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!
“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 beating heart of the Old Town.
A mask museum? Botanical gardens? Magical rooftop bars? Visit San Miguel de Allende for more than just art galleries and colonial architecture.
Simply wandering the colorful cobblestone streets is one of the best things to do in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. The fortified old city is only some seven square blocks, so it’s easy to see in a day.
Some of the fascinating things to do in exotic Stone Town, Zanzibar? Weep at a haunting old slave market. Learn about sultans at the Palace Museum. And go on a sunset dhow cruise.
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.
Gazing up at the jaw-dropping monuments in ancient Petra – your feet sinking into soft red sand – you’ll be amazed by the genius of its Nabatean builders. They chiseled a whole city of tombs and houses out of pink rock.
The best thing to do in Dubrovnik? Walk on top of the medieval city walls. Gaze down on one side at churches, palaces and carved fountains, all crammed together with apartments and cafes. On the other side, gawk at the turquoise sea.
Best daytrip in Stockholm? Take a century-old steamer across Lake Malaren to visit Drottningholm Palace on the “Queen’s Island.” (Don’t miss the “confidence” dining room.)