Europe is the most visited continent in the world. While most tourists flock to the most popular ones, here are 10 overlooked countries in Europe you should visit next.
Toronto has appeared in many movies often as a set for other cities. Here are 10 shows filmed in Toronto you can binge on that will make you want to visit!
Remote workers, or digital nomads as they are referred to, tend to travel, relying mainly on technology to do their work. That’s why some countries have created a digital nomad visa to attract remote workers.
There are 1,500 parks in Toronto with numerous beaches, trails, gardens, playgrounds and fields. These 9 Toronto parks will make you forget you’re in the city.
How do you keep travel memories alive after you get home? Here is how you can relive your adventures and extend that travel vibe even after you’ve come home.
Australia’s Great Ocean Road is considered one of the most beautiful roads in the world. Measuring 243 km (about 150 miles) in length from Torquay to Allansford town, there are lots of things to do along this scenic stretch.
Latvia quickly has become one of my favourite countries but it was while we were exploring Cesis that I discovered the magic of this country.
For years, Poland has been flying under the radar of most tourists visiting Europe. So, whether you are planning to visit Poland or have already been there, here are some fun facts about Poland to get you more familiar before your visit.
As one of the most visited countries in Europe, Italy offers visitors an unparalleled experience. From art, architecture and fashion to food history and amazing views.
There are many fascinating countries in the world worth visiting. Switzerland is definitely one of those places to add to your list. A country smacked in the middle of Europe, that is very different from its neighbours. Seemingly like many others, yet absolutely unique.
Currently, there are 20 official UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Canada. Nine cultural, 10 natural and one is a mixed site. There are also 11 tentative ones.
While Florence is known as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, the small town of Urbino is where some of the greatest minds of the time lived and created …
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