7 Must-See Old Towns in the Dalmatian Coast, Croatia

The following is a guest post from Wandering Feathers.

Where can you find picturesque cliffsides, red-tiled roofed buildings, and romantic old towns all in one place? Simple, the Dalmatian Coast.

The Dalmatian Coast is a 200-mile stretch of Croatian coastline from Zadar to Dubrovnik. The charming old towns that made this region famous owe their origins to the many Mediterranean empires, including Venice and Greece.

The old towns of Croatia are home to some of the most beautiful views of the Adriatic Sea. The old towns feature towering cathedrals, sprawling squares, colossal walls, and winding romantic alleyways.

However, each destination has its own special flair. Some reflect a Venetian influence, others have a multitude of modern cafes and bars, and some are quiet and romantic. Whatever appeals to your travel taste-buds, you can find it in the old towns of the Dalmatian Coast.

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15 of the Best Belgian Beer Brands to Try When Visiting Belgium

The following is a guest post by A Wandering Web.

“Don’t drink water, drink only beer!” declared Bishop Arnold, now the Patron Saint of Beer.

He was speaking to people in his Belgian village during an outbreak of the plague in medieval times. Saint Arnold believed the water to be contaminated. He just might have been right because after his statement, the disease was stopped in its tracks.

Belgian's love of beer started off right, and continues to this very day.

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What To Do in Cuba On a Two Week Itinerary

The following is a guest post from Travels with Talek.

If you want to know what to do in Cuba on a two-week itinerary, these suggestions will help you maximize your time.
To say two weeks is not enough to truly appreciate Cuba is an understatement. Still, with a little planning and some basic knowledge of key destinations and transportation, you will make the most of your time in this fascinating country and to understand the dos and don’ts of Cuba.

Cuba will surprise you with its dramatic colonial architecture, lush countryside and golden beaches. It will charm you with its friendly people and beguile you with its music and art.

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10 of the Best Things to Do in Lisbon, Portugal

The following is a guest post by the Portugalist.

Lisbon is a city that’s hot on everyone’s itineraries, and it’s easy to see why. It’s affordable, the weather is normally fantastic, and the people are incredibly welcoming.

There are so many things to do in Lisbon, Portugal, as well. Maybe there’s even a little too much. A complete list of the top things to do in Lisbon would span several pages, but this list is a little more compact and features 10 of the very best things.

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