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Mini Guide to Japan

Often called “The Land of Rising Sun,” Japan is an island nation located in the Pacific Ocean. It’s actually an archipelago consisting of 6,852 islands, with the biggest ones being Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido, and Honshu. It’s nowadays a great international power with advanced technologies and modern trends, and yet, visitors can still explore its incredible past filled with temples and shrines.

Power Walk: The Most Walkable Cities in the World

Today on Travelversed, we’re going to explore the most interesting, feet-friendly destinations that will no doubt satisfy your vagabond shoes. So, lace up your runners, fill up your water bottle, and get ready to immerse yourself in the most walkable cities on the planet.

Cultured Palate: Dishes from the Pacific Northwest

If you’ve ever heard people discuss the cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, they talk lovingly of ingredients rather than specific dishes. That’s because the food of the Cascadia region is focused on fresh ingredients from land and sea.

Light the Way: The Most Beautiful Lighthouses

For some reason, lighthouses are special. Whether it’s their picturesque coastline, the romantic symbolism, or their practical function, the lighthouses of the world have been attracting wayward wanderers for centuries. They’ve come a long way, too. Lighthouses predate defined ports by centuries. The first known lighthouse, built in 285 BC, sat on an island off the coast of Alexandria in Egypt.

Cultured Palate: Dishes from Ethiopia

It’s never been easier to get hooked on Ethiopian food — and the spicy, primarily vegan cuisine of this small country is spreading rapidly around the world thanks to its vibrant flavors and special home cooked delicacies.

Animal Paradise: The Best Hotels for Animal Lovers

If you’re an animal lover, chances are you can’t go a single week without a cuddle from a furry friend. While going on vacation with your pet may not be for everyone, for some people, it’s the best option. There are plenty of hotels that cater to animals, but there are also tons of hotels that offer a variety of animal activities on the premises. Learn to hunt with hawks, play polo, or just hang out with a loving animal.

Cultured Palate: Dishes from the American Southeast

Southern cooking is one of the most popular and internationally beloved U.S. cuisines. It’s famous for its indulgence and its delicious ingredients that draw on the South’s many regional cultures.

The Most Unique Airports in the World

If you’re an airport nerd or just searching for your next adventure, look no further — we’ve found you the world’s most unique airports. They’re some of the most unusual in the world, and serve as an absolutely integral hub for both the local community and tourists. Often, they’re located on remote islands, or in the mountains, and require an incredibly skilled pilot to safely land the plane.

Cultured Palate: Dishes from Cuba

For decades, Americans and Cubans have been separated by government restrictions. Yet newly porous borders are giving tourists the chance to explore Cuba’s cuisine and traditions for the first time.

Minimal Space, Maximum Comfort: The Smallest Hotels in the World

Most people believe that “bigger is better” and this can often ring true when it comes to hotel rooms. Still, is so much space needed while travelling? Whether you are on business or a holiday, most people don’t spend all that much time in their hotel room while away. Size doesn’t always matter when it comes to hotel rooms. Sometimes ambience, experience, some comfort, simple amenities, and just a bed are all you need.