I’ll tell you right off the bat, I don’t know this guy, but I love his stories. This “Mystery Traveler”, as I have dubbed him, began submitting the most fantastic articles (minus titles and pictures) to Travel Fave. From his amazing stories and verified descriptions of destinations, I gathered
No matter where you are in the Czech Republic’s Prague, history seems to follow you. Whether you’re crossing one of the city’s beautiful bridges, shopping in a historic market or searching for street art, everything in Prague has a story to tell. I love that Prague is a city reborn
If you want to take a break in warm white, sandy beaches, think Zanzibar. Zanzibar is an island in the Indian Ocean, located about 25 to 30 miles from the coast of Tanzania. White Sands of Zanzibar by Matt Price (Via Flickr) Dhows at Nungwi Beach - Zanzibar by TravelingOtter (via Flickr)
Hello Buenos Aires!
The vibrancy with which los porteños, the locals of Buenos Aires, live their lives and the strong European influence mixed with South American tradition make this Argentinian capital unlike any place in the world. Just one look at the gorgeous sunset over the Palace of the National Congress
Exciting Cancun After Spring Break
"On the Ground" Interviews with Michele
Cancun is definitely a hotbed of excitement during spring break, but just because spring break ends, doesn't mean Cancun becomes sedate. No sir. I caught up with Barbara K., a passionate traveler like you and me, and she has some awesome recommendations
Insa-dong, one of Seoul’s must-see spots, offers a glimpse into the city’s past. Be prepared to discover countless gems hidden in the alleyways. It’s where traditional tea houses, old fashioned calligraphy shops, and modern art galleries coexist.
Originally a European concept, specifically originating in Germany in 1912, hostels, like the one featured above of Barnacles Hostel in Galway (Bongo Night by Barnacles Hostel via Flickr), have become an alternative for anyone yearning to escape the boundaries of expensive hotel nights. The search for cheap yet, actually good hotels
Tea originated in China over 5000 years ago, and subsequently spread all over the world. Today, it is one of the most popular beverages globally. For me, when I’m drinking really good tea, I’m in heaven; I can’t get enough of the good stuff. While many companies sell tea (or
Moroccan food is an exciting and exotic blend of spices and rich textures. As in the culture, tradition, and architecture, the food of this nation is also vastly influenced by various civilizations. The food of Morocco is a mix of Arabic, Berber, Mediterranean, as well as Andalusian and there is
If you are interested in seeing some of the world's great libraries, you can find two of the top picks in England. If you start early, you can tour both of these spectacular literary temples in a single day. In terms of historical significance, stunning architecture, and all around great