Tucked inside the campus of Indiana University, the Lilly Library is your one-stop shop for rare cultural treasures

See the Gutenberg Bible, 32,000 3D Mechanical Puzzles and a Lock of Edgar Allen Poe’s Hair at This Rare Library

Curiosity is a credential at Indiana University Library’s Lilly Library

Tagliatelle with meat sauce, an iconic Italian dish.

Immerse Yourself in Italian Cuisine at These Eight Cooking Schools

From local women to world-renowned chefs, here's a delicious way to get in touch with your inner Italian

The Consuegra Windmills.

Relive 'Don Quixote' With a Trip Through Miguel de Cervantes’ Spain

Tilt at windmills for the 400th anniversary of the author's death

Lesser flamingos feed on Lake Natron with Shompole Volcano in the background.

The Deadly Lake Where 75 Percent of the World's Lesser Flamingos Are Born

Lake Natron will kill a human, but flamingos breed on its salty water

The 29 Can't-Miss Summer Festivals of 2016

Get out and enjoy the summer sun—we've compiled a list of the best ways to enjoy the summer splendor across North America

A skin affliction on display at the Moulage Museum.

See Over 2,000 Wax Models of Skin Diseases at This Swiss Medical Moulage Museum

It's hard to look, and hard to look away, at this unique, and medically valuable, collection of wax blisters, hives and sores

At Modern Toilet, guests sit on toilets and eat out of bathroom appliance-shaped dinnerware.

Explore Taiwan’s Unique Themed Restaurant Culture

Themed restaurants take Taiwan by storm

The Dueling Oaks in New Orleans' City Park

Discover America's Bloody History at Five Famous Dueling Grounds

Men defended their delicate honor at these bloody sites across the U.S.

Labyrinth of the Chartres Cathedral in France.

Walk the World's Most Meditative Labyrinths

History meets harmony on these time-worn paths

Montruex's Freddie Mercury statue

Break Free in Freddie Mercury's Montreux

Visit the Swiss town where Queen's frontman recorded some of his greatest hits

The ramen shops.

Discover the Real Ramen at a Shrine to Slurpy Noodles

The iconic dish has surprising regional roots

Cow by Bear. Eat cow... served by a bear.

Eat Dinner Cooked by a Bear

This furry chef serves international cuisine in San Diego—when he isn't hibernating

A Cheese-Lover’s Guide to the Midwest

America's heartland is a cheesy paradise

Cow trekking at Bolderhof.

Save a Horse, Ride a Cow Through the Swiss Alps

A farm in Switzerland offers a slow moo-tion ride through the alpine countryside

The museum has generated controversy over gentrification of Rio de Janeiro ahead of the 2016 Olympics.

Imagining an Alarming Future at Brazil's Museum of Tomorrow

The ambitious museum looks at where humankind is headed—and asks how they'll live in a post-climate-change world

A sauna on the lakefront for Sauna Day.

Explore Helsinki's Private Saunas

Finland celebrates its first festival devoted to a steamy tradition

Belize's Lighthouse Reef Atoll surrounds the Blue Hole, a sunken cave system that is a haven for marine life and scuba divers.

Visit a Vertical Underwater Cave in Belize

The Great Blue Hole is the world's largest natural formation of its kind

Eric Oborski's passports. The thickest one, which he used from 1997 to 2007, contains 331 pages.

This Could Be the World's Largest Passport

Meet the man who has filled over 1,400 pages of passport during a life of travel

Ellis Emmett, diving between two continents in Silfra.

Dive Between Two Continents in This Frigid Fissure in Iceland

Filled with pure glacier water, Silfra is the only place on Earth where divers can touch two continental plates at once

Andreas, one of the farmers at Eigeralp.

Live Like a Swiss Alpine Cheesemaker for a Weekend

Get a taste of life in the Alps without the commitment

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