Known for its Gilded Age mansions and well-heeled guests, Newport, Rhode Island, is a draw for those interested in architecture, illustration, autos and tennis.
You could easily spend your entire time in Paris in the Marais. The area between the Third and Fourth Arrondissements is full of cafes, museums and shops.
This daylong itinerary takes in Brooklyn, the hippest borough of New York City. Enjoy eating, shopping and museum-hopping and see what all the hype is about.
Amsterdam may not seem like an obvious choice for a family vacation, but this daylong itinerary proves it's perfect for a child-friendly getaway.
Shopping, history and award-winning restaurants -- get the most out of Georgetown, the oldest neighborhood in Washington, D.C., with this daylong itinerary.
For a perfect summer day in Missoula, Montana, follow this daylong itinerary. Begin at the Resort at Paws Up, and enjoy art galleries, craft breweries and more.
Despite being less than an hour from Barcelona and Costa Brava, Girona is missing only one thing that those places have in abundance: crowds.
Described as Portugal's "chicest beach retreat," Comporta is a sophisticated escape near Lisbon. Here's how to spend a perfect day there.
A perfect day in Martha's Vineyard includes exploring down-island, with its charming towns, and up-island, with its ocean views and rugged cliffs.
San Antonio, Texas, celebrates its tricentennial anniversary this year. Here is the perfect way to spend the day enjoying all the city has to offer.
Plan a trip to the Berkshires this summer to enjoy Lenox, a culturally rich Massachusetts town which strikes a balance between laidback and luxurious.
With cobblestoned streets, colonial architecture and strong cultural scene -- plus new places to eat and shop -- San Miguel de Allende is a haven for travelers.
Despite past problems, Detroit is making a comeback. This daylong itinerary focuses on the art, architecture, food and festivals that are fueling a resurgence.
This daylong itinerary lets you can escape the throngs of tourists in Madrid: Just head north to culturally thriving neighborhoods like Chamberí and Salamanca.
Most visitors to New Orleans stay in the French Quarter and never leave. Instead, this daylong itinerary explores beautiful Uptown on the St. Charles streetcar.