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25 Castles You Can Sleep In loading...
25 Castles You Can Sleep In
Live like royalty, if only for a night.
Discover Old Havana's Vibrant Architectural Heritage loading...
Discover Old Havana's Vibrant Architectural Heritage
Cuba's capital holds one of the most impressive ensembles of historic architecture in the Americas.
25 Captivating Photos of Egypt loading...
25 Captivating Photos of Egypt
These stunning shots prove one of the world's oldest and most beloved destinations still has plenty to reveal.
Weekend Itinerary for the Explorer in Venice loading...
Weekend Itinerary for the Explorer in Venice
You can spend weeks in this city and never run dry of activities. But if you only have a few days, let a local help you plan.
How to Tightrope Across the Alps loading...
How to Tightrope Across the Alps
With only a rope to stand on, this daring mountain climber walked between rock formations in Switzerland.
How Tourism Helps Elephants—and People—Make a Home loading...
How Tourism Helps Elephants—and People—Make a Home
Kenya's Sarara Camp is a model of community-driven ecotourism.
Weekend Itinerary for the Explorer in Manhattan loading...
Weekend Itinerary for the Explorer in Manhattan
See this iconic city like an insider.
Watch This 'Flying Woman' Defy Death in a 600-Year-Old Ritual  loading...
Watch This 'Flying Woman' Defy Death in a 600-Year-Old Ritual
As part of National Geographic's Short Film Showcase
Explore the Emerald Rice Terraces of the Philippines loading...
Explore the Emerald Rice Terraces of the Philippines
This ancient cultural landscape beautifully illustrates human harmony with nature.
See Inside Italy's Ghost Villages loading...
See Inside Italy's Ghost Villages
Italy’s abandoned houses are believed to number in the thousands.
4 Reasons to Ditch Your Shampoo Bottle for a Bar loading...
4 Reasons to Ditch Your Shampoo Bottle for a Bar
Shampoo bars are greener, cheaper, and much more travel-friendly.
How Scotland Is Bringing Back Its Lost Alcohol loading...
How Scotland Is Bringing Back Its Lost Alcohol
With many Scotch distilleries closed or forgotten, whisky makers look to the past to rethink the country's heritage spirit.

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