PyeongChang and Gangneung, South Korea

In the decades since the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea’s popularity as a family destination increased thanks to a prolific assortment of museums, trendy neighborhoods, parks, restaurants and markets that offer something for every conceivable age group and interest. During that time, South Korea made several bids to bring the Olympics and […]

Quebec’s Charms Rival Justin Trudeau’s

Much has been made of Canada’s 150th birthday this year. Time may be running out to seek out a visit in 2017, but just a quick weekend to Quebec offers a trip back in time —and yes, a taste of that amazing indulgence kids love known as poutine, French fries covered in gravy and cheese […]

Explore the Stunning Landscapes of Southwest Ireland

By Donna Tabbert Long A critical scene from Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes viewers to a mystical and magnificent mountaintop far, far away that rises from a sparkling, dark blue sea. It turns out the location wasn’t in a beautiful remote galaxy. It was on Skellig Michael, an island approximately eight miles off the […]

When in Friuli

By Michelle Lyn Beyond the gilded luster of Venice lies a melting pot of culture and gastronomy ripe for discovery. Friuli-Venezia Giulia — Italy’s most northeastern region, which shares a border with Austria and Slovenia — is a gastronomic gem that produces much of the country’s highly sought-after wine, cheese and prosciutto. A mere 90 […]

Ghost Towns in Greenland

The vast open landscape of Greenland offers everything from Arctic deep-sea fishing and scenic hiking to incredible cruises along the famously gorgeous fjords — perfect for the outdoorsy family. The country’s traditional culture and quaint lifestyle is an untouched gem and a prime destination for tourists looking to get away, get some culture and bask […]

Take the Family to Boston

Even when fall brings a chill in the air, families get a warm welcome in Boston, a city that knows how to mix education and fun. One of the country’s oldest and most historic capitals, Beantown — so-called because of locals’ long-held fondness for beans slow baked in molasses — is steeped in history, scenic […]