Hear us out: it’s not flashy or even state-of-the-art. In fact, we love Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) for everything it’s not. Burbank is an airport free of most of the hassles that take the fun out of travel plans. It’s an agreeable airport in a perfect location, which is why it’s at the top of our list of airports to love. Continue at Source: Airports
The Institute for Economics and Peace, an independent non-profit think tank based in Australia, annually publishes the Global Peace Index, an international study that assesses 163 independent states and territories according to their levels of peacefulness. The study assesses global peace through three filters: safety and security in society, the extent of ongoing domestic or international conflict and the degree of militarization. Continue at Source: The 10 Most Peaceful Countries in the World
This weird and wonderful world doesn’t want for award ceremonies. There’s already an award for just about everything—movies, books, dogs, magicians, even idiots have numerous awards. And, of course, so, too, does travel. There are myriad travel awards, both by competitors and this very publication—we already give annual awards to hotels and destinations, after all. So why is this necessary? Why are we creating yet another award for something that doesn’t need yet another award? Continue at Source Source: The Fodor’s Travel Awards: The Top Picks for the Best Trips
Summer is finally here and it’s time to dine outdoors! Our 100 Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Canada list for 2019 highlights restaurants that offer stunning views, delicious cuisine and above all, incredible outdoor dining experiences. The list of honourees is based on an analysis of 500,000+ reviews, canvassing more than 3,000 restaurants across the country — all submitted by verified diners. Continue at Source: 100 Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Canada for 2019
We all define “fun” a bit differently. And hopefully the place in which we live caters to our personal ideas of entertainment. But that’s not always the case, which may drive people to live somewhere new.
There are certain states where fun is not just an option but also a way of life. These states offer such a variety of activities that everyone will be able to find something that excites them. See more at Source: 2019’s Most Fun States in America
The folks at Resonance Consultancy ranked the 50 best small and large cities in the nation. Washington, D.C., fared pretty well. See the Report >>>
Washington, D.C., ranks as the fifth best large city in the nation, according to a new report published this week by researchers at Resonance Consultancy, which offers advice on real estate, tourism and economic development. See more at Source: Here’s How Washington, D.C., Ranks Among Best Cities In U.S.
Luxury crossovers and SUVs are hotter than ever, and these days, they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. From compact, efficient crossovers to large-and-in-charge behemoths, there’s a luxury SUV for every type of buyer.
Here are some of the best ones you can buy in 2019. See more at Source: The best luxury SUVs in 2019 – Roadshow
National Restaurant Awards celebrates the very best restaurants in Great Britain.
From top tapas bars to fancy fine dining rooms, barnstorming bistros to great gastropubs, Restaurant magazine brings you the top 100 places to eat across the UK as voted for by an elite academy of chefs, restaurateurs and food writers nationwide.
Announced at the Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards each year, this is the list of places that should be on your restaurant hit list. Tuck in. See more at Source: National Restaurant Awards
Madeira has been named Europe’s best island destination at the prestigious World Travel Awards.
The Portuguese archipelago, made up of the islands of Madeira, Porto Santo and the Desertas, is known for its wild beauty and subtropical climate, making it the perfect year-round escape. See more at Source: This beauty spot has just been named the best island in Europe
One of the most famous statues in the world is the Statue of Liberty in New York. It stands 151-feet tall and is not nearly one of the tallest statues in the world. Recognition-wise, the Statue of Liberty would rank first, but this list is about the tallest statues, and Lady Liberty is 115 feet too short to make the cut. Don’t expect Brazil‘s Christ the Redeemer (98 feet) statue here either because the shortest statue in this list is a towering 263 feet, about 3/4 the size of a football field. We present these monstrosities and where they are located. See more at Source: The 10 Tallest Statues In The World (And Where To See Them)