Travel Blog

How to Guarantee You'll Get In-Flight WiFi
Despite travelers’ obsessions with being plugged in on the road, only 38% of domestic flights—and less than 1% of international flights—offer WiFi on boar... Read More
Bobby Flay, Geoffrey Zakarian, and More Iron Chefs Invade the Hamptons
Now that it’s officially summer, New Yorkers can be found fleeing the city every Friday for their weekend homes in the Hamptons. And why not: it’s got eve... Read More
Trip Doctor: Paris's New Riverwalk
T+L has got you covered when it comes to hiking guides in rugged locales like the Dolomites, the Andes, and Zambia, but we love to trek around urban areas... Read More
Tom Colicchio’s New Job: Innkeeper
Between his Craft restaurants and his role as head judge on Top Chef, Tom Colicchio is one of the food world’s biggest stars. Now he has a new title: innk... Read More
OpenAirplane Service Lets You Play Pilot By Renting Airplanes
While flying cars are still a figment of our travel dreams, renting airplanes is now a reality. OpenAirplane, a Zipcar-style rental service for small airp... Read More
Breaking Down the Trends in Pet Travel
When my husband and I welcomed our first pup into our lives just over a year ago, little did we know how it might change our travelling style. After frant... Read More
The Doctor Recommends: Must-Reads for the Week Ending June 21, 2013
A new survey on what men worry about while on vacation reveals that, when it comes to traveling, we all (surprise!) just want to look good on the beach. G... Read More
Guess Where? Lighthouse at Dusk
Can you guess where this lighthouse is? Head over to our Facebook page and leave your guesses there. Check back on Monday for the answer! Lyndsey Matthew... Read More
Norwegian Cruise Line's New York-Inspired Ship
Comparing Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest ship, the New York–inspired Breakaway, with its muse. Norwegian Breakaway Population: 4,000 passengers.Lady Lib... Read More
Trip Doctor on Pride 2013: Spotlight Twin Cities
Did you miss the Pride events this month in Boston, Providence, and D.C.? Those cities already had their big celebrations, but there’s still time to atten... Read More
Tech Thursday: Google Glass—Half Empty or Half Full?
Blending in with the locals. For most travelers, that’s the goal. We know that pulling out a guidebook never helps. But what about sporting funky headgear... Read More
Tech Thursday: Instagram Launches Video
The rumors turned out to be true: today, Facebook announced that Instagram would gain video sharing capabilities after two years devoted strictly to photo... Read More
Trip Doctor: Arrive Early, Stay Late at Hotels
What’s the easiest way to get the most out of your next hotel room? Extend your stay by arriving early and checking out late. Fortunately, hotels are maki... Read More
Hertz Launches New Uber-Luxury Car Fleet
When it comes to choosing a rental car, I'm always spinning my wheels, trying to balance comfort and price, and always ending up with something as sensibl... Read More
Trip Doctor: What Americans Really Think about Flying
With summer vacation upon us, it seems students aren't the only ones getting their final grades. A slew of reports and studies recently came out—including... Read More
The Best New Hiking Backpack for Your Next Adventure
Since we’ve been talking a good bit about hiking around here lately, here’s the one accessory you should plan to pick up before your next adventure. Known... Read More
Arrive Like LiLo: Ride in a Police Car at Hotel ZaZa
Hotel ZaZa, a Texas mini-chain of boutique hotels, retains a fleet of vehicles available to guests at their Dallas and Houston properties. The kooky lineu... Read More
Organists Compete in Philadephia's Longwood Gardens
Longwood Gardens, in Kennett Square, near Philadelphia and equidistant from Washington, D.C. and New York City, is one of the world's spectacular botanica... Read More
55th Venice Biennale: The Encyclopedic Palace
Part wunderkammer, part memory palace, this year’s 55th Venice Biennale is an introspective investigation into contemporary art.  Through November 24, the... Read More
"Subversive Adult Disneyland” Turns Up the Heat in Tasmania
Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art has won raves—from this magazine, for instance—for its unique, fortress-like architecture. Perhaps even more striking, ... Read More
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