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Cirque Italia raises the tents in Palm Bay, Florida

Cirque Italia raises the tents in Palm Bay, Florida


Ukrainian President Zelenskiy begins tour of Europe in London


34 Beautiful National Parks to Inspire Your Next 2023 Getaway

You don’t have to travel out of the United States for sights that will take your breath away.


52 Beautiful Places to Satisfy Your Wanderlust From Afar

Go globe-trotting (virtually).


London's 10 Most Historic Pubs

One bar even dates back to the 15th century.


Who died in Buckingham Palace?

Buckingham Palace was the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II for 68 years. Built in 1703 and originally known as Buckingham House, it grew over the years into the palace we know today, becoming a royal residence in 1761. Indeed, Buckingham Palace has a rich history, and this of course includes all those who have died there—some under unlikely circumstances. Curious to find out who they are? Then simply click on.


7 Tourist hotspots in Punta Cana that live up to the hype

Punta Cana is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean country. Located at the Dominican Republic's easternmost tip, the place is well known for its gorgeous beaches, luxurious resorts, and lush green surroundings. Some of the well-liked attractions include Playa Macao, adventurous Scape Park, and picture-perfect Bavaro Beach. ...


The Top 15 Beaches to Visit on the East Coast

Widely considered to be the best stretches of sand along the Atlantic Ocean.


Bookmark these beautiful destinations for your trip to Menlo Park


Take flight for a brief history of aviation

The history of aviation has followed a fascinating trajectory. Leonardo da Vinci first envisaged manned flight way back in the 15th century. Then came hot-air balloons, followed by gliders and airships, until the Wright brothers' historic powered flight in 1903. Today there are airliners that can carry hundreds of passengers non-stop half way round the world. And space tourism will one day be a reality. Browse the following gallery and take off for a brief flight through the history of aviation, and meet some of the great pioneers of air travel along the way.


The Most Beautiful Greenhouses Across the Globe

You'll never guess where these greenhouses are located! Spring is already just a few weeks away—which means gardening season is nearly here, and with this change in season comes the opportunity to explore in-bloom landscapes near and far. Naturally, visiting historic gardens is an activity we highly recommend participating in once the weather warms up—specifically, exploring the many stunning greenhouses that gardens across the globe have to offer. Below, find House Beautiful's list of eight grand greenhouses to visit, including ones in New York, London, and Vienna. Safe travels!


13 Breathtakingly beautiful places in Traverse City


Breath-taking sunsets from around the world


Headed to Manila? Tempt your palate with these 11 local delicacies

Manila The capital city of the Philippines, Manila, is the center of the country’s economic and cultural activities. Popular vacation destination in the country is filled with colonial churches, big malls, museums, and dazzling nightclubs. Often overlooked as a congested and densely populated city, Manila is a hub for sports, adventurous activities...


The Best Travel Mugs for Commuting, Roadtripping, and Everything in Between

Enjoy your coffee on the road, riding the subway, or at the office.


The release of pink flamingos used as decoration in hotels. The Photos

Some flamingos have been released in the Estero Balsa Natural Park , at Montecristi (Dominican Republic). The release was thanks to the project Rescate Rosado, which allowed the release of six flamingos that local hotels were using as ornamental elements.


Park Naimi: ‘Naim’ in every sense of the word

It is a well-known principle that the productivity of a business increases if it operates in a pleasant environment. In Israel, a very pleasant and inviting business environment is Park Naimi, which is being developed by Naimi Towers Ltd., an innovative Israeli real estate company. The large, highly advanced industrial park will be renting space pr...


The strangest days celebrated in February

When thinking of famous events in February, Valentine's Day comes to mind. Also, February is often the beginning of Lent. But other than that, it's difficult to think of many more. That's why we've compiled a list of strange and obscure days celebrated in February, just for you! Take a look through this gallery to find something to celebrate every single day of the month. Inspired by Days of the Year.


Stunning nature photographs that look like paintings

Mother Nature is so impressive that at times many landscapes, animals, and natural structures look surreal—almost like paintings. However, these images are real and were captured with a camera, not a paintbrush. Click here to see these beautiful dreamlike photographs!


What To Do This Weekend (10 to 12 Feb 2023)

Feast on authentic Thai cuisine at Chatuchak Night Market, play and laugh at selfie museum 29Rooms, and more this weekend


This 3D-printed, invisible superyacht could soon be sailing the seas — and it looks incredible

A superyacht that cannot be seen? Indeed, if things go as planned, an 88-metre superyacht, Pegasus, that is 3D-printed and virtually invisible will be sailing the seas by 2030. Inspired by Koufonissi in Greece, Italian designer Jozeph Forakis unveiled a concept of the superyacht which will be the world’s first 3D-printed vessel made entirely of glass. The cost of building the vessel has not been disclosed, but the target is to construct it by...


Maison DesChamps climbs the Chase Tower in Phoenix

Maison DesChamps climbs the Chase Tower in Phoenix


America's 25 Most Beautiful Scenic Byways

After all, it's about the journey, not the destination.


5 of the world's largest and most spectacular mazes

Today we bring you five of the world's largest and most spectacular labyrinths: A labyrinth is a structure, usually of vast size, built in such a way that it is difficult for those who enter it to find their way out. Formerly mostly unicursal, i.e., consisting of a single involute path leading inexorably to its center, the labyrinth has since become synonymous with a multiviary or multicursal layout. Alternatively, an inextricable pathway can be described as a labyrinth, a term clearly derived from the figure of the mythical Daedalus, the legendary builder of the labyrinth of Crete for King Minos, the best known of those in antiquity.


The Most Beautiful Waterfalls Ever Created By Mother Nature

From Angel Falls to Niagara Falls, get ready to be wowed!


Spanish high court backs man's right to walk naked in the street

The man wore nothing but hiking boots and showed up to court in the same outfit.


The most disturbing parts of the Bible

The Bible is a fascinating book, but one that also has its fair share of horror stories. Some passages of the Bible are disturbing for a variety of reasons, including being really graphic when it comes to detailing a gruesome event. Of course, some of these stories can be interpreted in different ways, the use allegories being one of them. Still, parts of the Bible can be truly shocking for some people. Curious to know what the most disturbing parts of the Bible are? Then click on.


Discovering Italy: the tortellini from Emilia

Italy is known worldwide for its history, art, culture and....its food. Among the many foods enjoyed around the world, nothing beats the famous tortellini from Emilia. Fresh pasta, filled with meat and cheese. In broth or with sauces or gravies, this traditional dish truly appeals to everyone, both in Italy but also abroad, where you can find them almost anywhere. Invented between Bologna and Modena, their popularity now has no limits, so much so that they have even been revisited according to traditional recipes from each individual country. However, for Italians tradition is important, and purists would turn their noses up at some atrocities. In this article we present to you, in the most traditional way possible, the beauty of the true Emilian tortellino.


This glacial lake hides a dark secret

This Himalayan lake hides quite a dark secret. A chilling discovery was made in the 1940s, but it wasn't until the 21st century that the mystery was solved. Or was it? Browse through this gallery and draw your own conclusions.


40 Countries You Might Not Have Heard of But Should Visit ASAP

It's time to get your passport ready.


The 15 most amazing attractions in Staten Island


13 Most photo-worthy spots in Newport Beach!

Newport Beach, California, is the perfect summer destination. Guests will love strolling around and enjoying the marvelous views of Crystal Cove State Park. They can bask in the sun while admiring the picturesque views it offers. Aside from this, the city also features Balboa Island. It is a tiny island that guests can explore. In Newport Beach you...


Places that could become a Unesco world heritage site

The list of places and sites eligible to become UNESCO World Heritage Sites is constantly being updated.Nominations, each year, are numerous, and it often takes a long time before a place can be officially declared a world heritage site. The process to be followed is outlined step by step by UNESCO itself.This procedure was adopted in 1972 and has set itself the goal of identifying and maintaining the list of sites that represent special features of exceptional importance from a cultural or natural point of view and that must therefore be preserved with great care and attention.


Pangolin born at the Prague zoo, first in Europe

A pangolin has been born at the Prague Zoo and it is the first one born in Europe. The parents of the baby pangolin arrived from a zoo in Taipei in April 2022, making the Prague Zoo the second in Europe to have specimens of this human-threatened species. And indeed, it is not easy to raise pangolins, as they require a nutritious mush made from bee larvae specially prepared for them. Pangolins are particularly at risk because of the illegal trade in them.


The British Museum shows the Tudor jewel found in 2021, photos

The British Museum launches its annual reports Portable Antiquities Scheme & Treasure. On display are some of the 45,000 treasures found in 2021, including a jewel that belonged to the Tudors.


A foodie's guide to Tokyo


What would happen if we didn't have the moon?

The moon is just one of those things that we take for granted. It has always been there and it will likely be there for millions of years to come. We're so used to looking up to the night sky and seeing Earth's satellite, that it's difficult to imagine our planet without it. But what would our world be like if there was no moon? Click through to find out.


30 of the Most Incredible Islands in the World to Visit Now

Dig out that bucket list and add these to it!


High-paying jobs that let you travel the world

You may have a passion for travel but find yourself lacking the time to go on adventures due to your work schedule. The good news is that nowadays you can combine work and travel in many different areas—and actually make good money. From travel blogger to diplomat, browse through the gallery to see the high-paying jobs that allow you travel the world.


Best Travel & Tourism stocks to follow in 2022.

Travel and tourism is a broad category, with a diverse list of well-known brands. Ecotourism is a fast-growing niche, especially among young travelers. Tourism sector has been perhaps the hardest hit part of the economy by the COVID-19 pandemic. This list presents some of the best travel and tourism stocks to track in the post-pandemic era. The list's performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


20 fascinating historical photos that you'll find shocking


Historical facts you won't believe are real

It is true that there are many historical 'facts' that are anything but factual, but the opposite is also true. There are some very bizarre facts that indeed sound like they are made up. Except, they're not! Did you know, for instance, that forks were once considered sacrilegious? Or that Albert Einstein was actually offered the position of president of Israel? Click through the following gallery and discover fascinating historical facts you won't believe are real.


Celestial events to look forward to in 2023

Current events on Earth can get you down, and life here on the ground can sometimes feel monotonous. But staring up at the starry sky is a surefire way to put your problems in perspective, and is also simply a great way to spend a night. Some nights, though, are more special than others. In 2023, there are dozens of beautiful and beguiling celestial events that are sure to hold your attention and push worldly troubles from your mind. From meteor showers to eclipses and supermoons, there are more than enough opportunities in 2023 to bask in the brilliance of space. One such celestial event is the return of a comet that hasn't been near Earth since about 50,000 years ago, which for reference was the last ice age and the time of the Neanderthals. Green comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will become visible on February 1 possibly even to the naked eye under the right conditions, according to Space.com. The comet will reportedly come to within a distance of around 26 million miles (42 million km) from Earth, which is around 28% of the distance between Earth and the sun. Get ready to mark your calendars for the upcoming sights you won't want to miss. Click on!


5 Affordable Places To Retire Near the Beach

You're getting ready to retire, and you want to go to the beach -- possibly every day. Since you don't currently live in a coastal community, this means you're going to need to pack up and move. Find...


Iconic Photos of Vintage Paris Starting at 1867

A look back at the history of the city of lights.


Headed to Memphis? Here's what you shouldn't miss!

As musical as it is magnificent, this city is the cradle of the musical movements called Blues and the more energetic Rock and Roll. Therefore, among the many music-related attractions you should not miss when you drop by including Beale Street and Graceland Mansion. The National Civil Rights Museum, on the other hand, highlights Memphis' key role ...


Where To Stay, Drink And Chill In New York, According To ‘Bling Empire: New York’

Follow the crew of Bling Empire: New York to their favourite places in the city, from five-star hotels to nightclubs. Here’s the Bling Empire guide to New York. As we’ve seen how the celebrities from Bling Empire: New York live their extravagant lives in the Big Apple, we can’t help but dig into some of the glistening venues for some clearer pictures as to how the casts actually dine, party, and stay. [Hero and featured image credit: Netflix]...


Eddie Bauer Taught Me How to Dress for the Cold

Eddie Bauer dressed me for a trip to Alaska in January—here’s everything I loved.


Why did the water at beaches in San Diego, California turn pink?


What it is really like to live in a NYC skyscraper