Whether you are getting lost in the small alleyways of a Moroccan fortified village or on the buzzing night markets of a metropolitan city like Bangkok, foreign cities bring a lot of magic to the table, as long as you know where to find it.
Searching for the right places to visit, walk or eat isn't always so easy, so this is a good way to start getting inspired. But most of all, don't forget to get lost!
In the outskirts of the center, conveniently located in close proximity to Bangkok’s city trains, this urban design hotel is one of your best picks in Thailand’s capital.
When you think of white villages in Morocco, most people imagine the well known beach-town Essaouira, but few know there is also a charming little town located in the North of this colourful country, completely colourless.
Welcome to La Paz, one of the most bedazzling cities in the Southern Hemisphere. The Bolivian commercial capital will quite literally take your breath away, as this urban jungle is set spectacularly in the mountains, over 3500m above sea level.
It is not without reason that Buenos Aires is often named as one of the trendiest cities of the Southern Hemisphere. This city bursts with culture; the dynamic street art that is scattered around the neighbourhoods, the captivating tango
The exciting seaside city of Rio de Janeiro has many faces, with the Santa Teresa neighbourhood being Rio's bohemian and artistic one. Winding streets, bold murals and leafy corners mark this hilltop district.
Salvador or Sao Salvador is the capital of the swinging Brazilian state Bahia, in the North Eastern part of the country. This remarkable city brings together an eclectic mix of African, Portuguese and of course Brazilian influences.
As much as we are all about off the beaten track travel here at the Travel Lab, when it is your first time in New York City aka 'The city of Dreams' it is part of the experience to cross a few famous landmarks off the list that you have seen over and over gain in every serie, movie or ad.
You can easily wonder around the alleyways of Marrakech for days and getting completely lost in the Medina's maze is the rule rather than the exception. Having a bit of an idea of what to see and where to go really helps your case in this city, so here our some of our favourite things about Marrakech for first timers.
When a town is registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List AND also used as a movie set for 'the Gladiator', 'The Mummy' and 'Game of Thrones' to name just a few, you know to set your expectations high.
There are some places in the world that, as soon as you set foot in them, feel like home. They stick with you, center you and give you a new perspective on life. One of these places is the charming little beach town Taghazout.