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Toronto, Canada, San Cosme sandwich
San Cosme

Having arrived in the past five years as one of North America’s top culinary destinations, Toronto surprises with inspired takes on nearly every cuisine. Luckily for the smart traveler, the best bites in the city are most often the best deals (especially when 1 Canadian Dollar equals 0.78 US... Read More

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Norwegian Cruise Line, Norwegian Epic, Mediterranean

While the Caribbean has taken a hard hit this hurricane season, there are still other great locations to consider if you want to take a cruise vacation. Here, top deals we’re seeing now, with itineraries that are comfortably removed from hurricane waters: 7-night Canada/New England on Norwegian Dawn Why It’s Great:... Read More

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Tortola, The Caribbean, Norwegian Escape, cruise ship
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Shopping for cruises in shoulder season has its perks — especially when it comes to snapping up low fares. Case in point: these six awesome cruise deals are some of the best value vacations we’ve seen all week, spanning the globe from Alaska to the Caribbean and everywhere in... Read More

MSC Divina/MSC Cruises
MSC Divina/MSC Cruises

A great vacation doesn’t have to cost a fortune. In fact, you don’t have to spend over $500 on these cruises, which will take you to the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and lots of dreamy places in between. Bonus: some are on new ships! Here, five cruise deals under $500 to... Read More

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Amtrak Coast Starlight
Amtrak Coast Starlight/Flickr/Bruce Fingerhood

Even though flying is the main mode of transportation for many travelers, the U.S. still holds onto the romanticism and sense of adventure that is often associated with rail travel. Several historic railroad services still operate daily trains that connect North America — some even enticing passengers with unique vacation packages.... Read More

 Fortymile River, Yukon Territory/flickr/Bureau of Land Management
Fortymile River, Yukon Territory/flickr/Bureau of Land Management

The Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 may have taken place more than a century ago, but history buffs can still relive it in Alaska and Canada’s Yukon Territory. There, sights, museums, and tours like John Hall’s Alaska Klondike Gold Rush Tour and those by Klondike Tours allow you to get into the Gold Rush spirit... Read More

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Sugar Shack in Quebec/iStock
Sugar Shack in Quebec/iStock

No offense to the chocolate lovers in Hershey, Pennsylvania, but Québec might really be the sweetest place on Earth. The Canadian province produces about 75 percent of the world’s maple syrup and maintains an emergency reserve (for surprise pancake surpluses?) of about 46 million pounds. The value of the ooey-gooey... Read More

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Niagara Falls aerial/Hillary Richard
Niagara Falls aerial/Hillary Richard

Niagara County, which straddles the U.S. and Canada, is best known for one of the world’s most famous and most recognizable natural wonders. But while Niagara Falls has delighted visitors for decades — earning it the title of “honeymoon capital of the world” — there’s plenty to see beyond the falls... Read More

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EMP Museum in Seattle, Washington
Facebook/EMP Museum

At the heart of it, “Star Trek” shares a lot with the traveler’s ethos: excitement over new adventures, a respect for diversity and culture, and an enthusiasm for all that reminds us of our humanity. For a Trekkie, the special exhibits and experiences that are currently on offer in celebration... Read More

Quebec City/iStock
Quebec City/iStock

Sitting on the edge of the St. Lawrence River, Québec City exudes a certain vibe or, maybe more aptly, a certain joie de vivre. The provincial capital of Québec, Canada is a thoroughly modern city, but it also has the beautifully preserved romance of a centuries-old European town. From... Read More

 Casa Loma Toronto/Tourism Toronto
Casa Loma Toronto/Tourism Toronto

Canada is having a moment. Progressive Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is garnering international attention with his unabashed support of LGBT and women’s rights and his welcoming stance on immigration. And the country’s abundant natural parks, rich flavors, and cosmopolitan cities drew a record number of tourists last year: 14.03 million overnight visitors and 26 million on day trips... Read More

 Northport Back Range Lighthouse, Prince Edward Island/flickr/Dennis Jarvis
Northport Back Range Lighthouse, Prince Edward Island/flickr/Dennis Jarvis

Prince Edward Island is the crown jewel of Canada’s Maritime Provinces, thanks to pristine beaches, fresh local seafood, and charming 19th century architecture. Only slightly larger than the state of Delaware, the island is easy to navigate in a short period of time, which is good because there’s a lot to see.... Read More

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 Montreal/Christina Garofalo
Montreal/Christina Garofalo

Montréal is a must-visit — even if you only have a few hours to spare. With a history that dates back to 1642, Canada’s second largest city is vibrant and diverse; it’s filled with great food and proud locals willing to help you find your way around. From the best place to try its... Read More

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 The Americano Restaurant at the Hotel Vitale in San Francisco, CA
The Americano Restaurant at the Hotel Vitale in San Francisco, CA

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, it’s rare and exciting when a hotel offers breakfast that goes beyond wet scrambled eggs and mini pastries. These 10 hotel breakfasts will inspire you to get down to the dining room early or to splurge on room service. Archer Hotel, Austin, TX When the Archer Austin hotel opens in September, it will... Read More

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 El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires/flickr/Nico Kaiser
El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires/flickr/Nico Kaiser

With a travel warning and heightened terror alerts throughout Europe, some people find themselves concerned about jetting off to Paris or Berlin. Though opinions on the safety levels of these cities are hotly debated and constantly changing, if you are looking for alternatives to a European vacation — whether due to... Read More