Learn about one of the United States’ most important historical cities and its oldest structure, the Wren Building, by taking Colonial Williamsburg tours.
A scenic drive through the Great Smoky Mountains gives you some amazing views of Cades Cove, Clingman's Dome & Inspiration Point. Make sure to take a self-guided tour.
Exploring a new city can be one of the most exciting and fulfilling ways to spend a single day or your whole vacation. There is nothing like walking down the streets of a new place and getting to know the people who live there. A guided tour can be a great way to get to […]
Absolutely! The Martin Luther King Memorial is open every day, 24 hours a day, and is always free to the public. Any good Washington monuments tour will take you there, and you're free to walk around and check it out at your leisure.
No, not really. Seven Mile Bridge is a stretch of highway over the water, so while the view of the ocean is one of the most spectacular vistas on any Florida Keys tour, there isn't really anywhere to stop your car and look around.
From one end of the Seven Mile Bridge to the other, it is about a ten-minute drive. However, you should feel free to take your time since, as any Florida Keys tour will tell you, the Seven Mile Bridge has some of the most beautiful views of the ocean anywhere in the Keys.
Chichen Itza is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. It is the site of an ancient Mayan metropolis, complete with a hulking pyramid; The Temple of Kukulcan. It is well worth a tour as an attraction on its own or staying in nearby areas like Tulum or Cancun.
A self-guided walking tour of Chichen Itza lasts for 1–2 hours, depending on how long you spend at each stop and your pace. You will have plenty of time to soak up all of the histories at this fascinating landmark of Mexican history.
In Acadia National Park, fall colors are most vibrant in October. Every autumn, the park's trees begin changing from the typical leafy green — first into a brilliant gold, then soft oranges, and finally profoundly vibrant reds. These changes begin as early as September and extend into November, which is why October is the best time to see fall colors—it's the most likely month to get the full spread of the leafy rainbow!