This time I am highlighting the local cultures of the world. While we often travel to experience the big wonders of the world, it's really special to visit the little places that have nurtured their own unique traditions.
Learn about mountain living in the oldest mountains. And stay a while and learn a craft. http://toeriver.blogspot.com/2008/03/welcome-to-new-toe-river-valley-blog.html
Ithaca, NY is representative of best traits of small towns. https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/nov/20/ithaca-college-town-new-york-state-usa-bars-restaurants-music-theatre
Rust Belt cities are making a transformation. If you are interested in the urban response to the 21st. Century, you need to spend time at urban Rust Belt ,USA.
Go for the Mardi Gras Stay for the Crawfish- https://www.louisiana-destinations.com/mardi-gras-parades-in-louisiana-2020.htm
Visit the culture of the Troglodytes in France. The true conservatives. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/a-tour-of-frances-cave-homes-138310721/
Many of Barcelona’s winding old backstreets and picturesque plazas are inaccessible to vehicle traffic, making them perfect for exploring on foot.
Stay in a village within the city. https://en.parisinfo.com/discovering-paris/walks-in-paris/montmartre-village-in-paris
The world of Rajasthani Craft Artisans. https://www.tripsavvy.com/india-tours-to-learn-about-indian-handicrafts-1539451
Ganesh is a lovable deity that is celebrated primarily in India. I suggest local celebrations of all sorts. Just join in the fun.