From midnight cycling to lakeside camping, Mumbai has plenty of options to offer those looking to skip the pub crawl in place of more adventurous nighttime activities.
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Siem Reap is a foodie’s playground with top-class restaurants serving up cuisine from all corners of the globe. There are also a few worthy spots scattered throughout Angkor Wat to keep up the energy levels while exploring the temples. Here are 10 of the best.
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Montreal has a long history as a cosmopolitan hub of culture and international trade, with a rich colonial history, and is the second largest French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. Montreal’s landmarks, museums, nightclubs, parks, shopping d...
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Benidorm may be better known for its British ‘bangers and mash’-style cafés and fried breakfasts than for quality dining options, but if you know where to look you’ll find a good variety of places to try, from elegant fine dining to classic Spanish f...
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While Frankfurt‘s looming skyscrapers are widely known to contain Germany’s business hub, the city also boasts an unbeatable art scene that deserves proper recognition. Whether you’re in Frankfurt for business or pleasure, don’t underestimate the cultural possibilities in store for you: the city is pulsing with creative vitality, offering travelers a range of great galleries specializing in both contemporary and classic art.
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The Canary Islands lie approximately 100 kilometres from the south coast of Morocco. An archipelago of seven main islands, they may be part of Spain, but seem to have more in common with the Caribbean due to their laid-back vibe, island time and stunning beaches. Many of the Canary Islands have been awarded UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status because of their unique volcanic landscapes and national parks. Here’s our guide to island hopping between them.
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Mumbai’s many cultural offerings can be difficult for visitors to navigate by themselves, which is why choosing one of the city’s trusted guided tours can be a good idea. Earlier, we brought you a list of the city’s finest food tours. Now, we have ro...
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Wondering where the best rooftop bars are in Pattaya? You’ve come to the right place. Here are our top eight picks for you to check out while you’re in town. Read More: https://theculturetrip.com/asia/thailand/articles/the-8-best-rooftop-bars-in-pat...
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While Atlanta is known for its rich history, amazing music legacy and world-class dining, it’s not exactly known for its fashion scene. But that doesn’t mean fashion in Atlanta is lacking. It’s actually quite the opposite. Atlanta is bustling with fashion bloggers and insiders. From luxury shopping to vintage and consignment stores, here is a guide for fashionistas in Atlanta.
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In a city as crowded with cafés as Malaga, you have to do something a bit special to stand out from the crowd. So whether you serve your coffee from a stall in one of the city’s most exciting new covered markets or to customers relaxing underneath ar...
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Located in the south of Thailand, Phuket is the largest and arguably the most fun of all the Thai islands. Phuket has it all: a large number of entertainment options, top-class shopping venues and some of the most gorgeous beaches in the whole countr...
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Unlike most Thai islands, Phuket’s sheer size means there are a number of wildly different towns that make up the island, each with their own experiences and vibe. Picking where to stay can be a tough decision, so here’s a little more about Phuket’s top towns to help you decide.
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Home to Angkor Archaeological Park, it comes as little surprise that ancient temples feature heavily in Siem Reap’s best archeological highlights. However, more modern designs can be enjoyed in the city centre, from modernist creations to restored tr...
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There’s something about summer nights that make us want to drink closer to the sky. Luckily, rooftop bar season in Atlanta isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Whether you’re sitting two stories high or drinking atop an Atlanta landmark, these rooftop ba...
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Jumping off the tourist carousel is often the best way to get to know a place. Here are the best non-touristy things to do in Malaga, from discovering the city’s edgy street art scene to hanging out with wolves during a full moon.
As Frankfurt has the reputation of being a concrete jungle, travelers are invariably pleasantly surprised when they realize how green the city actually is. Apart from numerous tree-lined boulevards, Frankfurt is punctuated with lush green parks and g...
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Hanoi, the beautiful cultural capital of Vietnam, has many things to see and do. A few days in the city doesn’t do justice, but luckily, most attractions are located within walking distance of one another. You can easily map out an itinerary for your...
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Known as the Venice of America, Fort Lauderdale, with its meandering canals, lakes, and beaches, has its share of diverse neighborhoods. From quiet family-oriented ones to cosmopolitan areas with a bustling nightlife to laid-back beach vibes, check out the coolest neighborhoods in the city.
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Visiting St Petersburg, you won’t be short of palaces and churches to visit. It’s quite literally overwhelming. If it all just doesn’t fit on the itinerary, you’ll need to pick and choose. All of them deserve attention, be it for their art collection...
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Lima’s international airport is a sure stop-over for those who visit Peru just for Machu Picchu. But like most of the world’s capitals, Lima is a modern city that has lots of attractions to offer those who stay for at least one day. If that’s you, make sure to leave the airport and spend 24 hours in a diverse city full of culture and history.