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The Azores are a volcanic archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean. Belonging to their mother country, Portugal, the islands are not well known, and for that reason, it has never been a major vacation destination for the North American market. However, that’s all changing now.
River cruising has quickly become a top choice for the savvy traveler. If you are considering voyaging out on this type of trip, we’ve rounded up six reasons below why we think a river cruise should be your next vacation.
The small island of Iceland is a unique and often mysterious vacation destination. Here, you will find an array of sights and experiences that will bring you on an adventure leaving you in awe. Full of history, mystery, and natural wonders--the island is the perfect place to get away from the world that you know.
Tenerife is well-known for its beautiful shores, perfect year-round climate, and plethora of activities for everyone. It’s also famous for having more 5-star hotels than Madrid and Barcelona. As the Spanish islands begin to bring in more tourists, Tenerife hotels are expanding and spending money on renovations and hotel additions.
Are you tired of the same old New Year’s Eve celebrations, watching the Times Square Ball drop on TV as you count down the seconds until the champagne bottles pop? This is exactly why you should experience New Years in Tenerife! From old island traditions to lively nightclubs, we’ll countdown the reasons why you should end (and begin) your year on the Canary Islands.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a family excursion, or an adventure with friends, Playa de las Américas is the spot that has it all.
What is Playa de las Américas?
If you’re tired of traditional cruises and beach getaways, look no further than the Azores for a trip that will introduce you to a whole new type of vacation destination.
The Danube is the second longest river in Europe but trails no other when it comes to riverside destinations. Flowing through and past 10 countries, the river travels from the west coast of Germany and pours out into the Black Sea just east of Romania, touching a handful of popular tourist cities along the way.
The plane tickets have been paid for, the hotel room has been booked, and the only thing left to do is enjoy your vacation. Then it hits you: What if the flight gets cancelled? What if the kids get sick while we are there? What will happen?
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