Browse the best in family travel news—hot off the press and favorites from the archives to keep you inspired and on the go!
- What It’s Like to Tour Venice’s 14th-Century Quarantine Islandby Julia Buckley
“Shoot,” says Marco Paladini, our guide, to a woman holding a temperature gauge, as we file through the thick-walled entry of the Lazzaretto Nuovo. “Go on, shoot.” She lifts the device to the first in line’s forehead, and presses the trigger.
- Where to find the best novelty architecture in the U.S.by Roadtrippers
Novelty architecture—whimsical buildings shaped like what they sell—is not as common as it once was, but there are still some incredible surviving examples if you know where to look.
- 9 Graduation Trip Ideas for Every Budgetby Megan Spurrell
A graduation vacation is about more than knocking back drinks in a foreign land. Such adventures can also offer moments of reflection on what lies ahead. Choosing how to spend this milestone trip isn’t easy, either.
- Savannah’s New Cultural Hub Is Transforming the City’s Riverfrontby Barbara Skidmore
Savannah has been long known for its hanging Spanish moss and historic, charming squares, but for many years, there was another natural draw to the city that felt, well, under-used: its prime riverfront real estate.
- The Incredibly True Story of Renting a Friend in Tokyoby Chris Colin
When you’re alone in Tokyo and you need someone to talk to, do as the locals do: Rent a friend.
- America’s Most Scenic Road Tripsby Sarah Rose
These are 23 of the best road trips in the U.S.A. Editor’s Note: Those who choose to travel are strongly encouraged to check local government restrictions, rules, and safety measures related to COVID-19 and take personal comfort levels and health conditions into consideration before departure.
- Plan For Your Great National Park Tripby Dustin Jones
With the COVID-19 pandemic apparently coming to a close, many Americans are preparing for a no-holds-barred summer filled with many activities that the coronavirus has outlawed for more than a year. Here are some tips from the National Park Service to help visitors make the most their trip.