Travel Blogger Cailin O'Neil explains how Montreal is one of those cities that will show you its best, even if you only have 48 hours.
Got 48 hours in Quito? Take it outside with writer and photographer Greg Snell as he shares his favourite ways to maximize your time in the world's second highest capital city.
Got 48 hours to spend in Kyoto? Join travel writer Jenna Francisco as she highlights some of the most unique experiences Japan's historical heart has on offer.
If you've ever been invited to a bachelor party you have an idea of what you're in for. But what if that bachelor party were in Cusco, Peru? Travel blogger Greg Snell shares his late-night and early-morning experiences. Grab an Alka Seltzer and settle in.
Let Wanderer-in-Residence Nellie Huang show you all there is to do with your 48 hours in Marrakech.
G Adventures' Lisa Warner waxes on Luxor as the standout highlight in Egypt. Find out why while the pyramids are a must-see for anyone visiting Egypt, she's more than happy to trade the hustle and bustle of Cairo for the world’s “greatest open-air museum.”
China's got centuries of history, iconic landmarks, and cosmopolitan cities. But what of the countryside? Take 48 hours to explore Yangshuo – you won't regret it!
Today, we take a look at two of Guatemala's gems: Antigua and Lake Atitlán. (Really, we're just trying to entice you to go. Pretty sneaky, hey?)
G Adventures' very own Casey Mead—a proud Kiwi—shares her favourite spots in and around Auckland.
Nestled inside of Banff National Park and alongside the majestic Rockies, Banff has a little something for everyone.
With its slew of ancient palaces, temples and hutongs (old neighborhoods), Beijing is a city that is so emblematic of China that you can’t come to this part of the world and not spend time here.
Ironically, London suits sunny days, those days that defy stereotypes but consider yourself blessed if you live a day in her Majesty’s yard with out rain. And, if you only have two days in the city, here are a few suggestions for things to see and do!
G Adventures' own Kathy Meresz shares her favourite spots around Budpest.
Vienna has been at a crossroads for some time, lingering somewhere between the imperial grandeur of the Habsburg-era and a modern European city finding its way in the new millennium. In the last several years there is a new energy flowing through Vienna.
As one of the most vibrant capitals in Southeast Asia, Bangkok has an energy level and personality that few other cities can rival.
Brimming with fashionista charm, Reykjavik is dotted with boutiques, cafés and colorful two-tone houses.
Dubrovnik, Croatia is a city in Eastern Europe whose popularity has been increasing greatly in the past few years.
Join us on a 48 hour trip around Colombia's most innovative city.
Mexico City, is in a word, immense. At an elevation of 2,240 meters, covering over 1,400 square kilometers, and boasting a population of 21 million, the numbers alone are enough to intimidate new arrivals.
Tokyo. Japan’s capital city. 13 million people. Business, fashion, shopping, and all things futuristic. It’s the home of anime, neon lights, cosplay, and outrageous piles of raw fish.