Super Tuesday Tourism: 5 Destinations Trends That Defined the Week of Feb. 19-25
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The Super Tuesday tradition transcends candidates (get out and vote!), and indeed, the 13 states included in this presidential primary bonanza have plenty of must-visit natural/historical/cultural sights for travelers, whether you’re a political tourist devotee or just dropping by one state. Click to find out the sightseeing goods.
Straining under the weight of millions of tourists and worried about environmental impact, the beautiful Italian Riviera region known as Cinque Terre will be limiting visitor numbers starting this summer. The UNESCO-designated area is only allowing in 1.5 million travelers in 2016, still a considerable number, but far less than prior years. Click for details on how to be one of the lucky few.
Spring Break isn’t just for hedonistic college students, it’s a time for fun family vacations, too. And who better to ask about the best places to go than travel agents? Click for sage advice on trips to all-inclusive resorts, ski destinations, warm-weather hotspots, and more.
“The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60” TV special previewed one of 2016’s most anticipated (if not the most anticipated) theme park expansion —Disney’s Star Wars Experience, which is currently being constructed in both Anaheim and Orlando. But what makes this teaser special is that Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, narrates it. Click to check it out.
All eyes are on Major League Baseball’s Spring Training facilities in March as players get ready for the 2016 season — and Florida is bastion of pre-season happenings. With this handy guide, you will be able to catch the crucial games with the best players (no b-squads playing colleges), avoid traffic and have a general good time. Click for details.
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