Berlin celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's fall last year, but remnants of the wall remain throughout the city. You can bicycle or even walk the entire length of the 13-mile-long structure, now converted to a series of paved pathways, divided into 14 stages that pass from rural idyll to the bustling city center. Along the way, you'll spot abandoned watchtowers and stretches covered in colorful murals. —Chaney Kwak  Read more: Top 10 Free Things to Do in Berlin

Berlin celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's fall last year, but remnants of the wall remain throughout the city. You can bicycle or even walk the entire length of the 13-mile-long structure, now converted to a series of paved pathways, divided into 14 stages that pass from rural idyll to the bustling city center. Along the way, you'll spot abandoned watchtowers and stretches covered in colorful murals. —Chaney Kwak Read more: Top 10 Free Things to Do in Berlin

Berlin celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's fall last year, but remnants of the wall remain throughout the city. You can bicycle or even walk the entire length of the 13-mile-long structure, now converted to a series of paved pathways, divided into 14 stages that pass from rural idyll to the bustling city center. Along the way, you'll spot abandoned watchtowers and stretches covered in colorful murals.

50 Things to Do in Europe Before You Die

Berlin celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's fall last year, but remnants of the wall remain throughout the city. You can bicycle or even walk the entire length of the 13-mile-long structure, now converted to a series of paved pathways, divided into 14 stages that pass from rural idyll to the bustling city center. Along the way, you'll spot abandoned watchtowers and stretches covered in colorful murals.

It wasn’t that long ago that Belfast was better known for daily bombings, not Game of Thrones tours. Thankfully, peace arrived in Northern Ireland in 1998, formerly ending “The Troubles,” but a 3-mile-long, 18-foot-high “peace wall” remains that serves as a daily reminder of the bloody battle between British loyalists on Shankill Road and the Irish nationalists on Falls Road. Northern Ireland has regular talks about bringing the wall down

50 Things to Do in Europe Before You Die

It wasn’t that long ago that Belfast was better known for daily bombings, not Game of Thrones tours. Thankfully, peace arrived in Northern Ireland in 1998, formerly ending “The Troubles,” but a 3-mile-long, 18-foot-high “peace wall” remains that serves as a daily reminder of the bloody battle between British loyalists on Shankill Road and the Irish nationalists on Falls Road. Northern Ireland has regular talks about bringing the wall down

I've been to Victoria Falls, Zambia but I want to go again when there is more water. Devil's pool was awesome

I've been to Victoria Falls, Zambia but I want to go again when there is more water. Devil's pool was awesome

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50 Things to Do in Europe Before You Die

Devil's Pool in Victoria Falls, Zambia

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1. Piscine du Diable, Zambie

1. Piscine du Diable, Zambie

At the top of 360 feet tall Victoria Falls there is a natural rock pool, called Devil's Pool, where the water is relatively calm. From September to December, when the water level is low, you can swim in Devils Pool

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