Autumn in Lago di Saoseo, a stunning alpine lake in the Poschiavo Valley of Switzerland, is a magical experience. The season transforms the surrounding landscape into a picturesque tapestry of vibrant colors. The dense forests that encircle the lake burst into a riot of reds, yellows, and oranges as the leaves change, creating a breathtaking contrast against the crystal-clear, emerald waters of the lake. The cool, crisp air of autumn adds to the tranquility of the scene, making it an ideal time for peaceful hikes and nature appreciation. It`s a time when the natural beauty of Lago di Saoseo truly shines, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike.
Whether you’ve been a diehard motorsports fan for years, or became obsessed more recently, this Vegas race is an unmissable event on U.S. soil. We’ve compiled this quick and definitive travel guide to Las Vegas for race fans, so you can maximize the glamour and excitement without missing a second of the action. The best way to watch is with The Venetian Resort’s exclusive suite and ticket package, which includes three nights at the resort, plus up to four tickets to the competition. 🏁 Link in bio to get the full guide!...
Zhangjiajie, located in China`s Hunan province, is a stunning national park known for its towering sandstone pillars, deep ravines, and lush forests. It gained international fame as the inspiration for James Cameron`s "Avatar." The park`s surreal and otherworldly landscape, particularly the "Southern Sky Column" (renamed "Avatar Hallelujah Mountain"), served as the muse for the film`s floating mountains and lush forests. Zhangjiajie remains a popular destination for travelers seeking to witness the real-world beauty that inspired the cinematic masterpiece.
The scent of crisp, autumn air fills the atmosphere of this picturesque region in southern Germany. Allgäu turns into a patchwork of fiery reds, golden yellows, and rustic browns as the leaves change color.
Host of our very own podcast, The Trip That Changed Me, and this week’s Travel That Matters guest, Esme Benjamin (@esmebenjamin), tells us about her year-in-the-making five-month-long road trip across the United States.
On the podcast, Esme starts by telling us the things that happened in her life that led her to take this life-altering adventure. Then, we hear about her path through the following incredible places: Black Hills & Badlands (South Dakota), Glacier National Park and Bozeman (Montana), Cody (Wyoming), Boulder, Rocky Mountain National Park, Gateway Canyons Resort and Spa (Colorado), Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon, and the Grand Canyon (Arizona), Indiana Dunes National Park (Indiana), San Francisco and Los Angeles (California), and more!
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In the latest episode of our podcast, TV writer Kristin Newman (How I Met Your Mother, That 70`s Show, Only Murders in the Building) shares two very different trips to Argentina. The first, a two-month stint in which she attempted to live like a local, fell in love, and decided to commit the next decade of her life to travel instead of marriage and babies (the theme of her memoir What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding). Eighteen years later, she returned to Argentina to shoot a TV show based on her memoir, this time with her family in tow.
Lake Kawaguchi in autumn is a masterpiece of colors. The leaves around the lake and the reflection of Mount Fuji create a mesmerizing scene. It`s cool and peaceful, perfect for leisurely walks and boat rides. Don`t miss the local cuisine and hot springs for a truly relaxing getaway.
Hong Kong is known for its stunning juxtaposition of natural and urban beauty. With its iconic skyline of towering skyscrapers set against the backdrop of lush green hills and a picturesque harbor, it offers a unique blend of modernity and nature. The city`s vibrant street markets, bustling harbor, and cultural diversity add to its charm, making it a captivating destination for visitors from around the world.
In the latest episode of our podcast, comedy writer Blythe Roberson (@blythelikehappy) shares escapades from the USA road trip which inspired her memoir America the Beautiful? Blythe talks about quitting her cushy job on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to pursue this adventure, her desire to write a book that didn’t conform to the healing journey narrative of most female-authored travel memoirs, and how humans can reconcile our need to be in nature with the environmental impact of our collective presence.
Shibuya Sky is a skyscraper with a fantastic observation deck in Tokyo`s Shibuya district, offering stunning 360-degree city views, including the famous Shibuya Crossing. It`s a top spot for sightseeing and is easily accessible from Shibuya Station.
@epicuratevip is a platform for travelers to book private dinners prepared by some of the country’s most talented chefs. Clients can browse by destination, select a chef, customize the menu, add special requests, and book their experience seamlessly. Think of Epicurate as a chef’s table experience in your own vacation rental, giving you a front-row seat to the preparation of your personalized meal – not to mention access to the chef and their stories.
We sat down with Epicurate founder Max Porterkhamsy, a fine-dining chef, to discuss the ins and outs of the platform and why having a private chef cook for you and your loved ones is the most special food experience imaginable. Link in bio to learn more!...