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One of China's four great ancient capitals, Nanjing is home to a wealth of history—much of it illuminated through architectural sites. In Nanjing, the old and new stand side-by-side, offering a unique experience for visitors.
Don't miss these sites on your Nanjing itinerary.
With a mid-Atlantic location conveniently seated between New York City and Philadelphia, the fourth smallest state is packed with enthralling attractions and destinations—from Princeton's classic campus to the world's first boardwalk, the oldest operating lighthouse to Thomas Edison's historic laboratory. Add in 130 miles of Atlantic shoreline, amusement parks, wineries, historic monuments and cultural attractions, and you'll discover why New Jersey is for groups!
California piers of yesteryear were used as centers for maritime trade. Today, these historical landmarks draw visitors for fishing, encounters with ocean wildlife and sun-drenched days spent exploring, shopping and dining. These eight piers are reason enough to visit the Golden State—so if you're planning a California itinerary, consider adding these eight cool piers.
Whether your group is on a pilgrimage or just stopping by, consider these seven religious roadside attractions in the United States—because faith is a journey, too.
Nominated for 14 Academy Awards and taking home six, La La Land dominated the box office in 2016. Now, sites from the film are ruling Los Angeles tourism. The film—which follows jazz pianist Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and aspiring actress Mia (Emma Stone) as they fall in love and chase their dreams while living in Los Angeles—was shot almost entirely in the city and has since inspired droves of movie fans to flock to locations featured in the picture. For a limited time, Warner Bros. is even resurrecting the film's coffee shop set on its studio tour. Here are six other locations the starstruck won't want to miss.