Head to this charming mountain town, situated around eight hours from Panama City by bus, and you’ll have a chance to enjoy a wide selection of activities. Birdwatchers will love the Talamanca mountains, home to around 1,000 species of birds, including the Resplendent Quetzal.
Coffee lovers will be pleased to hear the area is also home to some of the best beans in the world thanks to rich volcanic soils, high altitude and lots of different microclimates. Visit some of the local farms to find out how coffee gets from the bush to the cup.
Thanks to its varied geography, the area around Boquete is home to lots of adventurous activities. There is white-water rafting on the Chiriqui river, zip lining through the rainforest, and horseback riding or hiking along the many local trails.
Those who like hiking will love Volcan Baru, the highest volcano in Panama at 3,475 meters. Climb it on foot or take a 4×4 to the top if you prefer. After all of your exertions, relax in the Caldera Hot Springs to aid your recovery.
Do you like fireworks? If you do, then you may have to check out Germany’s ultimate celebration of pyro-technics. European countries are known for their love of fireworks on New Year’s Eve, or any anniversary celebration, in fact. Fireworks are more accepted as a casual pastime in Europe than they are in the United States. That said, there is nothing like the unbridled celebration that is the Berlin Pyronale.
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.
Durango, Colorado, is a hotbed of outdoor adventures, bringing in travelers from all over the world to experience its abundance of adrenaline-fueled activities. Whether you’re a fan of hiking or biking, there’s something to keep you busy in this exciting little town.
The Spanish region of Galicia sets itself apart for many reasons, like its vistas of the Atlantic from its perch in northwestern Spain right above Portugal. Its cliffs of Cape Finisterre are the end of the world or were thought to be by the Romans. The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail runs through this region, as well. The landscape is beyond comparison as is the food.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
When visiting Germany you will want to throw yourself into the land’s traditional cuisine. And why not? Try the sauerkraut and dumplings, the cheese spaetzle and beer. Go for it! But while you are there you will also want to sample some of the foods that made in-roads into Germany over the last decades. The variety is pretty amazing and involves a good amount of Turkish food, as well as Japanese. Depending on the city or region in which you find yourself, signature dishes will vary and this is by no means an exhaustive list, but stay with us because the German food scene is pretty diverse.