Toledo is an historic city overlooking the Tagus River in Castilla-La Mancha. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a long and colorful history dating back over two millennia.
When you’ve explored a destination’s top tourist attractions, then it’s time to go beyond the city and take a day trip. These articles offer suggestions on the best day trips you can make from different cities around the world like Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka, and Barcelona.
A lot of people know about Nami Island and the DMZ but there are many other day trip destinations in South Korea that aren’t as well known. If you need help putting together your Seoul itinerary, then listed in this article are 18 of the best day trips you can make from the city.
Unless you’re going for the food, then there isn’t as much to keep you busy in Fukuoka. You can see its top tourist attractions within a day but thankfully, there are many destinations you can visit within a couple of hours of the city.
As lovely as Barcelona is, the crowds can get a bit overwhelming at times. There’s much to see and do in Barcelona but if you’ve already experienced its top tourist attractions, then it’s time to escape the city and go on a day trip.
There’s so much you can do in Kyoto and Osaka. But if you’re staying long enough, then you may want to spend a few of those days making day trips. Listed in this article are 16 of the best day trips you can make from Kyoto or Osaka.
I recently spent over a week in Tokyo, exploring the city and taking a few day trips to interesting areas outside of the metropolitan area. If you’re staying long enough in Tokyo and have already seen the city’s top attractions, then listed in this article are twelve of the best and most popular day trips you can take from Tokyo.
Because it was Japan’s first permanent capital, Nara remains a culturally rich and historically significant city, second only to Kyoto in its wealth of traditional temples and shrines. There you’ll find eight historical attractions that make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara.
Because of its multitude of mega hotels and casinos, Macau has been called the “Las Vegas of Asia”. It’s the gambling capital of the world, generating more gambling revenue than anywhere else on the planet.