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Blog Post Archive

12 Wine Country Suites for Every Travel Style

If you're thinking of visiting Napa or Sonoma to sip some the valleys' celebrated Cabernet, Pinot Noir, and Syrah, odds are you're already a wine lover. But when the tasting is done, do you prefer to relax in a country-style cottageShow More Summary

Fodor's Travel Tastemaker: Nightlife Impresario Nur Khan

From a childhood gig washing dishes in restaurants to a stint on Wall Street, impresario Nur Khan—known for the New York hotspots Wax, Sway Nightclub, Rose Bar, and Electric Room in the Dream Downtown hotel—is well acquainted with the...Show More Summary

Travel Quote of the Week: On Self-Discovery

Who doesn't love an inspiring travel quote? (As if we need any more reason to hit the road.) Like what you see here? There are plenty more travel quotes where this came from. Check us out on Pinterest. And tell us what you thought of this quote on Twitter or Facebook.

10 Best Underwater Adventures in the World

Life on land offers plenty of tantalizing options for adventure travelers, but there’s a whole other world of excitement waiting under the sea. You don't have to be a daredevil to take on these deep-sea adventures, but a visit to any one of these amazing spots will require some guts. Show More Summary

Ask Fodor's: How Can I Save Money on Getting to Iguazu Falls?

Our column this week features a questions submitted by @OfficialJenDano via Twitter: Any tips for quickly & (relatively) cheaply getting to Iguazu Falls from Cordoba, Argentina?! It's possible to travel from Córdoba to Iguazú Falls quickly, and it's also possible to do so relatively cheaply, but it's difficult to pull off both. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Your Fall 2014 Planner

Sure, it’s still summertime, but in order to make the most of fall, you’ll need to start planning now. This week, we’ve looked ahead to the autumn months and tracked down the best destinations, eats, and activities to enjoy as the seasons change. Show More Summary

America's 10 Best River Towns

The best river towns in the U.S. have a natural exuberance, a playful energy not unlike the bubbling water that flows through them. Maybe it’s the towns’ proximity to the mountains, like beacons beckoning adventure, or the fact thatShow More Summary

Ultimate Guide to European Rail Passes

Whether you're a twenty-something backpacker or retirees who've finally made the time to see the world, traveling across Europe by rail is a right of passage. The major cities are home to romantic, grand stations while the countryside is dotted with charming little depots. Show More Summary

10 Best U.S. Train Trips to Take This Fall

Though it is often not the most expeditious means of travel, train rides are as much about what you see along the way as where you're going. During the autumn months, rail passage offers the perfect opportunity to experience the best foliage across the country, leaving you with nothing to do but admire the view. Show More Summary

Vote for Fodor's Travel to Go to the 2015 SXSW Festival

Every year in March, Austin, Texas, comes alive during South by Southwest, a highly anticipated conference/festival that focuses on film, music, and interactive technology. For the first time ever, Fodor’s Travel is being consideredShow More Summary

5 Reasons to Go to Slovenia

Bordered by four more-popular countries—Italy, Croatia, Austria, and Hungary—Slovenia tends to be overlooked as a worthy destination. But this multicultural country has much to offer, from colossal caves and peaceful countryside gorges to hip cities like Ljubljana (pronounced "Loob-lee-ah-nah"). Show More Summary

What We're Reading This Week: James Brown's Style, Remembering Robin Williams

To see music history come alive, look at "The Possessed: James Brown in 18 Minutes" by David Remnick in The New Yorker. Besides describing Pentecostal elements in Brown's style, Remnick includes a video of Brown's "explosive" and "erotic" milestone performance at the 1964 T.A.M.I. Show More Summary

America's Best Fall Food Festivals

Autumn is the ultimate time of year for food festivals, and with the changing of the seasons on the horizon, it’s time to start planning trips that allow you taste the best the country’s various regions have to offer. Harvest seasonShow More Summary

7 Reasons to Visit Cusco, Peru

Perched at a catch-your-breath elevation of 11,200 feet, Cusco is often seen as the gateway to the 15th-century Incan site of Machu Picchu, not to mention a convenient base with an airport and comfortable hotels. Yet the city is a flourishing...Show More Summary

10 Places to Go This Fall

Summer isn’t over yet, but the time to start planning your fall getaway is now, especially since the season’s turn offers plenty of excuses to pack a bag and see the world. Following the summer rush, airfares and hotel prices start to drop in September, even as the weather is at its best in most regions. Show More Summary

Top 5 New York City Activities for Teens

Traveling with hard-to-please teens can be trying, even when aided by the bright lights and "wow"-factor sights of a big city like New York. While the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and American Museum of Natural History are...Show More Summary

Europe's 10 Most Epic Hiking Trails

Thrilling heights, breathtaking scenery, challenging landscapes—the world’s best hiking trails have something for everyone. And there’s no better collection of trails than those that wend their way through Europe, tracing nearly every type of terrain imaginable, from the fjords of Scandinavia to the peaks of the Alps. Show More Summary

10 Airlines with In-Flight WiFi

Can you think of the last time you were entirely cut off from the rest of the world for more than a couple of hours? Chances are it was during a flight, on an aircraft that didn't offer onboard WiFi. Being able to surf the web from 30,000 feet is undoubtedly a luxury, but with most U.S. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Best Bites

There are a lot of ways to get to know a place, but diving into the local fooed scene is a good place to start. This week, we followed our taste buds around the world, rounding up some of the best culinary experiences from San Francisco to South Africa. Show More Summary

World's Best Golf Resorts

The great game of golf may have been born in Scotland, but there are breathtakingly beautiful, wonderfully challenging courses all over the world—particularly in the U.S., home to 50 percent of the world’s courses. Whether you're looking...Show More Summary

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