Europe’s Most Unusual Christmas Traditions

Our experts weigh in on three unusual Christmas traditions from their travels. What comes to mind when you think of Christmas? It is likely an image of Santa Claus delivering presents under the tree with the help of his adorable reindeers. He has a jolly laugh emanating from his belly that’s far too full of […]

5 Best Places in Barcelona to People Watch Over Sangria

Between the blazing Mediterranean sun, seaside views, scattered patios and the eclectic mix of residents, people watching in Barcelona over sangria combines all the best elements of travel. Travel offers a priceless opportunity to observe how different countries, cultures and people interact and lead their daily lives. Within the ordinary and everyday moments of observation, […]

Sant Antoni: The Hidden Gem of Barcelona

A lack of major tourist attractions, sites and museums means that the revived community of Sant Antoni and its excellent gastronomic scene are often overlooked by visitors. Gently tucked away in the southern corner of Barcelona’s glamorous Eixample district is the small area of Sant Antoni. A neighborhood within a neighborhood, the idyllic Sant Antoni […]

Best National Parks in Canada for the Nature Enthusiast

For outdoor adventurers, it doesn’t get much better than the natural simplicity and untouched landscapes of the world-famous national parks in Canada. It’s famously known that the state of California has more people living within its borders than all of Canada does, so it’s sometimes easy to forget that the Great White North is still […]

A Visit to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market

A visit to St. Lawrence Market is a must for those who are looking to uncover the spirit of Toronto from past to present. East of Yonge Street and south of Queen Street lies one of Toronto’s most historically significant areas: Old Toronto. While it’s home to architectural gems such as the Flatiron Building and […]