Believe it or not, you don’t need a week to tackle every trip. If you’re short on vacation days or just want a change of place, a long weekend is the perfect time to jump on a plane and experience some excitement. While big cities like Tokyo and London might leave you exhausted or wanting more, smaller cities can prove far more satisfying.
Better yet, you don’t have to worry about power converters and batteries. The new Styletto hearing aids from Signia are designed for convenient handling and can last four days without going near a wall socket. Just pack your favorite clothes and your portable charging case, and go find your adventure! Signia will be your travel guide, and here are five locations worth checking out.
Prague, Czech Republic
A historic location at the heart of Europe that does not lack excitement. Take a tour through St. Vitus Cathedral and the gothic Prague Castle, and then drop by Wenceslas Square for shopping and hotels. This is also a great city to stroll around in your most stylish clothes, so don’t hesitate to take a few photos of yourself. Rechargeability allows your hearing aids to keep up every step of the way, so tuck your charging case into your bag and enjoy the architecture!
Skip Guatemala City, and head for the colonial capital instead. Antigua offers a rich view, complete with historical sites and delicious food. Make sure to check out the Santa Clara ruins, and drop by a low-budget street vendor for an authentic dinner. This is a city where you can look your best, so don’t hesitate to don your hearwear. The Styletto’s design makes it ideal for those who don’t want to forfeit their sense of style for their ability to hear clearly.
Tropical vacations can be frustrating. Everyone and their grandmother has a Caribbean vacation planned, and it can be difficult to shoulder past everyone and enjoy yourself. If you’re short on time and patience, a smaller town might be your best shot at a relaxing weekend. While Maine isn’t known for being a vacation destination, the beaches are worth checking out. Combined with the quaint architecture, seaside restaurants, and adorable boardwalk — who doesn’t want to drop by?
Still thinking seaside? You’re in luck, because Kamakura is a frequently-forgotten Japanese resort town. If you’re hard of hearing, this location might be easier on your ears than bustling locations like Tokyo and Osaka. Regardless, there’s a lot to do in Kamakura, even if you only have a day. Your lithium-ion batteries will stay charged while you trek through the historical sites, and you can enjoy the natural sound of Yuigahama beach.
Busan, South Korea
Parks, markets, and beaches are the must-see locations in Busan, and you’ll find quite a bit to do in this colorful town. Haeundae Beach offers festivals, swimming, and skyline views, and the Jagalchi Market is your go-to for shopping and fresh seafood. If you’ve got time, don’t forget to snap a few photos at Yongdusan Park and Haedong Yonggungsa temple. While this beautiful city might not satisfy those with an adventurous lifestyle, it’s perfect for those who just want to admire the views.
These are just a few of the locations worth checking out. With the new Styletto hearing aids from Signia, you can enjoy hearing the world around you as nature intended. Go experience the world because with Signia Styletto life sounds brilliant!
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