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A pleasant town on the Gulf of Finland with wooden buildings and interesting markets, Vaasa (225 mi/365 km northwest of Helsinki) is the terminus of the northernmost year-round car ferry (the ferries ply a route to Sweden). It is the venue for the international Vaasa Choir Festival in May. In town t...


Overview Introduction Located on the Mississippi, 45 mi/70 km west of New Orleans, Vacherie and the surrounding area is rich in plantations and antebellum homes. Plantation tours are the main attraction, where tour guides draw on the diaries of the former Creole owners and emphasize the activitie...


The name of Vaduz is Rhaeto-Romanic and means "sweet valley." Liechtenstein's capital and principal city, Vaduz (pronounced fa-DOOTDZ ), is situated in a splendid valley at the base of the Alps. It won't take long to take it all in, and it's impossible to get lost—the commercial streets form a loop...


Most visitors flock to Vail during one season (winter) for one thing (snow sports), and with good reason. The largest single-mountain ski resort in North America—with annual snowfall of up to 30 ft/9 m of light, dry powder—boasts a whopping 5,317 acres/2,141 hectares of terrain with 31 high-speed l...

Vaitupu Island

Overview Introduction This beautiful island is completely surrounded by a coral reef and has a lagoon in the center. It's the most Westernized island after Funafuti, having hosted European traders and missionaries for more than a century. In 1946, the Vaitupu people purchased Kioa Island, in Fiji...

Valais Area

The canton of Valais is Switzerland's third-largest, stretching from the southern shore of Lake Geneva south along the border with France and east along the border with Italy for half the length of the country (although Montreux and Vevey are not in Valais, they're close enough that some tours lump ...

Valdes Peninsula

The Valdes Peninsula, 665 mi/1,070 km southwest of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a marine-life preserve for sea elephants, sea lions, maras (huge rabbits), Magellanic penguins (best seen October-April on Punta Tombo), rheas (ostrichlike birds) and other animals, as well as whales and migratory birds...


Valdez (pronounced val-DEEZ ) is at the southern end of the 800-mi/1,300-km engineering wonder known as the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline. The pipeline sends Alaska North Slope crude oil from the Beaufort Sea to Valdez's ice-free, deepwater port for shipment. That oil made Valdez rich. But it also pu...


Valencia, Spain, located 190 mi/300 km east of Madrid, is famous for food and revelry. It's the home of paella and two festivals: Las Fallas, a fiesta in March that climaxes with the burning of hundreds of enormous papier-mache ninots (huge effigies) during the final week, and La Tomatina, a festi...


Overview Introduction This large city has lovely parks and green spaces. It is commonly believed (by Venezuelans at least) to be the home of the country's most beautiful women as well. But as the country's manufacturing center, it's geared far more toward business travelers than tourists. Valenci...


Valentine, Nebraska, is situated in the north-central region of the state, 300 mi/485 km north of North Platte. The Valentine area is home to the Sand Hills, the largest stabilized sand-dune formation in the Western Hemisphere. Recognizing the Sand Hills as dunes isn't easy, because they are covered...


Valladolid, Spain, the city where Ferdinand married Isabella and where Columbus died, is rather prosaically set in the middle of a dusty plateau on the Pisuerga River. Lying 100 mi/160 km northwest of Madrid, much of Valladolid is modern, but it deserves a visit for the National Sculpture Museum. Ou...


Valletta is Malta's delightful capital city and a World Heritage site. During a visit in 1830, British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli described Valletta as "a city of palaces built by gentlemen, for gentlemen." Indeed, what better place to construct lavish buildings and store valuable objects tha...

Valley Forge

Located 24 mi/39 km northwest of Philadelphia, Valley Forge is famous for the pivotal events that took place there during the Revolutionary War. The Valley Forge National Historical Park commemorates the site of General Washington's winter encampment (1777-78) with the Continental Army. No battles ...

Valley Of The Roses

Roses dominate both the scenery and local commerce in this region, which stretches for nearly 56 mi/90 km between Kazanlak and Klissura in the central Balkan Mountains, beginning 68 mi/110 km east of Sofia at Klissura. Plovdiv is almost directly south of Klissura, 58 mi/92 km away. Area villages n...

Valley of the Ten Peaks

Crowned by 10 majestic peaks, this valley in Banff National Park is a hiker's delight. In the summertime, trails wind through alpine meadows filled with wildflowers; in the fall, the yellow leaves of the larch trees dance in the breeze. At any time of the year, the area offers breathtaking views of ...


Founded in 1536, 75 mi/120 km northwest of Santiago, the picturesque port city of Valparaiso, Chile, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site for its distinctively spontaneous hills' neighborhoods and their vernacular architecture, including more than a dozen ascensores (funicular cable cars) that ...


The town of Van, Turkey, lies in a beautiful, stark setting near the eastern shore of huge (2,000-sq-mi/6,000-sq-km) saltwater Lake Van, about 625 mi/1,005 km southeast of Ankara. Transportation links are good, despite the remote setting: Van can be reached by air, rail or bus. The primary reason ...


Vancouver, British Columbia, is known as Canada's emerald jewel for its lush rain forests. On a clear day, from downtown you can see the Strait of Georgia's blue-green waters, glacial fjords, islands, and mountains with snow caps and dense forests. The city is home to people from all over the wor...


Don't confuse this Washington city in the far-southwest corner of the state 165 mi/265 km south of Seattle with the much larger Vancouver, British Columbia, or with Canada's Vancouver Island, both of which are just north of the U.S.-Canadian border. Washington state's Vancouver is home to Fort Vanc...

Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island, a huge (12,410 sq mi/32,140 sq km) island off the southwest coast of British Columbia, 40 mi/65 km west of the city of Vancouver, is said to be the top island destination in North America. Simply stated, it's beautiful. Home to the provincial capital, Victoria, the island is a mix ...

Vang Vieng

A four-hour car ride (or six-hour bus ride) north from Vientiane, this town is a center for karstic geologic formations. Nearly vertical limestone cliffs and spires jut up from the floor of a bucolic river valley that lies about 100 mi/160 km north of the capital. The setting is stunning, but despit...

Vanua Levu Island

The second-largest Fiji island, Vanua Levu (40 mi/65 km northeast of Viti Levu) offers coconut plantations, striking mountains and bays, tropical foliage, great diving and total relaxation. It's divided ecologically and ethnically into two sections—the hot, dry, cane-planting Indian section to the ...


As South Pacific paradises go, Vanuatu is neither predictable nor placid. This Y-shaped archipelago of small islands, located directly over the Pacific Ring of Fire, has live volcanoes and daring vine jumpers, and it happens to be located in a cyclone corridor. It also has an extraordinary collectio...

Varadero Beach

Fidel Castro stated that tourism would save socialism, and his vision is best represented by Varadero Beach, Cuba. This magnificent stretch of sand is 12 mi/19 km long and just 75 mi/120 km east of Havana. It spreads out on a peninsula on the northeastern coast and is both the best-known and most de...


Whether you like it or not, Varanasi, India, is guaranteed to make an impression. Located 415 mi/670 km southeast of Delhi, the city (formerly known as Benares) is the holiest site in India and one of the most ancient in the world. Thousands of Hindu pilgrims tour its temples and bathe in the Ganges...


Overview Introduction Located close to Slovenia and 50 mi/80 km north of Zagreb, Varazdin, Croatia, is a lovely town that contains baroque buildings, including the 15th-century Church of St. John the Baptist. It is also worth visiting to see the Stari Grad, which is a 14th-century castle that now...


Climbing up a rock at the foot of a mountain 12 mi/20 km north of Lecco on the eastern shore of Lake Como, Varenna is often called the Pearl of Lake Como. Car ferries from Menaggio and Bellagio dock at Olivedo. From there, a scenic walkway called Passarella leads to Piazza San Giorgio, the main sq...


Situated on the Black Sea in eastern Bulgaria, Varna is 273 mi/440 km of Sofia, an eight-hour train ride or six- to seven-hour road trip. Varna is Bulgaria's third-largest city and the country's largest city on the Black Sea coast. Sites to see there include a ruined Roman citadel, two Roman baths...

Vatican City

Vatican City, Italy, is an independent city-state, surrounded by Rome, and the ecclesiastical home of Roman Catholicism. It is bordered by the Tiber River on the east and stretches west (about 3,935 ft/1,200 m long and 2,625 ft/800 m at its widest point). The first building seen from St. Peter's ...

Vava'u Island

This uplifted coral island is spectacularly beautiful and hilly—more typical of South Pacific islands than Tongatapu. Accommodations are not luxurious, but it's rewarding for those who want to see the real South Pacific. While there, shop at the local market, meet the people, lie on the beaches, re...


Located in the Saleska valley, 52 mi/84 km northeast of Ljubljana, Velenje, Slovenia, is the economic and administrative hub of the region. It's worth visiting to see the unique Mining Museum of Slovenia, which received an award from the European Museum Forum. There you can take a one-and-a-half-hou...


Venezuela is in the news a lot these days for its widespread poverty; food and health care shortage; and economic and political instability. Most governments are recommending their residents be cautious when traveling there because of the volatile political situation and lack of security in the big ...


Venice, Italy, is romance: a bridge arching over a canal, a gondola gliding by, the moon reflecting off water. Venice is history: the Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace), Piazza San Marco, the Grand Canal, great art and great museums. Venice is modern: the headline names and paparazzi of the Venice Film...


Overview Introduction Halfway between Baucau and Viqueque, Venilale is the birthplace of Jose Ramos-Horta—author and winner of the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to bring a peaceful end to the conflict in East Timor. It is famed for its convent, cathedral and colorful Escola de Reino de ...


Ventspils, 117 mi/188 km northwest of Riga, is Latvia's largest harbor for crude oil exports and still has a bleak image as an industrial town. Its renovated old center, however, is charming. A stroll along the old warehouse street Ostas, which is now a pretty harbor promenade, is a favorite of ...


Located on the Gulf of Mexico and 265 mi/425 km east of Mexico City, Veracruz is a good place to go for Caribbean atmosphere (marimba music echoes through the streets at night), colonial architecture (though, as a port, the city has its share of ugly container facilities) and good seafood. The bea...


Verdun, France, has an impressive cathedral, but its name resonates because of the bloody trench warfare fought around the town during World War I. More than a million men—French and German—perished in the 1916-17 battles in this area 70 mi/110 km northwest of Nancy. Area sights include the Town...


Home to the University of South Dakota, this town in the far southeast corner of the state, 62 mi/99 km south of Sioux Falls, gets its name from the deep-red clay found along the Vermillion River. Though they lie about 95 mi/152 km away, Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge and Karl E. Mundt Nation...


Vermont, the Green Mountain State, has a strong independent streak. When the rest of the U.S. first banded together, Vermont chose to go it alone and remained an independent nation for 14 years before joining the Union as the 14th state. The state's constitution, first drafted in 1777, was the world...


Settled in 1878, Vernal sits in the northeast part of Utah, 170 mi/275 km east of Salt Lake City, in the midst of the state's "Dinosaurland" region. The No. 1 dino attraction is Dinosaur National Monument, which lies 10 mi/16 km east of town and extends into Colorado. It's one of the richest collect...


A gem in the crown of Cinque Terre, Vernazza has a story dating back to the middle ages. The first lords of the town were the Obertenghi family, and later the Genoa Republic used it as a naval base. Over the years, the town's residents fought pirates and built fortified walls to defend themselves ag...


Located in the northern part of the state near the New York state border, 40 mi/65 km northwest of Newark, the Vernon area is the ski capital of New Jersey. Its main resort, Mountain Creek, offers about 50 trails. These slopes may not seem impressive compared with New England or the western U.S., bu...


Located about 100 mi/165 km east of Milan and 75 mi/120 km west of Venice, Verona, Italy, is nestled along the banks of the Adige River, a short drive from the Valpolicella wine region. It is the setting for Shakespeare's plays Romeo and Juliet and The Two Gentleman of Verona . A commercial and ...


Often imitated but never equaled, the ornate palace of King Louis XIV (the "Sun King") is a feast for the eyes and resonates with history. Within magnificent halls of Versailles, empires were founded, kingdoms collapsed and a world war ended. The palace, known throughout the world as the epitome o...


Overview Introduction The hilltop village of Vezelay was home to relics of Mary Magdalene during the 12th century, and as such, it has become an important pilgrimage destination along the Saint-Jacques de Compostelle pilgrimage path. Climbing the hill toward the town's 11th-century basilica is an...

Viana do Castelo

A 16th-century fishing village near Spanish Galicia, Viana do Castelo, Portugal, is located 45 mi/70 km north of Porto. It is known for its medieval buildings, the stunning interior of the Igreja de Misericordia, rich folklore and impressive contemporary architecture. Climb to the top of Monte de ...


However you approach Vianden, Luxembourg, the sight of the castle will surprise and delight you. Located on the Our River, 30 mi/48 km northeast of Luxembourg City, this town's well-restored medieval castle has a nice display of antique weaponry and armor, furniture and tapestries. Vianden is also ...


About midway between Padova and Verona and 43 mi/70 km west of Venice, Vicenza, Italy, has much-celebrated and often duplicated architecture by Andrea Palladio—it was his hometown in the 16th century. See the impressive Basilica in the Piazza dei Signori and other Palladian buildings along the Cor...


Vichy, 219 mi/353 km southeast of Paris, is famous for its spas and mineral water. The city is an old resort area with a casino. It's a pleasant place to relax for a few days. During World War II, however, the collaborationist government of Petain and Laval was based in Vichy, which has given the t...


This Mississippi River town is a study in contrasts. It is best known for its many fine Victorian and antebellum homes as well as for the Vicksburg National Military Park, a Civil War historic park. But it is also cashing in on the modern casino craze. Four casinos operate in the city. Vicksburg wa...


Although Victoria is in British Columbia, it feels more like England than Canada. The city was founded in the 1800s as a Hudson Bay Co. trading post and outpost of the British Empire, populated by settlers attracted to its mild climate. Historic Victoria boasts several grand buildings, lots of shop...


Overview Introduction Located on the south shore 23 mi/37 km southwest of Charlottetown, Victoria, Prince Edward Island, has become an artists' colony, but fortunately the artists haven't pushed out the traditional industry—fishing. Together, these two industries give the tiny village an eclectic...

Victoria Falls

One of the most stirring sights in Africa, the Victoria Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. It is where the mile-/kilometer-wide Zambezi River suddenly plunges 30 stories into the Bakota Gorge, at times spilling water at a volume of more than 2 mi...


The river port town of Vidin lies on the western banks of the Danube at the border with Romania. Vidin is about 124 mi/200 km north of Sofia. Vidin is the site of the very large and impressive medieval Baba Vida Castle Fortress, a museum, and several churches and mosques of interest. Just north...


Vienna today is robed in 18th-century charm and 19th-century grandeur. Its old-world ambience comes not only from its rich cultural traditions, but also from the history of its architecture. The Viennese invented the cafe society, and they continue to perfect the art of sophisticated relaxation. S...


Vienne, located on the Rhone River about 20 mi/30 km south of Lyon, was an important Roman capital and the site of many martyrdoms in the early Christian period. See the ruined Roman market and the Temple of Augustus and Livia (honoring Augustus Caesar and his wife). The annual Jazz a Vienne festi...


Vientiane, Laos' capital, is one of the most low-key, friendly capital cities in the world. With its tree-lined avenues and manageable traffic, Vientiane still retains an old-fashioned charm, despite its haphazard attempts at economic development. Though urbanization is slowly transforming it, th...

Vieques Island

Located about 7 mi/11 km off the east coast of Puerto Rico, Vieques Island (along with its smaller and even quieter neighbor, Culebra) has lovely, uncrowded, palm-lined beaches. Vieques Island has little commercial development compared to the main island, but it is a hot spot for Puerto Rico real ...


Once synonymous with tragedy and conflict, Vietnam is experiencing a rebirth. Now decades after the U.S. (and its Allies) pullout from South Vietnam, the country shows few remaining scars from that conflict or the protracted War of Independence from France that preceded it. Many historical sites ha...

Vieux Fort

Vieux Fort is set on St. Lucia's southern tip, 20 mi/32 km southeast of Castries. There's not much to see in the town itself, but the surrounding area offers some beautiful, long beaches (Anse de Sables may be the prettiest beach on the island), hotels and restaurants, the Maria Islands Nature Reser...


Vigo, the largest city in the Spanish community of Galicia, is both an important industrial center and a major fishing port whose sardine catches are exported to all corners of Europe. Although it provides the basis of the province's economy, the city is remarkably downbeat and relatively nontouri...


Overview Introduction Vik, Iceland, 120 mi/190 km southeast of Reykjavik, is near the Eldhraun lava fields and the beautiful sea-rock formations of Dyrholaey. You'll find fascinating needle rock formations and very active bird cliffs. (The campground and guest cabins at Vik are dramatically situa...

Vila do Conde

Vila Do Conde, Portugal, is located 20 mi/30 km north of Porto. The town has a wide beach with crashing waves, a cluster of good seafood restaurants, a pretty convent and a local craft tradition of lace woven in intricate patterns. Povoa de Varzim, a glitzy modern resort area with casino and shows...

Vila Velha

Overview Introduction The park of Vila Velha in southern Brazil has a beautiful crater lake called Lagoa Dourada (Golden Lagoon) and odd rock formations (some are 650 ft/200 m long and 1,970 ft/600 m wide) that—with the help of your imagination and a guide—appear to be carved in the shapes of peo...


Overview Introduction Vilanculos, 435 mi/700 km northeast of Maputo, is the jumping-off point for travelers bound for the Bazaruto Archipelago (separated from the mainland town by a narrow channel) by dhow or helicopter. Visitors may spend at least a day in the town waiting for the right winds to...


The inland resort town of Viljandi, 80 mi/130 km southeast of Tallinn, lies by a small lake and is surrounded by beautiful scenery. The ruins of a massive 13th-century castle are perched above the town on a hill. The suspension bridge over the castle's moat makes a nice stop for a photograph if you ...

Villa De Leyva

Villa De Leyva, Colombia, is the perfect example of a colonial town and is one of the most popular destinations for tourists. The town, located 110 mi/175 km northeast of Bogota and easily reached on the well-paved road to Tunja, has been declared a national monument. Every building is whitewashed a...

Villa Florida

Overview Introduction This town on the Tebicuary River is a fine base from which to go fishing for giant dorado and other fish (including the local piranha). 85 mi/135 km southeast of Asuncion.


Villahermosa, Mexico, has a reputation as a rather unattractive city, but that has changed to some degree. Oil money has been used to landscape a good part of the city into parks and river walks and to build modern hotels, restaurants and the glass-and-steel Tabasco 2000, a convention center, mall a...


Villany has emerged as one of Hungary's finest wine regions, producing mainly big, hearty reds. In the area known as the Hungarian Mediterranean, this small town has a charming center, lined with wine cellars for tasting the region's finest products. If you're visiting during the autumn harvest se...


Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, is one of the more charming fishing villages on the Riviera. It has remained relatively unspoiled considering that it serves as a port for cruise ships. A warren of tiny, medieval streets lined with shops, restaurants and art galleries as well as a 16th-century citade...


Vilnius, the 10th-century city that is the capital of Lithuania, exudes a warm charm. Visitor should start their tour on Castle Hill, where Gediminas' Tower offers a spectacular view of the city. It was there that Lithuania's yellow, green and red flag was raised in 1988 for the first time in decade...


Vilshofen, known as the Three River City, is a German town in the district of Passau. River cruises dock at a port located on the Danube River, not far from the town square. Be sure to see the Benedictine Abbey Schweiklberg as well as the church of St. John.

Vina del Mar

Just up the coast from Valparaiso, 75 mi/125 km northwest of Santiago, Vina del Mar, Chile, is a conventional seaside resort that's less interesting than its southern neighbor: Parts of it are shiny, slick and chic, offering golf, tennis, fine hotels, casinos, parks, shopping, nightlife and beaches ...


Dramatic physical formations await in the Valle de Vinales, which lies within three hours of the capital city via the Autopista. The valley (actually a series of valleys) comprises great gorges surrounded by soaring limestone formations called mogotes . Cuba's finest tobacco is grown in the valle...

Virgin Gorda

On Virgin Gorda, the hallmarks of a British Virgin Islands vacation—scenery, relaxation and the sea—become even more pronounced. You won't find a lot of activities on Virgin Gorda, but if you enjoy superb snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing and small-scale exclusive resorts, you'll be quite pleased. B...


History and travel often go hand in hand: Nearly every destination makes some effort to educate visitors about its past, whether by building museums or preserving historical sites and architecture. But few places—at least in the U.S.—can claim a historical legacy like that of Virginia. And few have ...

Virginia Beach

This major East Coast resort attracts college students and other travelers with a bustling boardwalk crowded with ice-cream shops, fast-food outlets, nightclubs and places to rent watersports equipment. There are good beaches north of town and thousands of hotel and motel rooms to suit every budget....

Virginia City

Overview Introduction To the southwest of Bozeman is Virginia City, once a booming gold-mining town and the territorial capital, now distinguished by its vast collection of restored and furnished buildings. They include theaters, hotels and the Vigilante Barn, which many think served as the headq...

Virginia City

This Victorian mining town was once considered the richest city in the world, the result of the Comstock Lode's enormous yields of gold and silver. Among the figures who passed through during its heyday was Mark Twain, who worked as a reporter (and first used his pseudonym) at the Territorial Enter...

Virunga National Park

When conditions are stable, this is a marvelous area with thermal/volcanic attractions and wild game. Right now, we don't recommend a visit. Located on the eastern border with Uganda, the park covers 4,633 sq mi/12,000 sq km and stretches from Lake Kivu to Lake Edward. It's one of the oldest parks o...


The farthest offshore of any of Croatia's Adriatic islands, Vis, located about 191 mi/308 km south of Zagreb, is also one of the most dramatic and unspoiled. The island was not open to tourists until 1989, as it was used as an outpost by the government of Communist Yugoslavia. Ferries leave from Sp...


Overview Introduction The city has a castle perched on a hilltop, with a lovely view of the meandering Danube. From May to mid-September, riverboats call at Visegrad several times a day (it's set on the east bank of the Danube). Or you can see it in several hours as a stopover while visiting Eszt...


Overview Introduction Known primarily as the birthplace and home of Marc Chagall (who left for Paris in 1922), 140 mi/225 km northeast of Minsk, Vitebsk (pop. 366,299) retains little that would be familiar to the artist. Originally a small village with wooden houses and a large number of Jewish r...

Viti Levu

Viti Levu, the largest island, is where most visitors spend their time. It is divided into three basic areas: around the city of Suva (on the east, the wettest and most humid side); near Nadi (west, the driest); and the Coral Coast (on the dry southwest side). Two main roadways on the island connec...


Viviers is a small walled town located in the south of France on the bank of the Rhone River. Enjoy a walking tour of the cobblestoned streets, and be sure to check out the Cathedral of Saint-Vincent, the oldest cathedral in France that is still in use. Location Cruises dock close to the town ...


Vladimir, Russia, 100 mi/170 km northeast of Moscow, once rivaled the country's capital for the predominance of central Russia, and was once the capital of northwestern Russia. That was before the Mongols invaded in 1238 and destroyed most of the city, killing most of its inhabitants. What remains...


The last stop on the Trans-Siberian Express and the so-called "last European city in Asia," Vladivostok, Russia, is 4,000 mi/6,400 km east of Moscow (5,772 mi/9,288 km by train) and set amid hills overlooking the Sea of Japan. For sightseeing, the town offers the Arsenev Regional Museum (natural-his...


Overview Introduction This dusty city has a beautiful setting on the Bay of Vlore, where the Adriatic flows into the Ionian Sea. The city itself doesn't have much to offer travelers, except for an interesting mosque and a large market. There is also a small museum where Albanian Independence was ...


Near Kilauea is the quiet, relaxing village of Volcano where accommodations—several bed-and-breakfast inns and lodges—are available. The town gets about 100 in/250 cm of rain each year, but the showers seldom last long. Volcano is not on the coast and isn't reminiscent of what one expects in terms o...

Volcanoes National Park

This park, 15 mi/25 km east of Gisenyi, protects the Rwandan portion of the spectacular Virunga Mountains, which straddle the borders with Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Virunga is not a mountain range in the normal sense of the word but rather a chain of isolated freestanding volc...


The city of Volgograd, Russia, on the western bank of the Volga River and 560 mi/900 km southeast of Moscow, was once known as Stalingrad, but it was renamed in the late 1950s when Stalin's policies were reassessed—less favorably—in official history books. It has been given the title "Hero City" bec...


A modern port city on the mainland of central Greece, Volos has a good archaeological museum (Paleolithic jewelry and painted tombstones) and a mountainous countryside. The cold air and pleasant forests of nearby Mount Pilion (mythical home of the centaurs) provide a welcome break from the summer ...


A distinct shadow of Etruscan past, Volterra is perched at an elevation of almost 2,000 ft/609 m. It was one of the original neolithic settlements in the area, dating back to the ninth century B.C. Its Duomo offers visitors the chance to see baroque paintings, terra-cotta nativity figures in th...


Vorarlberg is Austria's westernmost province (bordering on Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany and 280 mi/450 km west of Vienna) and is often overlooked by travelers. Narrow valleys mark the landscape: Passes are often closed in winter, and spring avalanches are notorious. The best introduction...


The small border town of Voru, 135 mi/255 km southeast of Tallinn, makes a good base for exploring the surrounding countryside. Hiking in the scenic Otepaa and Haanja highlands is a popular pastime, as is fishing in the nearby Verijarv and Neitsijarv lakes. Like the Black Forest of Germany, the hill...

Voyageurs National Park/International Falls

On the Canadian-U.S. border, International Falls is a major gateway to Canada and a resting spot for travelers heading to Voyageurs National Park. It is located 245 mi/395 km north of Minneapolis and St. Paul. While in International Falls, make time to visit the nearby Grand Mound Interpretive Cent...


One of the initial horrors of the Serb-Croatian war occurred in Vukovar. The city was the first known experiment in "ethnic cleansing" in the former Yugoslavia. Completely flattened by fighting between the advancing Yugoslav Federal Army and the defending Croatian militia, the city was reminiscent o...

Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve

Overview Introduction This large park runs along the low-lying border are with Zambia south of the Nyika Plateau. It is easily accessible from the small town of Rumphi. Populations of about 2,000 buffalo, 550 hippos and 30 elephants are the largest in Malawi. Other large mammal species include gr...

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All-inclusive resorts, Hawaii, cruises, Europe, African Safaris, exotic Fiji and the islands, there are so many travel options for families


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Travel agents can help save time and stress by doing the research and handling all your bookings for you. An experience travel agent is best at finding great deals and packages, as well as providing you with helpful information and tips. They can also help you plan special activities and experiences that you may not have thought of on your own. All in all, using a travel agent can be a great way to make sure you get the most out of your trip.

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Family Reunion & 70th Birthday in Canada
on 11/30/2023

Free time is rare for me these days, so it was invaluable that Ashlee took on the time consuming tas...

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on 11/29/2023

Kristin is great to work with from start to finish! She is very knowledgeable and resourceful. Her g...

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Thanksgiving in St. Lucia
on 11/29/2023

What a great trip! St Lucia was amazing!
-Jill Marshall

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on 11/28/2023

Courtney helped us so efficiently and made the booking process a dream. She then sent information wi...
-Marie Barnes

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Wayne K.
on 11/24/2023

Macy was exceptionally thorough and helpful. Very responsive too.
-Wayne K.

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A Wonderful Trip Thanks to Juliann!
on 11/16/2023

I decided to plan a girl's trip with my sisters and I, but I had no idea where to start! Over the ye...
-Carla Hurtado

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Father/Son Baseball Trip
on 11/12/2023

Sherri Brown was very responsive to our questions and requests, and she had great ideas that we had ...
-Mike Croft

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on 11/7/2023

FROM GOOGLE REVIEWS Traveling to Rome, Italy was a dream come, true for my husband and I! Chri...
-Briana Barrera

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Italy Bucket List
on 10/28/2023

I absolutely want to recognize Gail Mauck with your firm. She created the itinerary for “my bucket ...

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About Us

In travel since 2002, and in business since 2013, our travel team serves clients all over the US! Planning a vacation away from home takes a great team. We have taken the time to build a team of dedicated, smart, hard-working personnel who are each committed to excellence and service. We work side-by-side, creating and ensuring INCREDIBLE vacation experiences for you and your group. Our store front in-office team, and our travel consultant independent contractors, work all around the US.

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