Nestled in the northern end of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, Grundarfjörðu is a quiet town on the western part of the island. Overlooking the vast Norwegian Sea and next to the Kirkjufell Mountain, it is a peaceful escape from the rest of the modern world. Grundarfjörðu is for nature lovers who want to get lost wandering breathtaking landscapes virtually unchanged by the human touch. Popular activities of the area include watersports and hiking the nearby Kirkjufell trails.
Well known for the perseveration of local indigenous cultures, Oaxaca is any archeological or anthropological enthusiasts dream. The state boasts a rich indigenous and colonial history as many of its town and cities underwent extensive Spanish colonization throughout the 16th and 17th centuries. However, the states geographical terrain also sports a unique claim, as the area is the most bio diverse state in all of Mexico. Local attractions range from indigenous markets, Baroque monasteries, modern and historic art museums, archeological sites, and nature tours.
First settled in the middle ages, Tauberbischofsheim is an ancient town on the popular Romantic Road. Hosting festivals throughout the year, the town is also a suitable destination for many types of travellers from those voyaging solo to families enjoying a Bavarian road trip. The medieval town boasts several museums and the Tauberbischofsheim Castle. Additionally, the town is well known for producing high quality sparkling wines, fruit brandies, cider, and Olympic level fencers.
(Wroclaw Market Square)
As the largest city of Poland, Wroclaw is an exciting Eastern European hub for international travellers looking for historical sights and lively evenings. By day enjoy the fountains, cathedrals, and impressive institutional structures such as the Wroclaw university and museum. By night the Market Square and surrounding neighborhoods turn into party-central for club and pub goers. For summer travellers, make sure to be in the city for the second weekend of June for the ‘Festival of Good Beer’ – one of the most highly anticpated events of the season.
(Greenland polar bear skin)
Ittoqqortoormiit, is a small picturesque village in eastern Greenland. Well known for its wildlife such as polar bears and seals, this destination is definitely for outdoor adventures. The town is one of the most hard to reach locales in Greenland so it's a good place to go if you’re looking for a vacation that’s off the grid.