After a year of lockdowns and restrictions, it’s clear that travel is more than just a ‘nice to have’; it’s an essential part of life for many. Now, as vacations and getaways become less of a dream and more of a possibility, travellers can finally shift from wanderlust – the longing to travel – to wandermust, the insatiable need to travel.
Make your next trip an educational one! If you are someone who just loves history, then you are probably aware that it goes hand in hand with travel. History helps us understand the past, while travel connects that past to the present. We become educated in the diverse cultures and ways of life. We learn about how our lives are intertwined and how we can impact one another. From confederate hospitals in North Carolina to the towering castles and cobblestone alleyways of Bermuda, we invite everyone to travel back in time. Below are some historic destinations—some popular, some lesser-known—that all history enthusiasts should add to their bucket list
For those who love to travel, Independence Day delivers some of the best sights, sounds, and stops of the year. And, while the East Coast is rich with “independence” sites, there are also a plethora of significant museums, attractions, activities, and fireworks displays throughout the country that represent the United States and its independent, bold spirit.
With California set to fully reopen by mid-June and the majority of Americans ready to hit the road and explore, Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau has compiled a list of must-discover routes and corresponding not-to-miss local dishes and signature beverages throughout the breathtaking California central coast destination. After a long year of staying close […]