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Sep 3
Part of the United States' original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania offers a variety of historic sites and gorgeous scenery. This means visitors to the Keystone State can explore a bit of everything, from secluded, mountainous terrain to bustling, cosmopolitan cities. Bordering New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Ohio, Pennsylvania is an easy drive from several neighboring states and gives travelers much to see and do all year long.
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Sep 3
Whether visiting a major city or bucolic countryside, traveling by bicycle is a convenient and romantic way to see more of a destination at your own pace. Although not as bike-friendly as European countries like the Netherlands and Denmark, the United States possesses a surprisingly extensive network of trails ripe for exploration. These 10 long-distance trails across the U.S. stand out for their natural beauty, access to historic sites, and options for beginners and seasoned cyclists alike.
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Sep 3
Travelers venture to The Last Frontier to see wildlife, set foot in eight different national parks, gaze up at star-filled skies, marvel at the aurora borealis, learn about local cultural groups and native history, and experience adventure-filled activities like dog mushing, hiking, flightseeing, and kayaking. Keep reading to discover the top 15 destinations in the U.S.’s 49th state.
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Sep 3
Our picks for the best day trips from Palm Springs include beers and beaches, super blooms and supersized sculptures, dark skies in Joshua Tree National Park, and pine-scented air and fresh powder in not one, but two mountain ranges.
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Jun 2020
Although all surfers may possess a different idea about the optimal places to paddle out, there are several beaches that are famous for their exceptional breaks, distinctive scenery, and unique role in surfing history. When you’re planning a getaway to catch your own “perfect wave,” consider these world-class beaches.
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Jun 2020
Whether you're looking for outdoor recreation or art museums, outlet shopping bargains or unique galleries and boutiques, beaches or historic sites, or even a driving tour, you'll find plenty to entice you within a short radius of Portland.
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Jun 2020
Disney World is great and all, but there's so much more to one of the longest states in the U.S. If you live in or are visiting Orlando, there are a number of day trips you can take to switch up the scenery and get a different side of the Sunshine State.
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Jun 2020
With its amazing wildlife, warm beaches, amazing wineries, delicious eats, and incredible history, California is a destination that is truly one of a kind. Ready to explore? Here are 12 spots to get you started.
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Jun 2020
From lakeside vistas and coastal shorelines to desert valleys, national parks, and vastly wooded forests, camping across the United States takes many shapes and forms. Whether you’re an avid camper that enjoys getting dirty while immersed in nature, or you want a little more comfort being out in the wild, the scenery and ambiance of these 15 campsites provide an experience that you will likely never forget.
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Jun 2020
First-time visitors to Africa are indeed in an enviable position, with 54 countries to choose from. However, the prospect of picking a starting point from which to explore the world's second-largest continent can also seem like a daunting task. Here are 10 of our favorite bucket list destinations, all of which offer an unforgettable experience for first-time Africa visitors.
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Feb 2020
Whether you're planning a Valentine's Day vacation, a destination wedding, a milestone anniversary trip, or, you know, just a quiet weekend away, this list of 10 romantic destinations near and far will satisfy every kind of couple.
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Jan 2020
Using data from our Editors’ Choice Awards and the first-hand knowledge of our team of editors and writers around the world, we hand-selected 19 places around the world (some big and some small) that are perfect for each type of traveler, whether you’re traveling with kids in tow, bringing back an empty suitcase for souvenirs, or only packing a trusted pair of hiking boots and a map.
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Nov 2019
South Africa’s most lauded foodie destination may be Cape Town and the surrounding winelands, but Johannesburg also has plenty to offer travelers looking for quality food and drink. Jozi’s culinary scene is incredibly diverse, reflecting the city’s multicultural population of South Africans, immigrants, and expats.
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