Barcelona, Spain is the multi-facted crown jewel of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. With its many architectural and cultural splendors, it is little wonder that Spain’s second largest city, with a metropolitan population of 4.5 million, is a frequent cruise ship port of call and a vacation mecca for Europeans.
This deal alert is for all the teachers dreaming of the Big Apple! A new hotel discount for teachers is available in the heart of Manhattan…
Looking for a quick summer getaway? How about riding the rails for less than the cost of a tank of gas? There’s a 3-Day Amtrak Sale Amtrak on now for routes in its Northeast Corridor.
San Diego is a mountain-ringed metropolis with a pleasing personality that offers something for almost everyone, including year-round great weather and 70 miles of beaches.
There is a secretive underground organization lurking in the bowels of the earth for more than 75 years. Members of the National Speleological Society (NSS) are passionate about the exploration, study, and conservation of caves – our out of sight and out of mind subsurface resources.
Why do about 70,000 Americans expatriates call Costa Rica home and so many vacation there? Sunday’s Simply Smart Travel Column: Costa Rica explores why…
Explore Antwerp, Belgium, and its railroad cathedral, Belgian beer, and historical records that trace many American immigrant stories a century ago.
Take a day trip to Trieste, Italy, for lunch and to see the city’s outdoor living room onto the Adriatic, an ancient Roman amphitheater, and famous Miramare Castle.
Descending into these awe-inspiring underground cathedrals. The Slovenia caves are said to be one of the world’s largest cavern systems.
Florida’s Everglades run about 400 miles, with a unique ecosystem combining huge wetlands, sawgrass marshes, freshwater sloughs, mangrove swamps, pine rocklands and hardwood hammocks.