Travel Inspiration

Discover travel inspiration for your next trip.

Go big, get back to nature, and save room for dessert in North America’s largest, northernmost capital city.
In New Orleans, pop-up is a place, a verb—and a lifestyle.
The biggest mistake a traveler can make? Attempting to tackle Croatia’s oldest—and largest—park too quickly. Here’s what to know before you go.
Everything you need to know to fully experience the natural wonder, whether you’re there for a weeklong stay or a sunset.
Nothing solves a bad case of cabin fever like a national park, and Canada is in good supply.
I mean, if you want to . . . or you could stay home and do chores, go to the grocery store.
Brimming with charming boutiques, architecture, and more, the historic Georgetown area is a visual treat for every type of traveler.
The annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is among the world’s largest ballooning events. Here’s what to know to best experience the autumn spectacle.
Bargains still exist in this pricey city. You only need to know where to go—just consult our Sunday Funday itinerary.
Rent one of these cabins in California located everywhere from the mountains of Big Bear to the coastal cliffs of Big Sur.
From a fifth-generation distillery to master leather makers, these craftspeople are at the heart of Sheridan’s heritage—and they’re sure to inspire you.
How to sniff, taste, and intuit your way to better, more memorable travel experiences.
With fewer crowds, more comfortable temperatures, and new events, fall is a great time to discover some of America’s cities. Here are eight places we love this time of year.
Rena Priest, poet laureate for Washington, shares her perspective on her home state—and her poetry.
Long dominated by men, the spirits industry—from Mexico to Scotland, Jamaica to Kentucky—has been upended by these four women.
Head here for dynamic history, beautiful scenery—and plenty of crabs.
The capital of the Lone Star State knows how to have a good time.
Calling all Disney theme park fans— this is the only Disney cruise ship with an actual ride on it.
Find out how one of the borough’s leading voices today, Ghetto Gastro’s Jon Gray, uses food to connect his community to the world.
Ghetto Gastro co-founder Jon Gray shows us his favorite Black-owned outposts in his home borough, the Bronx.
In our fourth episode of “Unpacked by AFAR,” we define and demystify what “regenerative travel” is and explore how travelers can integrate sustainability into their journeys beyond carbon offsets.