World’s Coolest Distilleries

The art of alcohol distillation dates back to some of the earliest civilizations. The ancient Chinese were known for distilling a beverage from rice beer, Greek philosophers were known for distilling wine, and arrack was being distilled in the East Indies by 800 BC. Today, the practice continues and we highlight some of the coolest places in the world to sip on spirits while gaining … Continue reading World’s Coolest Distilleries

5 Places to Fall in Love in Paris

Oh, the city of lights. For centuries, Paris has enticed poets, artists, and lovers with its cobbled streets, cafe culture, and romantic views. Our love affair with the city runs deep, and we’ve rounded up some of our favorite spots in Gay Paree to fall in love. To see the places we love, check out our blog post over at Huffington Post. Next time you … Continue reading 5 Places to Fall in Love in Paris

Mardi Gras Around the World

Mardi Gras – French for Fat Tuesday – refers to the practice of consuming rich, fatty foods (and let’s be honest, alcohol) on the day before Ash Wednesday, which marks the start of the Christian Lenten season. Revelers around the world let loose with flamboyant parades, bright costumes, and cultural rituals. Here are a few ways that people around the world celebrate this spirited holiday … Continue reading Mardi Gras Around the World

Now It’s Easier Than Ever to Book (and offer) an Experience as Unique as You

We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with our friends at Stripe, one of the fastest growing and best online payment companies in the world, to bring our insiders and travelers the absolute best global payment experience possible. We’ve been hard at work to revolutionize the payment experience for online travel booking, and with Stripe’s leading global payment platform, we can now deliver the fastest, most … Continue reading Now It’s Easier Than Ever to Book (and offer) an Experience as Unique as You

Your Travel Questions, Answered

This afternoon, Jamie Wong, Vayable’s founder & CEO, spent some time over at Lifehacker answering readers’ questions on ‘how to travel like a local.’ In case you missed it, we’ve summed up some of our favorite questions and answers below. Zach: Airfare seems to be the most expensive part of a trip, especially when trying to fly to the opposite side of the world. What’s … Continue reading Your Travel Questions, Answered

Photo Friday: Green Gardens of Mexico City

If you take a stroll around Mexico City, you might notice the unique vertical gardens that have sprouted up around the city. These sculptures are designed to help filter up to 40 tons of greenhouse gasses and are just one example of how sustainability can add a unique footprint to the cityscape. Learn more about these unique gardens and explore all Mexico City has to … Continue reading Photo Friday: Green Gardens of Mexico City