This isn’t going to be the easiest beach to find, as there are several tiny, winding roads that need to be traveled — and that’s the effortless part. Make sure you’ve stretched, as there are hundreds of steps to go down to get to the beach.
If you don’t feel like braving the crowds at the Trevi fountain check out the lesser-known but equally fascinating Piazza Navona in Rome. It doesn’t just have a fountain, it has three — and it’s also home to many buskers, painters and festivals.
The entire picturesque Canadian isle already feels like a special secret that you wish you’d known about sooner. Discover an even more beautiful side to P.E.I. and take in the rolling dunes of Stanhope Beach.
This converted rail track is now an elevated park and promenade where New Yorkers go to take in the greenery and participate in one of the many activities happening there, including dancing, star-gazing, meditation and more.
Instead of gawking at the Eiffel tower, feel like a real Parisian and take in some French cinema on a rainy afternoon at La Pagode. This pagoda-style art-house cinema was built in 1896 and features breathtaking architecture and an Japanese-inspired garden