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Food Lover's Guide to America's Ballparks

Skip the hot dogs and forget about peanuts and Cracker Jack—these days, America's best ballparks serve tacos, Korean fried chicken, Dungeness crab sandwiches, and so much more. Now more than ever, a day in the bleachers is a great way...Show More Summary

6 Outstanding International Business-Class Experiences

On a three-class service aircraft, everyone dreams of those coveted first-class seats. But when business class is the only option for upgrading, the prices are generally more attainable, but the service is just as good. For international...Show More Summary

Where to Experience Portuguese Culture in Macau

Macau, a former colony of Portugal, is a tiny peninsula off the coast of mainland China with a unique blend of Chinese and Portuguese cultures. Located less than an hour from Hong Kong, Macau is home to a massive gambling industry that...Show More Summary

America's 10 Best Summer Road Trips for 2015

With gas prices predicted to remain at travel-tempting lows, 2015 is destined to be the summer of the road trip. Around the country, new additions are spicing up classic routes, and important anniversaries are being celebrated along dedicated drives. Show More Summary

Beginner?s Guide to Hawaii: Kauai

We’re rounding out our three-part beginner’s guide to Hawaii with the Garden Isle of Kauai. Each of the Hawaiian Islands has something unique and special, making them all desirable places to visit. We began our guide recommending the islands of Maui, Lanai, and Molokai for a perfect blend of tourism and culture. Show More Summary

Inside One World Trade Center's Stunning New Observatory

Joining the ranks of the Empire State Building and Top of the Rock, One World Observatory, the $100 million, three-story attraction atop One World Trade Center, offers breathtaking views of New York City and beyond. But there’s moreShow More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Indulge Yourself

It's time to treat yourself, and we're here to help. From splurging on a new weekender to giving in to the temptation of a juicy cheeseburger, our weekly roundup has you covered. World's 10 Most Fashionable Hotel Suites Pretend you're...Show More Summary

10 Reasons to Visit Long Island Now

Many people think Long Island is just the suburbs of New York City, but it’s actually a fascinating destination on its own, offering a variety of experiences for every traveler. And with so many of Long Island’s sites easily accessible via train or car, this is a destination not to be missed. Show More Summary

America's Best Burger Joints

From In-N-Out and White Castle to menus from Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Daniel Boulud, no food spans the gap between high-end and budget dining like the classic American burger. Yet while there are many great burgers in bars and restaurants...Show More Summary

America's Best Urban Bike Paths

Every May since 1956, communities from coast to coast celebrate National Bike Month. It’s the perfect excuse to hang up your car keys or ditch the subway and see the world from a fresh, wind-in-your-hair perspective. And while cycling...Show More Summary

Beginner's Guide to Hawaii: Oahu and the Big Island

Continuing our three-part series on how to see Hawaii for the first time, this installment moves on to the largest Hawaiian island, as well as the most visited of the six tourist islands. Hawaii is actually made up of eight islands, but Niihau and Kahoolawe are both off limits to tourists without special permission and permits. Show More Summary

Fodor's Approved: 2015's Best Summer Weekend Bags

Summer is all about carefree weekend getaways, but before you can have any fun, first you need to find the perfect weekend bag. Whether you're looking for a tote to sling over your shoulder at the beach or a duffle to throw in the trunk for a road trip, it’s not always easy to find a bag that’s fashionable and functional. Show More Summary

World's 10 Most Fashionable Hotel Suites

The décor of a hotel room or suite is always important, but in some cases, it becomes the main attraction. Around the world, renowned haute couture houses, leather artisans, and jewelers have decked out luxury hotel suites from top to bottom with their iconic designs. Show More Summary

15 Incredible Biking Tours Around the World

Escape the crowds of tourists and make your own tracks on a bike tour, the best way to uncover a region at your own pace. We’ve rounded up fifteen breathtaking bike tours around the world that will take you past ancient glaciers, active volcanoes, bustling villages, lava-sand beaches, and more. Show More Summary

America?s Most Stunning Waterfalls

Mighty and majestic, waterfalls are one of nature's most incredible and dramatic features. Though they can easily be found in many locations across the country, the most awe-inspiring waterfalls have become destinations in their own right. Show More Summary

10 Best Taco Spots in the U.S.

With expertly homemade tortillas, succulent meats, and intensely flavorful salsas, the perfect taco packs a lot of flavor into every single bite. As the latest street food to receive a highbrow makeover, tacos lend themselves well to innovative chefs looking to put a personal spin on a classic. Show More Summary

Beginner's Guide to Hawaii: Maui, Lanai, and Molokai

First-time visitors to Hawaii can be overwhelmed when planning their trips. After all, the state has six tourist islands—which is the right one to experience? It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking Waikiki Beach and Honolulu should be the first stops, especially because most of the direct flight options land on Oahu. Show More Summary

10 Recently Renovated Destination Spas in the U.S.

From the treatment rooms to the décor, even the finest resorts can show wear and tear through the years, and there’s nothing more dispiriting than checking into a luxury retreat to find it feels old and uninspired. Millions are spent each year in a never-ending race to update the country’s premium vacation spots with the most contemporary finishes. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Travel Tips

Looking for more than just recommendations for beautiful places to visit? We've got insider advice and useful pointers to help you get the most out of your vacation. Check out our weekly roundup for our suggestions from what not to do...Show More Summary

10 Best U.S. Summer Food Festivals for 2015

Summer is festival season, and there’s one in every corner of the U.S. to suit every taste. From pig roasts to cheese fests, food trucks to cherries, we’re here to help you find a summer food festival worth traveling for. by Katherine Martinelli

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