6 Reasons to Visit Bariloche, Argentina

Nahuel Huapi Lake

The Alps’ Latin American siblings are undoubtedly the AndesMountains, where you can find San Carlosde Bariloche, Argentina. Located inside a national park on the northern end of the Argentine Patagonia, the area has lured explorers since the 16th century.

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July 24, 2013 by
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Exclusive Viator Deals for Facebook Fans!

Viator Facebook travel deals

The Viator Travel Team is excited to announce our new exclusive Facebook deals! These deals will change frequently, offer savings of up to 20% off and you can’t find them anywhere else.

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July 24, 2013 by
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Buy 2 Athens Tours, Save 20% on Your 3rd!

From now until August 7, 2013, when you buy two Athens tours you get 20% OFF of your 3rd tour! That’s right – Buy 2 tours, save 20% on your 3rd!

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July 24, 2013 by
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Meet Emiliano Tufano, a Private Guide in Naples

Meet Emiliano!

As an archaeologist and licensed guide born and raised in Pompeii (where his family has lived for generations), Emiliano Tufano may be one of the most qualified tour guides you can find in southern Italy.

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July 23, 2013 by
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Queenstown: More than Just an Extreme Sports Destination

The Skyline Gondola

Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s must-visit places no matter which season you’re visiting the South Island. It’s famous for its snowfields, its lake – Lake Wakatipu – its autumn leaves and spring blossoms and most of all just for that scenery. Oh, and the extreme sports – so many extreme sports. The town is full of young travellers there to work and play, to ski and bungee jump and luge and hang-glide and, well, you get the idea.

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July 22, 2013 by
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How to Make the Most of Your Time in Galway

The welcoming vibe of Galway draws people in and keeps them around for a while. The crime rate is low, the pub scene is loud, and the proximity to some of Ireland’s most stunning coastline tourist hotspots makes it a pretty great place to set up shop for as long as you like. Here’s how to make the most of your time in Galway.

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July 22, 2013 by
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Exploring Vilnius, Lithuania

St Anne's Church

Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, one of the three Baltic States, and is settled just north-east of Poland. It’s is also the second largest city within the Baltic States, and is extremely diverse in population, as it draws permanent residents from Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, and many other countries around the world. Not only is Vilnius diverse in the people that live there and the cultures it represents, but the history and architecture of Old Town combines Jewish, Western European, and Russian influences.

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July 19, 2013 by
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A Taste of Tuscany in a Day

Looking over the Tuscan countryside in Pienza

Italy’s greenest and richest region was always a faraway place I only experienced in the movies, on postcards from friends, or in the pages of romantic memoirs. Beyond the crowded tourist attractions in Italy like Pisa and Florence, I was anxious to explore Tuscany’s rolling green hills, local medieval towns, and quaint countryside vineyards in person, but with only one travel day available and more than 9,000 square miles at my feet, I knew I needed a plan. I didn’t want to lose time zigzagging around a new city. With a local guide from Tuscany, there was no getting lost and visiting three hilltop villages was the best way to discover the less travelled part of Tuscany in a Day.

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July 18, 2013 by
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Best Hikes Near Denver

Rocky Mountain National Park

Denver has become an increasingly popular destination for everyone from families to adventure enthusiasts to those somewhere in between. Already known for its world-class skiing in places like Vail and Aspen, Colorado has a lot to offer in the summer, too! Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver has plenty of trails within miles of downtown, giving visitors the ability to get out of the city and get their blood pumping.

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July 18, 2013 by
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A City Girl’s Guide to the Amazon

The Amazon

In preparing for my trip to Brazil, I figured I should probably book a few days in the Amazon. Not really because I always dreamt of trekking through the rainforest, more so that I felt I owed it to the one of the Seven Wonders of the World to make an appearance.

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July 17, 2013 by
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