Chicago is at once the cultural heart of the USA and a world-class city with international appeal. It has a taste for the finer things in life, yet a friendly and unhurried demeanor, famous for its Midwestern hospitality, eclectic neighborhoods, vibrant culture and arts scene, culinary prowess, and much more.
What better way to start the year than travel somewhere great? Join the festivities in one of our hand-picked destinations and see what makes each and every one a great pick for attending the greatest party of the year.
You don’t need to go to the Mediterranean to enjoy water sports, island-hopping and private beaches. Discover the wonderful waters of Blekinge, Sweden’s loveliest coast.
Find a collection of the best Christmas Markets Europe has to offer. Wander among beautifully decorated Christmas stalls and get into the holiday mood.
Take every over-the-top cartoonish image you have of Japanese pop culture and combine them all into an hour-long explosion of color, sound and energy, and you’ll begin to get an idea of what Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant is like.
From Greece to India, let us take you on the food adventure of a lifetime – to the best and the worst of street foods.
Eger is the type of town where something is always going on, be it a concert, a festival, a wine tasting event or a water polo match. It’s located only 1.5 hours away from Budapest, but well worth travelling much further for.
Moldova is now opening up to curious trailblazers from abroad, and the relative lack of tourist infrastructure is more of a draw than a turn-off. Sparse promotion brings with it significantly lower prices, and gives the country grit and authenticity long-lost by trendy destinations across the globe.
Sofia is an intriguing and layered city that hides surprises behind every corner, no matter how thoroughly you explore it. See what the Bulgarian capital has to offer and learn all about why the city is about to become the new “it” place for young European travelers.
Deep in the Colombian jungle lies an ancient city, older, more isolated and more difficult to reach than Machu Picchu. Reaching Ciudad Perdida (the ‘Lost City’ of the Tayrona people) is an adventure in itself, involving several days’ trek through thick rainforest, making it the experience of a lifetime.