“Destinations on Google” moves into the territory of the best known travel websites and online travel agents.
Pro-consumer legislation aims to give travelers more comfort and fewer unpleasant surprises such as extra fees.
The airline is the first to allow its frequent fliers to redeem miles so they can scoot through the security line without removing shoes, jackets and belts. Is the convenience worth the cost?
If you have flexibility and a hankering for a road trip, you may be able to snag one of these screaming deals on rentals of RVs and other vehicles.
When a seven-day cruise departs from the Port of Miami on May 1, it will begin a historic journey.
It’s not just childless travelers fed up with screaming kids who would like to put traveling families on different planes. Arguably, it could make travel better for the kids too.
Less rustic than camping and more exotic than a hotel, a vacation spent in backcountry alpine huts and lodges combines lower-cost lodging and a healthy outdoor adventure.