Visiting Ephesus, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a step back into antiquity. Walk the marble Curetes Street, behold the magnificent Celsus Library and see the ancient public latrine. More must-see highlights await too!
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Only have a day in SF? No worries. You can still walk across the Golden Gate Bridge, climb up the hidden Filbert Street steps to Coit Tower, see hoity-toity Nob Hill and crooked Lombard Street, sip a cappuccino in North Beach and more!
One day in Berlin isn’t enough. But you can still get a taste of Germany’s capital! Top sights? The Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and paintings on the Berlin Wall (especially “The Kiss”). The German Historical Museum is also one of Berlin’s best museums.
Tops on our list of unique activities in San Francisco is bicycling across the Golden Gate Bridge. Climbing SF’s secret stairways? Listening to the Wave Organ? A love tour in a hippie van? Also very cool San Francisco experiences.
Check out the world’s most beautiful gardens! Like the formal French gardens at Versailles, Alnwick Castle’s poison garden and Xochimilco’s floating gardens in Mexico…
You can visit Brac on a day trip from Split. But to experience the best of Brac, stay on the island. You’ll want to hike to Blaca Hermitage, chill at Zlatni Rat Beach, taste wines at Stina Winery and more!
Our leisurely 14-day Croatia itinerary covers the beautiful Dalmatian Coast. Start in Dubrovnik, then island-hop by passenger ferry to Korcula, Hvar and Brac, before finishing your trip in Split.
Trying to decide between Saint Martin vs. Sint Maarten? You can hit both on the same island (no border). But French St. Martin is better for dining and beach clubs. Dutch St. Maarten is better for nightlife, extreme plane spotting and duty-free shopping.