With a landscape featuring sparkling views of the Northern Lights, frozen waterfalls, and even enchanting “fairy forests,” it’s no secret that Finland is one of the most beautiful places on earth. What you may not know, however, is that it’s also the happiest country in the world—an honor that is at the heart of Rent a Finn, a new contest and campaign by Visit Finland.
Photographer Andrew Studer is best known for his incredible landscape imagery, which he captures during his travels around the world.
Norway’s long-awaited underwater restaurant is finally open to the public. Under is a masterpiece of design by Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by koji (@ui_hii618love) on Apr 1, 2018 at 3:23am PDT Springtime has officially started in Japan, marked by the arrival of the iconic sakura blossom. Every year from late March to early May, the entire country transforms into a colorful splendor, covered in beautiful pink flowers. From Osaka to Kyoto, Japanese photographer Koji captures the beauty of Japan’s cherry blossom season in full bloom.
Many of us dream about ditching our “normal” life and hitting the open road.
New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport has a new addition that’s a blast from the past.
If you love a scenic train ride, you might want to book your next trip to Asia. Known for the efficiency and luxury of its rail service, Japan has taken things to the next level. Private rail companies continue to operate in Japan, so they are constantly bettering the quality of their services—particularly when it comes to tourist trains. Now, one company is expanding its offerings to help more travelers experience the beauty of Hokkaido.
Traveling is often done by plane or by car, but let’s not forget about trains!
There are plenty of reasons to hop on a bike.
While art history comprises countless examples of exceptional art, some works have resonated more strongly than others. Spanning time, artist, and movement, these universally admired masterpieces bring audiences to museums, galleries, and historic sites across the globe. In this art guide, we explore a selection of some of the world’s most well-known works—and the cultural institutions they now call home. The Mona Lisa: The Louvre (Paris, France)
Just a few miles from the Arctic Circle, tucked in the capital of Lapland, there’s a village of 24 quaint...
Belgian travel photographer Kevin Faingnaert recently spent time traveling through northern Vietnam, soaking in the atmosphere of this Southeast Asian...