If you've been considering a trip to South America, this summer might be the perfect opportunity to take one. Beginning June 17, Americans will no longer need to purchase a $44 e-visa to travel to Brazil. The same goes for citizens of Canada, Australia, and Japan. Visitors will be able to remain in the country for 90 days, with an option to extend their stay to 180 days. Here are 13 photos that will make you want to book a flight sooner rather than later.
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Every country has its share of tourist traps. Europe has the Leaning Tower of Pisa; the US has the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Mall of America. But sometimes a site that many consider to be a "trap" is actually worth seeing. We rounded up 25 attractions around the world that might be crowded or costly, but still warrant a visit. From Ireland's Cliffs of Moher to Turkey's Grand Bazaar, here are the places that travelers should be keeping on their bucket lists.
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Gas stations — the place where you stop for, well, gas. Sometimes they'll have the occasional convenience store for you to stock up on road trip essentials like chips and soda. But Joe's Kansas City BBQ will make you want to plan a pit stop centering around a gas station. Stop by and you can be one of the 1,000 people they serve every day.
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Choosing the perfect spring break destination isn't always as easy as it seems. There are tons of options out there, which can make choosing just one feel really overwhelming. If you need ideas for a great spring break trip, here are 50 destinations everyone wants to visit in the US.
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There is no shortage of affordable deals on Airbnb, but are rarely as Instagram-worthy as the tree houses that are currently taking over social media. The "Rumah Pohon" tree houses are located on the island of Nusa Penida, which is southeast of Bali, Indonesia, and they currently start at only $42 per night.
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