A big thank-you to all of you who have sent me your travel questions. When a question has an answer that I know will interest a lot of you, I turn it into an article. Browse through these so we can all learn from one another—and if you’ve got a question you don’t see answered below, click over to Ask Wendy.
Costa Rica is a popular destination for families, packed as it is with outdoor adventures that work for a variety of ages.
Edinburgh has five Michelin stars, thanks to innovative Scottish chefs and farm-to-table ingredients. Here are the city's can't-miss restaurants and pubs.
When your cruise ship stops in Israel, here's how to use your limited time wisely and get the best itinerary and tour guide for your dollar.
It's the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, and there's a lot of interest in European itineraries that encompass the Normandy landing beaches and other WWII sites.
These New York City hotels are well-located for sightseeing, convenient to public transportation, and budget-friendly.
Where the locals (and foodies) eat in Nice and Monte Carlo
A satellite phone can be a lifesaver in remote regions or in emergency or disaster situations where cellular networks crash or become overloaded.
In Southeast Asia your travel dollar stretches far. Experience exotic luxury on a budget by choosing the right hotels in the right locations.
Where to stay in London for an easy overnight—and how to avoid the city's lines and crowds.
For some day trips from Florence—say, to Lucca and Pisa—you can take the train. For others—say, the hill towns of Chianti—you may want a private driver.
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