Winter may not have officially arrived just yet, but the time to start planning your next vacation is now. There are plenty of winter festivals on the...
The world is full of destinations on the well-trodden path, where the number of visitors seems to go up every year and the crowds can sometimes feel e...
We asked more than 1,200 drivers age 30 and older about how they prepare for trips of 50 miles or more. We found some key areas where all drivers could use a refresher about how to prepare before they hit the road.
Whether it's one more story from Aunt Mildred or yet another plane, train or automobile ride, the holidays -- and all the traveling that accompanies them -- can be hard on your body. With a little extra planning, you can conquer the dreaded fatigue of the holiday travel season.
In fact, we could all be a little more considerate and thoughtful of people traveling with young kids, especially during the busy holiday travel season.
Traveling with babies and young children requires a little bit of preparation and a big carry-on bag. It may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but once you get your first trip out of the way you'll see that if you follow the Scout motto and always "Be prepared" it can be a great adventure.
Have you ever seen Penn Station on the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving? It's like that scene from I Am Legend, multiplied by that scene from World War Z, divided by your happiness and raised to the power of eleventy-bajillion grumbling Garden Staters.
Thanksgiving and the holidays: It's peak travel time, peak chow time, and, if you're like me and wanting to cling for a taste from home, peak traveling with chow time.
While the holidays are about nice, happy things like spending time with family, it's really every person for him or herself at the airport during the Thanksgiving and Christmas travel season.
I've carried anywhere from meringues and cream puffs to desktop computers with me so I guess I've kinda cornered the market on carrying weird things on planes.
As everyone goes home to spend some time with the family on the cheapest price they can find, no one is going abroad. In fact, the international business travel sector suffers the most during this timeframe.
For a lot of people -- sentimental types, perhaps -- the true beginning for the holiday season is the ceremonial lighting of a Christmas tree -- preferably, a really big one.
In the last five years, Paris has witnessed an explosion on the chocolate scene to rival any city on the planet. While boutiques are proliferating all...
New Year's comes but once a year, so it's worth it to make the festivites memorable. But where's the best place to be when the clock strikes midnight ...
Tis the season for holiday travel! Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and that means a road trip to visit family and enjoy some great food. Shortly after will be Christmas and New Years, which will round out the holiday travel season.
If you've ever traveled on a commercial jet, you probably know to avoid picking the middle seat in a row of three. If you purchase a last-minute ticket or you didn't select a seat before check-in, you might not have any other choice but to sit between two strangers on a long transcontinental flight, but assuming you do have your pick of where to sit, it's worth spending a few minutes to make sure you're getting the most bang for your buck.