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April 29, 2016 in Biking / (0) comments

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VBT bikes Slovenia

America’s 35th President, John F. Kennedy, once said that “nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike,” and we couldn’t agree more—especially when you choose bicycling as your mode of exploration. When you see a new destination from behind the window of a giant tour bus, you don’t get to fully experience all the sights, smells and sounds… Read More

San Gimignano VBT Biking

One of the many reasons why we love to travel is to experience many wonderful cultures around the world. History plays a vital role in the cultivation of a society and, as Americans, we innately know a relatively small amount of history. Europe on the other hand still has remnants from millennia-old societies that we can still experience first-hand today.… Read More

April 29, 2016 in Walking / (0) comments

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Clearly we believe that the best way to truly become immersed in a new destination is by slowing down and soaking in the moment. When you forgo sightseeing on a big tour bus, and instead, hop on a bicycle or lace up your walking shoes, you are exposed to so much more of your surroundings. And while a bike can… Read More

April 22, 2016 in Spain / (0) comments

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way of st james, spain, walking

Along the border of Spain and France, framed by the soaring Pyrenees and serene waters of the Bay of Biscay, lies a uniquely autonomous region known as Basque Country. Travelers will find themselves discovering jaw-dropping landscapes, dining on delicious cuisine that draws from a variety of cultures, and meeting friendly and intensely proud Basque people. VBT’s Spain: A Walking Tour… Read More

Bandelier national Monument, VBT New Mexico Walking Tour

If you love learning about ancient civilizations that once inhabited the region you travel to, you might be surprised how much there is to learn so close to home. The Pueblos and their ancestors have inhabited present-day New Mexico for thousands of years when nomadic hunters began roaming the high desert during the ice age. Around 1,500 years ago ancestral… Read More

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