Need a Break? Here Are the 11 Most Relaxing Cities in the World

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Bondi, Australia

The small city of Bondi is home to numerous beaches that can all be accessed via the Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Trail. Delicious cafes are scattered throughout the city, providing some of the best brunch you can imagine and a perfect spot to rest. You don’t even have to wear shoes if you don’t want to – many of the locals don’t!

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Chefchaouen, Morocco

Also known as The Blue Pearl, this city is famous for its beautifully blue painted doors and walls. The calming color is sure to relax you as you stroll through the city’s gorgeous craft market full of handcrafted blankets, soft leathers and colorful dyes. At the edge of the market you can gaze upon the restful Rif Mountains as you enjoy a soothing cup of fresh mint tea.



Picture Perfect Places to Say “I Do”

Your wedding day should be memorable, as it’s the day you’ve probably been thinking of for years. Getting married abroad is perhaps the best way to ensure that your wedding is perfect, free of the distractions that come with a local wedding. And afterward, the location you pick will hold a special place in your heart.

The Best Warm-Weather Destinations for a Winter Vacation in the United States

There are plenty of warm-weather destinations in the county – some that are popular with tourists and are routinely full, and others that are wildly underrated and don’t attract the same kind of attention. Whether you’re looking for a beach vacation, an outdoor adventure, or a city that’s known for its nightlife, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are some of our favorite warm-weather destinations for a winter vacation within the United States.

Mini Guide to Iceland

Iceland is a Nordic island country located in the Arctic Circle. It has a population of nearly 350,000 citizens; however, roughly two-thirds of them live in Reykjavik, the capital, and its surroundings. The country is famous for its geothermal and volcanic activity, which throughout thousands of years created a somewhat otherworldly landscape. Travelers also flock to Iceland to see the incredible Northern Lights and learn about its Viking inhabitants, who settled there in 874 AD.