Sometimes you just need to talk to a live person at your airline, especially during winter storm season. But that doesn't mean you have to wait on hold.
Dictionary.com named “xenophobia” its 2016 Word of the Year, but I’m a strong believer in the enlightenment that comes from traveling to foreign countries.
WendyPerrin.com's list of where to travel in 2017 includes destinations that might not be on your vacation radar, but should be.
Flights to Europe are at a remarkable low and cheap flights and airfare deals are popping up left and right.
Based on our readers' travel preferences, here are the top ten most popular destinations for 2017.
Moscow is winter's best travel secret—and this is why. (Plus, we've got a special offer for WendyPerrin.com readers!)
For Canada’s 150th birthday year in 2017, all national parks are free. Here are eight you need to see for yourself.
This election reinforced how important it is to go to new places, connect with different people, and find common ground.
Come June, you will thank us for this easy travel planning tip.
Six key strategies that will help you avoid the crowds out west, whether you're visiting national parks, a guest ranch, or going on a road trip.
The window between Thanksgiving and Christmas is one of the smartest times of the year you could possibly travel. Here's why.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit central Italy early today, centered about 65 miles northeast of Rome, in the town of Amatrice.
Everyone loves presents, so here’s one for all you urban explorers out there.
We scrutinized the batch of 2017 cruise itineraries on offer in order to recommend the best.
For Town&Country's 170th anniversary, the magazine and WendyPerrin.com have teamed up to bring you another travel fantasy.
The first reader to earn a WOW Moment through Wendy's reward program reviews the experience.
Here are 12 markets where you can see, touch, and smell the ingredients necessary for life in that corner of the world.
A reader wants to find just the right Tuscan villa for a family reunion.
Just back from a family trip to London, Wendy’s teenage son Charlie lists the experiences he enjoyed the most, plus those he feels are overrated.
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