Saving up funds for a big trip can be challenging, yet people who are serious about traveling are always pulling it off. Katie Hammel has collected 28 expert ideas, and even doing just a few of these will go a long way.
Forget Harry Potter’s Wizarding World. Joanne O’Sullivan discovers literary destinations that will leave kids with a longer lasting impression than they can get from a ride on a hippogriff roller coaster.
You may not find Travel Fiction listed under the Dewey Decimal system, but for Anne Supsic, the term describes good reads with endearing characters that will enrich your travels and transport you to foreign locales.
From a frozen-in-time apothecary to a surprisingly fascinating homage to flour, Sara Gates recommends a selection of 15 smaller, quirkier American alternatives to the traditional museum-going experience.
We've all heard of the occasional apartment building being turned into a hotel, but what about churches, palaces and libraries? From prisons to pieces of old airplanes, Isabel Eva Bohrer shares seven accommodations with a crazy history.
Physically explore the geography behind the some of the greatest works in Western Literature – places that inspired the authors, places they lived and wrote, or, in some cases, places they brought into being through their literature.
Whether you are a bookworm or not, libraries are often distinguished architectural landmarks that can provide deeper insights not only into a country’s literature, but also its culture and history as a whole. Isabel Eva Bohrer explores 10 libraries worth visiting on your travels.