One thing to remember while planning a vacation is that other tourists will surround you. The long lines to the common attractions will be inevitable. How then do you go about planning a vacation that’s unique? How do you plan a vacation where your itinerary doesn’t reflect everyone else’s?
Start by examining what you enjoy most. Perhaps visiting the local museum is on everyone’s agenda, but isn’t the kind of thing you like to do. Maybe your idea of art extends well beyond architecture and paintings. Perhaps, to you, art is more about a country’s history and its culture. Plan an excursion into a city rarely visited. Learn about the people there, what their days are like, and what they love most about their culture.
“The road less traveled” takes on a whole new meaning if you dare to safely explore your surroundings when very few people would. So instead of going to a common attraction in the light of day, go right around dawn, when the city is awakening but isn’t fully awake.
How will you go about planning a unique vacation?