The Land of the Brave: Commemorate History at these Iconic Destinations

What better way to celebrate your freedom than by traveling to iconic cities in the United States? Take a nostalgic journey to Boston and make a first-hand visit to Cape Cod and Plymouth Rock. Reminisce to when Pilgrims and European settlers first arrived in America and take in all the rich history and culture that Cape Cod has to offer. Drive down the historic and scenic route 6A, the Old King’s Highway, to get a view of the Cape Cod lighthouse and visit the Cape Cod National Seashore Visitor’s Center at “Land’s End”—Provincetown. No trip to New England would be complete without spending a day touring the affluent summer colony of Martha’s Vineyard. With its brightly painted cottages with gingerbread trim, this island day trip acts as the icing on the cake to your New England experience. 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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Everything you need to know about the holidays in the Caribbean

Far away from snow-capped mountains and icy weather, the tropical Caribbean islands thrive and sparkle with holiday spirit. It’s hard to imagine a place with swaying palm trees being the epicenter of winter celebrations, but the festive light displays and the scrumptious foods of the tropics will convince you otherwise. When traveling to the Caribbean during the holidays, it’s important to remember that each island is a unique wonderland of colorful cultures and traditions. Read more