16 Views from the Edge of the World

Assuming you’re brave enough to make the trek to the top, the view from the edge of a mountain or the roof of a towering building can take your breath away (literally).

For those itching to climb new heights— or those who’d rather enjoy the view from the safety of their computer screen— we’ve assembled some of the greatest views from around the globe found on Trover.

1. Taft Point Trail in Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County, California

Photo by Karen Grubb

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9 Whimsical Wonders of Spanish Architecture

From Montaner to Gaudi, Spanish architects have made waves throughout history. Whether the style is Caliphal, Gothic, Baroque or Modernist, Spain has an incredible variety of colorful, awe-inspiring buildings. Check out some of the architectural beauty we’ve curated for you below.

1. Bodegas Marqués De Riscal in Eltziego, Spain

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10 Terrifying Bridges Around the World

Do you have Gephyrophobia, the fear of bridges? Or are you a thrill-seeking adventure junkie, always looking for new heights to conquer? Either way, the world is full of daunting bridges to explore, or to avoid at all costs. We don’t judge.

Here are 10 terrifying bridges that give us some major feels:

1. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Møre og Romsdal, Norway

Trover photo by Christer Olsen

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July 2017 Trover Travel Scholarship

We are inspired every day by the beautiful discoveries you share with us. To honor the vibrancy and value that each of you brings to Trover, we created the $500 Trover Travel Scholarship. Each month, we award it to one traveler who has particularly inspired us with their photos and stories.

This month, we’re thrilled to award the Trover Travel Scholarship to Jessica Bowler!

Who is Jessica Bowler? She’s a freelance writer and translator based in Barcelona. Originally planning to visit Spain for 6 weeks, Jessica has called it home for 6 years and counting! Be sure to follow Jessica on Trover where she shares delightful finds and detailed travel tidbits from Barcelona and beyond.

Photo of Jessica BowlerFor anyone planning a trip to Spain, Jessica suggests visiting multiple cities & regions to enjoy the distinct vibe and personality each has to offer, noting Barcelona is “worlds apart from the cities in the south of Spain…”

Jessica also recommends you “sit back and enjoy the relaxed pace of Spanish life… The sights are wonderful, of course, but take time to have a long lunch or a stroll with no particular destination in mind, and you’ll get a taste of what makes the country such a lovely place to live.”

Jessica’s recent explorations include Italy and the UK. Where to next for Jessica? “I hope it’s somewhere with a beach!” Find inspiration & tips for your own adventures on Jessica’s blog Barcelona Blonde. You can also say “Hola!” to Jessica on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter.

Photos from Jessica Bowler's travels, including Los Angeles & Barcelona

Jessica’s favorite Trover discoveries including unexpected finds and her favorite spots to share in Barcelona. (Left to right: L.A.’s Grand Central Market, Barcelona’s Convent of Sant Agusti & Spain’s Gracia festival.)

Thank you for sharing your gorgeous photos & detailed travel stories with the Trover community, Jessica! We can’t wait to see more of your adventures (perhaps from that beach!). Enjoy the $500 for travel!


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The Top Places for Rosé Around The World

Much like its Autumn counterpart, Beaujolais, Rosé has reached superstar seasonal status. It is now de rigueur for quenching your thirst in the heat of summer. We have searched our Trove to bring you the top spots for sipping this favorite summer wine from regions in the USA in California to the Champagne region of France. Grab your corkscrew and picnic blanket. Cheers!


Home to this lovely summer wine, Provence boasts many famous labels including Tavel.


Photo by Claire Sldvr.

Loire Valley

This playground to the kings of France is full of châteaux where you can picnic with a local appellations.


Photo by Travelnotesandbeyond.


Yes, there is more to Champagne than Champagne so why not try the refreshing Rosé version?


Photo  by Smashed Penny.


This Southwestern part of France is home to the lovely and of-the-moment city of Montpellier, with a lovely square and many cafes that can pour you the perfect glass.


Photo by Don’tSleepTravel.


Abruzzo is known as the greenest part of Italy and famous for its light red Montepulciano.


Photo by Paola Kervin.


The Basque country offer a slightly fizzy version of Rosado that pairs well with rich seafood.


Photo by ChristineinSpain.


The Evergreen state has established itself as a leader in wines and Rosé is no exception.


Photo by Alicia Nakamoto.


Anderson Valley offers award winning Rosés along with beautiful views.


Photo by Lois Greene.

Grab a bottle or two and head out on your own Rosé adventure with our USA Weekend Getaway list. Find more inspiration at Trover.com.