In the age of coronavirus, traipsing through the sewers of a busy city seems like an unlikely tourist activity—except in Antwerp.
Don’t fall for this scaaaaaaaaaaam.
It may not be literally lit, but it’s definitely figuratively lit.
Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand, where a group of boys were trapped and rescued, has been bombarded by tourists since it opened less than two weeks ago.
In general, “tourist attractions” get a bad rap in the oh-so-prestigious travel world.
In its artistic renderings, the soon-to-be complete Dubai Frame monument seems to glisten over the metropolis.