Copenhagen, the Next Great Green City

Copenhagen

By 2025, Copenhagen hopes to the world’s first carbon neutral capital. By 2050, the city’s goal is to be completely independent of fossil fuels. With goals like these, it’s no surprise the capital city in Denmark is filled with interesting sustainable experiences. Here are some top picks:

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August 2, 2013 by
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Visiting Zurich: Switzerland’s Biggest City

River boat cruising through Zurich

Zurich’s got a lot going for it. It’s Switzerland’s largest metropolis, sprawling along the Limmat River on the northern tip of Lake Zurich and surrounded by glorious Alpine scenery. It’s the powerhouse that turns the cogs of Switzerland’s banking system and has recently been awarded the ambiguous accolade of most expensive city in the world – just surpassing Tokyo.

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August 1, 2013 by
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Tips for Traveling Tahiti on a Budget

Tahiti

While often thought of as one of the world’s most expensive destinations, Tahiti is a viable option for those who want to have an enjoyable time without spending a fortune. To help you plan an affordable trip in paradise, here are top tips for traveling Tahiti on a budget.

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July 31, 2013 by
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Meet Walter Rodriguez Sanchez, a Private Guide in Cusco, Peru

Meet Walter!

Having been born and raised in ancient Cusco, Walter Rodriguez Sanchez has unparalleled knowledge of the city as well as all the communities and provinces in the Cusco State. In addition to this native’s knowledge, Walter also has an impressive academic background that informs his tours, including degrees in Tourism, Anthropology and Psychology.

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July 30, 2013 by
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Festivals Happening Around the World in August

Sunset at Burning Man Courtesy of Mypubliclands on Flickr

August is party-central across the globe, with people dancing in the streets all the way from Notting Hill, London, to Davao City, The Philippines. Here’s the best of a bumper crop of August festivals to keep us on our toes.

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July 29, 2013 by
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Provence Lavender Tour

Gordes

Provence is a beautiful region of southeastern France with varied landscapes and many medieval villages. In the summer, some of the highlights of visiting this region are tasting the fruit and vegetables harvested here, as well as observing the lavender fields in bloom. The Provence Lavender Half-Day trip covers all of these features with a visit to lavender fields and the Lavender Museum in Coustellet, along with stops in two small historical villages, Rousillon and Gordes.

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July 26, 2013 by
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Eight Best Beaches in Florida

(Photo: Ft. Zachary Taylor Beach, Key West, Florida via Shutterstock)

In some respects, you can’t go wrong with any Florida beach you choose. But with more than 1,200 miles of coastline, you may feel overwhelmed by the possibilities. Don’t fret! Here’s your primer on the best beaches in Florida.

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July 26, 2013 by
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Go Los Angeles Card

Visit top Hollywood attractions

A prepaid ticket shaped like a credit card, the Go Los Angeles Card offers perks and deals at 150+ miles’ worth of Southern California attractions. The trick to getting the best value from the Go Los Angeles Card is determining what kind of attractions you’d like to visit, then map out your travel routes and budget your time.

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July 25, 2013 by
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Meet Barbara Stolecka, a Private Guide in Bologna

Meet Barbara!

Barbara Stolecka has been working as a licensed tour guide around Ravenna since 2000, but her love affair with Italy began well before that. After beginning her career as a tour escort in her native country of Poland, she decided to make the famed peninsula her home more than 15 years ago.

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July 24, 2013 by
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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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