Spain’s Mallorca in the shadows of ‘The Night Manager’

Spain’s Mallorca in the shadows of ‘The Night Manager’

It’s difficult to discuss Mallorca without calling in breathtaking vistas and cliff top castle keeps that played front and center in the 2016 BBC series of the John Le Carré thriller, “The Night Manager.” The largest island of the Belearic archipelago off the southeast coast of Spain, Mallorca has long been a holiday haven for […]

How to book cruise excursions for less

How to book cruise excursions for less

From Travel Pulse While cruising has long been known as an affordable vacation option for families, it’s often the cruising “extras” that get you. Your cruise fare may include your room and three meals a day, for example, but that doesn’t mean it includes alcohol or dining at specialty restaurants. Worse, cruising might get you to several ports […]

Must-see destinations for 2018

Must-see destinations for 2018

From Travel Pulse National Geographic Traveler magazine has revealed its best-of list for where to go in 2018, including the 21 must-see destinations of the year divided into three categories. “The number-one question we get from our 9.6 million readers is, ‘Where should I go next?’ Our Best of the World list responds to that […]

New York City’s most festive hotel specials

New York City’s most festive hotel specials

From Travel Pulse It’s the most wonderful time of the year and few places are as magical as New York City during the holidays. From the ice skating rink and Christmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center, to the dazzling store displays on Fifth Avenue, to the countless pop-up holiday markets throughout the city, there is an endless […]

America’s hottest holiday attractions

America’s hottest holiday attractions

From Travel Pulse Arizona may be home to the hottest attraction in the U.S. this holiday season but Nashville, Tennessee is overflowing with trendy points of interest. According to TripAdvisor’s latest Seasonal Attractions Trend Index, the beloved Grand Canyon South Rim is once again the top trending U.S. attraction, boasting a 45 percent year-over-year increase in traffic based on […]

Amtrak is rolling along right now

Amtrak is rolling along right now

From Travel Pulse As Amtrak officials prepare for a busy Thanksgiving holiday travel rush, the company recently posted record ridership, revenue and earnings for the last fiscal year. In the 2017 fiscal year, Amtrak boasted 31.7 million passenger trips, an increase of 1.5 percent from the previous year. The rail company also revealed it generated $3.2 billion in total […]

How not to get bumped during the holidays

How not to get bumped during the holidays

From Travel Pulse This holiday season is certainly shaping up to be a busy one. Though the best times to buy a flight is toward the end of August, planning began ramping up in early September. With plane seats selling at a premium for holiday travelers, seats are the one thing that passengers are least likely to want to give […]

Richmond, Virginia, shows history from colonial times through Civil War to contemporary foodie city

Richmond, Virginia, shows history from colonial times through Civil War to contemporary foodie city

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Richmond, Virginia, but 90 miles from Washington, D.C., was once the capital of the nascent Confederacy. From this city on the James River, perhaps it isn’t difficult to imagine Jefferson Davis – the one and only leader of the Confederate States of America – glaring through a spyglass across the Virginia miles up north […]

Stylish La Jolla in Southern California

Stylish La Jolla in Southern California

Travelers heading to Southern California can build a little offbeat style into their stay by hubbing in La Jolla, an easy 20 minutes north of downtown San Diego. The city of about 50,000 has the sunshine and surf and exquisite seaside village appeal and has maintained its luster through a century of changes along the […]

Ski Norway without ever leaving the house

Ski Norway without ever leaving the house

From Travel Pulse There are scores of reasons to take a ski trip to Norway. For starters, there are the cozy villages, splendid slopes and the lively apres ski scene—All of which are made infinitely better by the fact you might just spot the Northern Lights dancing overhead at night. But what if you can’t make the trip […]