Over the next month, France is hosting the eighth ever FIFA Women’s World Cup. This international football championship will bring out more than a million ticket holders to 52 matches in nine cities across the country. While France is already a bucket-list destination year round, the next four weeks promise a special experience for ... Read More ›
Young Americans have long been wary of credit cards. After the Great Recession and record-high student loan debt, credit card enrollment and usage took a dive as Millennials tried to minimize their financial risk. A 2016 Bankrate survey found that only a third of those born between 1980 and 2000 said they had ... Read More ›
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently advocated a blended approach over the delineation of work-life balance, but today’s business travelers are already one step ahead.
“Bleisure” has long been on the rise. This international trend (also termed “workcations”) blurs the line between business and leisure travel. Over the last decade, more and more people are extending ... Read More ›
More and more travelers today are choosing to go it alone, and women are leading the trend.
According to YouGov, 66% of Americans either have or would consider traveling solo, and for a variety of reasons. The freedom to choose your own schedule, meet new people, and relax undisturbed are attracting vacationers of all ages, ... Read More ›
Since 1914, the second Sunday of May has been a national holiday to appreciate and honor motherhood. Millions of families in the United States celebrate with gifts, special meals, and acts of service for the maternal figures in their lives. It’s reportedly the busiest day of the year for restaurants, as well as for ... Read More ›
Just how long have passports been around? Why do we need them? How many people have them?
The questions are endless and the background behind U.S. passports is pretty comprehensive. That’s why we created this infographic to give you a little history lesson. There’s more to that little blue book than you know! Explore below.Read More ›
Americans can soon add Brazil to their list of possible last-minute travel destinations!
Beginning June 17, South America’s largest country will allow visa-free entry for citizens of the U.S., Canada, Japan, and Australia. Tourists from these select four countries will be able to stay 90 days at a time, during which you can freely leave and ... Read More ›
If the idea of sunbathing on a crowded beach or standing in line at the Eiffel Tower doesn’t excite you, then it’s time to look off the beaten path. The world is teeming with exhilarating and exotic experiences that stretch beyond the top tourist attractions. From unspoiled mountainscapes to secluded tropical islands, venturing off the ... Read More ›
Europe-bound travelers will soon need to add an extra form to their pre-travel plans. Beginning January 1, 2021, Americans must obtain authorization before entering a majority of the European Union. While not technically a visa, the paperwork will make last-minute trips to the world’s most frequently visited region slightly more complicated.