Aryana Azari

Aryana Azari is a writer with a BA in Communication and Media Studies from Fordham University and a MS in Journalism from the Columbia School of Journalism. She works as an editor at Matador Network and is currently based in her hometown of New York City. When she’s not working, she’s traveling wherever she can to experience different kinds of culture and life. Follow her on Instagram @aryamck.

Lesser-known Tohoku is the perfect place to experience Japan’s tranquil side

The 9 most liked photos on Matador’s Instagram in 2019

The 9 best museums to visit in 2020

Coquito is the cross-cultural holiday drink that ties people together

All the real-world ‘Little Women’ filming locations you can visit

This Japanese prefecture installed Pokémon-themed manhole covers in honor of its “governor,” Slowpoke

7 films you can stream on Disney+ that will inspire you to travel

The first museum dedicated to vaginas is opening this weekend in London

The real-life places behind 6 of the BBC’s best recent TV shows

An immersive ‘Schitt’s Creek’ pop-up is coming to NYC and LA this winter

4 of the coolest day hikes up volcanoes in Nicaragua

An immersive Dr. Seuss exhibit is touring around the US and Canada

This company lets you vacation with an artist to learn a traditional craft

You can now rent Bella Swan’s house from ‘Twilight’ on Airbnb, and yes, there are cardboard cutouts

7 of the coolest ancient temples in Egypt and what to see in each

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is getting an underwater art museum

Where to travel according to your favorite Disney Princess

The 8 most delicious street foods in Beijing and where to try them

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