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South America is a backpacker's delight. Get the scoop on backpacking through this spectacular continent.
London is a city with a distinctive blend of historic traditions and a stylish and modern culture. You can enjoy tea and crumpets and enjoy the city's royal roots before heading out to a sophisticated gastropub for gourmet dinner and drinks.
If there’s one way to soak up the authentic local culture of a city, it’s by walking through some of its most well-known open-air markets, rubbing shoulders with the locals. Amsterdam is known for being exceptionally multicultural, and its markets offer lively colors, smells and sights that will draw you from stand to stand across the city. Here is a list of some of the best markets around Amsterdam, some offering more than just food.
There are plenty of reasons to visit Barcelona, but one of the best is to enjoy the modernist architecture. Antoni Gaudi's basilica, La Sagrada Familia, is the most well-known example, but Gaudi was simply the biggest star of the Catalan art nouveau movement that launched Barcelona as a style capital. More than a century later, the design quotient is still high. If you want to stay in a hotel that lives up to the city's proud style standards, you'll find good options at many budget levels.
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Seoul has been integrating regional dishes into its local menu for as long as it's been a center of culture and commerce in Korea. Case in point: Seoul may not have created bibimbap, but it's crawling with bibimbap restaurants.
One thing that is timeless about the Eternal City is great Italian food. But that doesn’t mean pizza or pasta every night. These 10 restaurants range from a cozy trattoria through an experimental bistro to the city’s most luxurious eating establishment.