Greece has more than 6,000 islands and inlets across the Aegean and Ionian Sea, though only 227 are inhabitable. That still provides more than enough land for beach bars, clubs and local watering holes for you to enjoy.
Alemagou Beach Bar, Mykonos
Located on Ftelia Beach, Alemagou is a bar and restaurant with open stonewalls and thatched umbrellas, a great spot to have a lazy day on the beach.
Coo Bar, Ios
Conveniently located on Chora’s main square, Coo Bar is a minimally designed lounge with atmospheric lighting and modern décor, specializing in a soft R and B and hip-hop soundtrack.
Amalour is known for attracting a slightly older crowd in their 30s, as well as their eclectic soundtrack that goes from funk to heavy metal to hip hop to Latin.
As its name implies, Hamam is a club housed in a former Turkish bath, providing stylish décor both indoors and outdoors on the beach.
Kira Thira, Santorini
This is one of the oldest bars in Fira, a jazz club that has been catering to locals for the past 30 years. This laid-back cave bar is decorated with instruments and vinyl records, and is a must see for jazz lovers.
Located in the town of Rethymnon, Chaplin’s is less known for silent-era film and more for its track selection focused on rock and indie music. A pleasant atmosphere and large selection of beer draw a variety of people.
Visiting Sangay National Park in Ecuador is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The UNESCO World Heritage site features an array of landscapes, from glaciers to cloud forests, moorlands to grasslands. It’s also an extremely biodiverse destination, with more than 3,000 flowering plant species, more than 400 bird species and more than 100 mammal species.
Filled with hidden treasures waiting to be discovered, Seoul invites travelers to unearth its many gems, and Seoul Tourism Organization is here to help travelers do just that. Through thoughtfully created initiatives like the Theme Tourism County Competition, Seoul Tourism Organization works closely with local districts to identify and showcase what makes each district unique and charming in all seasons.
Ho Chi Minh City is the most-populous city in Vietnam, known for its historic landmarks, well-preserved French colonial architecture and vibrant street life. It’s home to Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport, the busiest airport in the country, and is the business and financial hub of Vietnam. Named after the revolutionary leader who declared independence back in 1945, the city is organized into districts, each offering its own unique offerings. Here are some of the best things to see and do in Ho Chi Minh City:
The flavors of the Southwest are unmistakable and one of the many reasons to visit a place like Santa Fe, New Mexico. While there are lots of other great reasons to go to this New Mexico city, the culinary scene is one of the best, and that includes the city’s Margarita Trail.
From the windy tip of Malin Head in County Donegal to the colorful harbor town of Kinsale in County Cork, Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way amazes at every turn. Feel the blast of fresh sea air with a lighthouse walk. Get up close to history, grab a fireside seat at a traditional music session, experience the world-famous Irish hospitality and explore some of Ireland's most exhilarating coastal scenery. It is a place that inspired dreamers and travelers, poets and painters with a landscape filled with stone walls, thatched cottages, deserted beaches and breathtaking views. Charming towns and villages, 1,500 miles of soaring cliffs, incredible landscapes and unique experiences await.
A new book subscription service hopes to introduce you to “literary hidden gems that you may not have otherwise come across.” Aphilia cuts down on the time needed to hunt for your next great read while allowing you to get to the part that actually matters — reading.