Wondering what the best airlines are according to the average flyer? TripAdvisor (SmarterTravel’s parent company) gives a good idea in its Travelers’ Choice best airline rankings each year based on real travelers’ reviews. And the results are different than most trade studies that list the “best airlines.”
Known as the steak capital of the world, Buenos Aires has a reputation for choice cuts – but there’s more to the city than meaty menus. A new wave of Buenos Aires vegetarian restaurants are opening alongside the traditional parrillas (barbecues), carving a new culinary identity for the city. Many restaurants will provide a vegetarian option, but the trendy barrio of Palermo is where you’ll find the biggest batch of plant-based options. Between the street art and the French-style architecture, there’s everything from New York-style bagels to seasonal small plates. So whether you’re craving some vegan ice cream or want to sample the local sourdough, here’s our guide to the best Buenos Aires vegetarian and vegan restaurants.
Female solo travel is on the rise worldwide, and it's something that can be enjoyed by women of all ages. Five women who love to travel solo have shared some of their stories with us, explaining what it's like to travel solo in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s.
Location is a huge factor when you're job hunting. In some cases, it's simple math—thanks to population size and the concentration of many industries in specific regions, there are typically more jobs in cities than in rural areas, and more jobs in big cities than in small ones. But according to a new WalletHub analysis of the best job markets across the U.S., you'd be better off job hunting in Scottsdale, Arizona, than New York or Los Angeles.
Jammu and Kashmir is one of those states that has become famous for its many sided culture. The three regions namely Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh have different people with their diverse culture and traditions.
Since it opened in Manhattan in 2004, the Gansevoort Hotel, with its rooftop pool overlooking the meatpacking district, has been generating buzz. The owners hoped to take that buzz to South Beach, where they bought a vast 1960s building called the Roney Plaza and carved out a 334-room hotel along one edge.
As far as tourist destinations go, few cities can rival the likes of New York, Washington, D.C., Las Vegas, Orlando and Los Angeles. But if you haven't been before, each of these places can overwhelm and easily fill an entire week. The solution?
What are the poorest countries in the world? The rankings below were published in Wikipedia from International Monetary Fund’s 2011 gross domestic product per capita (GDP per capita) report and reflecting the countries with the lowest purchasing power parity (PPP). Since 1970, there has been encouraging news emerging from developing countries. According to the UN’s 2010 Human Development Report, life expectancy in developing countries has increased from 59 years in 1970 to 70 years in 2010. School enrolment climbed from 55% to 70% of all primary and secondary school-age children. Also, in the last forty years, per capita GDP doubled to more than ten thousand U.S. dollars. Poor countries are catching up with the wealthier countries, but not all countries are making fast progress. For example, some countries in Sub-Sahara Africa have little or no progress, largely due to the HIV epidemic and civil wars.