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10 Things to Do in Vail This Winter

Vail Mountain has been attracting domestic and international travelers since it opened in 1962, and today it stands as one of Colorado’s most popular destinations and a world-renowned ski resort. It may seem unnecessary to make a case...Show More Summary

25 Things to Do in San Francisco if You're Going to the Super Bowl

With its myriad hills and spectacular bay, San Francisco beguiles with natural beauty, vibrant neighborhoods, and contagious energy—even more so than usual as the city hosts an influx of visitors for the Super Bowl this week (hosted 45 south of the city in Santa Clara). Show More Summary

25 Things To Do in New York This Winter

In a city where every block is its own microcosm of culture and controlled chaos, New York City is a winter destination like none other in the country. Broadway openings with A-list talent keep Times Square warm with buzz while masses huddle outside ramen outposts in the East Village for world-renowned bowls of noodles. Show More Summary

50 Stunning National Parks Outside the U.S.

Given the beauty and majesty of America’s national parks, it can be easy to forget that countries all over the world are home to spectacular protected areas of their own. There are more parks than you could see in a single lifetime,Show More Summary

15 Amazing Babymoon Destinations Across the U.S.

With the rapid spread of the Zika virus and growing concerns about its health effects on pregnant women, popular destinations including Mexico and many Caribbean islands are suddenly off-limits to would-be babymooners for the foreseeable future. Show More Summary

10 Luxurious Valentine's Day Escapes for 2016

Ditch the box of chocolates and long-stemmed roses this Valentine’s Day in lieu of an experience you won’t soon forget. Hotels and resorts across the country aim to wow with enticing package deals and offers that are hard to resist.Show More Summary

Winter 2016 Guide to Paris

Paris rang in the New Year with a multitude of exciting events, starting with the long-awaited reopening of the legendary Musée Rodin. With Valentine's Day approaching, now is an ideal time to take advantage of low winter fares for an...Show More Summary

2016's Most Anticipated Hotel Openings

Need some inspiration for planning your 2016 travels? Let this list of notable hotel openings be your guide. From a multiyear makeover of a Parisian legend and a downtown Manhattan spot with dome-topped penthouses, to W Hotels’ first...Show More Summary

15 National Parks That Are Perfect for Day Trips

If you’re not an experienced outdoors enthusiast, planning a trip to one of the country’s national parks can seem like a daunting process. And even if you’re no stranger to the parks, you might assume you need to plan an entire vacation around a park visit. Show More Summary

10 Reasons to Visit Venice This Winter

Winter isn’t exactly peak season for tourism in Venice—and that’s exactly why it’s the best time for you to visit. Unlike summer, when the city belongs to out-of-towners, La Serenissima in winter is deserted, quiet, and, yes, serene....Show More Summary

Where to Eat in NYC: Winter 2016 Edition

Winter is a time for warming meals and lingering conversation around the table. With seasonally prepared dishes, classic baked goods, affordable steaks, and a mix of global influences, these Manhattan and Brooklyn hot spots also showcase robust wine and craft-cocktail programs. Show More Summary

20 Gorgeous Landscapes That Will Make You Love Winter

Like it or not, winter seems to have finally arrived. And while that might be a cause for grumbling and daydreaming about warmer locales, you have to admit that winter isn’t all bad. In fact, snow-covered mountains and icy lakes make for some of the most captivating scenery on the planet. Show More Summary

10 Best Beach Getaways for 2016

No two beach vacations are exactly the same. Some travelers want sun during the day, and a trendy, urban scene to explore by night; others want deserted islands offering peace and quiet. Fortunately, there's no shortage of stunning beaches...Show More Summary

10 New Beach Hotels to Visit in 2016

A sunny break from winter weather, a fun-filled vacation for the whole family, a romantic couple's retreat—there's always a reason for a beach vacation. And here we give you a few more: these 10 new beach hotels—some already opened,Show More Summary

20 Pet-Friendly Hotels Across the U.S.

One of the potential downsides of travel is leaving your favorite furry friends at home. Fortunately, it’s getting easier to incorporate your pets into your travel plans. We’ve rounded up 20 properties across the country where your four-legged...Show More Summary

5 Tour Operators That Will Get You to Tibet

Mystical and remote Tibet, tucked high in the cloud-swathed Himalayas, has long inspired inquisitive travelers' imaginations. While rushing toward modernization today, Tibet remains a transporting locale, steeped as it is in ancient Buddhist tradition and breathtaking terrain (quite literally, with average elevations over 14,000 feet). Show More Summary

15 Incredible Rooftop Bars in Hong Kong

In many cities summer is the best time of year to head outdoors for a tipple, but in Hong Kong it’s quite the opposite, thanks to stifling humidity and the threat of typhoons in the warmer months. As soon as November rolls around, however, the city’s rooftops come alive well through April. Show More Summary

5 Outstanding Food Experiences in London

People who say British food is terrible clearly haven’t been to London in the last 20 years. The English capital, at turns debonair and down-to-earth, is one of the greatest cities in the world for eating, and there have never been more delicious options than there are right now. Show More Summary

New Year, New You: 10 New Skills You Can Learn While Traveling

If your 2016 resolutions include learning something new, these hotels and destinations can help. From teaching you how to take better photos to butcher a whole hog, these classes will engage you, help make the most of your vacation, and send you home with a brand-new skill—so that's one resolution you can cross off the list. —Sandra Ramani

What You Need To Know Before Booking Your Next Transcontinental Flight

With United having bid goodbye to JFK last October, shifting its hub to Newark as a result, now's as good a time as any to look at the flight options available to consumers when flying coast to coast. Responding to growing demand for...Show More Summary

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