Did you know that in the Black Hills of South Dakota, not far from Mount Rushmore, the world's second-largest sculpture is under construction? In the sacred land of the Lakota tribe, workers have been active for over 70 years on the Crazy Horse Memorial. This immense tribute to the legendary 19th leader of the Oglala Lakota tribe is still a long way from completion but already cuts a striking appearance.
Fascinating infographics recently created by NetCredit offer history buffs and adventurous foodies a colorful tour of “The Oldest Restaurant in...
If you’ve ever longed to view space like an astronaut, but lacked the training from NASA, you're in luck.
If you look at this photo and start humming Simon and Garfunkel, no one would blame you. This picturesque bridge, which is located in south Sichuan, is a beautifully constructed piece of architecture that marries form and function. It is part of the Mount Emei Scenic Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the world's largest Buddha.
It's no secret that Washington, DC's art and culture scene is a national treasure.
For years, passengers have been complaining about the tight quarters when flying economy.
Just outside of Reykjavík, a new travel experience will allow visitors to indulge in some relaxation while taking in the ocean. When Sky Lagoon is complete, the geothermal lagoon will include an enormous infinity-edge pool that blends the environment into the Atlantic. With its close proximity to the city and the ocean, it will give guests the best of both worlds.
Life on the open road sounds tempting to many of us; and, for some people, the call is just too...
London-based travel photographer Christopher Wilton-Steer invites you to take a virtual journey to the heart of Central Asia.
Once forgotten, the Lost Gardens of Heligan has now become one of the UK's most popular gardens. Given this popularity, it's hard to believe that the incredible property was left untouched for 75 years. Located in Cornwall, the garden was only rediscovered in the 1990s and underwent a complete transformation that makes it a beloved garden today. In fact, two of the most interesting features of the botanical gardens were installed during its restoration.
Travel blogger Andy Luten is used to living life on the go.
Just outside of Reykjavík, ÖÖD has nestled two of their luxurious glass cabins into the spectacular Nordic landscape.