Explore Brazil’s Top Adventure Travel Destinations

When you think of Brazil, is Rio de Janeiro the first thing that comes to mind? Brazil's second largest city (and top tourist destination) is worth a visit, but the country has much more to offer. The largest nation in South America boasts rainforests, wetlands, mountains and sand dunes-- making it the perfect playground for adventure travelers.

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Treat Yourself to EDITION Istanbul, Turkey’s New “7 star” Hotel

Istanbul’s newest luxury hotel offers wood-paneled suites, a Cipriani Restaurant and a spa that takes up three floors. The Edition Istanbul appears to live up to its reputation as a “seven star” property (a claim made by one of its developers). The 78 room hotel is located in Levent, a business district populated with skyscrapers, and boasts a sleek design.

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Free Pirate Festivals Offer Music, Parades and Parties

Are you looking for an action-packed vacation that won’t break your budget? Head to a pirate festival! These free events feature live music, historical reenactments and parades.

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Cheap Alternatives to Broadway Shows in New York City

You want see a Broadway show but don’t have hundreds of dollars to spend on tickets. Don’t despair! There are plenty of inexpensive shows in New York City that provide the Broadway experience at a fraction of the price. Check out our top budget alternatives.

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Explore the Cave Churches and Stunning Scenery in Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia, Turkey is a popular travel destination known for its “fairy chimneys”—towers of rock that stand up to 130 feet high and stretch for miles. This UNESCO World Heritage Site features hotels, churches and homes carved right into the rock. Most travelers stay in Göreme, a small town with stunning views of the rock formations.

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