Category Archives Holiday Travel

Santa on a Chair with a Tissue Over Nose

The holiday season is the time when people are most frequently sick and most frequently traveling. Talk about a bad combination. If you’re planning on doing some holiday traveling this year, you should actively be working to maintain your health. There’s nothing worse than showing up to your family’s home for the holidays with a cold or, even worse, the…

Christmas Market in Germany

Have you heard of Chriskindlmarkt? These popular, outdoor Christmas markets can be found in most German cities in the weeks leading up to the holidays, and they’re the perfect way to get into the spirit of the season with your family. You’ll find yourself immersed in festivities awash in lights, great food and beverages, and good cheer. These traditions have…

You might have heard that Budapest is actually two cities—Buda and Pest. But did you know there is a third city? The third section of Budapest, Obuda, is wedged right in between the northern parts of Buda and Pest. Confused yet? Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe, and you can tackle most of it in…

A vacation is the perfect time to get away from the complexities of your everyday life, push yourself outside your comfort zone, and gain a new perspective on the world. Choosing where to go is important, but equally important is deciding where to stay once you’re there. Hotels, hostels, and houses are typical the world over and can provide a…

Bay in Vancouver

Few cities can compare to Vancouver on a beautiful sunny day, with its gleaming skyscrapers framed by rugged mountains and sparkling sea. As if the surrounding natural beauty weren’t already enough to merit a visit, the city is diverse and cosmopolitan, with a thriving food scene, stylish boutiques, chic hotels, and a robust arts community. Vancouver has something for everyone,…

Sicily Piazza del Duomo Catania

When people romanticize a vacation in Italy, they tend to picture one of a few scenes: navigating the canals of Venice in a gondola, exploring ancient ruins in Rome, walking among vineyards in Tuscany, or perhaps even shopping in Milan. Often overlooked, but no less captivating, is Sicily. While it is relatively easy and inexpensive to navigate the island by…

How to Survive Holiday Travel Stress

The holiday season is characterized by parties, shopping, gift wrapping and family gatherings. You can also argue that this season is also notorious for waiting in line, spending, traffic and crowds. This is especially true when it comes to traveling during the holidays. Thanksgiving especially is when the traffic and crowds associated with travel hit an all-time high, with people…

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