American Tourists

"Romania: do not give someone an even number of flowers. That's reserved for funerals." - moderatelyremarkable "In Brazil
Over 400 African safari operators participated in the largest survey of its kind to determine which tourist nationality is
The French may tend to be more politically incorrect, more intuitive and impulsive -- they have Latin blood and they prove it in everything: art, la joie de vivre, cuisine, the entire Paris is a testament of their Latin blood in action. Is that considered rude? By some standards, yes, by others, not so much.
f you spend the entire trip trying to capture the absolute best shot of the Taj Mahal, it cheapens the whole experience. Not to mention, it can drive your travel partner(s) insane.
American tourists are known for being the world's worst tourists. But encountering Americans behaving poorly isn't so much
We're darn proud to be Americans, and we don't mind saying so -- whether we're here at our New York City headquarters or standing on foreign soil. But unfortunately, we've all seen the embarrassing U.S. traveler abroad.
Just for fun, here's a sampling of the weirdest travel pitches that are out there right now -- flapping around, jumping up and down, and doing their darnedest to snag your attention.
"Ugly American" has become shorthand for any tourist that sticks out or misbehaves abroad.
10 reasons that France is still cooler than the U.S.
Last year you told us which worldly destination make up your bucket list, this year we're staying state side with an homage