Like fine wine, some countries just get better with age. That’s why you should visit them more than once. Whether you’ll gain a new perspective because you’re older and have gained some wisdom or because they’re so culturally rich you can’t possibly explore them in one trip, these places clearly deserve a second look.
Thailand is a backpacker’s paradise thanks to cheap rooms and food, but it’s also one of the most vibrant and beautiful countries on Earth. While most countries have only a few hot spots to explore, every inch of Thailand is a treasure that can’t be seen in one trip.
Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan and Naples are just a few of the prominent cities in this historic wonderland. You could easily spend a week in Rome alone and never experience all it has to offer. That’s why Italy is deserving of a second trip, if not more.
Africa has no shortage of extraordinary countries to explore, but the real crown jewel might be Tanzania. From the unique adventure opportunities hidden among Mt. Kilimanjaro to the beautiful, thriving metropolis of Dar es Salaam, it’s a country full of exciting culture.
Our neighbor to the north is most synonymous with frigid winters and exceptionally polite citizens, but as one of the world’s largest countries it’s also teeming with numerous cities and towns to explore. On top of that, the landscape it practically out of this world.
China is expensive to visit which makes it difficult to explore much outside of Beijing. However, this expansive country is home to some of the world’s most interesting and ancient cultures, making it worth the money and time it would take to stop in for seconds.
Guadalajara’s vibrant atmosphere and delicious foodie scene made it one of the most popular destinations in Mexico. With incredible options around every corner, it’s difficult to nail down the best of the best, but we think these restaurants come pretty close.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Sometimes it can feel like splurging on books is more expensive than it should be. Prices for novels are high and, for some, unaffordable. Even older titles, considered classics, can cost more than someone bargained. Many turned to reading books online or downloading audio files because it’s a cheaper alternative to physical books. However, what about the population of readers who love to read from paperbacks and hardcovers? Thankfully, there are companies like Thriftbooks that make it possible to afford books.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Scrolling through social media, reading magazines and seeing images online of far-off destinations just feeds the need for travel. Some of us have a healthy dose of wanderlust already, but the added visual reminders can really set plans in motion — or at least plans for a plan.