Slovenia has something to offer visitors every month of the year. This full calendar of discoverable moments stems largely from the geography of the country, which is wedged in between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Pannonian Basin and which allows for gorgeous vistas all year long.
Hiking in the desert is one of life’s most meaningful experiences, serving up incomparable views you can’t see from your car, shared campfire meals with people you meet along the way, and silence and wide-open spaces for mindful reflection and late-night storytelling under the stars. Needless to say, hiking in Jordan – amongst fields of…
Following a federal court ruling in Florida, the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) said it could no longer enforce the mask mandate on public transportation, which led to several US airlines announcing masks would no longer be required in flight.
History is made as a Renaissance-era landmark in Venice is now open to the public for the first time. Visitors to Venice will now be able to enter the Procuratie Vecchie after it opened to the public for the first time in its history on April 13 following an extensive five-year renovation project.
Broadway shows plan to continue to require masks from theatergoers through the end of May, though some venues will soon no longer require proof-of-vaccination to enter.
Tokyo’s reputation for being one of the world’s safest and most exciting travel destinations precedes it. The Japanese capital consistently tops global lists of safe cities, and Tokyo celebrated eight consecutive years of inbound tourism growth in 2019. But there is a darker, or at least slightly more uncomfortable, side to the Japanese capital.
When one thinks of budget travel destinations, Tokyo seldom jumps to the top of the list. But while Japan’s frenetic capital can have seriously deleterious effects on your bank account, it also offers yen-counting alternatives that don’t necessarily require a dip in quality.