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Destinations That are Legendary for Their Coffee Beans

Coffee is the third-most popular drink in the world behind only water and tea. Today, the mighty coffee bean is cultivated in over 70 countries. While coffee beans have traditional been grown and cultivated near the equator, a greater understanding of agriculture is leading to more countries throwing their hats in the ring. Still, Central America, Southeast Asia, and Africa continue to lead the charge in terms of coffee bean cultivation. But where is coffee the most popular around the globe?

Venice Begins Plan to Crack Down On Over-Tourism

Tourists have been flocking to Venice since the days of the early 18th century. According to the Port Authority, Venice had over 36 million international visitors in 2017, nearly a 10% rise over the previous year. Between April to October, an estimated 32,000 cruise ship passengers disembark daily, according to the Port Authority. The National Tourism Agency adds that in August, 465,100 day-trippers add an additional 2.2 million overnight tourists.

Small Town Festivals You Need to Know About

Come and discover the joy of small-town America by attending one of the many diverse festivals held each year throughout the country. Regardless of if your interest is local food and drink, stunning displays of nature, or arts and cultural offerings, you will find something to suit your fancy at one of the nation’s quaint festivals. Here are four of the best festivals to consider for your next weekend getaway:

Exploring The Hidden Moscow

Moscow is a cornucopia of sights, sounds, and smells. As the premier city in Russia, Moscow is the cosmopolitan heart of the country as well as its cultural backbone. A trip to Russia’s capital city will be unlike anything else that you have ever experienced. From stunning architecture to historical palaces to a dazzling array of arts and cultural experiences, Moscow represents the spirit of Russia in every detail. Here are just a few of the reasons why a trip to Moscow should be in your travel future:

Top Cruises You Should Take This Fall

Fall is one of the best times to take a cruise. With kids back in school and summer partiers back to work, ships are less crowded and you can find sweet, sweet discounts. You’ll get pools to yourself, cooler temperatures and spectacular scenery this time of year.