Year of the Pig: What You Need to Know About Chinese New Year

What is Chinese New Year?

The Chinese New Year (also known as the Lunar New Year and Spring Festival) is China’s most important holiday. Because China’s lunar calendar is based on the new moon that appears between January 21–February 20, the actual date of Chinese New Year varies from year to year. Public celebrations are observed this year between February 4–10 and mark “The Year of the Pig”.

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What You’ll Miss Out On When You Pass On That Trip

Woman waiting for Plane

The Anticipation
A planned trip can add a pep to your step and a glimmer of dreaminess to your future forecast. It’s exciting getting away and almost equally exciting just planning and counting down the days to your long-awaited getaway. Allow yourself to be carried away in this serendipity anticipation. Read more

A Guide to Europe’s Holiday Markets

Each year leading up to Christmas, holiday markets pop up across Europe, enlivening town squares, amusement parks, and shopping districts. Follow the scent of mulled wine and the warm glow of sparkling lights to a shopper’s paradise filled with treasures, gifts, and epicurean treats. Each country has their own unique flair—read our insider’s guide for an introduction to the best of the best.

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