italian food
The most challenging thing about visiting Italy is trying to make more room for food. You'll eat burrata and prosciutto for an antipasto, pasta as a first course, meat as a second, and then somehow be expected to eat tiramisu and gelato on your walk home. What a struggle. Italy is undeniably one of the best countries in the world to visit for food lovers. It has a range of flavors...
10 quotes to inspire you to travel the world
Seeing the world is obviously important to us here at Travel Magazine. We watch travel shows like Parts Unknown on CNN, read tales of travelers like Vagabonding by Rolf Potts, and immerse ourselves in a world of travel inspiration daily to help us stay inspired. In doing so, we often encounter quotes and tidbits of advice that strike a chord. Here's a look at 10 quotes that inspire...
best wildlife photographers on instagram
One of the best parts about traveling is seeing the local wildlife - and even interacting with it if you're lucky. It's the reason we love to go on safari, sail the Galapagos Islands, and trek through the jungles of Rwanda and Uganda. The world has creatures on every continent, here are a few amazing wildlife photographers that can help you see animals in the comfort of your own...
things to do in varanasi
Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India. Located in the Northeastern province of Uttar Pradesh, the city draws thousands of pilgrims to it every year to bathe in the sacred waters of the Ganges River and to perform funeral rites. It's extremely crowded, and one of the best travel experiences you can depart on. If you're thinking of visiting the Golden Triangle, be sure to add...
how to plan a trip
Trying to pick what destination to visit next is challenging to say the least. It's challenging if you're an avid traveler because you want to go everywhere, and it's challenging if you're a once-every-five-years traveler because you need to make it count. No matter where you fall on this spectrum, you'll want to do your research carefully. With that said, here's how we evaluate...