Fodor's Week in Travel: Off the Beaten Path

Posted by Abbey Chase on May 30, 2014 at 3:00:00 PM EDT | Post a Comment

Nothing ruins a vacation like being stuck in the middle of a crowd, and with so many great things to see away from the throngs, there's no reason your next trip shouldn't take you somewhere blissfully secluded. This week, we did some digging to find the best places that you won't find in every guidebook, to make sure you won't have to fight to get that perfect view. Whether you're looking to escape the Parisian crowds or jet off to a lesser-known city in the Far East, we'll help you get away from it all in our weekly roundup.

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