Wendy’s best tips, solutions, and ideas for family vacations—plus invaluable advice on travel logistics when you’ve got kids in tow.
The Shakespeare400 festival will take place all over England this year. Our handy toolkit will help you find the best things to do and plan your trip.
Just because you have small kids doesn’t mean you have to stick to all-inclusive resorts. Here's the essential advice you need to plan a family adventure.
When it comes to family-friendly destinations, Italy is near the top of the list. But not every part of Italy is perfect for every age.
Royal Caribbean’s Labadee Flight Line is the world’s longest zip-line over water. And I did it. Watch the video.
12 things any hotel needs to do in order to be truly kid friendly and family friendly.
We spoke with Mary Vaira, our Trusted Travel Expert for Spain Villa Vacations, to find out her favorite spots for every winter holiday.
There’s no better way to experience the holidays in London than by renting the right apartment.
How does a holiday in an Italian villa sound? Like a dream, if you ask us. Here's how to make it a reality.
Don't wait until summer to take your European vacation. Think French villa rentals and think now.
Disney's new ticket pricing strategies could change your vacation plans. Here's what you need to know.
You might not think of Florence as a kid-friendly city, but you just have to know how to do it right.
Wendy hand-picks the coolest American road trips, so that no matter where you are in the country, it’ll be easy for you to get in the car and drive.
Whistler's Via Ferrata is one of the mountain’s best-kept secrets; very few locals have heard of it. So, of course, Wendy was willing to try it.
Like adventure? How about being lowered the equivalent of 40 floors—in a window washer’s scaffold—into a volcano in Iceland?
I’ve been in British Columbia this past week, being dragged along on every adventure-sport activity you can imagine. Here’s a look at those fun experiences.
Last night my husband bundled me and the kids off to the airport for a surprise trip. Can you figure it out where we went?
If there’s one person in your family who knows how to manage your time at a theme park, it’s your kid. Heed this advice from a well-traveled 13-year-old.
There’s the fantasy of a family vacation, and then there’s the reality. I’m going to share a few strategies that have worked for my own family.
Whether you’re taking a summer vacation across America or enjoying a staycation in your hometown, bookmark this list of free things to do from New York City to Los Angeles.
On every third trip you plan through a Trusted Travel Expert, Wendy will personally add a WOW Moment to your itinerary—custom-designed for you, and totally free!