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10 Best River Cruises for 2016

There's good reason that the river cruise boom is moving full steam ahead into 2016: quite simply, unceasing market demand. Why are travelers so crazy about river cruising? For one, it sits at that coveted crossroads where travelers can cover maximum ground with minimum hassle. Show More Summary

World's Best Cruises for 2016

It's a new year, with new horizons ahead—which can be explored quite literally, when you set sail on one of these noteworthy cruises. From innovative new ships to pioneering itineraries, we've sifted through the many cruises making headlines and narrowed them down to the 15 best boats of the bunch. Show More Summary

50 Reasons to Visit Every U.S. State Capital

How many U.S. state capitals have you visited? For most travelers, the answer is less than a handful.Can you name them all? Probably not. Do you have any ideas what these places look like? We’re here to help. Though some of the country’s...Show More Summary

Fodor's Approved: 2015's Best Carry-On Bags

When you’re traveling, knowing where your luggage is at all times—and never having to wait at the baggage carousel—can make your journeys a lot less stressful. But not all carry-on bags are created equal, so we put dozens of them to the test this year and picked our favorites. Show More Summary

Top 10 Places to Go in Winter 2016

Winter is just around the corner, so it’s time to start planning your first trip of 2016. From the peaks of the Alps to the beaches of Hawaii, there’s no shortage of exciting destinations to hit in the coming months. Whether you’re looking...Show More Summary

Philadelphia's Top 12 Experiences

Philadelphia, one of the 25 outstanding destinations on Fodor’s Go List 2016, offers terrific experiences that should be on every traveler’s list. Here are Fodor’s top picks for a memorable trip.

10 Airports That Deck the Halls During the Holiday Season

Being in an airport during the busy holiday travel season can be stressful, but some of the biggest and best airports around the world embrace transform themselves to bring joy to your journeys. With twinkling lights, pine-scented air, and the sound of sleigh bells, these terminals stand out with their impressive holiday cheer. Show More Summary

8 Outstanding Tours to Book if You Want to Visit Cuba

Few destinations are currently generating as much interest for American travelers as Cuba—one of the reasons it appears on Fodor’s Go List 2016—and it’s easier now to make a visit to the island than it has been in decades. That being said, we don’t recommend trying to navigate the country on your own. Show More Summary

Fodor's Go List 2016

If travel is your life's passion, there’s much to look forward to in 2016. Our fifth annual Go List highlights 25 incredible destinations, including exotic beaches, cities for culture vultures, natural wonders both near and far, major celebrations, and a lot more, as picked by our globe-trotting experts. Show More Summary

10 Must-See Places in the Land of the Inca

Maintaining a mysterious hold on travelers’ imaginations, Machu Picchu is a bucket-list destination that draws more than a million visitors each year. But the ancient citadel is just one of the many fascinating sites waiting to be explored in this part of Peru. Show More Summary

15 Warm-Weather All-Inclusive Resorts to Visit This Winter

Everybody deserves at least one sunny escape during winter, a season when gray skies and long underwear can quickly take their toll on your mood. That’s when Mexico and the Caribbean come to the rescue with warm locales that are only a few hours away by plane. Show More Summary

Long Weekend in Istanbul

Once known as Constantinople, Istanbul owns the distinction of being the only city in the world that occupies two continents. Half in Europe, half in Asia, this Turkish city offers jarring juxtapositions of old and new at every turn:...Show More Summary

15 Best Caribbean Cruises for Winter 2016

This winter, why not trade snow and cold for sun and sand as you sail around the Caribbean? Pristine beaches and bustling ports await when you disembark, while the ships themselves offer thrilling water slides, cozy reading lounges, and so much more. Show More Summary

15 Best Ice Skating Rinks in the U.S.

Ice skating is the quintessential winter pastime. When temperatures drop below zero, Americans lace up their skates and take to the rink. Visitors can glide across the Rockefeller Center’s renowned rink, or take in views of the Pacific Ocean at San Diego’s Hotel del Coronado. Show More Summary

Fodor's 2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Books

'Tis the season for holiday shopping, so we've done the legwork and rounded up this year's best books for the travelers on your list: novels, anthologies, cookbooks, photography collections, and other new releases that are all page-turners in their own right. Show More Summary

Food Lover's Guide to Stockholm

With the rise of the New Nordic cuisine, it's Copenhagen that's gotten most of the love. But exciting culinary things are happening in Stockholm, too. In fact, with a focus on the freshest ingredients, including tons of exquisite seafood, it's rare to have a bad meal in this town. Show More Summary

Fodor's 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

'Tis the season for holiday shopping, so we've done the legwork and rounded up this year's best gifts for the travelers on your list. Whether you're looking for the latest travel gadgets, top-shelf spirits amd tasty treats from around the world, or something that can make journeys more comfortable, you'll find everything you need right here. —Michael Alan Connelly

Black Friday/Cyber Monday 2015: The Best Travel Deals

After the Thanksgiving feast, there’s a sweet beginning to the holiday weekend: Black Friday and Cyber Monday are when hotels and resorts around the world slash their rates as high as 90%. Whether you’re ready for a beach vacation in...Show More Summary

America's Most Beautiful Barrier Islands

Have you visited any of America’s barrier islands? These skinny island chains run parallel to the mainland are most are well worth exploring year-round. The island dunes are often beautifully rugged places that protect our mainland coastline from battering storms and everyday erosion. Show More Summary

Fodor's Stands With Paris

A message from our Editor in Chief, Arabella Bowen: When I’m in Paris, I feel like a different person. There’s a poetry to speaking French that utterly changes the way I think. Plus, the city itself is a visual feast: The French appreciation for beauty extends to the smallest details, including their lavish window treatments. Show More Summary

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