Travel Guide

Cannes

When Coco Chanel got a suntan here in Cannes, she startled the milk-white ladies of Parisian society. Today, there’s hardly an inch of sand along La Croisette’s beaches that isn’t ...

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Sri Lanka

There’s more to Sri Lanka than Buddhist temples and palm-fringed golden beaches. Dotted with Unesco World Heritage Sites, the island has verdant jungle, an average of eight hours sunshine a ...

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Frankfurt Am Main

Sometimes called “Mainhattan” because of its skyscraper-studded skyline, Frankfurt is Germany’s fifth-largest city. Many travelers get their first introduction to Germany in this city because the Frankfurt airport serves as ...

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Ushuaia

Pinned snugly in a U-shaped cove facing the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia is a substantial metropolis of 70.000 people. Colorful clapboard houses with rickety staircases and corrugated roofs at impossible angles ...

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Siracusa

You’ll be following in the illustrious footsteps of the scientist Archimedes, statesman Cicero, evangelist St. Paul, martyr St. Lucy, painter Caravaggio, and naval hero Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, on a ...

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Aghios Nikolaos

Aghios Nikolaos tends to elicit strong reactions, depending on what you’re looking for. Until the 1970s, it was a lazy little coastal settlement with no archaeological or historical structures of ...

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Dubai

In Dubai, just about everything is meant to be the biggest and the best and it’s no joke. Here you’ll find the world’s tallest building, the largest man-made islands, the ...

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Zanzibar

Zanzibar. Just saying it sounds like a warm breeze on a powder-soft beach. And the island is as it sounds: blessed with a warm, sultry climate; beaches with sand so ...

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Barbuda

Barbuda is part of the independent nation of Antigua and Barbuda. Charted by Columbus in 1493, the island is 42 km north of Antigua. Twenty-four kilometers long by 8 km ...

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Portimao

Portimão is perfect if you want to stay in a bustling fishing port rather than a hotel perched right on the beach. Since the 1930s, Praia da Rocha has snared ...

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