You’ll find great natural beauty with a fraction of the crowds — or the prices.

  • John Briley
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For vacationers, the days of celeb-spotting and more than window shopping on this Beverly Hills street are over.

  • Laura Randall
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Opt for the Lake District instead of Patagonia.

  • Shivani Vora
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You’ll see the same animals and just as spectacular views among fewer people. Plus glaciers.

  • Rachel Walker
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Plus, the city on the west coast of Ireland is walkable.

  • Danielle Braff
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Kusatsu Onsen is a resort town in the mountains that offers beauty, culture and relaxation.

  • Danielle Braff
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On Massachusetts’ other cape, you can have the classic New England beach experience without the traffic and crowds.

  • Alexandra Pecci
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Clinton Hill still has a sense of community, along with worthy restaurants and stores.

  • Shivani Vora
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Kiev is lovely, but Lviv is known more for arts and culture.

  • Danielle Braff
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Eleuthera and Harbour Island are alternatives that offer secluded beaches and a castaway vibe.

  • Amy Tara Koch
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The Park offers an outdoor area to relax, refresh and recover; the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden showcases splendid flower displays

  • Alex Pulaski
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The recently established, uncrowded Camino dos Faros (Lighthouse Way) showcases the beauty of the Costa da Morte.

  • Jeanine Barone
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The ancient city of Uxmal attracts a fraction of the visitors to Chichen Itza, and you can climb one of the pyramids.

  • Shivani Vora
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The Museum Jacquemart-André,a classical mansion filled with Rococo paintings, Italian artwork and classical furniture, offers a window into Belle Epoque Paris.

  • Sylvie Bigar
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In the Noordoostpolder region, you can walk in or bike around fields, visit farms and pick your own blooms.

  • Diane Daniel
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