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Passion Passport

passionpassport

We live to tell impactful stories about travel. Tag your travels: #passionpassport! Partnership/editorial inquiries: [email protected]

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“It was my second visit to Portugal but my first visit to Braga, and I was excited to explore this less-travelled city. Braga is mainly known for its religious heritage, but it also has charming architecture and a vibrant street life. Not far from city center, I stumbled upon this lovely facade with blue azulejos and ran towards the house. When I got closer I noticed this lady hanging clothes out to dry. Thanks to my Porto friends who were with me, we could say a few Portuguese words to her while we took photos while she immediately responded and kindly smiled back at us!
With under 48 hours left in our #PPCircles challenge, we’re circling back with a final reminder to get your entries in!

To join:
1. Post a photo or video between today and 12 pm EST on Friday, 05/24 (tagging an older post won’t count).
2. Use your caption to take us into the experience with you (in 3-4 sentences).
3. Tag #PPCircles and @passionpassport.

Guest judges — @tobishinobi, @helinbereket, and @urbanentdecker_ — will be rounding up their top 10 favorite moments to be featured on our page, so make sure to enter!

For the full rules and details, head to the link in our bio. 📷 @tobishinobi📍Shanghai, China 🇨🇳#passionpassport
During the six-hour bus ride from Trinidad, Cuba, to Havana, photographer Renise Peters had just one thought floating through her head: “I hope there are more Trinidad’s out there. I’d like to find and wander through them all, to fall in love over and over again.” If you’d like to fall in love too, you’re in luck — head to the link in our bio to get to know Trinidad through Renise’s eyes and photos.
📷 @renise.olisa 📍Trinidad, Cuba 🇨🇺 #passionpassport
Photographer @denisamirtharaj always wanted to visit Chiang Mai but waited to align his first ever trip with the celebrations of the annual flower festival. His patience paid off, as he got the chance to see this ancient royal city transform before his eyes into a kaleidoscope of color: travelers, parade-goers, monks, and merchants gathered together to create one-of-a-kind subject matter. Head to the link in our bio to see the results! 📍Chiang Mai, Thailand 🇹🇭 #passionpassport
“The Caminito del Rey in the south of Spain was once known as the world's most dangerous walkway. As the adventure-lovers that we are, naturally we had to explore it during our stay in Andalusia. The walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow canyon, offers an amazing view over the river and mountains. The hike was exhausting at times but ultimately rewarded us with great experiences and memories. The highlight was this suspension bridge at the end of the path – not only was it beautiful but also offered a little thrill!”
📷@ju.ff.a 📍Caminito del Rey, Andalucia, Spain 🇪🇸
#passionpassport
This week, turn your attention to everything round in our #PPCircles Instagram challenge!

From human-built architecture to nature-made curves, our well-rounded panel of guest judges — @tobishinobi, @helinbereket, and @urbanentdecker_ — will be circling through your entries and choosing their top 10 favorites to be featured on our page, so make sure to enter!

To join:
1. Post a photo or video between today and 12 pm EST on Friday, 05/24 (tagging an older post won’t count).
2. Use your caption to take us into the experience with you (in 3-4 sentences).
3. Tag #PPCircles and @passionpassport.

To learn more and make sure you’ve entered correctly, head to the link in our bio!
📷 @helinbereket 📍Beirut, Lebanon 🇱🇧 #passionpassport

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