There’s nothing better than traveling for the holidays. Exploring a new place, whether it’s with friends or family, is always a great way to get away from everything, for a while. It also works wonders on your perception of life and on your understanding of your inner self.

With the Holidays around the corner, you should be eager to unplug from the daily routine. We’ve put a list of our top three unique places you should definitely visit to help you accomplish that.



Edinburgh, Scotland

Why you should visit:

The capital city of Scotland is filled of legendary restaurants and it is known for having the best whisky bars.

Key places:

Arthur’s Seat

The main peak of the group of hills in Scotland offers the country’s magnificent views.

Royal Mile

A succession of streets forms the main thoroughfare of the Old Town in Edinburgh. Lined with some of the city’s top attractions, the Royal Mile is full of shops and restaurants that offer a great walk along with fancy architecture for tourists.


Valparaíso, Chile

Why you should visit: 

A major city, seaport and educational center, Valparaíso is known for its brightly colored houses, bohemian culture and beautiful side views that will make you fall in love at first sight.

Key places:

La Sebastiana

Located in Bellavista, La Sebastiana’s most famous resident artist was Pablo Neruda, who made a point of watching Valparaíso’s annual New Year’s fireworks from this house at the top of hill.

Cerro Concepcion

A must-see place in Valparaíso, Cerro Concepcion is a place with impressive views, unique architecture and a wide culture.


Zaragoza, Spain

Why you should visit:

A rich blend of historic and modern, Zaragoza is the ideal destination for people who enjoy an elegant, vibrant and fascinating lifestyle. Also, the city offers the best tapas in the province, as well as a vigorous nightlife.

Key Places:

Basílica del Pilar

Better known as El Pilar, the basílica is one of the two major cathedrals in the heart of Zaragoza, Spain. It is also an art centre containing a collection of valuable objects from different periods.

Zaragoza Market

The market has been in the same location in this city since the 13th century, offering everything from freshly-picked mushrooms to limes, sausages, cheeses, olives, tomatoes, beans and vegetables.