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Top Travel Deals of the Week

Florence view

Looking for something new and fun to do while traveling this week? Check out Viator’s best travel deals available around the globe this week and make the most of your travel budget!

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April 22, 2014 by | 17 Comments

Save 20% in Hawaii

Hawaii Big Island sale

From now until January 22, 2014, when you buy two Hawaii tours you get 20% OFF of your 3rd tour! That’s right – Buy 2 tours, save 20% on your 3rd!

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January 8, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Top 25 Things to Do in North America: 2014 Viator Travel Awards

Explore the Big Apple

You’ll find all kinds of activities listed below, including historic exploration in Cancun and Washington DC, enjoying the great outdoors in British Columbia and Miami, and acting like a kid again in Orlando and San Diego. Join us for this tour of the Top 25 Things to Do in North America!

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January 7, 2014 by | 1 Comment

20 Reasons Why Cleveland Does, in Fact, Rock

Terminal Tower

This story tells you everything you need to know about Cleveland. Sure, it’s a city of fewer than half a million residents in America’s Rust Belt, but it’s got aspirations. Cleveland is the kind of city that is going to support a risqué art exhibit, even if they put a parental guidance warning on it. You won’t end your visit to C-Town feeling like you’ve just been to London or Paris, but you’ll have a pretty good idea of why musician Ian Hunter—and later, The Presidents of the United States of America, and Drew Carey—argues, “Cleveland Rocks.”

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December 5, 2013 by | 0 Comments

Little Havana Food and Walking Tour

Cuban Sandwich with a Twist with Swee tBread Called Medianocheat

If you have yet to travel to Cuba, Little Havana is not only a taste of the Cuban food, but its rich culture. Nestled just west of Miami’s downtown, Little Havana should be a stop on any visit to Miami. So that you don’t have to guess as to the best cafeterias, bakeries, or cigar shops, why not do it with a local? That’s why I did the Little Havana Food and Walking Tour; and, I’ve lived in South Florida for years.

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November 14, 2013 by | 0 Comments

Save 40% on Dinner Cruises in New York

HURRY! Book by November 12th, 2013 to save 40% on select dinner cruises in New York City. This exclusive offer applies to select departure times and dates from November 9th, 2013 through April 30th, 2014.

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November 8, 2013 by | 1 Comment

Exploring Monterey County’s Wine Country in California

When most people think of Monterey, California, they think of pretty specific things. There’s the scenic Highway 1 coastline, legendary golf and the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. Those things alone have all the makings of a great getaway, but more and more visitors are pouring into the area to taste another side of Monterey and Carmel.

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November 6, 2013 by | 0 Comments

Exploring Texas’ Culture in the Downtown Dallas Arts District

View of Downtown Dallas

Dallas, Texas is known for many things, such as the Dallas Cowboys and other professional sports teams, fine dining and shopping, and the long-running 1978 television drama, Dallas, about a wealthy and feuding Texan oil family. Most people, however, don’t know about the city’s burgeoning Arts District, a rare gem that is the centerpiece of the area’s cultural life.

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November 1, 2013 by | 0 Comments

Travel Alert: All US National Parks & Sites Have Reopened


As of October 1, 2013, all US national parks, national wildlife refuges and the Bureau of Land Management facilities, among other government agencies, have been temporarily closed due to a government shutdown.

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October 17, 2013 by | 0 Comments

Hiking on Matanuska Glacier in Alaska

Matanuska Glacier. Photo credit: Pam Mandel via Flickr.

The glacier is about a two hour drive from Anchorage, though you have to bake in extra time to stop at the viewpoint. On the day I made the trip, the sky was low and gray, but there was a window of blue visible just above the place where the glacier poured, in slow motion, into the river. There’s no telling what the weather will do in Alaska. You pack for the worst and hope for the best, and you go.

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October 17, 2013 by | 0 Comments

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