Known as the Paris of South America, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires attracts couples in search of beauty, history, culture, fine architecture, great food, and fine wine, all at affordable prices. Love is in the air, along with the strains of tango music.
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Craft beer is having a big moment not only in Boston, but across the country. With that, there have been quite a few breweries opening up both in and around Boston that are worth checking out while you're in town. Right in the city, there's the new Trillium Fort Point and recently opened Night Shift at LoveJoy Wharf. And of course there are two breweries best known to Boston since the 1980s, Harpoon Brewery and Sam Adams.
The 950-year old city of Nuremberg (spelled Nürnberg in German) is still alive with history. It is Bavaria’s second largest city, about two hours from Munich and a frequent stopover for people on their way to the southern capitol. This charming city has a castle and whimsical statues and fountains as well as one of the best Christmas markets in the country, but is also well-known for its infamous connection to the Nazi party. Here are the Nuremberg sights that no traveler should miss.
Everyone loves a good rooftop. Whether it’s summer or winter — who are we kidding, winter in Miami doesn’t exist! — there’s always a reason to celebrate seven days a week and here we’ll share the perfect spots to imbibe, converse and take in all the Magic City views.
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The capital of the medieval kingdom of Bohemia and modern-day Czech Republic, Prague was founded in the 6th century. Today, the city’s breathtakingly beautiful streets are filled with the relics of its storied past. Here are some of Prague's top hotels.
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First settled in the early 7th century, Dubrovnik has an impressive history. The UNESCO-protected Old Town has weathered both natural and political crises and emerged with its beauty intact. Today, it is famous for its splendid Baroque architecture. We round up the best hotels Dubrovnik has to offer - from 16th-century boutiques to family-oriented seaside resorts.
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Niagara Falls has earned a distinct reputation as being the most powerful and mesmerizing natural spectacle in the world. Every year millions of people visit to embrace its splendor and sheer size, going out of their way to stand in the midst of such beauty. But while you might attribute Niagara as being the largest waterfall in the world, you’d be wrong. There is a host of waterfalls spread throughout the world that would give Niagara a run for its money, some even dwarfing the natural wonder.
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South America has so much beauty and wild nature...and nothing compares to its waterfalls. Whether it is a series of steps with water sprayed in attractive patterns, or the dramatic force in large waterfalls with a significant volume pouring over the edge, South America has stunning examples of both. If you're heading to South America, be sure to visit these waterfalls.
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Unfortunately, Mumbai isn't a city that's known for its cheap hotels, and there's limited choice for those on a tight budget. However, if you're willing to sacrifice a few comforts there are some clean but basic accommodations available. Here are eight great options for budget hotels in Mumbai, all of which are well situated in the south of the city.
Mumbai, with real estate prices that are on par with those of New York City, is a notoriously expensive city to stay. This can make finding good, inexpensive accommodations challenging. However, if you look carefully, there are some decent places offering reasonable service for a price that's fairly easy on the wallet. Here are six of the best budget hotels in Mumbai that are centrally located near the city's tourist attractions.