From fires to earthquakes, these cities were completely annihilated and rebuilt from ashes.
Long before the Hellfire Club became associated with the new season of “Stranger Things,” it was an 18th-century gathering of hedonistic British aristocracy.
Heroes, bears, and kid eaters—these are the legends behind Bern’s most elaborate fountains.
A short history of southern rock, go-go, and other American musical genres—and where to catch the beat.
You won’t found art inside this bizarre museum in Turkey.
In Guadalajara, Mexico, locals are finding creative and cultural ways to break multiple Guinness World Records: Record for the Largest Mexican Folk Dance, Record for the Largest Tequila Tasting Event, Record for the Largest Bead Mosaic Image Ever Made, Record for the Largest Mazapán Peanut Candy, and more!
From a castle that stretches across a river to a castle sitting on its own rock island, Europe has a stunning array of waterfront castles to visit.
Tap into decades past by swimming at these stunning pools housed within historic hotels.
For centuries, swashbuckling buccaneers ruled the seven seas, leaving many stories in their wake.
In Japan, a cat named Sanjuro is the lord of a literal castle called Bitchu Matsuyama.