you will not find any of the usual Mediterranean coast hotel complexes since construction of tall buildings is prohibited here. The regulations are that hotels should not be above three floors, their roofs must harmonize with the color of the soil, and the walls must always be painted white.

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The Beauty of Seoul in Autumn

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Many people like to travel to Korea in the summer. However, the best time to visit this country is autumn, and there are a lot of reasons why!

The Beauty of Seoul in Autumn

Gyeongbokgung palace with Maple leaves, Seoul, South Korea. Photo:

Pleasant weather

Autumn in Korea is called the “chhongomabi” season – “the time when the sky is higher and horses are gaining weight.” Fall is the most beautiful season here as the weather is ideal: not hot – not cold, perfectly suited for outdoor recreation.

In September, the air temperature is 20 – 22°С; in October, 15 – 17°С.  During the day, everything is warmed by a gentle sun, so this is the best time of year for touring.

The Beauty of Seoul in Autumn. autumn red leaves Seoul, Korea

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Stunning nature

Autumn in Seoul is, without exaggeration, magical. Leaves are all varieties of color, from the usual yellow to bright red and even purple. You can admire this splendor without leaving Seoul – just go to Pukhansan.

One of the few national parks in the world that is located within a city, the park is surrounded by urbanized territory of the capital and its suburbs and referred to as the city’s lungs. Imagine how colorful this park becomes in autumn when the foliage is painted in various shades from light green to maroon. It also has numerous waterfalls, cultural monuments, and overlooks.  

The Beauty of Seoul in Autumn. Seoul tower in Seoul city

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Korea is internationally famous for its festivals, and Koreans have great respect for festivity days, celebrating them colorfully and boisterously. Do not miss the chance to see these bright and fantastic holidays of life:

The Beauty of Seoul in Autumn. Seoul Korea

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International Fireworks Festival in Seoul

This annual festival on the Khangan River is one of the most spectacular events of autumn where thousands of firework masters from around the world are invited. It is interesting that each team presents a show concerning a unique national theme.

You can also see a truly amazing light and laser show here, as well as festive music performances. The entire pyrotechnic show is accompanied by music of various genres including rock, pop, and classical. Overall, more than 50,000 fireworks are launched throughout the festival.

Seoul Festival of Lanterns (03 – 19 November 2017)

The bright and mesmerizing Seoul Festival of Lanterns is held annually in November along approximately 1.2 kilometers of Cheonggye Stream. This festival first took place here in 2009, and in 2014 it officially changed its name.

The theme of this year’s festival is “Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang” – meaning the event is being conducted to support the 2018 Winter Olympics.

The Beauty of Seoul in Autumn. fish market, Seoul Korea

Sea shell at fish market, Seoul Korea.

Korea Grand Sale

The Korea Grand Sale is an annual shopping festival. It was originally held in winter, but in 2017 it will be countrywide and last all through October. Approximately 20,000 shops from hundreds of business types are going to participate in the Korea Grand Sale.

What can you get there? A lot of significant discounts including 50% off admission to Everland amusement park, about 70% off at duty-free shops, and a free 24-hour stay at the Ibis Ambassador Hotel.

The Korea Grand Sale offers astonishing discounts on almost everything – food, entertainment, fashion, accommodations, beauty, and more.

Don’t miss these fantastic opportunities to enjoy everything South Korea has to offer!

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Beyond Rome, Florence, Venice: Try Southern Italy

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There are few rivals to the antiquities of Rome, the Renaissance heritage of Florence, and the fairy-tale setting of Venice, the three cities comprising Italy’s popular tourism triangle. But the south of Italy is a different animale.

“The south’s hospitality is exceptional,” says Andrew De Angelis, an Italian native and YYZ travel advisor based in Calgary, Canada. “Locals don’t see you as a walking wallet, as they often can in Rome, Florence, and Venice. They see tourists as people to share their heritage with.”

Until Italy was unified in the mid-nineteenth century, the south was an independent region, which accounts for its differences, such as Puglia’s trulli (conical-roofed stone huts); the couscous that replaces pasta in Sicily, reflecting its proximity to North Africa; and the lemon orchards terracing the Amalfi Coast. Greek ruins and ancient Roman cities abound, while Neapolitan pizza and Sicilian wine “are expressions of the region: simple and beautiful,” says De Angelis.

Beyond Rome, Florence, Venice: Try Southern Italy
Traditional conical-roofed stone huts in Puglia.

“It’s not as tidy or as organized as the north, but the south of Italy is a trip you won’t forget,” he adds. “It’s the old Italy, the motherland.”

Travel to Southern Italy

Hydrofoil to the chic isle of Capri, let your chauffeur navigate the cliffside S curves of the Amalfi Coast, explore Pompeii’s ruins and Palermo’s markets, and taste the vintages of Sicily, all on a 17-day private tour with Artisans of Leisure.

Must-Stay Hotel

Perched atop a cliff on the Amalfi Coast, the 67-room Hotel Santa Caterina features modern Mediterranean dishes and panoramic ocean views at its two restaurants, regionally inspired spa treatments (think massages with local lemon balm), and a heated seawater pool at its coastal Beach Club.


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Yummy Cuban Dishes You Must Try

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Cuba is extremely famous not only for its sparkling beaches, beautiful people and colorful nature, but also for its food. When you visit this country, the quality of food will surprise you a lot. The prices are affordable enough, around $7 in average. However, the prices can be much more expensive especially in such popular travel locations as Trinidad.

Cuban food was originally brought from Africa, Spain, Native American Taino population and Caribbean cuisines.

Yummy Cuban Dishes You Must Try. Medianoche sandwich


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