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Summer vacation can be a lot of fun, but not so fun for your dog if you don't think about its care long before you leave.
How to keep your cash and credit cards out of the hands of thieves, wherever you're traveling. It starts with some phone calls. Really.
The price for gas is forecast to fall 32% from a year ago to $2.45 a gallon from April to September, the period when Americans do most of their driving.
Disney makes it easier to book repeat cruises, pleasing all those who adore the family entertainment giant and the company's bottom line.
Big online travel agencies are losing customers to sweeter deals offered by hotels and airlines. Car rentals are a different story.
New York to London for $15? That could soon be a reality, at least if Monday's news concerning Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is to be believed.
Hotel prices are highest in California, Florida and Hawaii, according to a new hotel price index. The cheapest are in Georgia and Alabama.
Timeshares are alluring, yes, but beware: There is much more to these property transactions than meets the eye.
A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom may soon burst through a $100 threshold like fireworks exploding over Cinderella Castle.
Road warriors share their six favorite questions to get the best accommodations possible -- and asking to see the room is not one of them.
Build the trip you want, rather than the one the airlines want to sell you. It just takes a little creativity to use your air miles.
Only lazy people eat at boring hotel restaurants. For better meals, lower prices and richer cultural experiences, you must dine elsewhere.
With lower gasoline prices and a stronger U.S. dollar, you'll have two big economic trends going your way as you plan your 2015 vacation.
If your holiday traditions have become too ho-hum, and you're looking to indulge on something unusual, why not try one of these five decadent ideas?
A airfare price war is expected to break out in Dallas, now that the lapse of an old law means Southwest can fly to many more destinations nonstop.
Thanksgiving airfare really didn't rise until 10 days before the holiday in 2013, a travel site found. And it appears that pattern will hold this year, too.