I often write about big romantic adventures that you need a passport and a lot of time to get to. But you don’t need to travel for hours on airplanes and trains to experience something new.
Ordering coffee outside of the US can sometimes be a bit tricky for travelers – but once you get the hang of it, you’ll find yourself enjoying some of the best stuff on earth.
During a trip to Israel last month, I had the opportunity experience Sandemans NEW Jerusalem Holy City Tour – an in-depth four-hour walking tour that takes you up onto the Temple Mount, one of the holiest of religious sites in the world.
Travel is meant to transport you — to other places, obviously, but also sometimes to other times, other worlds, other possibilities. These four utterly unique hotels are full of the magic, mystery, and wonder that travel embodies. These are places you might never want to leave!
Thanks to Lonely Planet’s new travel guide exclusively for honeymoons, couples now have an essential resource to help them get started in the planning process for this long-dreamed of life event.
If you’re a frequent traveler, you’ve undoubtedly had the near-universal experience of enduring a TSA security line or an immigration line upon re-entry to your home country. What if you could bypass these lines for good?
Nobody loves standing in long security lines, and I don’t know one person who is thrilled by the fact that most airline seats only recline about four inches, if you’re lucky.
AmaWaterway’s Gems of Southeast Europe River cruises are among my favorite travel experiences, so, last July, I took an AmaWaterways river cruise so I could visit Southeastern Europe, a part of Europe I I hadn’t been to.
On Valentine’s Day, what could be more fitting than recalling the magic of the most romantic places you’ve ever been? We all have a different list, but here are my top five.
If you’re interested in honeymooning in an exotic locale, and if you love majestic mountain landscapes, India’s Himalayas should be at the top of your destination list.