Most people create their travel itineraries by entering “best things to do in _____” into a browser search bar. Whether written by a career travel professional at a world-renowned publication or by a travel writer at a newly launched travel blog, hundreds of results will appear, recommending the same ten (or so) things to do and see.
And that’s how it should be.
After all, going to Paris and not visiting the iconic Eiffel Tower is like going to New York City and not even making eye contact with Lady Liberty. And if it’s your first visit (or perhaps your only visit) to your chosen destination, you don’t want to miss any A-list landmarks or attractions.
But what about travelers who seek a deeper connection to the culture, food, and history of the places they visit? What about people who are planning a repeat trip to a destination and want to explore off-the-beaten-path recommendations?
With fascinating facts and unique recommendations, you can more intimately acquaint yourself with each place you go, its traditions, and the people that shaped its history.