Walk through a dark tunnel with images of tortured souls sculpted on the walls, and you enter the world-class Hall of Opium museum, cradled in the humid Golden Triangle.
Authentic things to do in Morelia (a UNESCO-listed Mexican city)? See the beautiful cathedral. Visit a wild butterfly haven. And more!
Yes, visit Porto! But plan wisely. Here’s how to enjoy the best things to do in Porto (hello bookshops!) – without the crowds.
What to do in Dresden? Is 2 days in Dresden enough? Yes. Ogle the Green Vault treasures, bicycle the Elbe, taste Pilsner beer and see Zwinger Palace.
Beautiful colonial Mexican cities? San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and Morelia. Also magical: Cuernavaca, Oaxaca and Querétaro.
It’s worth visiting the Diego Rivera Museum in Guanajuato, where Mexican painter Diego Rivera was born. See 175 of his paintings and works by other artists too.
Jump in a tuk-tuk (if you dare!) for a tour of the best places to visit in Kandy, Sri Lanka, including the Temple of the Tooth, Botanical Gardens and giant Buddha.
Planning a luxury trip to Turkey? We’ve visited several times. This Turkey itinerary shares how to spend 14 wonderful days in the exotic country – the best sights, hotels and more!
Steam, scrub, soap suds and a silky massage. Ahhhh… We checked out the best Turkish hammams in Istanbul to make you feel like a Sultan or princess.
A mask museum? Botanical gardens? Magical rooftop bars? Visit San Miguel de Allende for more than just art galleries and colonial architecture.
We have great restaurants, parks (can you say Butchart Gardens?) and attractions. Check out our insider guide to the best things to do in Victoria, BC!
The ancient Mayans built elaborate sites, invented a calendar and sacrificed humans to the gods. To learn more about them, 5 Mayan ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula are popular and easy to visit.
Beaches and surfing? Check. Luxury spas? You bet. Art, dance and colorful festivals? Absolutely. Abandoned airplanes too! These 15 things to see and do in Bali are as special as ever.
“Where is Diocletian’s Palace?” visitors often ask when in Split, Croatia. Shopkeepers laughingly reply, “You’re in it!” The ruins of the 1,700-year-old palace are the heart of the inner city.