Pedestrians in the underground are silhouetted as light filters through a skylight and reflects on the glossy floors.

Montréal’s Underground City

What started as a solution to cover old railway tracks soon became an integral part of Montréal’s urban planning. Learn more about the history and purpose of the Underground City.

The Atlanta Pride Parade.

Atlanta for LGBT Travelers

Atlanta has long been recognized as the gay capital of the Southeast, a tolerant oasis that draws queer residents and tourists from all over the country. Find information on bars, clubs, gay-friendly shops, and more.

Dupont Circle is a popular neighborhood for shopping in Washington DC

The Best Shopping in Washington DC

Washington DC has great neighborhood shopping with unique stores and boutiques. Some of the stores are geared toward high-end consumers, but there are also many “finds” if you know where to look.

A colorful woven basket by a Navajo artisan.

Shopping for Authentic Native American Art in Tucson

Despite being hundreds of miles from the Navajo and Hopi Reservations in northeastern Arizona, Tucson has long been known as a center for Native American arts. Here’s a primer on purchasing authentic arts and jewelry and supporting Native American artists.

The Cape Fear River in North Carolina's Raven Rock State Park.

Touring the Sandy Lowlands: Barbecue, Antiques, and More

Between the Triangle and the beaches are a band of small towns like Wilson which continue to be culturally vital, architecturally interesting, and full of good places to browse for antiques and to gobble up barbecue. Here’s a quick look at the Sandy Lowland’s towns and state parks.

She She Bags & Shoes in Trounce Alley. Photo © Blake Handley, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Shopping in the Core of Historic Victoria

With gift shops, art galleries, clothing boutiques, and more, Victoria is a shopper’s delight. Although the city doesn’t have defined shopping precincts, this article provides an overview of shopping destinations within the downtown core.

A sign in big block letters rimmed with unlit neon placed in the upper span of the bridge to Granville island.

Shopping on Vancouver’s Granville Island

Interested in the arts? Enjoy browsing through unique market stalls? You’ll find all this and more on bustling Granville Island. Here are several suggestions and helpful links for shopping in this waterfront district.

A set of dia de los muertos handicrafts on display.

Shopping in San José del Cabo’s Centro Historico

From souvenirs to collectible furnishings, you can find a little of everything along the streets of San José. And unlike in Cabo San Lucas, here you can browse at a leisurely pace without worrying about aggressive shop owners encouraging you to make a purchase.