View this post on Instagram A post shared by Amtrak (@amtrak) on Jan 14, 2019 at 8:37am PST Traveling by train is one of the most exciting ways to see the world. And with Amtrak, you can sit back, relax, and take in some of the best views North America has to offer.
Ever dreamed of living in Italy?
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The annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival transforms the city in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province into a frozen winter wonderland. More than a million visitors flock to Harbin throughout the festival to get a glimpse of the enormous structures created from large ice blocks and tons of snow. In 2019, the 35th edition officially opened on January 5 and will run through the end of February.
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Nestled in Northern California’s wine country, the Donum Estate is one of Sonoma Valley’s most beautiful vineyards. In addition to its sprawling orchards and endless rows of grapevines, the 200-acre site boasts a world-class collection of contemporary sculpture that intertwines “art, nature, and the human hand.” Known as the Sculpture Park, this open-air museum features monumental works by today’s top artists.
In the far reaches of Mongolia, a small group of nomads keeps the tradition of eagle hunting alive.
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Looking for a new way to document your travels? One of the biggest trends in chronicling trips is by commemorating them on scratch-off maps. These special atlases invite you to scrape away the places you’ve traveled. You’re rewarded with every trip you take—the more you have to scratch, the more that’s revealed on the map below. It’s not only a fun way to record where you’ve explored, but it will encourage you to continue to do so.
Even with its cutting-edge technology and ultra modern art, Japan is proud of its past.
There is nothing quite as merry and bright as a Christmas market.