When people think of Houston, their mind might go to NASA, sports, or hurricanes. And that’s largely all they know about Texas’s largest city. But as the cultural and culinary capital of Texas and the fourth largest city in the U.S., Houston will surprise you.
Nestled between the mountains and reality, Boulder and Denver have been called the foodiest, happiest, beeriest, and fittest cities in the country so the next time you’re looking for a quick getaway – give Colorado a look.
Prague doesn’t have a lot of major attractions that draw international travelers yet it’s consistently a top-rated city to visit in Europe. In fact, Prague’s appeal is the opposite – that it’s decidedly less touristy.
Two cities for the price of one Buda and Pest make up the mesmerizing capital of Hungary. Think of it as dual personalities with old-world charm on one side and buzzing, modernity on the other.
Little Rock is one of those places you can see in a weekend, yet it’s like an onion with many layers to peel back. If you’re looking for things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas here’s everything from the historical sites to the drinking holes.
It’s super easy to want to crank up the heat, bury yourself in a blanket, and Netflix and chill from November through April. But fight the urge because Chicago actually has plenty of year-round attractions, many of which are even better in the winter.
On the Colorado-Utah border, Moab is a popular weekend trip or last-minute getaway. Home to two national parks, one state park, and the roaring Colorado River, it’s one of the undisputed adventure capitals in the country.