13 Unique Experiences You Could Have on Your Next Trip

Every time you turn around, some development company is building a new luxury hotel or resort, trying to attract guests with a range of new and unique amenities. If you travel often, chances are you’ve seen every amenity under the sun, and still want more.

If you’re feeling like your normal vacations are getting a bit ho-hum, check out some of these unique experiences that you can have on your next trip instead. These options go way beyond a cooking class or a guided walking tour – they’re exhilarating and will bring you closer to the local community in a whole new way.

13. Check Yourself into the Heartbreak Hotel

Die Liebeskümmerer is the perfect destination for the newly single. It’s a boutique hotel located in the Allgäu region of Germany which offers retreats for the heartbroken. While you’re there, you have full access to their spa facilities, as well as the ability to consult with their resident staff of therapists, nutritionists, and doctors, who can help you get back on your feet.

They usually have space for 6-8 people at once so everyone has the benefit of company and a sense of community. If you’re interested, you’ll have to book in advance. It costs between $410-450 per night.

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