This season, we’re all feeling a little wanderlust. Whether we’re daydreaming of island-hopping in the clear waters of the Mediterranean or strolling along the banks of the Seine, our minds tend to dwell anywhere but here. But what if we could satisfy our globe-trotting cravings in our own backyard? All it takes is opening our eyes to the hidden gems and Euro-inspired surprises that are right around the corner ― the ones you find on paths you never expected. We partnered with Sanpellegrino® Sparkling Fruit Beverages and its new Delightways app to bring you nine American adventures that meet each and every one of your Euro-travel dreams ― no passport required.
Know of another hidden gem in the U.S. that didn’t make our list? Share it in the comments!
No matter where your adventures take you this season, take time to experience the joy of wandering and exploring new paths. Sanpellegrino® Sparkling Fruit Beverages is bringing a taste of Italy and The Life Deliziosa to the U.S., inspiring us to savor the flavors of life’s little joys ― the ones you find where you least expect them. With the help of Delightways, a new app by Sanpellegrino® Sparkling Fruit Beverages, you can discover more delight-filled gems off the beaten path by creating custom wandering routes through cities including San Francisco, New York and Chicago. Delight isn’t only in the destination, but in the moments of joy we find along the way ― as long as we take a moment to explore.
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