If you’re a history buff, you probably know the names of all the key players in the American Revolution as well as you know your best friends. A trip to Boston lets you walk where those historical figures walked, and hang out in their favorite haunts.
Wander Camagüey’s historic district, defined by a maze-like network of streets and alleys that are punctuated by plazas and other colonial marvels. Cuba’s third-largest city earned its spot on UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list with its labyrinthine layout.
Looking for an authentic Cuban experience devoid of tourist traps and big resorts? Head to the eastern city of San Isidoro de Holguin, where industrial meets tropical. Though Holguin is Cuba’s fourth largest city, a day is the perfect amount of time to explore its colonial-era buildings and open spaces that have inspired the nickname “City of Parks.”
Savannah is one of the oldest cities in the country, and it has a lot to offer on top of St. Patrick’s Day and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. You’ll likely arrive later in the day on Friday, so hit the ground running to get as much out of your weekend as possible.
Visit landmark structures in Washington, DC—from the Old Stone House to the White House—and embark on a lively and eye-opening trek into quirky American history.