Vanuatu provides unique experiences with its active volcano, Mount Yasur, and world-class diving opportunities.
You can discover the dwarf statues and scenes from 'The Sound of Music' in Salzburg's Mirabell Gardens, a must-visit spot.
In Ohrid, North Macedonia, you can explore the Bay of Bones Museum, a unique open-air museum replicating ancient pile dwellings.
Quebec City is one of North America's oldest cities, featuring cobblestone streets and the impressive Chateau Frontenac overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
Valletta, Malta's capital, is known for its old buildings and history, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Did you know Mont-Saint-Michel was never conquered during the Hundred Years' War, thanks to its strong fortifications and strategic position?
Gramado's Rua Torta is famous for its winding design, creating a playful and unique photo spot in this Brazilian-European city.
Santo Domingo, the oldest European city in the Americas, is home to the first cathedral, hospital, and university in the New World.
Did you know that Pfeiffer Beach in Big Sur has purple sand colored by minerals from nearby hills?
Manuel Antonio National Park combines the thrill of wildlife like monkeys with calm beaches, offering a unique Costa Rican adventure.
Patagonia is home to the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the few glaciers in the world that is still growing.
Did you know? The Monastery in Petra, reached by climbing about 800 steps, offers breathtaking views of Jordan's landscape.
You are visiting a town built in a meteorite crater when you go to Nördlingen. It mixes history, architectural buildings, and space science all in one amazing circle-shaped place.
Oahu is famous for its beaches and historical significance, which is evident at the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, commemorating the island's role in World War II.
Cliffs of Slieve League are among Europe's highest sea cliffs, soaring nearly three times higher than the famous Cliffs of Moher, truly a giant in nature's beauty.