Young adults and students might feel slighted by the hand 2020 has dealt — they missed graduation ceremonies, celebratory trips and get togethers galore — but United Airlines hasn’t forgotten them: Travelers ages 18–22 can now enjoy exclusive discounts using the United app.
Travelers ages 18–22 can shop discounted fares via the United app for a limited time — bookings are available with this promotion until Dec. 31. Users simply access the app, sign into their MileagePlus account (or create one for free), choose a trip, select “Book” on the bottom navigation bar, select “Discounted travel ages 18–22” and the savings will be applied at check-out. Read more about the offer here.
Another aspect young adults and students will love is the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint when traveling with United. Sustainability is a major focus for the airline — last year, the airline offset carbon emissions of the first 25,000 travelers who used the flight discount. Read more about United’s conservation efforts here.
Fall is in the air! Leaves are changing color and the weather is starting to get cooler. Growing up in Pennsylvania, I get to experience all four seasons and fall is easily my favorite. There is just something about all the colors and activities that come along with the season, especially in Pennsylvania.
While urban wine country might sound like an oxymoron, it’s actually a reality at the stunning City Vineyard in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. The water-side venue is the perfect host for your next event — whatever that may be, from 20 to 200 guests and from cocktail party to plated dinner.
Most museums tend to be boring for children — they have to be quiet, they may not be interested in the exhibits and they can’t touch anything. At the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia, kids are encouraged to run around, play and have fun while learning. The beloved museum will safely reopen in 2021 for kids and families to run, play and touch exhibits as they used to, and now is a great time to plan a visit next year.
We’ve seen our fair share (and then some) of drama, trials and tribulations this year, so any reason to celebrate or plan a trip is an exciting opportunity. For the chocolate lovers and sweet aficionados in your crew, Zürich should be on your list this year or next — for many reasons, but specifically for the Lindt Home of Chocolate.
You could say Osaka is a shapeshifter among cities. Japan’s third-largest city, running at a somewhat slower pace than Tokyo, is a patchwork of big business districts, pretty residential areas and beautiful parks. By night, several of its neighborhoods take on an alluring theme park ambiance. The most obvious is Dōtonbori, an upscale retail oasis that, after sunset, becomes a neon-lit maze of restaurants, bars, comedy clubs, arcades, department stores and massive souvenir emporiums.