Game of Thrones Tour of Dubrovnik

The Red Keep and Blackwater Bay, Kings Landing, Game of Thrones Tour, Dubrovnik

I nervously eye the battlements above the main gate to Croatia’s exquisite fortress city, looking for any revolting peasants that might be lurking about. However, the only storming of castle gates going on is by the stream of visitors entering Dubrovnik, now a.k.a. King’s Landing.

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May 30, 2013 by
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Highlights of Halifax

The view of Halifax from George's Island

Halifax great year round destination (if you don’t mind a little snow in the winter) but is at its very best in the late summer and early fall months. Here are some highlights of Halifax.

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May 30, 2013 by
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Cruise International Awards: Vote for Viator Shore Excursions

Cruise Awards 2013

Cruise International magazine has listed its nominees for its annual Cruise Awards, and Viator Shore Excursions is up for Best Cruise Product or Service!

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May 29, 2013 by
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The World’s Most Beautiful Parks and Gardens

Central Park

Visiting a local park can be a great way to escape from the noise and chaos of city life and enjoy a more serene atmosphere without needing to go very far. While some parks are simple with a few benches and a green lawn, others are destinations in themselves, with themed gardens, lakes, waterfalls, bridges, hiking trails and an array of scenic atmospheres. Interested in experiencing some of these worthwhile landscapes for yourself? Here are Viator’s picks for the world’s most beautiful parks and gardens.

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May 29, 2013 by
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20 Reasons to Fall in Love with Naples, Italy

Gulf of Naples

Few Italian cities cause as many arguments as Naples. Travelers either see it as chaotic and unwelcoming or else passionately believe that the city is one of Italy’s most vibrant and unique. Almost no travelers stand in the middle. Is the dividing line drawn between those looking for a quintessentially romantic Italian experience versus those seeking an adventure? Perhaps, but I believe that Naples offers something for every type of traveler, and here are twenty reasons why.

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May 29, 2013 by
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Highlights of Greenland

Nuuk by ilovegreenland via Flickr.

Greenland is the biggest island on earth. Its harsh but stunning terrain — full of soaring fjords and magnificent glaciers — is unlike anything you may encounter anywhere else. Covered with snow and ice for much of the year, and plagued by arctic temperatures, few travelers consider Greenland for their next trip. This is a big mistake.

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May 29, 2013 by
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Meet Alberto Nosenzo, a Private Tour Guide in San Francisco

Meet Alberto!

As the name suggests, Alberto Nosenzo was born and raised in Italy but moved to San Francisco over 9 years ago after falling in love with the city. Because of his upbringing, Alberto is able to share his city highlights with visitors in either English, Italian or Spanish – the perfect tour guide for foreigners and Americans alike. The region beyond the city walls are a specialty for Alberto, who also offers extended trips to Muir Woods, Napa Valley and Yosemite National Park to name a few.

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May 28, 2013 by
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Why You Should Consider a Canada Cruise

Whale watching in Vancouver

For being such a large country, Canada is a little known cruise destination. Most people’s minds immediately go to tropical destinations like the Caribbean or Mediterranean when they think of cruising; however, a cruise farther north is just as fun and memorable. Canada cruises confirm this by offering an array of attractions both onboard and in port. Experience delectable cuisine and sumptuous accommodations on the ship, then explore both the rustic and cosmopolitan aspects of Canada’s gorgeous countryside, mountains and cities.

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May 22, 2013 by
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Meet Una Stewart, a Private Tour Guide in Copenhagen

Meet Una!

Una Stewart’s background is sure to bring a number of interesting stories to her Copenhagen tours. Once an opera stage director before turning and teaching English to grades 6 through 9, Una has the tried and tested ability to organize and manage large groups of individuals – even the unruly youngster types. Una also dabbles in writing young children’s stories, which means she is definitely an excellent candidate to guide families with younger kids.

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May 22, 2013 by
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Touring the Colca Canyon in Peru

Colca Canyon

As an American who unabashedly likes to think we have the biggest and best of a lot of things — the Colca Canyon in Peru had a lot to live up to. Regardless of the fact that I’ve never actually seen the Grand Canyon, I know it’s called “Grand” for a reason and I’m pretty sure Colca doesn’t mean “ginormous” in Spanish. A two day tour of the Colca Canyon with Viator showed this American what’s up.

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May 21, 2013 by
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