At Rubinsohn Travel (215) 886-5200, we are vacation experts, and we believe that some of the best trips out there are the ones you’ve never heard of. We take pride in encouraging our guests to open themselves up to new experiences, and visit remote destinations that won’t be packed with tourists. Immerse yourself into the cultures of these hidden gems of the world, and we promise you won’t regret it.
Often referred to by its nickname, The White City, Ostuni is a small city located in the Puglia Region of Italy. It sits on a hilltop just 5 miles from the beautiful blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. The city’s Old Town was forged with no formal plans. Weaving through the streets can make one feel as if they are in a maze or labyrinth, which makes it an essential part of your adventure. After taking in the architecture’s wonder, head to Masseria Brancati to see thousand-year-old olive trees and taste some of the best olive oil produced in the world. Explore the breathtaking nature of Ostuni by walking or biking through the Parco Dune Costiere. The park offers swimming areas, sightseeing, and historical journeys throughout its vast area, and is an unforgettable landscape. The possibilities are endless, and the culture is rich in Ostuni. Don’t miss out on one of Italy’s most incredible cities!
Cuba is rapidly becoming one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, however most people only travel to the capital, Havana, and ignore what many call “The Pearl of the South.” Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, Cienfuegos’ old colonial town center is something to behold, and is a big reason why many believe the city to be the most beautiful destination in Cuba. No other place in the Caribbean boasts a cluster of Neoclassical structures that even comes close in comparison. After taking in the wondrous architecture, experience the beauty of Cienfuegos’ nature by visiting El Nicho Waterfall. It has been described as a naturally occurring water park, and it features cascading waterfalls with pools for swimming at the bottom of them. There are also hiking pathways to explore, as well as small bars and vendors selling delicious food. Cienfuegos is a place not many know about, but all should explore if they get the chance.
Margaret River, Australia
Most people think of seeing Melbourne, Sydney and The Great Barrier Reef when Australia comes to mind, however most outsiders don’t know about all that the town of Margaret River has to offer. The town is located in the South West of Western Australia, and is known to natives for its top quality wine and dining. The region only produces about 3 percent of all wine in Australia, but produces more than a fifth of the continent’s premium wines. With more than 120 world-class wineries available for exploration, visiting the vineyards is a must when staying in Margaret River. The town also features several beautiful beaches and some of the best surfing available in the world, with infamous breaks such as Surfer’s Point and The Cowaramup Bombora. One of marvels of the area happens to be below ground at Lake Cave. The cave features the one of a kind “suspended table”, a natural limestone crystal masterpiece that hangs from the ceiling, just above the cave’s enduring lake. Discover the depths of Australia and avoid the tourist crowds by venturing to this amazing town.
We take pride in offering vacations that will remain with you for the rest of your life. It is our belief that your trip should open you up to parts of the world you had no idea were even there. These three relatively unknown destinations all feature something totally unique that you will want to tell your friends and family about every chance you get. Book with us today at Rubinsohn Travel (215) 886-5200, and let’s get started planning your trip to one of the world’s best kept secrets.