Greece, the birthplace of democracy and the Olympic Games is a world-class destination with amazing culture, history, food and scenery.
Everyone should visit Greece and the Greek islands at least once as you will return a changed person by the beauty, hospitality, traditions and historical references you will encounter.
Greece has over 6,000 islands (not all are occupied), making it tough to decide which ones to include during your vacation.
But if you're only going to have time for a few, here are our Top 5 Greek Islands to Visit that offer a wide variety of luxury accommodations and many first-class beaches and activities:
A volcanic chain of islands located in the Pacific Ocean about 2000 miles from the mainland, Hawail is a dream destination for good reason. The islands offer stunning natural beauty, a rich culture, endless activities, and a relaxed vibe for visitors to enjoy. Hawaii is a fantastic group, family and couple vacation destination and never disappoints.
Visitors have their choice of visiting one or multiple islands all with a different feel and scenery.
Here are our top reasons to visit Hawaii:
1) No Passport, visas or currency exchange needed:
Hawaii was named our 50th state in 1959 making travel, living and working in this tropical paradise just the same as any other state in the mainland or Alaska (except you have to fly over water to get there).
But Hawaii is not like any other state on the mainland, the state’s lush islands, blue water, mountains, scenery and genuine aloha spirit of the natives will instantly put you in vacation mode and make you feel like you are in a different world.
Scotland is a beautiful country with a rich history, culture and friendly people. Scotland is a great family and couples vacation destination.
There are many amazing things to see and do in Scotland, from exploring its historic cities and castles to hiking in its stunning mountains and forests. Additionally, Scotland is famously known as the home of golf, bagpipes, whisky and Scotland's stunning scenery has been featured in many popular movies including the Harry Potter series.
Scotland is a great summer destination to escape the summer heat and enjoy cooler moderate weather. If you are one of the millions of Americans with Scottish descent, tracing your family's heritage and clan is also very popular. The best times to visit Scotland for weather are from May to September with August being the peak season for summer festivals.
Here are my top 10 recommendations for things to see and do for your Scotland itinerary:
Summer is here, and the heat is on!
You deserve a great summer vacation with cooler weather, free from scorching heat waves and record temperatures.
From beach vacations, mountain vacations and city vacations, we are sharing our best summer destinations for "cool and refreshing family fun" to beat the heat and chill.
Featuring hiking, water sports, fishing, national parks, beaches, and cruising these summer destinations are perfect for family and couple vacations and will not disappoint.
Break out your red, white, and blue and prepare to celebrate. Every 4th of July, Americans celebrate their Independence Day and it is our the largest annual party across the nation.
Fun Fact: even more than St. Patrick’s day, Cinco de Mayo, Christmas and Thanksgiving, more beer is consumed on the Fourth of July every year. It is also the most popular U.S. holiday for grilling and barbecue so shop early for your beer and meat.
Most towns and cities across America hold civic parades, festivals and celebrations and many families also have their own traditions. However, 4th of July is also one of the busiest travel holidays of the year and planning an annual trip to see and experience how large cities and destinations celebrate is an awesome and inspiring family vacation.
Here is the list of the top 10 Fireworks displays in the USA not to miss...
No visit to Dublin is complete without stopping in a traditional Irish pub for a pint, food and music. Dublin is known for its pub scene and is a popular destination for visitors who want to experience the Irish pub culture.
A pub, also known as a "Public House", for centuries has been known as the living room of the Irish. There are many pubs in Dublin that offer different experiences, from historic to modern, from literary to musical, from craft beer to Irish whiskey.
Here are our Top 10 Pubs to visit in Dublin and a visit to any of them will not disppoint.
London, originally founded by the Romans is the capitol and largest city of the United Kingdom continues to be of the world's greatest cities for over 2000 years.
London is one of the world's most significant financial, theater, arts and cultural capitols and has withstood plagues, devasting fires, civil war, aerial bombardment, terrorist attacks and riots.
London is an unmissable city to visit once or many times over with lots of distinct neighborhoods and world leading arts, entertainment and attractions. Best thing about visiting London is that many of the iconic sights are easily seen within walking distance of each other in the central core making it easier to see its top hits.
Here are our top ten London attractions that can be easily visited on your next trip to London.
Greece is a food lover’s paradise with a rich culinary history that dates back thousands of years. With a Mediterranean climate and fertile land, Greek Gastronomy features a variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, wine, meats, and seafood. During your Greece tour, visit or holiday you’ll have ample opportunities sample Greek olive oil, which is one of the oldest ingredients in Greek cooking.
Each region and Greek island feature local delicacies to try but here is our guide to the top 15 must-try dishes and drinks on your next Greece Vacation.
The Gift of Travel is one of the best investments you can make for yourself and others.
Nothing says I love you more than sharing an incredible experience together in a movie-set style, legendary location.
Travel has a great shelf life when you factor in the pre-trip anticipation and planning, actual time on vacation and forever memories. Our world is changing daily so visit the famous locations on your list while you can as they may be gone forever. Best of all, travel is open now with no supply-chain issues and offers immediate satisfaction.
Check out our 6 reasons to Give the Gift of Travel.
Hooray and Cheers! Thanks to an approximately 90% adult vaccination rate and low daily COVID19 infection rate, Ireland's Prime Minister announced plans to drop most of their COVID restrictions as of October 19, 2021. After a series of phased easing of restrictions, there will no longer be requirements for physical distancing or wearing a mask while either indoors or outdoors beginning October 22, 2021.
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