Lonely Planet's travel experts have scoured the U.S. to create the ultimate travel wish list for 2016. Some of our choices are perennial favorites, while others are just stepping into the spotlight, but all have one thing in common: now is the time to go.
I moved to the U.S. from Toronto, Canada a bit over two years ago. As someone who bounces back and forth between entertainment journalism and TV writing, there were really only two options I could consider, residence-wise.
Since it's the time big life decisions are made and real estate activity is really kicking off now, my team at NorthStar Moving took a look back at 2014 and compiled the top 10 cities Americans moved to and top 10 cities Americans moved from last year.
Sure, it's fun to book a weekend in popular American cities like Miami, New York and Los Angeles. But some of my favorite jaunts are in cities you might not expect. So I've curated a list of some incredible off-grid getaways to take in across the U.S.
In David Letterman fashion, my team at NorthStar Moving recently compiled the "Top Ten Cities Americans Move To" and "Top Ten Cities Americans Move From."Check out the two lists illustrated in our infographic to see if your city makes the cut, good or bad!
Earlier this year we all went mad for the "Friendliest and Unfriendliest U.S. Cities" list, and now we bring you the all around best. Napa's beautiful; Savannah, GA has "got it all"; New York is "electric." Agree? Disagree?
Before you order an espresso at a Seattle coffee bar, you can often read where the coffee beans came from, how those beans were roasted--and even a short résumé of the barista who's making your cup. Such passion made Seattle a shoo-in to win the title of best coffee city.