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Every town has one area that is known for its ultra-hip, stylish and artistic vibe. With the huge upsurge in street style visibility, many previously unknown neighborhoods of major cities are appearing on Instagram feeds, style blogs and even in

Halloween, oh, Halloween…. The 31st of October is an exciting day indeed, a night where you can embody someone or something you’re not, join with friends and family in fun, spooky parties, scare yourself silly in haunted houses, and explore

Just recently, Vine Vera showed you the first part of our Malbec-centric wine-tasting travel guide featuring the Mendoza province of Argentina, where Malbec was grown and popularized outside of France for the first time. Today, though, we're giving you part

Family friendly destinations are coming up with all sorts of options which allow parents to entertain their kids and also get to enjoy some personal time with their spouses. What makes many of the destinations on this list so special

The world may be getting smaller with every passing day, but the number of extraordinary travel experiences waiting for you simply keep increasing. There may be nothing new to discover, after all, the internet has ensured that everything worth sharing

Breathtaking beaches. Serene old-world towns. Meandering biking lanes. World famous shacks. Non-stop partying. Endless sunshine. Happy people. That’s just what summertime vacations are all about. Whether you prefer to sleep in the laps of Mother Nature or excite your senses

Choosing the best wine regions is like choosing the best art destinations around the world. Each region has its unique style and character, and each destination offers something entirely different than the other. No matter how many vineyard tours you

Pinot Noir is an extremely delicate grape that has a zesty acidity and a pale color. It can be found in most major wine regions across the world, but its taste and flavor can differ with the slightest change in