Checked baggage fees, lost luggage, and long waits at the luggage carousel are just a few reasons it pays to pack light. Whether you’re going on a three-day business trip or preparing for a two-month adventure, here are some guidelines for maximizing suitcase space, minimizing your load and cutting down on wrinkles.
Some cruises don’t require a passport to travel. But should you have one anyway?
When an emergency happens while traveling, so people know where you are?
Why would you use a travel agent when you can book it yourself online?
Do you know what to pack for your cruise? Here are some tips to help make sure you don’t forget anything.
What should you ask in your first meeting with a travel agent, and what should they ask you?
Is your drivers license RealID complaint? If not, you will not be able to fly (even domestically) after October 1, 2020
Is your credit card’s travel protection enough? Maybe, but it pays to look at carrying travel insurance for those unexpected and uncovered events.
Follow these steps at home and abroad for finding and replacing a lost or stolen passport. Look Again Though your first instinct may be to call the authorities, have someone else sift through your belongings with fresh eyes, advises Brenda Sprague, deputy assistant secretary for passport services for the U.S. Department of State. “Once it’s […]