For those residing in the DMV, autumn offers an excellent opportunity to embark on a leaf-peeping tour along the East Coast. From the vibrant northern landscapes of Manchester, New Hampshire, to the majestic southern peaks of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, the East Coast is a treasure trove of fall foliage destinations.
Norwegian Cruise Line has launched a fall and winter sailing schedule from the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore.
Tampa, often overlooked for its glitzier neighbors like Miami and Orlando, offers a budget-friendly vacation destination for those looking for a last-minute summer escape from the hustle and bustle of the DMV.
According to the “Summer Travel Survey & Trends 2023” report by The Vacationer, eighty-five percent of Americans plan to travel this summer. However, with increased travel comes an increased risk of thrombosis, a potentially life-threatening condition that can occur when blood clots form in the blood vessels.
Following a record number of tourists visiting Madison, WI, in 2022, American Airlines has added a new nonstop flight to make it easier for travelers from the DMV to visit.
Hawks Cay Resort, a AAA Four Diamond Award-winning getaway in the Florida Keys, is celebrating the 15th annual anniversary of its Heroes Salute program, honoring active and retired members of the military, fire and rescue, police, first responders and medical personnel with special programming, packages and discounts available August 1 through December 25.
As Memorial Day and the unofficial start of the summer travel season approaches, Atlantic City is marking 45 years since the first casino hotel outside of Nevada opened in the resort destination and welcoming visitors with exciting new and updated offerings.
Dating back to 1948, the Pennsylvania Maple Festival celebrates and showcases the Keystone State’s rich history of maple syrup production.
Special “Night Owl Fares” as low as $5 to $20 are now available on select Amtrak Northeast Corridor routes. This is a great option for travelers returning from concerts, plays, sporting events or those who prefer later or earlier departures.
Taste of Iceland, organized by Inspired by Iceland, which promotes Iceland and Icelandic products, returns to Washington, DC, from Wednesday, March 8 throught Saturday, March 11.