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The city speaks for itself, and the warmth of the locals here will not only make you fall in love with the place but also spread smiles all around.
- The small western seaside town of Rincon de Guayabitos is ideal for the serious traveler who also wants a bit of the vacation experience.
- Granada is the place that taught me going off the beaten path and straying from popular destinations can provide an even better travel experience.
- Mumbai ‘chaat,’ a term used for the tangy and savory roadside food of India, offers a dining experience like no other.
- Jerusalem is a vibrant city with tons of history and cultural activities to offer — but it also has one of the biggest and best markets in Israel with amazing food.
- There is no limit to the types of food to be discovered in Tel Aviv. It’s a truly international city and its food (and this list) reflects that.
- Situated in the valley of the Sierra Nevada mountains and overlooked by the grand Moorish palace, the Alhambra, Granada truly feels like a city stuck in time — so it’s no wonder that the tapas tradition lives on here.
- Utrecht is often considered a mini-Amsterdam, and the locals will defend their city to the death as being better than its big sister.
- While Switzerland will never be a true haven for budget travelers, there are definitely ways to stretch your money and still enjoy this beautiful country.
- You can, in fact, experience Ha Long Bay on a budget and have a less touristic, more authentic adventure.
- When you travel for a long time without a set agenda, you'll inevitably find yourself staying in some places longer than you planned. In some places, like Pai, you get stuck — but in a good way.