Plaza Botero. Photo © Guía de Viajes Oficial de Medellín, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Downtown Medellín Walking Tour

Medellín’s brash downtown is a compact history tour comprising stoic remnants from the colonial era, brick and mortar evidence of Medellín’s rising as Colombia’s most important industrial center in the early 20th century, and the vibrant public spaces, modern transportation systems, and futuristic architecture showing this proud city’s 21st-century optimism.

The Customs House dates back to 1751. Photo © Susanna Henighan Potter.

Explore Christiansted National Historic Site

Comprising five historic structures dating to the earliest days of Danish colonization, Christiansted National Historic Site is the natural starting point for any exploration of historic Christiansted. Take a moment to enjoy the view outside on the expansive lawns, then delve into the site’s history by exploring inside.

A tour guide answers questions for the women in his tour group.

Take a Walking Tour of Sydney

Taking a walking tour of Sydney is an excellent way to see the sights relevant to your interests and learn about the city and its history. Here are some recommended tours, both self-guided and with a group, that are among the most interesting, unique, and downright fun options offered.

‘Iolani Palace, with its glass and ironwork imported from San Francisco and its Corinthian columns, is the only true royal palace in America.

Best Sights in Downtown Honolulu

The best sights in downtown Honolulu are steeped in Hawaii’s political history. Those interested in architecture will find plenty to capture their interest, especially in America’s only true royal palace and a New England-style church built from hand-harvested coral.

A mural of a train station at the Laupahoehoe Train Museum on the Big Island.

Sights on the Hamakua Coast of Hawai‘i

Sightseeing on the Hamakua Coast of the Big Island is a nice mix with a few places to simply relax and enjoy the island, a bit of history and culture, the usual beach activities, and a few surprises like zip lining above beautiful gardens (that you can also explore on foot).

Edificio El Moro (La Lotería) and Torre del Caballito along Paseo de la Reforma. Photo © pegatina1, licensed Creative Commons Attribution No-Derivatives.

A Walking Tour Along the Paseo de la Reforma

On Sundays, the Paseo de la Reforma is closed to automobile traffic, so it’s a wonderful time to take a stroll or rent a bike for a leisurely exploration of Reforma’s many monuments and public sculptures.

Charles Bridge, one of Prague’s most celebrated attractions.

The Royal Route: Walk With Kings in Prague

One of the most enjoyable ways to see the best of Prague’s offerings is to follow the Royal Route—the historical path Bohemian monarchs took on their way to being crowned at Prague Castle’s St. Vitus Cathedral.

More than 300,000 soldiers from every U.S. military conflict are buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Arlington National Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknowns

The cemetery is a sprawling 200-acre burial site where more than 300,000 soldiers from every U.S. military conflict are buried. The uniform, white tombstones form an orderly quilt across the rolling green fields of the cemetery and are meticulously maintained. On average, more than two dozen funerals are held each weekday. Find out more about “Our Nation’s Most Sacred Shrine” at