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The Most Underrated Places to Go in 2018

Browse most travel-focused Instagram feeds or peruse popular where-to-travel lists, and you’ll likely be presented with the usual suspects: Paris, Iceland, New York City, and the like. And while we love these major metropolises and countries, we’re also interested in the underdogs — the mainly undiscovered destinations that offer plenty of cultural appeal without the…

8 Cutest Small Towns in the Midwest

The Midwest is a big, beautiful place with an unfair reputation for being, well, boring. And when this region does get some much-deserved attention, travel guides and Instagram feeds focus mainly on state capitals and big cities. We have nothing against Madison and Chicago, but small Midwestern towns (with a population under around 15,000) might…

10 U.S. Cities Every Millennial Should Visit in Their 20s

According to FutureCast’s latest report, millennials contribute more than $200 billion to the travel industry each year. They’re traveling more than their Gen X parents did, and they crave something slightly different. They seek new experiences above all else and take frequent weekend trips. In fact, weekend excursions accounted for nearly half of all millennial…

The Scariest Haunted Houses in the U.S.

Susan Sermoneta/Flickr Scaring people during Halloween is a huge business in the U.S. America is home to more than 4,000 haunted attractions that rake in over $300 million per year. And while some of these spooky spots are kitschy, others incorporate Hollywood-level techniques to create seriously scary decomposed zombies, disembodied heads, and mutilated body parts.…

The Best Hotels for Family Reunions in the U.S.

Whether you have a yearly getaway with family members or the cousins are begging for a vacation outside of grandma’s house, a reunion at a family-centric hotel is an excellent option. Feature-packed resorts mean rambunctious youngsters have an outlet, and adults can retreat to a spa or pool when in need of some alone time.…

8 Millionaires’ Miles in Cities Around the World

Some of the ritziest real estate in the world can be found on the so-called “Millionaires’ Miles” or “Gold Coasts,” oh-so-exclusive residential areas in scenic areas of cities across the globe where luxury housing is the norm for the 1 (or .001) percent. For the rest of us, they’re gorgeous avenues to wander down and…

8 Fun Hotels for the Cheesiest Valentine’s Day Getaway EVER

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you may be scrambling for a fun and creative way to celebrate the day with your loved one. There’s a certain playfulness associated with the holiday that appears in the selection of oversized stuffed animals, chocolate candies, and over-the-top gestures meant to symbolize our love. For those who…

Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras (Besides New Orleans and Rio de Janeiro)

New Orleans and Rio may have two of the most famous Mardi Gras celebrations, but neither place is the original home of the holiday. In fact, it was two French-Canadian explorers who brought Mardi Gras to the city now known as Mobile, Alabama at the turn of the 17th century, about 15 years before New…

The 10 Most Adorable Cobblestone Streets in the U.S.

The undeniable history, charm, and romance of cobblestone streets have a way of winning over even the most stubborn of self-proclaimed modernists. If we’re going to be completely accurate, true “cobblestone” streets are only those that are distinctly bumpy, with roundish stones, originally designed for horses (and their hooves) to get a good grip. Later…

7 Awesome Hotels on Our Radar This Week

We get a lot of compliments from our fans here at Oyster.com. They love that our experts write extensive, comprehensive reviews of hotel properties around the world. They love that our photographers take hundreds of shots of each hotel, and even include 360-degree imagery. They love that — no matter where they want to go…