Food and Philadelphia go hand in hand, so plan a day of fun, free activities to save up for food and drinks. Tour the historic district with a stop at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the newest addition, the Museum of the American Revolution. Most historic sites are free or pay what you wish, but be sure to check out seasonal discounts and lower rates based on age and service affiliation.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Stuttgart, the capital and largest city in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, is a major economic, industrial, tourism and publishing hub. It’s home to Porsche, Bosch and Mercedes-Benz headquarters, and also boasts a cityscape laid out across a variety of hills and vineyards, valleys and parks.
Hong Kong is a vibrant, energetic city boasting some of the most famous restaurants, hotels, music and theater venues and art scenes anywhere in the world. That being said, those seeking a quiet experience needn’t look any further than Hong Kong’s best-kept secret: its natural beauty.
The Yucatan peninsula is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico, but development places great strain on the environment.
A UNWTO-recognized category of cultural tourism, spiritual tourism ranges from traditional religious trips (such as mission trips or journeys to the Middle East to “walk in Jesus’s footprints”) to more secular versions, such as tours centered around meditation, yoga or other experiences. Other tour providers promise visits to popular spots — such as Machu Picchu or the Himalayas — with a focus on how these destinations can help you find your inner truth. Whatever your reason for exploring spiritual tourism, it’s not hard to find something that’s a good match. Here are a few destinations and tours that may pique your interest.