According to The Vacationer’s Memorial Day Travel Survey, almost 60% of US adults plan to travel this Memorial Day Weekend.
A recent survey of 2,000 parents has found that the average parent gets overwhelmed five hours into a road trip with their kids.
In the travel industry — and the marketplace, generally — some discounts depend on who or what you are rather than what or where you buy. Over the years, age-based status discounts have perhaps been the most common, but you find others as well. In researching an old rail timetable, for examp…
The American image of Spain is Andalucía: the home of bullfights, flamenco, gazpacho, and pristine whitewashed hill towns. This southern part of the country feels more quintessentially Spanish than perhaps anywhere else. When visiting this area, I always make a point to venture into what’s c…
Growing up in rural Minnesota, novelist Marie Myung-Ok Lee wasn’t expecting much in terms of learning a foreign language. “Now when I think of it, I am astonished we had two languages we could take – Spanish and German,” said Lee, who teaches fiction at Columbia University in New York. “I to…
Been there, done that. If that line sounds familiar to you, it’s time to mix things up. Every year, the same destinations get all the love but there’s more to the U.S. than New York, Yosemite and Florida. While you could spin a globe and choose somewhere at random, finding the right destinat…
A perfect cure for FOMO, new Mastercard findings suggest travel and all its incidental spending is back with a vengeance. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Buzz60’s Elizabeth Keatinge has tips on how to save on a family vacation.
There will be inevitable ‘hiccups’ this summer, as the largest airport passenger crowds since the COVID-19 pandemic began are anticipated.
Global cruise line leaders are reporting record reservations for voyages, despite COVID-19 infecting many ships now sailing.
Cottar's 1920s Camp is popular with guests yearning to recreate "Out of Africa" — but without the malaria, lion attacks and airplane crashes.
Explore some new country destinations during your next vacation. Here are five places to consider.
Americans are returning to Europe and war on the continent is not a major deterring them.
The Long Island Aquarium has partnered with Beautyrest mattresses to give two people the stay of a lifetime! Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
We’re talking, of course, about The National Mall in Washington, D.C. Consider that The National Mall typically gets more than 25 million visitors a year — more than to Yellowstone, Yosemite and Grand Canyon National Parks.
Diono questioned 2000 parents of kids under 10 regarding the moments they encounter when traveling with their offspring. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Here's a look at the best travel rewards cards that provide travel insurance.
Given high gas prices, it might make sense that your next vacation involves an electric vehicle rather than one that’s gas-powered. Whether you’re renting an electric car for the first…
Now that mask mandates have been lifted, major airlines are bringing alcohol sales back. Veuer’s Keri Lumm has more.
Savvy travelers know to include travel insurance in their vacation budget and to buy a policy when they book their trip. Doing so provides the longest period of coverage and allows you to take advantage of coverage that must be added shortly after you pay your first trip deposit. But a lot c…
Even with COVID-19 and $7.50 to $9 a gallon gasoline, the basic rules for getting around within Europe remain as they were years ago:
“This pandemic has definitely shifted the meaning of vacation for me,” said Natasha Lopez, one of the stars of the HBO series “The Time Traveler’s Wife.” “Being in New York the
Of the great cities of Europe, four are worth a week of sightseeing: London, Paris, Rome, and Istanbul. And of those, Istanbul offers the most thrills for the best price. With every visit, I simply get out and stroll.
It is unbelievable that we’re even posing this question, but is it cheaper to fly than to drive? Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Going through the TSA line at U.S. airports comes with little to no trouble for most experienced travelers. However, those who are inexperienced are at risk of making packing mistakes that could delay their trip.