The 8 Best Hostels in Chiang Mai
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18h ago
Posted: 2/20/24 | February 20th, 2024 Chiang Mai is the most popular destination in northern Thailand. It’s a hub for travelers looking to go trekking in the jungle or visit the nearby elephant sanctuaries. I love it here. I was there recently and glad to see that, even post-COVID, the vibe the city has remained the same (it’s one of the best places for food in the country). As a popular travel hub, the city is awash in hostels. There’s something for every travel type and budget. To help you pick out of the hundreds of options available, below is my list of the best hostels in Chiang Mai. If ..read more
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The 12 Best Things to Do in Miami
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by NomadicMatt
18h ago
Posted: 2/20/24 | February 20th, 2024 Miami is vibrant city known for its beach culture, party scene, Cuban influence. It’s definitely considered one of the more high energy, fun cities in America. Miami attracts millions of visitors per year. Personally, Miami isn’t my favorite city in the States (though I do love the beaches), but there’s absolutely no denying that there’s a lot of fun to be had here. From beaches to partying to Cuban culture to the nearby Everglades, you can do a lot. (And if you’re looking to splash out, there are tons of luxurious hotels, upscale shopping districts, and ..read more
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The 20 Best Things to Do in Mexico City
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by NomadicMatt
1d ago
Posted: 2/19/24 | February 19th, 2024 Mexico City is the fifth largest city in the world, a sprawling metropolis where history and culture converge in a dynamic tapestry of bright colors, diverse cuisines, and lively districts. I love it here. I’ve been a handful of times and never get tired of exploring and eating my way around the city. I always have an amazing time. In fact, I love the city so much I even ran tours here (and every single person I showed around was blown away). No one hates this place. Unsurprisingly, in a city so large and with such a long history, there’s a ton to see and ..read more
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The 7 Best Hotels in Barcelona
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by NomadicMatt
1d ago
Posted: 2/19/24 | February 19th, 2024 With its world-class food scene, rambunctious nightlife, sunny weather, and laid-back pace, Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in Europe. It’s also one of the most-visited cities on the continent, bursting at the seams every summer as travelers come to explore, admire its art and architecture (Gaudi has tons of works here), and eat all the tapas they can. I love the energy of the city and never get tired of visiting. While there are lots of neighborhoods to stay in, almost everything you’ll want to see or do is in just a handful of areas. I’ve been co ..read more
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The 7 Best Hotels in Bangkok
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by NomadicMatt
1d ago
Posted: 2/19/24 | February 19th, 2024 Famous for its chaotic streets, friendly people, cheap and delicious street food, and wild nightlife, Bangkok is one of my favorite cities in the world (I even spent two years living here). It just has a contagious energy that can’t be beat. I never ever ever get tired of coming here. A city of eight million people, Thailand’s capital is huge. Choosing where to stay in Bangkok can be overwhelming, especially for first-time visitors, as there is a ton to see and do here and the city is very spread out (luckily with a much improved public transportation sys ..read more
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Where to Stay in Brisbane: The Best Neighborhoods for Your Visit
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by NomadicMatt
1w ago
Posted: 2/13/2024 | February 13th, 2024 Brisbane is third-largest city in Australia. Most travelers visit the city on their way to the Gold Coast or as they head up toward Cairns. They tend not to stay too long as the city doesn’t really have the allure that other parts of Australia does. But Brisbane actually has plenty to see and do – and I think people short change it. Home to just over two million people, it’s a very outdoorsy place, with lots of parks and even an urban beach. There’s a high quality of life and a hip restaurant scene, and the largest koala sanctuary in the world is just o ..read more
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The 6 Best Hotels in Edinburgh
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by NomadicMatt
1w ago
Posted: 2/11/2024 | February 11th, 2024 Edinburgh is enchanting. The capital of Scotland, it’s a historic, moody city with centuries-old buildings, winding cobblestone streets, and an imposing castle that looms above the Old Town. While there is a ton to see and do here (including lots of eerie ghost tours), the city is actually fairly compact. Everything you’re going to want to see is generally within walking distance. For that reason, all of the hotels below are centrally located so you never have to go far to see the sights. Here’s my list of the best hotels in Edinburgh: 1. Stay Central H ..read more
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The Best Walking Tours in Barcelona
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by NomadicMatt
1w ago
Posted: 2/10/2024 | February 10th, 2024 Barcelona is a vibrant, energetic city known for amazing food, beautiful architecture, and wild nightlife. It’s also a place that appeals to everyone: foodies, partiers, history buffs, night owls, and everyone in between will find something to see and do here. From introductory free tours to in-depth history and food tours, I never get tired of exploring and learning about Barcelona. It’s a city with layers and layers of history and culture that most visitors barely scratch the surface of. To help you plan your trip, here’s my list of the best walking t ..read more
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The 6 Best Hotels in Christchurch
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by NomadicMatt
1w ago
Posted: 2/10/2024 | February 10th, 2024 The largest city on New Zealand’s South Island, Christchurch is a popular stop for pretty much anyone traveling around the country. The city was severely damaged by massive earthquakes between 2010 and 2012, which killed hundreds and injured thousands, but has since been revitalized and reborn. Home to just under 400,000 people, this small city is filled with cool markets, funky bars, and lots of new and trendy restaurants. Admittedly, there aren’t a ton of things to see and do here, but that doesn’t mean the city is boring and should be skipped. There ..read more
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Where to Stay in Christchurch: The Best Neighborhoods for Your Visit
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by NomadicMatt
1w ago
Posted: 2/10/24 | February 10th, 2024 The second-largest city in New Zealand (and the largest on the South Island), Christchurch is filled with cool markets, funky bars, and lots of new and trendy restaurants. It’s a relaxed destination perfect for a couple of days of exploring and taking in the pace of local life. Having been severely damaged by earthquakes between 2010 and 2012, it is revitalized now. And, while there’s not a whole lot to see and do here (only 380,000 people live here after all), it’s by no means a boring destination. There’s fun nightlife, many museums, and tons of green s ..read more
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