Ah, summer travel. As children, many of us remember a summer trip as a one-week jaunt to Disney World, a long-weekend of camping nearby, or a road trip in the family’s station wagon. Now that we’re all grown up, summer travel can be nearly anything we want it to be – from a short weekend getaway to a three month career break trip around the world.
This week on BootsnAll, we’re talking about summer adventures on a more epic scale. Today we’re taking a look at how you can travel like a local in Buenos Aires all year round, including summer (whether you go for North America’s summer or not). Tomorrow we’re off to China, scoping out lesser known places to visit in this massive country. This week’s Round the World Wednesday column will explore the world of adventure travel, with tips and advice on booking an adventure tour for your trip. And we’ve got a few more surprising destinations in store as well.
So where are you going on your travels this summer? Here are a few ideas to get your started planning:
- 5 Best US Cities for a National Parks Vacation
- 8 Reasons to Move Albania to the Top of Your Travel List
- 10 Lesser-Known Places to Visit in Italy
- 7 Reasons to Visit Spain’s Costa de la Luz
- 7 Affordable Places to Go on An African Safari
- Top 10 Destinations for Independent Travelers in 2011
- 12 Less Visited Countries and Why You Should Go There
- 5 Countries to Visit for Under $500
Photo by Alex Dram