Meet Luciano de Abreu, a Private Guide in Sao Paulo

As a typical Paulistano born and raised in São Paulo, Luciano de Abreu loves to introduce and share his knowledge of his native city with non-Paulistanos. Put quite simply, he loves working as a professional licensed tour guide, and this enthusiasm, in addition to his vast knowledge of the history, geography and culture of Brazil, will give you an experience of São Paulo that you won’t soon forget. Luciano private guide in Sao Paulo

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January 21, 2014 by
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Newly Designed Viator iPhone App – Celebrate with 10% Off All Mobile Bookings!

The Viator app is beautifully designed to take advantage of the new iOS 7 style. Every screen has been updated with a streamlined design with clean lines and less clutter. The new interface takes advantage of the best parts of iOS 7 such as easy navigation and a clean calendar, while keeping the features that are important to the Viator user such as the travel wishlist and easy booking.

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January 16, 2014 by
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Enter to Win a Trip for 2 to Macau!

Macau contest

Enter to win Ultimate Trip for 2 to Macau, including round-trip flights from the U.S., lodging for 5 nights, Macau tours, and round-trip ferry tickets from Macau to Hong Kong.

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January 16, 2014 by
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25 Ways to Celebrate Australia Day

Whether you’re a visitor to the great land Down Under (or an Aussie traveler), there are many ways to celebrate Australia Day besides the typical Aussie barbecue no matter where you might be traveling on the big day. All of these options have been chosen to help people get better acquainted with the country that is being celebrated.

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January 9, 2014 by
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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
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New Year Traditions Around the World

What are you doing when the clock strikes 12 on New Year’s Eve? Depending on where you are, this answer could vary. In America, there is the tradition of watching the ball drop from Times Square in NYC (or the Peach drop in Atlanta and so on), along with an impressive fireworks display that rivals Independence Day, breaking out into “Auld Lang Syne” and the kiss to start the year off right. But, that’s America. What about downing 12 grapes at each chime of the clock? Or smashing plates against a front door? There are different New Year traditions around the world. Let’s take a trip, shall we?

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December 27, 2013 by
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Top 10 Private Guides: 2015 Viator Travel Awards

Rob and Kang know how to have fun.

We’ve analyzed travelers’ reviews and studied our bookings to compile our end-of-the-year guide awards. From the highest rated guide to the most popular newcomer, we present you with the top members of our team. Drum roll please! Introducing the Top 10 Private Guides of 2014.

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December 17, 2013 by
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The Hobbit’s Ultimate Guide to New Zealand

Matamata, the famous setting for Hobbiton

Luckily for travelers to New Zealand, this fantasy-world of rings and hobbits was shot in a very real place, and thanks to the convenience of movie-themed tours, it’s easy to visit the same outposts where dwarves and trolls once voyaged. To take a walk in the footsteps of The Hobbit, here is a guide to many of the locations where scenes from the movies were filmed.

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December 16, 2013 by
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Top Traveler of the Year: 2014 Viator Travel Awards

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Meet Chris, a Viator customer from Australia who traveled around the world with his wife this year, booking several of our tours and activities along the way. We asked him about his favorite tours from the year, why he uses Viator, and some of his best travel tips.

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December 16, 2013 by
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Finding Zen in Yakitori: 12 Delicious Dishes to Try in Japan

An assortment of grilled delicacies! From L-R: bacon-wrapped asparagus, grilled chicken cartilage & hearts, chicken yakitori with asparagus, tsukune (chicken meatball grilled on a stick)

Any first time visitor to Japan will no doubt be overwhelmed by the sheer variety of delicacies available, whether they go to an upscale restaurant or visit a tucked-away izakaya. One of the best ways to experience Japanese cuisine is to seek out the neighborhood izakaya and try a variety of enjoyable dishes – from takoyaki to yakitori. Here are some of those must-try foods that are guaranteed to make your visit to Japan memorable.

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December 13, 2013 by
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