Via Dolorosa: Following the Last Steps of Jesus

Via Dolorosa is a numbered trail that winds through the Old City, marking locations of significant moments during Jesus’ journey bearing the cross he was crucified on. Here’s a detailed list of the various locations along the trail.

Belize’s Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

A 33-mile drive from Belize City, or a little over an hour by bus, the island village and wildlife sanctuary of Crooked Tree are primary destinations for serious bird-watchers. Lily Girma provides an overview of Crooked Tree, including information on hiking, lagoons, and the annual cashew festival.

Take a Guided Tour of Savannah, Georgia

Savannah’s tourist boom has resulted in a similar explosion of more than 50 separate tour services, ranging from guided trolley journeys to carriage rides to ecotourism adventures. Author Jim Morekis lists the most notable offerings to choose from when planning your trip.

Three New Ways to Experience Toronto

Author Carolyn B. Heller shares several new, exciting experiences in Toronto. From the country’s first urban national park to unique (and private!) walking tours, these are worth checking out on your next visit to the city.

Tours of Sacramento

If you’re visiting California’s capital, whether you’re a history buff or a foodie, there’s a tour available to suit your needs. Author Christopher Arns suggests options for seeing the city by foot, bike, and boat.

Historic Sights in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter and East Village

Named for the gas lanterns that lit area streets during downtown’s formative years, the Gaslamp Quarter now enjoys the distinction of being the epicenter of downtown San Diego’s ritzy club and lounge scene. In spite of the partying, the area hasn’t lost touch with its heritage; within the nearly 17-block neighborhood there are over 90 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Here are seven historic sights worth checking out.

Tour Operators in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has a slew of tour operators offering a variety of adventures that span the spectrum from guided city walks to deep-sea dives to mountain-climbing hikes. All tour companies require reservations.

What to See in Belém, Brazil

Belem, Brazil is a melting pot of the ancient, the old, and the modern. Expert Michael Sommers guides us through the best areas and neighborhoods, and educates us on the history of local life in Belem.