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A UNESCO World Heritage city to learn more about lies in the central highlands of Mexico. Guanajuato was discovered in 1559 mainly due to the gold and silver mines that lie below the surface. Beautiful plazas, brightly colored houses, and ornate colonial buildings only describe a small portion of this quaint Mexican city that lies of steep slopes. Annually, the Festival Cervantino is held here to display the arts in all forms. Come here to sample a taste of an enriched, beautiful city that is full of culture throughout and discover for yourself why this place has been chosen to be on the UNESCO World Heritage List!
Bali is known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic beaches and what seems to be the ultimate paradise. Not to mention, the Island of Gods and where rich, diverse culture is seen everywhere you look. Bali is apart of the Coral Triangle, which has the highest diversity of marine animals in the entire world making the surrounding reefs a treat among many. Its surfing and beaches have attracted people for decades but its over 10,000 temples and wild jungles attract the true adventures. Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali that encompasses 14 villages to explore on foot. Here many market stalls selling artisan crafts cater to the tourist as well as the many wellness amenities including spas, yoga, and meditation classes. Here soak up the tranquil surroundings of green rice terraces that cling to the edge of hills and serenity that is all around you. Ubud has been increasingly popular with food over the past few years and this is the 4th year for its Ubud Food Festival that hosts dozens of events, cook-offs, demos, food tours, and more in mid April.
When you think of visiting Germany, I’m sure Bayreuth isn’t towards the top of that list. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, Germany does offer a lot, but we’re here to change that. Bayreuth is a music town with roots dating back to the 12th century. Here you will find two of the world’s most famous opera houses, The Bayreuth Festspielhaus and the Margravial Opera House, which also is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Margravial was built in the mid 1700’s and has been under refurbishment since 2012 but as it turns out the opera house is opening back up this April for the first time in 6 years so now is your chance to see a truly remarkable restoration whether opera is your thing or not. These opera houses have such importance in influence in the area that there is a massive opera festival held here annually. The Wagner Fest, named after 19th century German composer Richard Wagner, hold performances of his original compositions for 60,000 fans who attend annually.
It’s time for a birthday party because the Big Easy is turning 300! That’s right, the usually rustle and bustle, parties and endless festivities turned up to 300! Ever since Katrina hit 13 years ago, the city has had the chance to redevelop itself into a new, New Orleans. A redeveloped business district, new restaurants deepening the already endless array of comfort creole delicacies, and now for a grand celebration of it all. Of course you have the usual festivities such as the number one destination for Mardi Gras and jazz festivals but now those festivals are going to be extra special on its Tricentennial. And not just those festivals, but all celebrations: Halloween, Christmas, NOLA running of the bulls, Navy Week, French Quarters fest, and even WrestleMania to be turned up to 300. Expect there to be new art work all around the city commemorating the birthday and the normal continuous buzz to be turned up a few notches all year.