Travel Category Archive
St. Lucie County Tourism Partners with the City of Fort Pierce to “Share” One of the Most Picturesque Spots in the County
The St. Lucie County Tourism Office and the City of Fort Pierce partnered to construct and install a perfectly framed photo opportunity at Jetty Park on Seaway Drive in Fort Pierce.
Why not focus on your health this year by planning a trip that will help you relax, recharge and refocus on your top wellness goals?
With the Kansas City Chiefs, for the first time in 50 years, clinching their spot to compete for the NFL championship on Sunday, February 2nd in Miami, there’s a lot of pent-up demand across Chiefs Kingdom for fans wanting to be there in person for the game and festivities.
If you have been considering where to go for your next vacation, a trip to Las Vegas is one of the most glamorous and exciting destinations in the world. With all of its bright lights, headlining shows and entertainment, nightlife, world-class dining, and shopping – and of course the gambling, it’s a fantastic choice!
If you have a vacation coming up, following the above tips can help you travel with your cannabis.
Behind every successful journey is a well-established plan. True? Well, maybe in things like education, business, and marriage, yes. But when it comes to travel, it isn’t always the case.
A new year offers 365 days of opportunity
A ride on the Orient Express? Rafting through the Grand Canyon? Following Marco Polo’s Silk Road? How about a voyage on a legendary four-masted windjammer that is still sailed by hand, with a rich history and heritage that spans almost 90 years?
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has awarded the Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa the coveted “Three Palm” designation as part of the Florida Green Lodging Program. This prestigious designation signifies their commitment to conserve and protect Florida’s natural resources.
What’s on your bucket list?
Readers who love murder mysteries, athletes who relish carving turns on a pair of skis or a snowboard, or folks who like skiing for the social activities that take place after a day spent on the slopes, will enjoy Murder on Skis, a thrilling piece of fiction written by former WNYT-TV 13 anchor Phil Bayly.
UPSTATE NY FOOD & BEVERAGE SHOW ‘ROCONNOISSEUR’S ROADTRIP’ SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON ROCHESTER AND BUFFALO
Upstate NY Food & Beverage show ‘ROConnoisseur’s Roadtrip’ shot episodes in Rochester and Buffalo this summer, on a road-trip to film episodes featuring food and drink destinations – and to host events in both cities.
One of Italy’s most beautiful ancient Roman houses, which was buried under tonnes of ash when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79, has reopened to the public 36 years after it was shuttered in disrepair.
Ilona Petras’ family has been in charge of ringing the bells of the 600-year-old Catholic church in the small village of Tereny in the northeast of Hungary for over a hundred years.
It’s the kind of shot every Instagram connoisseur yearns for: century-old railway tracks cutting through dusty backstreets, flanked by tourists drinking beer or iced tea mere inches from the slow-moving trains.
Saudi Arabia threw open its doors to foreign tourists on Friday, launching a new visa regime for 49 countries and appealing to foreign companies to invest in a sector it hopes will contribute 10% of gross domestic product by 2030.
The St. Lucie County Tourism Office recently earned several awards from state and national organizations for its marketing and promotional efforts.
When Bishop Herbert started building a new cathedral in the English city of Norwich in 1096, it was unlikely he ever envisaged it would play host to a 50-foot helter skelter.
You can walk up and down Rome’s famed Spanish Steps all you want but don’t try sitting down to take in the moment any more because police will shoo you away with a whistle and threaten you with a fine.
Close your eyes and imagine your perfect ocean voyage.
A Dutch sustainability advocate completed the longest ever journey in an electric vehicle in New Zealand on Friday after a three-year drive that took him through more than 30 countries.
Guiness World Records has named a meandering street in northwest Wales the steepest in the world, knocking a road in New Zealand off the top spot.
Pearl Divers, a diving school on one of Sri Lanka’s most popular southern beaches, shut shop for two months after suicide bombers attacked churches and hotels on the island on Easter Sunday, killing about 250 people. It had no customers as tourists canceled holidays, and its manager Nuwan Harshana says he took two months leave and a pay cut.
Ibrahim Zeeb is visiting Lebanon for the first time in years and says it’s the food he has missed most.
Tourism to Cuba will likely drop 8.5% this year in the wake of tighter U.S. restrictions on travel to the Caribbean island, the government said on Thursday, and the decline in arrivals will further hurt Cuba’s already ailing centrally planned economy.
Paris aims to ban tourist buses from the city center to spur visitors to walk, cycle or take public transport, tackling complaints about nuisances caused by mass tourism, the French capital’s deputy mayor said.