Spain From US Cities In The 300s USD Roundtrip

Fly from the Eastern US to Madrid or Barcelona Spain in September and October. Madrid. Credit: Pixabay user falco September and October are ideal times to visit Spain. The weather is still pleasantly warm and the crowds are much smaller. Our $277 USD sample fare from Newark to Madrid is for

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The Most Scenic Place To Retire Is Also One Of The Most Affordable

Retiring in an exotic city overseas doesn’t have to be a pipe dream. By Andrea Romano  https://vimeo.com/331004347 According to Time, many people opt to live in places outside the U.S. to stretch their retirement funds. “In the right spots abroad, expats find not only that their dollars stretch, but that they can enjoy a

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5 Places to Avoid This Summer – And Where To Go Instead

Summer is everyone’s favorite season in which to travel. Nothing beats sunshine and warm temperatures as you discover your greatly-anticipated holiday destination. Putting a damper on all that discovery, however are the thousands of other people who have the same idea as you. We suggest saving those popular summer destinations for

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All Aboard For A Train Adventure In Retirement

Older travelers and retirees are hitting the rails and fueling demand for train vacations Getty Images By BETH BROPHY Sometimes it's about the journey and not the destination. That’s what Robert Martin, age 70, a retired nurse from Louisville, Ky., says about the 13-day, 3,000-mile train trek he took last year through southern

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For Multigenerational Travel, Think Outside the Mouse

Take your grandkids to one of these under-the-radar adventure destinations Credit: Adobe   An ever-growing number of active grandparents enjoy showing their grandkids the world because it creates memorable experiences for both generations. Multigenerational travel remains the top vacation trend, according to the 2019 Virtuoso Luxe Report, which surveyed more than 1,000 travel agents.

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In Mérida, Mexico, You Never Run Out Of New Discoveries.

Mérida is the Yucatán Peninsula’s cultural epicenter, a genteel mix of provincial and cosmopolitan with a friendly small-town feel, despite its 777,000 residents. By Margo Pfeiff As a woman traveling alone, I hadn’t expected to feel as comfortable as I explored the city day and night on my late November trip. You’ll find excellent

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Tips For Traveling Cheaply In Any City.

Staying comfortable and staying connected away from home can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Credit Lars Leetaru   By Geoffrey Morrison I’ve spent most of the last five years traveling across dozens of countries. The question I hear most, by far, is “how can you afford that?” No one believes it’s possible to travel

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Vegan Luxury Vacations Are The Hot New Travel Trend.

These hotels and hospitality companies are offering 100% animal-free products and experiences. The travel industry has gone vegan. The five-star Hilton London Bankside hotel has a posh new vegan suite created entirely without animal products. Think cotton carpets and fabrics, plant-based toiletries, pillows made sans animal feathers and the ability to summon

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Puerto Vallarta Travel Tips From An Insider.

Puerto Vallarta did not disappoint. If you're thinking about a visit, enjoy this guest article from Forbes Magazine. Casa Velas Puerto Vallarta VELAS RESORTS By Jennifer Kester As the polar vortex barrels down and blasts parts of the U.S. with record-setting low temperatures, it’s time to escape to warmer climes. Consider heading south to Puerto

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7 Super-Comfortable, Go-To ‘Travel Uniforms’ We Swear By For Planes And Trains.

When you travel these days, being uncomfortable is the last thing you want. This article from Business Insider has some excellent choices to help make your travel day a little easier. Yutong Yuan/Business Insider by Connie Chen The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get

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