An Entire Swedish City is Sinking into the Ground, So They’re Moving it
From secret spots and bucket-list destinations to life-changing gadgets and booking tips, read on for your round up of need-to-know travel news and daily delights.
Kiruna, Sweden is about to make a big move—two miles away from where the city center sits now. Why? It’s slowing sinking into the ground. [Atlas Obscura]
In his new book, Beaches, photographer Gray Malin documents breathtaking aerial views of beaches from around the world. Check out the view from above in 20 cities, 10 countries, and 6 continents across the globe. [Business Insider]
Golfers looking to tee up on their next vacation may be in for a hefty fee. This year, traveling with clubs is more costly than ever. [Golf Digest]
At your next dinner party, wow your beer-loving friends with this snippet: the oldest beer recipe in the world may have just been discovered in China. [Discover Magazine]
The German city of Augsburg has decided to take action and steal the attention “smombies,” or smartphone zombies, by experimenting with ground level lighting at two of the city’s streetcar stops. [Atlas Obscura]
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