Calabria, the toe of Italy’s boot, is unfairly one of the country’s lesser-known regions

14 Reasons Calabria Needs to Be Your Next Italy Vacation

By Michelle Fabio

Calabria, the toe of Italy’s boot, is one of the country’s lesser-known regions among Americans, but that's not fair. We'll tell you why it makes for one of the best quiet beach and seaside vacations in Italy.
Georgetown in Washington, D.C.

The Best Shopping in Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown and Dupont Circle

By Meredith Pratt

Soak up the cobblestoned charm of Washington, D.C.'s historic Georgetown and Dupont Cirlce neighborhoods as you peruse some of the best shops the nation’s capital has to offer.
Some of America's most important historical sites are actually re-creations.

American Historical Sites People Think Are Real—But Are Actually Fake

By Jason Cochran

Tourists and schoolchildren travel to them by the busload, but these major American tourist sites are all fabrications, reconstructions, or bald-faced lies.
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We Attended a Sitcom Taping in Hollywood: Here's What to Expect and How to Get Tickets

By Jason Cochran

We attended a TV sitcom taping—and we actually had fun! Here's what the experience is like, and here's how to get tickets for your next vacation.

This self-guided walking tour of Rome includes stops at the best things to see and do.

Introducing the Perfect One-Day Walking Tour of Rome

By Elizabeth Heath

This one-day walking tour of Rome includes stops at the best things to see and do. If you don't have much time in Rome, here's a touring plan.
Sonoma Coast State Park in California

California State Parks That Would Be National Parks Anywhere Else

By Zac Thompson

In California, even the state parks are awe-inspiring. From redwood forests to unspoiled beaches and otherworldly deserts, here are eight spots that would be national parks anywhere else.
Where to taste wine in Portugal

10 Top Portuguese Wine Experiences

By Paul Ames

For a small country, Portugal produces an astonishing variety of wine. Fortunately for travelers, the country also has plenty of gorgeous places to taste it.
Finding the right tour company shouldn&rsquo;t be as difficult as it is. But multi-day tours are complex. Their success depends on a number of factors: the talents of the guide(s), the logic of the itinerary, the quality of the hotels and included meals, the choice of transportation, the various types of activities, and the mix of people in the group. This may be why the Expedias and Pricelines of the world have yet to sell this type of vacation: They have too many moving parts to fit easily into a booking widget. <br /><br />We're here to help. Drawing on our decades of expertise, we can introduce you to brand new resources for finding tours and help you know the questions you should be asking tour companies&mdash;and yourself&mdash;before you book.

How to Pick the Right Tour Company For You

By Pauline Frommer

There are hundreds of tour operators offering up thousands of vacations to every corner of the globe. So how do you pick the perfect one for you? 
Bahamas beach

Which Bahamas Island Is Right for You? Use Our Paradise Picker

By Zac Thompson

There are 700 islands in the Bahamas, and while nearly each one is a looker, they're not all the same. We'll help you find the right speck of paradise for you, based on what you're into—seclusion, adventure, history, or swimming pigs.
Sledding on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

Why Washington, D.C. Is America's Best City for a Vacation with Kids

By Meredith Pratt

Kid-friendly adventure is easy in the city that lets you step into the lives of astronauts, spies, and architects. Between D.C.'s vast interactive museums, exciting outdoor destinations, and quality restaurants, it's not hard to see why this is one of America's top destinations for families.
Pirate flag

Adventure Ahoy! Tracking the Caribbean's Real-Life Pirates

By Zac Thompson

Hoist the Jolly Roger and get out those treasure maps: We're setting sail in search of the sites once haunted by the cutthroats and swashbucklers who terrorized the Caribbean during the golden age of piracy. Don't be surprised if we shiver your timbers.
A lane bedecked in autumn leaves in the Berkshires

The Top 10 Things to Do in the Berkshires

By Pauline Frommer

There's much to see and do in the Berkshires, so take advantage of the variety. Pair a museum visit with a mountain hike, followed by a concert. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it should give you a good starting point for a stay in this delightful corner of the globe.
USS Arizona Memorial in Oahu, Hawaii

Pearl Harbor and Beyond: Honolulu's World War II Sites

By Martha Cheng

Around Pearl Harbor, Honolulu has a rich history from the World War II years. Don't miss the most important sites when you go.
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What to See, Hear, and Eat in the Mississippi Delta—Birthplace of the Blues

By Zac Thompson

The culture, history, food, and music in northwestern Mississippi is as rich as the soil is fertile. Here's how to explore the fascinating region where the blues were born.
Sunnylands, the Rancho Mirage home built by a billionaire to entertain the world's most powerful people.

See Sunnylands, Palm Springs's Historic Resort for Presidents and Royalty

By Jason Cochran

They call it the Camp David of the West: Sunnylands, the Rancho Mirage golf retreat built by a billionaire to entertain the world's most powerful people. And you can take a tour.
Lackawanna Terminal, Hoboken NJ

What to Do in Hoboken—Sinatra, Baseball, Hamilton, and New York's Best View

By Julia Levine

There's great food, culture, history, and views just across the Hudson River from New York City. Why you should add Hoboken, New Jersey to your next NYC itinerary.
A raised level street view captures the old-fashion intricacy of the New Orlean's French Quarter. Behind the old black lamp post and hanging restaurant sign, lies the towering steeple of an old white church.

What to Do in New Orleans If You Don't Have Much Time

By Diana K. Schwam

A whirlwind itinerary for seeing the best of the Big Easy in a single day—from sites of Creole history and cuisine to the city's legendary, jazz-infused nightlife

Eight Observations About Travel That May Be of Use for Your Next Vacation

By Arthur Frommer

Quick thoughts on Airbnb, Disneyland, airlines, Cuba, Washington's National Museum of African American History and Culture, and other recent travel developments

The Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan

Visiting Chicago? You're Doing It Wrong

By Zac Thompson

The best way to experience Chicago is like a local. Here's how to do that.
A large billboard looms over midtown Manhattan

8 Things You Didn't Know About New York City

By Pauline Frommer

Don't feel bad: most locals don't know about these 8 items either. But each can improve your Big Apple vacation in ways large and/or small.
A view of the central town on Mackinack Island from Fort Mackinac

Mackinac Island: Lost in Time

By Pauline Frommer

The car never came to Mackinac Island—but famed researchers, Native Americans, fur traders, invading British troops, and vacationers galore did. Discover the big impact on history and travel made by this tiny speck in Lake Huron.
Minneapolis skyline as seen from the Stone Arch Bridge

Minneapolis Is Underrated. Here Are 10 Reasons Why It Shouldn’t Be.

By Camille Yasmin Ramos

If you live outside the Midwest, you probably don't think twice about Minneapolis. But from the arts to the outdoors, this Twin City stands apart. We've got 10 good reasons to pay a visit.
National Air and Space Museum

The Best Museums in Washington, D.C.

By Meredith Pratt

Our picks for the best museums in Washington, D.C., where you can see everything from top-notch artwork to treasures stored in the "nation's attic," aka the Smithsonian Institution