One of Havana's public taxis stopping in front of a row of colorful buildings on the Paseo de Martí.

Sights Along Havana’s Paseo de Martí

Havana’s Paseo de Martí, colloquially known as the Prado, is a kilometer-long tree-lined boulevard full of interesting history, events, and unique architectural sights. Get to know the area by following this walk-along tour.

Botany Bay, Sydney, Australia, at sunset.

Sydney’s Best Day Trips

Day trips offered in and around Sydney are mostly outdoor excursions immersing you in the land and culture of the country. These are tours in every sense of the word, which means you can expect a comfortable, accessible experience with nothing more challenging than a walk. Included are two great recommendations for sticking to the city or venturing out into the bush for more than a day.

A Guided Walk Along Calle Obispo in Havana

Pedestrians-only Calle Obispo links Plaza de Armas with Parque Central and is Habana Vieja’s busiest shopping street. Beginning in Plaza Albear, this walking tour takes you to all the architectural sights and museums along the way to Plaza de Armas.

Exterior of the Mabel Dodge Luhan House / Inn in Taos. New Mexico.

Taos Plaza Walking Tour

Here you’ll find the major sights around Taos Plaza listed in the order of a potential walking tour. Stroll quickly to get oriented, or take your time and visit the museums along the way. Either way, you’ll pass a few other historical spots as well.

New Mexico's Pedernal Peak, seen from Ghost Ranch.

Visiting Ghost Ranch in New Mexico

Despite the name, Ghost Ranch has very little to do with hauntings. Instead on the retreat’s grounds you’ll find ample opportunity to explore, from museums of anthropology and paleontology to a handful of hikes that lead to beautiful panoramic views.

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.