Little-Known Areas In Each Province Of Canada That Are A Must-Visit

There’s more to Canada than the Niagara Falls and the CN Tower. With its vast geographical coverage that spans 3.8 million square miles or 9.9 million square kilometers, it’s the second-largest country on Earth. And within this vast territory are hidden gems waiting to be explored. Who knew you could find a long-lost North American Viking settlement, a charming hobbit village, the mythical unicorn of the sea, and a tiny desert, yes the smallest one on Earth, in Canada!

7 Comfort Food You Can Order in Toronto Right Now

It’s been a tough couple of months for everyone. People have lost jobs, businesses have closed, others who were lucky enough to keep their jobs have had to deal with a pay cut. Things are uncertain and everyone’s left to deal with this crisis in social isolation away from their support system. At times you just want to hug a tub of ice cream, crawl into a ball, and bury yourself under a warm comforter. When things become too much to handle people eat their feelings. We get it.

Hiking trails and natural wonders you can escape to near Toronto

Restrictions are slowly being lifted across the country. More places are starting to open up to visitors and like hundreds who had to spend months on lockdown, you could be craving for some fresh air and lots and lots of open space where you can run around ala Maria on The Sound of Music. The bad news is you can’t exactly do that in downtown TO because one, even parks there are crazy-crowded these days, and two people might think you’ve gone cuckoo after the lockdown.

8 Amazing Must-Visit Sites in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe has been seeing an increase in visitors in recent years thanks to the worldwide smashing success of HBO’s Game of Thrones (GOT). A Eurail ticket will take you to many of the shows filming locations including Dubrovnik, Split, and Ston in Croatia located in Southeast Europe. GOT fans might recognize Dubrovnik’s enchanting walled city and majestic port since these were used as the main filming locations for scenes set in King’s Landing, a fictional kingdom that is home to the show’s iron throne.

10 Must-Visit Ski Resorts From Around The World

Guaranteed snow, check. Reliable lifts, check. A variety of natural terrain, check. Accommodation and entertainment, check. These playgrounds for snowsport aficionados have everything you need for a fun ski vacation. Most of them have a variety of natural terrains perfect for both novice and experienced skiers. Hobby skiers and those who just picked up the sport can take level-specific lessons and have a fun family vacation with their top-notch accommodations, restaurants, and other amenities.

Calling All Architecture Lovers: 10 Amazing Facts About Chicago Buildings

The city looks like an architect’s playground cum canvas replete with structural masterpieces in every shape and form. These stunning structures built by America’s most famous architects make Chicago one of the world’s most awe-inspiring architecture cities. The intricate details in each building, the beautiful fusion of materials, and the bold use of quirky shapes in different sizes in these mega structures lend to the city’s aesthetic appeal. Chicago is indeed a giant design museum, showcasing

10 Most-Visited Canadian Cities

Canada is a beautiful country replete with majestic wonders of nature and brimming with opportunities to connect with wildlife. But aside from its famous nature spots Canada is also home to many modern metropoles that have welcomed people of diverse cultures from all over the world. Cities like Toronto and Vancouver are melting pots of various cultures where people of different backgrounds share their cuisine, language, music, and arts. From the glistening lakes of Banff to the skyscrapers in downtown Toronto...

12 of The Most Expensive Countries To Travel To

There are places for budget backpacking travelers, then there are places like the ones on this list that are ready to burn a hole in your pocket and drain your bank account. We’re talking expensive hotel stays, exorbitant taxi rates, and pricey fine-dining to spoil your palate. If money is no object and you’re looking for a place to travel and spend serious amounts of cash, here are the countries that are mainstays in many most expensive lists based on studies like the ones published by Hoppa ...

Safest Cities Around The World To Visit As A Solo Traveler

Safety and security are among the top considerations for solo travelers when choosing a place to visit on their own. Since traveling involves exploring areas previously unknown, it is important to read about the country’s safety index among other things even before flying there. This is especially true if you are going to travel solo because as much as it is liberating and exciting to enjoy such independence abroad, it can also be scary for some considering you will go around without anyone else

The World as Seen Through Windows

The Switzerland Tourism Board released a video with a bittersweet message: "Dream now, travel later." It’s the least we can do with this virus still lingering outside after wreaking havoc on the airline and travel industry all over the world. Even after this pandemic is over, many experts believe that people will be wary about traveling and it might take a few years for most to feel comfortable to go around the world again. For now, all travel bugs can do is dream and travel later. With travel

8 Underrated Parts Of New York City Every Tourist Has To Visit

Everyone wants to see the city that never sleeps, where too many blockbuster movies have been filmed, and TV shows have been made. You may recognize many of its streets from a scene in a movie or a series. It has lots of famous tourist spots for first-time visitors. But if you’re seeing the place for the second or the third time and you’ve already scoured the main attractions in the past,where else can you go? We’re giving you a list of some underrated places you may have not seen in movies, sh

10 Best Countries For Solo Travelers

Not much in life is as transformative as solo travel, and it is not just for the lost or broken-hearted. Many consider traveling the best education money can afford, and solo travel is food for the soul. It allows you to see the world in a different light, one that the office cubicle might not have afforded. Traveling sans companions allows you to march to the beat of your own drum, quite literally. You will not have to wait on others, and you can just let your feet take you wherever you want.

8 Travel Destinations That Will Never Be The Same Again

This pandemic has upended people’s lives in ways nobody expected. It has changed the way people educate their children, work, and interact. Many experts believe that after this experience the world will never be the same again. Many companies will adopt a work-from-home set-up, schools will integrate more virtual classes, and it will take a while before people will have the courage to travel to distant destinations again. Even when tourist spots open, people will still be wary of strangers and k

Virtual Places Around The World You Can Take Your Kids To During The Lockdown

So before they run out of Netflix episodes to binge watch and start thinking of ways to entertain themselves, here are some virtual places your little ones can visit while stuck at home. This is a fun boredom-busting idea all members of the family can enjoy. Yes, including little ones who may be too small to ride the real thing, and grown-ups who chickened out the last at the last in person visit. While the aquarium is closed right now, kids can still visit many of their creatures through live

Switzerland: Beyond the Chocolate

Staring at a picture of the Swiss Alps behind a chocolate bar, I wondered how the real thing would look like. I imagined a real life Willie Wonka factory, with forests, meadows, and prairies abound with chocolate. Just before drooling on my seat, and chewing on the cabin crew’s arm, she called my attention and asked me to fasten my seatbelt, for we were about to land in Switzerland. After weeks of going around this country, I discovered what really lies behind a bar of Swiss chocolate. It wasn’t Wonka’s factory alright, but it was so much better than that

10 Things To Watch Out For When Camping In The Wilderness

Beautiful warm weather is upon us and many are gearing up for outdoor travel. Among the list of outdoor activities, many are eager to engage in this summer is camping. It’s a wonderful experience even for families with kids since it allows you to be in touch with mother nature. It gives kids a sense of awareness about the environment. Giving them a taste of life outdoors allows them to appreciate nature and eventually commit to taking care of it in the future. For adults, camping offers a welco

10 Apps Every Solo Traveler Needs

There are a million and one reasons why solo travel should be in your bucket list. Many believe you have to travel alone at least once in your life. It’s an experience that will teach you so many things about the world and about yourself. You’ll know how it’s like to depend on yourself, to make decisions for yourself, and discover things on your own. But solo travel has its challenges, for one, you won’t have anyone to help you while on the road. Luckily there are now many apps for everything ev

10 Fascinating Facts About Caribbean Culture

Colorful is one word to describe the culture of the Caribbean people. It’s a mesmerizing mix of influences rooted in its rich heritage, shaped by its long history of colonization, and molded by waves of immigration. The region is a melting pot of different languages, cuisine, music, and customs. Its culture is a beautiful blend of a colonial and native elements shaped by each country’s socio-cultural experiences. It is this diversity that gives the Caribbean region a unique identity. Here are a

10 Best Travel Blogs To Follow During Lockdown

The Switzerland Tourism Authority released a video aptly called “Dream Now, Travel Later.” It’s a very short snippet showing breathtaking sites in this tiny landlocked country. Just like the country's most famous export, it induces bittersweet emotions in many who have a penchant for travel. So, why don’t you heed Switzerland’s advice while you're on self-isolation? Amidst orders to stay home, that’s the most travel bugs can do anyway. While you’re waiting for borders to open to travel again, wh
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